The TPX3CAM is a fast optical camera for time stamping of optical photons. It is based on a new silicon pixel sensor. In combination with the Timepix3 ASIC and readout it is suitable for a wide range of applications which require time-resolved imaging of electrons, ions, neutrons or single photons. The camera can be easily integrated both in table-top lab setups, as in synchrotron or free-electron-laser environments.
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“In TPX3Cam all individual pixels function independently and areable to time stamp incident ‘events’. This transforms the imagingsensor into an array of fast digitizers with both spatial and temporalresolutions acting in parallel so multiple ion species can be registeredsimultaneously allowing for coincidence and covariance analyses.”
Dr. Andrei Nomerotski, Brookhaven National Laboratory, USA