For decades, Princeton Instruments has led the way in the development and optimization of innovative camera systems designed to facilitate the most advanced x-ray imaging and x-ray spectroscopy applications. Hundreds of these reliable systems continue to prove their outstanding utility and value on a daily basis in a diverse range of scientific settings worldwide.
Princeton Instruments x-ray camera systems use scientific-grade, two-dimensional CCD detection arrays. Each state-of-the-art solution is engineered with our world-renowned, low-noise electronics to support multiple readout speeds and gain architectures. The faster speeds are useful for alignment, focusing, and rapid data acquisition; the slower speeds are perfect for more precise data collection. The multiple gains, meanwhile, deliver extremely low noise performance enabling high signal-to-noise ratios.
Our x-ray camera systems feature 16-bit digitization circuits and industry-standard computer interfaces to permit easy integration within experiment setups as well as within larger OEM systems.
X-ray open nose (XO) cameras designed for direct detection of deep UV and X-rays in the <30 eV to 20 keV range
PI's smallest, in-vacuum cameras for direct detection of soft X-rays in the energy range from <30 eV to ~20 KeV
Direct detection x-ray cameras with integrated Be window for 3keV to 20keV detection range.
Fiber-coupled cameras for 4 keV to >50 keV imaging with up to 2Kx2K pixel resolution
Thermoelectrically cooled Quad-RO cameras for indirect detection of X-ray imaging