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International Journal of High-Energy Physics

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GIDS-GmbH, German Image Detector Systems Aug 22, 2013

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GIDS-GmbH, German Image Detector Systems
Julius-Hatry - Str 1

Tel: 0049 621 820394 34
Fax: 0049 621 820394 33

GIDS-GmbH focus on the development and distribution of optical, electro-optical components and systems and is exclusive distibutor of Photek Ltd. We offer MCP-detectors, vacuum tubes, ICCD camera systems plus a range of associated electronics.


Products from this company

  1. Intensifier and Detector Cooling System Aug 15, 2013

    The PTC-3 cooling system is designed to operate with image or photon counting intensifiers where the dark count needs to be reduced. An device with cooling, is supplied with a Peltier housing.

  2. MCP-PMT Preamplifier Aug 15, 2013

    The PA200-10 preamplifier is designed for use with detectors with 2 or more micro channel plates as they produce a small fast electrical pulse for each photon or particle passing through the detector.

  3. LPG Laser Pulse Generator Aug 15, 2013

    The LPG laser pulse generator for time resolved diagnostics of photomultipliers and image intensifiers. The LPG can test time response and gating speed.

  4. P-TDC time to digital convertor Aug 15, 2013

    Is a high time resolution time to digital convertor (TDC), which provides an picosecond resolution timing for photon detectors using suitable front end pre-amplifier and discriminator electronics.

  5. Nanosecond Gated Cameras Aug 15, 2013

    The ICNSGC is a nanosecond intensifier gated camera. The camera features built-in delay and exposure adjustment in 250 ps increments where delay and exposure times are below a microsecond.

  6. Gating Modules Aug 15, 2013

    The gate units can be used with image intensifiers and PMTs as ultra fast electronic shutters. The gate unit operates by turning the photocathode on and off to 3 ns with a 300 KHz repetition rate.

  7. Power Supplies Aug 15, 2013

    For MCP image intensifiers we provide power supply modules which can be used with image intensifiers with up to three micro channel plates. They can be used in conjunction with our gate modules.

  8. ICCD Cameras Aug 15, 2013

    The intensified camera systems (ICCD´s) provide high resolution imaging in a compact package. They are typically used where a real time display is required ideal for fluorescence imaging.

  9. Photon Counting Cameras Aug 15, 2013

    The Photek photon counting camera systems are unique; they provide the ability to capture and integrate an image in real time. These systems are ideal for extremely low photon emission applications.

  10. Vacuum Imaging Detectors Aug 15, 2013

    The Vacuum Imaging Detector (VID) is an vacuum compatible open face detector without a photocathode very often known as open MCP-Detector, multichannel plate detector or microchannel plate detector.

  11. MCP Photomultipliers (MCP-PMT) Aug 15, 2013

    MCP photomultiplier tubes for analysis of ultra fast optical phenomena in a range of applications including, LIDAR, nuclear physics and time correlated photon counting.

  12. MCP Image Intensifiers Aug 15, 2013

    MCP Image Intensifiers amplify low light levels for applications such as astronomy, high speed imaging, photon counting and fluorescence lifetime measurement.

  13. ICCD Assembly Aug 15, 2013

    MCP Image Intensifier 18 mm with Taper output for 1/2" CCD coupling. The photocathode of the image intensifier is sensitive to visible and near infrared light in the wavelength range of 400-900nm.

  14. MCP´s and MCP detectors Aug 15, 2013

    For TOF measurement and Particle Imaging available as setup to be vacuum mounted by customer or ready mounted in a CF-High vacuum flange or CF-high vacuum viewport or for replacement of bare MCPs.

  15. Phosphor screens Aug 15, 2013

    GIDS-GmbH offers phosphor screens in P43, P22, P46 and P47 (others on request) that allow the two-dimensional, visual detection of electrons, protons, heavy ions, x-rays and UV-light.

  16. Fiber Optic Coupling Aug 15, 2013

    In most CCD applications the light is transferred to the CCD through a lens. In some situations the use of fiber optic elements is better because the light collecting efficiency is much higher.