The I400 is intended for the measurement of small charges or corresponding currents (from pA to µA) generated by devices such as ionization chambers, in-vacuum beam position monitors, proportional chambers, and photodiodes. Four input channels make the I400 particularly well-suited to four-quadrant electrode systems used for beam centering. The unit may be stand-alone or networked with other devices and integrated into a larger system.
See the I404 for an electrometer with unbiased inputs suitable for detectors at ground potential.
Measurement data is transmitted through state-of-the-art fiber-optic cables. The benefits are numerous compared to other forms of data transmission.
Configurable EPICS channel access server for G2 and G1 devices
Particle Therapy Control Console
Multi-Layer Faraday Collector for Particle Energy Measurement
Faraday Cup Beam Collector for Particle Therapy QA and Diagnostics
256 Strip QC Ion Chamber