28.2cm x 29.5 cm
100 micron2 pixels
8.4 million pixels
20 Hz frame rate
Shutter-less data acqusition
Complete dataset in 3 minutes (0.1 deg/frame)
System includes 2 fast PC's and 40 terabyte fileserver
Works with XDS, HKL2000, D*Trek analysis programs
A CMOS_8M detector is installed on the MBC beamline (4.2.2) at the Advanced Light Source in Berkeley. It operates in the shutter-less data acquisition mode. A complete crystal dataset takes just 3 minutes. The final data structures have higher resolution and are taken with less radiation damage than with conventional CCD systems.
Small 1.4 M pixel systems
RDI's small system has active area of 14.7 x 9.4 cm with 1.4 million pixels. It uses an 1 GB TCP/IP interface and has a maximum frame rate of 30 Hz. It's suitable for laboratory x-ray sources.
Research Detectors has been making large CMOS detectors for scientific applications for 5 years. We have the following publications from the 2013 Synchroton Radiation Instrumentation Conference in Gaithersburg, U.S.A. and the 2012 SRI Confernce in Lyon, France.