The MCA-Base combines a multichannel analyzer with a high-voltage generator and divider forming a sealed compact unit that plugs onto the back of a photomultiplier.
This is a versatile device that will work with any scintillator and a large variety of photomultipliers. It is sealed and specified over a temperature range of -40°C to +60°C.
Open source software, modular firmware structure and plenty of resources in the embedded signal processing FPGA make the MCA-Base an ideal component to create unique instrumentation.
The eMorpho is a single-input multichannel analyser, designed to work with all scintillators.
This is a low-cost, low-power MCA to acquire energy spectra and accurate count rates. Beyond that, it employs real-time digital signal processing for advanced features such as list mode and on-the-fly pulse shape analysis.
It connects directly to the PMT anode, requiring no preamplifier, and is powered and controlled via USB. The device is specified over a temperature range of -40°C to +60°C.
The usbBase consists of a an eMorpho multi-channel analyser and an integrated high voltage generator and divider to power the photomultiplier (PMT).
It plugs directly onto the PMT and can be powered and controlled via USB. The high voltage divider can deliver 50 µA DC current and 10 mA pulse current to the PMT anode while maintaining excellent gain stability. The device is sealed and specified over a temperature range of -40°C to +60°C.
The qMorpho consists of 4 independent eMorpho MCA units combined on one compact PC-board
It offers all the abilities of the eMorpho plus the capability for coincidence spectroscopy and data acquisition
It can be operated via USB from Windows and Linux computers.
It is specified over a temperature range of -40°C to +60°C.