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  • HyPix-3000 2-D Hybrid Pixel Array Detector
Apr 2014
Rigaku Americas Corp.Request Info
TOKYO, April 3, 2014 — Rigaku Corporation’s HyPix-3000, a 2-D semiconductor detector, has a large active area of 3000 mm² and a small pixel size of 100 μm² to ensure high spatial resolution.

As a single-photon-counting x-ray detector with a high count rate of 106 counts per second/pixel, the device has a fast readout speed with no noise.

The HyPix-3000 is designed to meet the needs of home lab diffractionists and can switch between 2-D time delay integration, 1-D TDI, 2-D snapshot and 0-D modes with a single detector.


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1. A device designed to convert the energy of incident radiation into another form for the determination of the presence of the radiation. The device may function by electrical, photographic or visual means. 2. A device that provides an electric output that is a useful measure of the radiation that is incident on the device.
As a wavefront of light passes by an opaque edge or through an opening, secondary weaker wavefronts are generated, apparently originating at that edge. These secondary wavefronts will interfere with the primary wavefront as well as with each other to form various diffraction patterns.  
Contraction of "picture element." A small element of a scene, often the smallest resolvable area, in which an average brightness value is determined and used to represent that portion of the scene. Pixels are arranged in a rectangular array to form a complete image.
spatial resolution
In a vision system, the linear dimensions (X and Y) of the field of view, as measured in the image plane, divided by the number of pixels in the X and Y dimensions of the system's imaging array or image digitizer, expressed in mils or inches per pixel.
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