64 Strip Ion Chamber


  • 6.4 cm x 6.4 cm sensitive area with 1 mm pitch strips
  • 3.2 cm beamline insertion length
  • Very small gaps for high beam current density performance
  • Standard 68-channel VHDCI Male connectors for strip readout
  • Standard DB9 Male connector for environment readout
  • <1.5kV high voltage planes for minimal recombination


  • Measured by an I128S
  • Flash particle therapy research
  • Pre-scan monitoring in proton therapy
  • Beam monitoring in high precision beamlines
  • General high-energy ion beam diagnostics

Thin-film Strip Detector

Strip detectors have a balance between accuracy on beam position and noise levels. Our strip detectors offer the highest resolution and lowest noise on the market.

  • Laser-machined polyimide electrode substrates
  • Absolute minimal beam scattering
  • Radiation hard
  • High geometric precision
  • Gold plated readout electrodes

Integrated Environment Sensors

Our ion chambers include integrated sensors for environmental corrections. No need for costly and inconvenient external instruments.

  • Humidity sensor
  • Temperature sensor
  • Pressure sesnor
  • Replacable desiccant

Expertly Built

Electrodes patterned with unique laser technology. Assembled and tested by highly skilled technicians in our dedicated assembly facility.

  • Rigorously tested beyond normal operating range to ensure uniformity
  • Envirmonmental sensor measured against externally calibrated sources
  • Each ion chamber is fully retested after it has been opened
  • Real calibrated radioactive source is used as reference
  • Full test documentation can be provided for each individual instrument

Ready for FLASH

FLASH therapy is potentially revolutionary to the radiation therapy world. Pyramid is committed to creating instruments suitable for FLASH experiments and making them available to any researcher.

We hope to better understand the challenges and potential pitfalls with FLASH and how to avoid them.

Our team would love to talk to you about your FLASH project. Contact the engineering and sales team to discuss possible solutions.