Rent ASI Detector

You can now rent our cutting-edge, hybrid pixel detectors at a fraction of the cost!

Our detectors enable you to get high quality results faster!

Rent our detectors for a flexible term of 3 or 6 months with an option to extend.

Benefits of renting a detector?

  • Budget friendly rental packages
  • Flexible rental terms
  • Data collection from day 1
  • Hands-on experience with cutting-edge detector techonology
  • Faster route to publication
  • Dedicated training
  • Professional on-site installation

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Who’s already using ASI detectors?

Why choose ASI?

CNRS

“With the new Application Programming Interface, the CheeTah M3 detector can be integrated into virtually any work environment for automated data acquisition in a transmission electron microscope. We use the CheeTah M3 to collect electron diffraction tomography data, where it has proven to be effective in achieving a good signal-to-noise ratio combined with high acquisition speed even with low-dose illumination. Amsterdam Scientific Instruments’ support is excellent and eager to help you get the most out of their product.”

Dr. Philippe Boullay
Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique (CNRS)

“We are very pleased with the performance of the Timepix1 module that we obtained from ASI several years back. It has quickly become a multipurpose detector for us where we quickly use it either for looking at the direct (attenuated) XFEL beam, scattering from target or bremsstrahlung emission from laser-solid interactions, or general radiation backgrounds in our experiments. We have recently acquired from ASI a Timepix3 detector and are looking forward to the list-mode capabilities of such a detector and how to use it in our experiments.”

Dr. Alejandro Laso Garcia
Institute of Radiation Physics, Helmholtz-Zentrum Dresden – Rossendorf 

Institute of Radiation Physics, Helmholtz-Zentrum Dresden - Rossendorf
Instituto Italiano di Tecnologia

“Electron diffraction tomography data collected with the Timepix detector opened a new scenario in material science, organic chemistry and molecular biology. This detector provides such a high sensitivity and speed that with a very small electron dose and fast rotation, allows an entire 3D electron diffraction data set recording on nanocrystals without any significant beam damage. It transforms the electron microscope into a single crystal electron diffractometer.”

Mauro Gemmi
Coordinator of the Center for Nanotechnology Innovation, Istituto Italiano di Tecnologia, Pisa Italy.

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