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  1. SALESTRAINING Rev. 2.1

  2. PRODUCTS Rev. 2.1

  3. Products Overview • Data Acquisition Systems • Charge Integrating • 2 to 8 Channel Expandable • 32 Channel • 64 Channel • 128+ Channel (Semi-Custom) • Photon Counting • 8 Channel • 32 Channel (Q3 Y2011) • Sensor Interface Products • PMT Boards • 16 Channel Linear • 16 Channel 2D (4 x 4) • 32 Channel Linear • 64 Channel 2D (8 x 8) • Semi-Custom • Silicon Photomultiplier Boards • Dual 16 Channel 2D (4 x 4) • Quad 16 Channel 2D (4 x 4) • APD Array Boards • 16 Channel Linear • 32 Channel 2D (4 x 8) • Individual Sensors • 32 Single Inputs Cables&Accessories • Options • High Voltage Bias Supplies • -100 V • -1000 V • -1500 V • Memory Upgrade • 500K Event Buffer • 1M Event Buffer • Multichannel Delay Module Rev. 2.1

  4. Charge Integrating DAQ Systems • IQSP418*: 16 Bit Dynamic Range IQSP518**: 14 Bit High Speed • IQSP480: 16 Bit Dynamic Range IQSP580: 14 Bit High Speed 2 to 8 Channel * Expandable with option XCH401 ** Expandable with option XCH501 PhotoniQ Charge IntegratingDAQ Systems 32 Channel • IQSP482: 16 Bit Dynamic Range IQSP582: 14 Bit High Speed 64 Channel 128 Channel IQSP584: 14 Bit High Speed Rev. 2.1

  5. Photon Counting DAQ Systems Photon CountingDAQ Systems 8 Channel 32 Channel • MCPC618: High Speed • MCPC680: High Speed Rev. 2.1

  6. PMT Sensor Interface Boards PMTSensor InterfaceBoards 32 Channel SIB016 Hamamatsu R5900U-L16 SIB232 Hamamatsu H7260 16 Channel 64 Channel SIB116 Hamamatsu H8711 SIB064 Hamamatsu H8500D SIB164 Hamamatsu H7546B SIB264 Burle XP85013 Rev. 2.1

  7. SiPM Sensor Interface Boards SiliconPhotomultiplierSensor InterfaceBoards Dual 4 x 4 Channel Quad 4 x 4Channel SIB2316 SensL SPMArray 2 SIB1256 SensL SPMArray 4 Rev. 2.1

  8. APD Array Sensor Interface Boards AvalanchePhotodiode ArraySensor InterfaceBoards 1 x 16 Channel 4 x 8 Channel SIB216 Pacific Silicon Sensor AD-LA-16-9 SIB332 Hamamatsu S8550 Rev. 2.1

  9. Individual Sensors Individual Sensor Inputs 32 Channel SDS232 Individual PMTs or SiPMs Rev. 2.1

  10. PhotoniQ Options Options for PhotoniQ Charge Integrating DAQ Systems Event Buffers Delay Modules MEM032: 500K Events MEM064: 1M Events High Voltage Bias Supplies MDM080: 8 Channels MDM320: 32 Channels MDM640: 64 Channels * Based on a 32 channel system * Available in 40 & 60 nsec versions HVPS001: -1000 V Bias Supply HVPS002: -1500 V Bias Supply HVPS701: -100 V Bias Supply Rev. 2.1

  11. Accessories Accessories for PhotoniQ DAQ Systems High Voltage Cables SMB Cables Sensor Interface Board(SIB) Cables SMB120 HVC090 SBC030: 30 cm SBC060: 60 cm SBC090: 90 cm Rev. 2.1

  12. PHOTONIQOPERATION Rev. 2.1

  13. PhotoniQCharge Integrating DAQ Systems • DAQ System Designed Specifically for PMT, SiPM, and APD Signals • Acquires Charge Pulse or Current Mode Signals • Simultaneous Parallel Charge Integrating / Digitizing Inputs • High Speed and High Resolution DAQ Systems • Simple Connection to Sensors and Sensor Interface Boards • Sensor Interface Boards Support Common PMTs, SiPMs, and APDs • Graphical User Interface on PC Used for System Control & Status • Acquired Data Logged to PC or Available through DLL Driver over USB Rev. 2.1

  14. Typical PMT, SiPM, and APD Signals Charge Pulse Mode These pulses typically coincide with the firing of an excitation source such as a laser in fluorescence detection systems, or the arrival of radioactive particles such as in a PET or gamma camera system. Current Mode The system acts like a multichannel picoammeter or electrometer by continually measuring the low level of light and sampling the result over time Rev. 2.1

  15. Signals Acquired Using Gated Integrator • Charge integration period is precisely timed relative to a trigger signal • Gate is used to selectively connect the sensor to the integrator during the desired time interval • Increases the dynamic range by keeping the amplifier from saturating • Improves the SNR by limiting the bandwidth in the signal path Rev. 2.1

  16. Highly Parallel System • Highly Parallel Architecture • Up to 64 Independent Inputs • Up to 64 ADCs • Easy to Use USB Output Rev. 2.1

  17. Acquisition Modes • Display Only • Data is displayed in real-time through the graphical user interface on the PC. • Display & Log • Similar to “Display Only” except that the data is also logged to a file on the PC • Particle • A high speed acquisition mode that indefinitely logs data to the PC. Typically used when capturing random particles such as fluorescence detection, PET, and gamma cameras. • Image • A high speed acquisition mode that logs data to the PC at high burst rates. Mainly used in scanned imaging system like confocal microscopy. Normally used with the event buffer option so that all pixels during an image scan are acquired. • Log File Viewer • A log file playback mode that allows the user to view a previously recorded log file on the graphical user interface display. • DLL • The included DLL library allows for direct high speed data transfer between the user’s software application and the PhotoniQ. Rev. 2.1

  18. High Speed High Resolution [1]Specification is the maximum number of events that can be captured at the maximum trigger rate with no loss of data. Events consist of all available channels. [2]The minimum time resolution between two consecutive events in particle mode. [3]Effectively equal to the USB transfer rate to the PC where an event (with overhead) includes all 8 channels for the IQSP418 / IQSP518, 32 channels for the IQSP480 / IQSP580, and 64 channels for the IQSP482 / IQSP582 in particlemode. Rev. 2.1

  19. Individual Sensor Connections • Sensor7 • Sensor6 • Sensor4 • Sensor8 • Sensor2 • Sensor1 • Sensor5 • Sensor3 • 2 to 8 Channel DAQs • Up to 8 BNC Cables • Up to 32 Sensors • SDS232 • 32 Channel DAQs • Up to 32 SMB Cables • SDC048 Cable Rev. 2.1

  20. Sensor Interface Board Connections Vertilon 16 / 32 Channel Sensor Interface Boards • SIB Cable • 32 Channel DAQs • HV Cable Vertilon 64 Channel Sensor Interface Boards • Two SIB Cables • 64 Channel DAQs • HV Cable Rev. 2.1

  21. Graphical User Interface(Linear Display) Real Time Trigger & Event Counters Linear Display of 64 Input Channels Control High Voltage Bias Supplies Configure Triggering & Integration Set Acquisition Mode Rev. 2.1

  22. Graphical User Interface(2D Display) Real Time Status Indicators 2D Display of 128 Input Channels Flexible Display Options Enable Addition Processing Functions Automatically Detects Sensor Interface Board Type Rev. 2.1

  23. Sensor Interface Board Configuration(SIB1256 for SensL SPMArray4 SiPM) Array Configuration 2 x 2 Arrangement Results in 64 Output Channels SIB1256 Configuration Dialog Box for SensL SPMArray4 SiPM Individually Trim Bias Voltage to Each Array Adjust On-Board Bias Voltage to the SiPM Arrays Adjust Trigger Threshold Configure On-Board Discriminator Rev. 2.1

  24. Sensor Interface Board Configuration(SIB064 for Hamamatsu H8500D PMT) SIB064 Configuration Dialog Box for Hamamatsu H8500 PMT Last Dynode Preamplifier Three Discriminator Types Configure On-Board Discriminators Adjust Trigger Threshold Rev. 2.1

  25. OPTICAL SENSORS Rev. 2.1

  26. Optical Sensors • The types that interface to the PhotoniQ data acquisition system convert light energy into electrical charge (coulombs). • Their gain represents the number of electrons generated for each incident photon on the sensor. Depending on the type of sensor, gain can range from unity for a simple photodiode to several million for PMTs and SiPMs. • A voltage bias is required. Bias voltages can range from tens of volts to thousands of volts. • Gain and voltage bias are the most important specifications when interfacing a sensor to a PhotoniQ DAQ. • There are other metrics associated with the sensor that may be important for the overall system design but are generally not significant when interfacing to a PhotoniQ DAQ. These specifications include the quantum efficiency, spectral response, active area, dark count, dark current, and crosstalk. Rev. 2.1

  27. Photomultiplier Tubes • Gain: > 1 x 106 • Bias Voltage: 0.5 KV and 2 KV • High Dynamic Range • Multianode Versions up to 256 Outputs • Physically Large Size Rev. 2.1

  28. Silicon Photomultipliers • Gain: > 1 x 106 • Bias Voltage: 20 V and 80 V • Low Dynamic Range • Multi-element Versions up to 16 Outputs • Solid State • Physically Small Size Rev. 2.1

  29. Avalanche Photodiodes • Gain: > 10 to 1000 (Linear Region) • Bias Voltage: 20 V and 400 V • Good Dynamic Range • Multi-element Arrays up to 64 Outputs • Solid State • Physically Small Size • Capable of Very High Gain when Operated in Geiger Mode Rev. 2.1

  30. Gain Calculations • The charge output (Q) in coulombs due to a single photon is the product of the charge of an electron (q) and the gain (G) of the sensor: Q = qG (q = 1.6 x 10-19 C) • For a typical PMT or SiPM with a gain of one million, Q equals 160 x 10-15 coulombs (160 fC). The RMS noise of a PhotoniQ DAQ is 30 fC for the high resolution versions and 100 fC for the high speed versions. The high gain makes PMTs and SiPMs very suitable for low level signals in applications such as fluorescence detection, PET, SPECT, gamma cameras, flow cytometry, light scattering, and radiation monitoring. • For an APD with a gain of 1000, the charge output from a single photon is 160 x 10-18 coulombs (0.16 fC). These devices are therefore more appropriate for applications with higher level signals. Rev. 2.1