DPP4553 - OEM Digital Pulse Processor Board for X-ray Spectroscopy
The DPP-4553 is a high-performance and low power OEM digital pulse processor board developed to be easily integrated in OEM systems. It integrates state-of-the-art performance in a very compact form factor, enabling high count rate application (up to OCR=1.8Mcsp @ICR=5Mcps) as well as low element detection down to Beryllium and Lithium.
- Availability: PCB board
- Physical Size: 10 cm x 5.8 cm
- Preamplifier compatibility: continuous mode or pulsed-reset
- Pulse filtering: fixed trapezoidal (minimum peaking time: 32 ns)
- Multi-channel: daisy chain connection for synchronous acquisition
- Special functionalities: Mapping Mode, List Mode, Gating mode
- X-ray fluorescence (XRF)
- In-line scanners
- Defect inspection or quality control
- Handheld instrumentation
DPP4553 Spectroscopic Performances
DPP4553 Technical Data
|Analog input range||3 V peak-to-peak|
|Analog Input Coupling||DC | AC|
|Digital Input||SW selectable as gating or trigger||CMOS-TTL compatible|
|Peaking time||fixed trapezoidal filtering||32ns - 16us (step of 32ns)|
|Flat-top||SW selectable in step of 32ns||32ns - 0.48us|
|Energy Range||Preamp gain=5mV/keV||0.050 keV - 40.00 keV|
|OCR vs. ICR||Peak Time = 32ns; Flat-top = 64ns||1.8Mcps @ICR 5Mcps|
|ICR linearity||Dead-time <70%||3%|
|FWHM stability||ICR = up to 1Mcps||±3eV @Mnkα|
|Peak position stability||ICR = up to 1Mcps||<5eV @Mnkα|
|Communication interface||USB 2.0, Ethernet TCP100BaseTX (Optional)|
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