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  • Particle Impact Noise Detection

    P.I.N.D. - Spectral Dynamics, Inc.

    For over thirty years the PIND Products Group of SPECTRAL DYNAMICS, INC. has given users a simple, reliable, and inexpensive method of ParticlePIND Impact Noise Detection (PIND) testing to increase the reliability of electronic components. Our non-destructive high frequency acoustic test monitors for loose particles moving inside high reliability internal cavity electronic components such as relays, transistors, hybrids, integrated circuits, and switches – particles that have the potential of causing short circuits and serious malfunctions in system operations. A shaker is used to excite loose particles within the component cavity.

  • Particle Impact Detection System 10

    BW-LPD-DAQ4000HD - B&W Engineering Corp.

    This system is capable of vibration testing up to 10 pounds and detecting defects that produce noise, such as loose screws, particles, etc. Right from the start of PIND testing, B&W patented the first MIL-STD compliant system outperforming the competition by over 30% better detection rate as tested by the NBS (now National Institute of Science and Technology) in a well known 1978 study (NBSIR 78-1590 NASA).

  • Reticle / Mask Particle Detection System

    PR-PD2HR - HORIBA, Ltd.

    In semiconductor plants, where high performance and demanding functionality are required, the HORIBA PD Series'' high operating rate and long-term dependability have earned it a solid reputation. Inheriting a transfer system that has proven to provide stable, high performance and superior throughput over long operating periods, the PR-PD2HR now offers the most sensitive detection in the series with exclusive signal processing that can detect particles as small as 0.35 m.

  • Dynamic Particle Image Analysis System

    iSpect DIA-10 - Shimadzu Corp.

    Shimadzu's iSpect DIA-10 Dynamic Image Analyzer combines particle size and image analysis technology to offer complete particle characterization. It can perform particle imaging, size analysis, and foreign object detection, and obtain size distributions and number concentration, in as little as two minutes.

  • Nanoparticle Analyzer

    nCS1 - Spectradyne llc

    Gives particle size distribution and absolute concentration. Particle sizes: 40 nm to microns. Concentration range: approx. 106 — 1012 particles/mL. Counts & sizes individual particles. High resolution size distributions. Max particle detection rate: approx. 10,000 particles/s. Can measure any material type (transparent & opaque, conducting & insulating).

  • Fast Mobility Particle Sizer

    Spectrometer 3091 - TSI Inc.

    The Fast Mobility Particle Sizer 3091 (FMPS™) spectrometer measures particles in the range from 5.6 to 560 nm, offering a total of 32 channels of resolution (16 channels per decade). It uses an electrical mobility measurement technique similar to that used in our SMPS. However, instead of a CPC, the FMPS spectrometer uses multiple, low-noise electrometers for particle detection

  • Ultrafine Particle Monitor

    Model 651 - Teledyne Advanced Pollution Instrumentation

    Ultrafine particle (those less than 100nm, or 0.1µm in size) are produced through combustion activities and are persistent in all ambient air. Concentrations of these tiny particle can be very high near emissions sources (for example, near busy roads), and both acute and chronic exposure are believed to lead to health problems. As part of the new US EPA near-road ambient monitoring network, ultrafine particles (UFPs) will be monitored to determine concentration levels and further study health effects related to exposure.The Model 651 Ultrafine Particle Monitor provides a simple and reliable solution for the real time monitoring of UFP concentrations in ambient air. The instrument uses a condensation particle counting technique, using water as the condensing fluid followed by laser detection. UFPs down to 7nm in size are detected, with time resolution down to 1-second. Sample collection, preparation, and analysis occur continuously, with a routine maintenance interval of 30 days.

  • Dynamic Imaging Particle Analysis Technology

    FlowCam® 8100 - Fluid Imaging Technologies

    The new FlowCam 8100 particle imaging and analysis system from global laboratory instrumentation manufacturer Fluid Imaging Technologies, Scarborough, Maine, features the company''s most advanced camera with the fastest imaging speed and double the image capture area to increase throughput, increase detection rates, and reveal more images and data. Imaging at up to 120 frames per second, the new FlowCam 8100 automatically detects thousands of individual particles and microorganisms in seconds, takes a high-resolution, digital image of each one detected and measures them in real-time based on their actual size and shape, not by an inference of their size and shape. Sampling at up to 100% efficiency with limited sample volumes as small as 200L, the company said, the FlowCam 8100 measures more than 30 different parameters from basic particle size, count and concentration to color, grayscale and advanced morphological characteristics such as circularity, elongation and fiber curl.

  • Nanoparticle Detector

    partector - Naneos Particle Solutions gmbh

    The naneos partector is the world''s smallest nanoparticle detector. It''s easy to use, small, light-weight, has a great battery life and high time resolution. It measures the lung-deposited nanoparticle surface area, the most health-relevant physical particle metric. It uses a novel contactless electrical detection that makes it nearly maintenance-free. LDSA measurement with a time resolution of 1 second (internal instrument time constant 4s; faster on request)

  • Sensor Solutions for IoT


    Imec is a reference in the design of ultra-low power electronics, low-power algorithms to increase intelligence and data security, and in all aspects of data science. Our multi-sensor environmental monitoring platform features sensors for temperature, relative humidity, NO2, CO2, VOC (volatile organic compounds), particle matter, ambient light, sound, vibrations and presence detection. Our test platform is suitable for indoor and outdoor air quality monitoring and control, and can be used in smart buildings, smart cities and more.

  • Charged Particle Detector

    IDS2030 - OI Analytical

    The IDS 2030 is a true charge detector and is independent of particle energy (thermal to keV), particle mass, and incident angle.Designed for positive charge detection the detector will also detect negative ions and electrons.The ion detector functions pressure independent over at least a range of 9 decades (1 Torr to 1 kTorr).The detector allows a read-out speed from 0.2 frames per second (fps) up to 360 fps.Spectra acquisition can be synchronized with an ionization using a trigger pulse.High Density Detector Array featuring 2126 active pixels over 51 mm. With a pixel width of 21 m and a height of 1500 m the detector features an effective area of 88%.Typical applications are in Mass Spectrometry, Ion Mobility Spectrometry, beam profiling, and ion source characterization.The IonCCD is mounted on ceramic printed circuit board and delivered in an aluminum enclosure for easy mounting and protection.The IDS 2030 is CE certified (FCC, RoHS, WEEE).

  • Equipment Fault Simulator for Electric Equipment

    Hangzhou Xihu Electronic Institute

    Integration: Built-in non-PD test variations and coupling capacitors.Detection of diversification: can be used to test pulse current, UHF, ultrasonic, high frequency and other PD detection technology.No PD design: the entire apparatus pressure PD levels below 1pC. Discharge Simulator: simulate tip, suspended particles and other air-gap discharge within the GIS common defect site, to implement two and two or more discharge models coexist, and can control the discharge starting voltage, and discharge extinction voltage strength.Continuous use of good: each model can withstand tens of thousands of times the discharge is not damaged.

  • Geiger Counters

    PCE Instruments

    A geiger counter detects nuclear radiation by measuring the emission of ionizing radiation of alpha particles, beta particles and gamma rays. Also referred to as a radiation detector, a geiger counter consists of two main elements: the processing electronics and the geiger tube. The geiger tube is filled with low-pressure inert gas like helium, argon or neon. If radioactive radiation occurs, the inert gas is ionized. An anode within the geiger tube registers the quantity of ionized particles numerically correlating with the strength of the radioactive radiation. The radioactivity measurement is then displayed on the LCD screen of the geiger counter or radiation detector.It is very important to measure radioactivity as well as to classify radioactivity values. For example, terrestrial gamma radiation is measured according to general values from 0.03 - 0.3 µSv/h (microsievert / hour). This "normal" oscillation range is conditioned by natural radioactive elements in the ground such as uranium and potassium. To calculate this factor, one must take into consideration cosmic radiation. For example, when considering cosmic radiation, the maximum radioactivity content at Schneefernerhaus, the highest-located German environmental research station, is approximately equal to 110 µSv/h.At PCE Instruments, you will find three types of geiger counter or raditation detection devices to help you measure radioactivity: 1) alpha radioactivity meters, 2) meters for detecting alpha, beta and gamma radioactivity and 3) radioactivity meters for human beings.

  • Evaporative Light Scattering Detector

    ELSD-LTII - Shimadzu Corp.

    The ELSD-LTII utilizes a high-efficiency LED and enhanced digital signal treatment to minimize noise and deliver optimum sensitivity for trace analysis. An innovative cell design also reduces band broadening and allows sensitivity levels below 200 picograms. The high-performance optical detection system can also be used for combinatorial chemistry and high-throughput screening applications. The new Low Temperature Evaporative Light Scattering Detector (ELSD-LTII) is an easy-to-operate, universal detector that identifies analytes with uniform sensitivity regardless of their spectroscopic properties. It is not a spectroscopic detector. Instead, it removes the mobile phase through evaporation and then makes a light scattering measurement of the dried analyte particles.

  • PXI FlexRIO Digitizer

    PXIe-5763 / 785160-01 - NI

    The PXIe-5763 is a PXI FlexRIO Digitizer that simultaneously samples four channels at 500 MS/s with 16 bits of resolution and features 225 MHz of analog input bandwidth. With over 73 dB of SNR, the PXIe-5763 is ideal for applications that require a wide dynamic range with a wideband digitizer. The FlexRIO driver includes support for finite and continuous streaming modes, and you can implement custom algorithms and real-time signal processing on the LabVIEW-programmable Xilinx Kintex UltraScale FPGA. Available in AC and DC coupled variants, the PXIe-5763 is ideal for both time and frequency domain applications, including radar prototyping, LIDAR, communications, microscopy, OCT, event detection, and particle physics.