DIY Kit PMT PCB with Pulse Amplifier for Scintillation counter

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PMT Amplifier PCB for Spectrometry & Scintillation 


Miniature PCB of DIY Kit for Scintillation for Photomultiplier Tube. Works only with Compatible with Positive Polarity PMT wiring. PMT pulses shape on the output is compatible with digital counter. Optional output for Gamma Spectroscopy is availiable from TP1. The board has two potentiometers, one for changing exponential fall time of PMT pulse and second for fine adjusting of pulse threshold detect for scintillation counter. 


Technical Specifications:



  • Supports only Positive Polarity High Voltage PMT Wiring

  • Input DC voltage for amplifier: 5V

  • Default Output for Scintillation Counter

  • Adjustable Exponential Fall time for Spectroscopy

  • Adjustable Pulse Threshold for Scintillation Counter

  • Module diameter: ~45mm

  • Shipping Weight: 100gr

  • SKU: RH-M-PMT-AMP-2



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Details


The module is compatible with Positive Polarity High Voltage wiring of PMT tube. 

The board has everyhting you need for the initial processing of PMT signal. The first amplifier stage is rail-to-rail high bandwidth OP IC. The first TP1 output can be used for Gamma Spectroscopy. The second default output TP3 is intended for Scintillation Counter project and the signal form on second output is compatible with digital counters. 

PCB with PMT pulse amplifier

The module is recommended for bundle purchase with following HV module:

http://www.rhelectronics.net/store/positive-polarity-adjustable-high-voltage-module-for-pmt-photomultiplier-tube-700v-1100v.html 


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