• Compact standalone detector readout electronics.
• 4 channels, 12 bit, 250 MSPS pulse processor.
• 32K on-board MCA spectrum per channel.
• Waveform capture and Pulse Shape Analysis.
• Sub-nanosec Timing Resolution.
• Embedded Linux platform.
• Front and back panel digital I/O signals.
• Gbit Ethernet, local USB storage, web interface.
• Approx. 8x8x14cm, 1 kg, 18 W
• Low cost
• Scintillator, HPGe, Si detectors
• Real-time Pulse-Shape Discrimination
• Clover detectors
• Distributed Data Acquisition
• Homeland Security
• OEM systems
• Remote monitoring
Front/Rear Panel I/O
• 4 analog signal inputs. Impedance 50 Ω or 2 kΩ.
• 10 digital inputs / outputs for triggers or veto signals
• 5V power supply and control for active PMT bases
• Simple pulser for system check and diagnostics
• RJ45 Ethernet
• USB type A (for peripherals)
• USB type micro-B (for UART control from PC)
• Analog gain and digital gain adjustment
• Energy filter (0.048 - 63.4μs).
• Trigger filter and threshold
• Waveform length and delay
• Event acceptance: Hit pattern, external gating, coincidence window,
input delays Pulse Processing
• Signal digitized at 250 MSPS, 12 bit. (inquire for higher rate/precision,
or more channels)
• Energy filter operated at 125MHz.
• Real time pulse shape analysis (charge integration)
• Real time constant fraction timing
Zynq “System on Chip” Platform
• Dual-core ARM® Cortex™-A9 with Xilinx 7-series FPGA section
• Gigabit Ethernet, 1GB RAM, USB2.0, 16GB SD
• PMOD expansion port (for Wi-Fi, GPS, GPIO, I2C, SDI, LEDs)
• Linux based on Ubuntu 15
• Local file storage
• IEEE 1588 timing compatible
• Energy spectra (32K per channel).
• List mode data (energies, timestamps, and waveforms).
• Run statistics.