Redlen’s nuclear imaging module combines advanced CZT semiconductor detectors, a custom charge-collection ASIC and an industry-standard digital communications interface that provides best-in-class energy-resolution, detection efficiency, sensitivity and image resolution.
The imaging module provides 256-pixels within a 40 x 40 mm surface area and operates under room-temperature conditions without the need for complex and expensive cooling-system infrastructure.
|Revolutionary CZT-based imaging technology||Enables development of next-generation radiation detection & medical imaging solutions|
|Off-the-shelf radiation detection and imaging solution for x and gamma radiation||High-performance alternative to traditional scintillation-crystal solutions|
|Innovative design maintains pixel-pitch across arbitrary arrays of multiple modules.||Facilitates construction of 1-D and 2-D arrays for large image area applications|
|Intelligent imaging solution with on-board ASIC , FPGA & high-speed digital communication port||Direct digital interface simplifies integration into existing and new digital camera control systems|
|Energy resolution (typical): 6.5% with Co-57||High spectral energy resolution allows better discrimination of energy signatures for dual-isotope applications|
|256 pixels within a 4mm x 4mm area||High imaging resolution provides superior image definition and clarity|
|Industry-standard digital interface||Facilitates rapid integration into existing end-user equipment.|
|Room-temperature operation.||Allows reduced cooling-system infrastructure and associated expense.|
|Low-power consumption||Ideal for portable applications|
|High-speed operation and data throughput.||Innovative modular design ideal for a wide range of applications.|
NUCLEAR IMAGING MODULE EVALUATION SYSTEM
Redlen’s Module Evaluation System is a self-contained platform that enables design engineers to evaluate Redlen’s 40x40mm 256-pixel nuclear imaging module and to facilitate rapid integration of these modules into a customer’s nuclear imaging equipment and systems.
The Module Evaluation System includes;