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  • High efficiency with  excellent gamma rejection
  • Compact and Simple to use
  • USB Powered and low power consumption
  • Optional, possible to integrate with additional software

The TN15 high sensitivity thermal neutron detector utilizes a state-of-the-art Silicon photomultiplier (SiPM) in a compact form. The TN15 surpasses the performance of a 100 mm long x diameter 13 mm 3He tube at 4 atmospheres. This highly compact device is completely self-contained, with a built-in preamplifier, shaping amplifier, pulse discrimination, and HV supply. The digitized neutron data is sent to a PC via the mini-USB which also powers the unit, so no external power supply is required. The TN15 comes with K-Spect, an entry-level Windows-based software, built for detailed sample and spectral analysis. K-Spect, which is available to download, is free of charge. It provides the spectrum acquisition, display, analysis, and storage functions.

The software can be upgraded to MultiSpect Analysis software that allows connection of multiple detectors to a PC, and has the ability to display multiple spectra; both live and saved, from previous measurements. In addition to providing the spectrum acquisition, display and storage functions, MultiSpect Analysis allows the export of data for further analysis as well as matching spectra to a pre-loaded library of over 400 radionuclides.

SW-001 – Windows/Linux driver hardware between the product and customer software

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Stefan Isaksson


Tekniset tiedot

Photo-sensors: SiPM array
Thermal Neutron Sensitivity >50%. Equivalent to 100mm x 13mm Ø 3He at 4 atmospheres
Maximum throughput: 10,000 cps 
Dimensions: 131mm x 33mm x 24mm
Weight: 110 gram
Temperature range: -10 to 40oC

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