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The alpha particle counting system Calph is a stand alone low level alpha counter used for Thermoluminescence dating application.
Calph is equipped with a two single-channel analysers with adjustable LLD values and a time coincidences unit which allow to discriminate decays of Th232 chain, rejecting fast coincidence pairs due to U238 chain.
Besides, it is equipped with an integrated High Voltage power supply for Photomultiplier.
Barpa is a low-noise fast-rise-time preamplifier especially designed for fast-timing applications such as photomultipliers, electron multipliers and other detectors employed in photon counting or ion counting.
When connected to the detector, the 50 ohm input resistance provides a load resistance for the detector output current pulse.
Thanks to its compact size and lightness, Barpa can be installed directly on the detector. Consequently, low-level signals, which would otherwise be susceptible to pickup of noise or interference, are boosted to a suitable level for cable connection to the main amplifier.
Personalized software for memorizing data inside any EEPROM memory with Microwire protocol of any dimension and organization.
Thanks to this program, any consumer, even if inexperienced, can easily insert in very intuitive way the data that he intends to memorize on EEPROM, without the aid of other software that first creates a binary file and then memorize it on the chip.
The software is available for any 32 bit Windows version.
PulseRecorder is a miniature data logger which senses pulse inputs or contact closures from external sources such as transducers or pulse initiators (gas, water and electric meters).
The PulseRecorder may act as a totalizer, continuously counting pulses or counting pulses over specifically defined intervals. Once activated the PulseRecorder senses and records the number of pulses that occur within adjacent "time bin" periods. The bin period is selectable from 1 ms to up 14 hours. At the end of each bin period, the total number of pulses is recorded. The device can store up to 500 readings ("time bin" periods).
The storage medium is non-volatile solid state memory, providing maximum data security even if the system is disconnected from power supply. The device can be started and stopped directly from any computer connected to the same etherrnet net and its small size allows it to fit almost anywhere. The PulseRecorder makes data retrieval quick and easy.