I6400

64 + 1 Channel Charge Integrator


Features

  • 64 parallel integrator channels for strip or wire readout
  • Multirange I-V converter and gated integrator input for dose plane readout
  • External trigger input and trigger passthrough
  • Dose target, dose accumulation and beam control
  • Monitor pulse output
  • Integrated digitization and calibration using precision current sources
  • Fast Ethernet connection and internal buffering allows contiguous data at high rates
  • Integrated HV supply with loopback verification
  • Integrated analog and digital input/output lines for ionization chamber environmental sensor readout or other purposes
  • Integrated pneumatic actuator control
  • On-board processors for real time beam position and shape verification, dose control and map execution
  • Integrated dosimetry safety features including beam enable safety relay and override switch
  • Dual fiber-optic loop controller capability to handle multiple slave devices
  • Fiber optic fast beam control line
  • Compact 1U 19" format

Applications

  • Particle therapy beam position measurement and dosimetry
  • Multistrip ionization chamber readout
  • General multichannel low-current measurement up to 80 uA per channel

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Proton Therapy


Proton therapy is well established for the treatment of localized cancer tumors, especially when there are vital organs close by. This healthy tissue sparing makes it the method of choice for maintaining quality of life and especially for treating children. The proton beam delivery is fast and painless.

Proton therapy centers worldwide use Pyramid sensors, electronics, and software. Pyramid offers products for complete systems, sub-systems, or components. For more information see our Pencil Beam Scanning Brochure


Control Systems


Pyramid devices are modular and pefect for distributed control systems. Easy to use software and networking make prototyping and integration rapid. Pyramid provides long term customer support and high reliability for final production systems.

Our devices can tolerate high levels of HF, RF and transient electrical noise. The real time fiber optic communications between controllers and front-end devices are completely immune to electrical interference. Fiber optics can also span voltage gaps of hundreds of kilovolts. An example application is control of the power supplies in the the high voltage terminal of an accelerator ion source.