Luxel provides 100nm Parlyene/ 100nm Aluminum standard filters that fits into Princeton Instrument’s PI-MTE X-ray imaging systems. With a 32mm x 32mm aperture, the filter offer high soft x-ray transmission and excellent visible light rejection. The vented filter is durable for normal vacuum system operation. Filters are currently installed and operating in these camera systems throughout the world.
PI’s smallest scientific high-sensitivity, thermoelectrically cooled PI-MTE camera systems are designed to operate inside a vacuum chamber to -50 0C temp without any interruptions and contain a special back-illuminated CCD without anti-reflection coating. The PI-MTE can directly detect ultra-low energy X-rays (< 30 eV) and deliver 16-bit dynamic range.
PI-MTE used in beamline system for performing static and time-resolved coherent diffraction imaging experiments. View the abstract from the Review of Scientific Instruments article.
Key Filter Features and Benefits
– In-vacuum operation
– Direct Soft X-ray Imaging (<30 eV to ~ 10 keV)
– Back-illuminated CCD without AR coating
– 2048 x 2048 pixel CCD camera with 27.6 x 27.6 mm image
– High-sensitivity, high-dynamic range
– Thermoelectric cooling
– USB interface