With an active area that is over 300 mm wide, the EIGER2 X CdTe 2M-W allows you to record a large q-range of scattering and diffraction patterns in a single shot. The combination of detector's active area, its frame rate of up to 1,000 Hz and its excellent gating capabilities, makes this X-ray camera perfectly suited for in situ time-resolved experiments. Two million pixels with a point-spread function of one 75 µm pixel ensure high-resolution data, but also a good sampling of points for the azimuthal integration of the powder diffraction patterns or Pair Distribution Function (PDF) analysis. The cadmium-telluride sensor provides excellent sensitivity to high-energy X-rays. This sensor, combined with the fast-counting pixels featuring DECTRIS’ Instant Retrigger technology, will allow you to take full advantage of the high-photon flux offered by modern synchrotron beamlines.
|Number of detector modules (W x H)||4 x 1|
|Active area (W x H) [mm²]||311.1 x 38.4|
|Pixel size [µm²]||75 x 75|
|Total number of pixels||4,148 x 512 = 2,123,776|
|Gap width vertical / horizontal [pixels]*||12 / -|
|Count-rate capability [photons/s/pixel]||10⁷|
|Maximum frame rate [Hz]||1,000|
|Point-spread function [pixels]||1 (FWHM)|
|Cadmium-telluride sensor thickness [µm]||750|
|Data format||HDF5 / NeXus|
|Dimensions (W x H x D) [mm³]||348 x 92 x 277|
|Photon energy [keV]||Up to 100|
* Plus a 2-pixel vertical gap in each module.
All specifications are subject to change without notice.