MFAX4.3

Hybrid Instruments Ltd.

Real-Time Analysis

System

 

High voltage

 

Input voltage

28 V to 40 V DC, 65 W

Channels

4

Dimensions

35 cm x 26 cm x 11 cm

High voltage max.

-2000 V DC

Mass

4.8 kg

Output voltage control

PC based graphical user interface

Temperature range

Operating: 00C to 500C

Regulation

0.001% for 0% to 100% load change

 

 

Stability

50 ppm/Hr, 200 ppm/8Hr

Digitiser

 

Temperature coef.

50 ppm/0C

Channel

4

Current limit

120% of max. output current, 2 mA

Full scale range

20 mVpp to 600 mVpp,

Protection

Short circuit and arc protected

 

user configurable VGA

 

 

Impedance

50 Ohm

Digital TTL output

 

Resolution

12-bit bipolar

Impedance

50 Ohm

Sampling rate

500 MSa/s

Current limit

20 mA

Acquisition window

148 ns

Switching time

<1 ns

ADC clock

Onboard PLL using internal oscillator

Idle state

3.8 V, high

Communication interface

Ethernet (<5 kpps), TTL (<3.3 Mpps),

Active state

0 V, low

 

serial (used for debugging)

Pulse width

50 ns

Onboard memory

32 Mbit EEPROM

Max. PSD throughput

<3.3 Mpps/channel

Input protection

Over limit diode protected

Input-to-output jitter

<6 ns

Quad Channel Mixed-Field Analyser

Model: MFAx4.3

 

This extremely versatile digital analyser offers a complete real-time Pulse Shape Discrimination (PSD) solution for scintillation detectors with Multi-Channel Analyser (MCA) Pulse Height Spectra (PHS) analysis. The analyser has applications in coincident and multiplicity counting, security and safeguards, mixed-field assay and imaging.

 

The system can function with or without a host PC via an Ethernet connection. The PC connection affords the use of the PC-based Graphical User Interface (GUI) where system configuration, auto-calibration and the ability to analyse PSD and PHS data can be performed. When functioning independently (i.e. without a host PC) separate digital TTL outputs are available for analysis using secondary diagnostic instrumentation such as a coincident counter. The neutron and gamma TTL outputs toggle according to the event type, have a high real-time throughput, and are time correlated with the incident event.

 

An auto-calibration feature provides a convenient means for response matching detectors by automatically fine tuning the dedicated HV supplies to align the PHS spectra obtained using a calibration source (typically Cs-137).

Features

  • 500 MSa/s sampling rate
  • 12-bit resolution
  • 3 Mpps PSD throughput
  • Time correlated TTL outputs
  • Built-in HV
  • Fully user configurable
  • Firmware upgradeable
  • PC-based GUI

 

Specification

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