Electron multipliers are also called ion multipliers, and are used to detect electrons, ions, charged particles, vacuum ultraviolet rays, and soft X-rays, etc. Electron multiplier tubes have high gain yet low dark current and are therefore useful for measuring very small particles and low amounts of energy.

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Electron Multipliers [2.5 MB/PDF]


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Electron multiplier: R474

Input aperture size : 8 x 6 mm, Operating vacuum level : 133 x 10-4 Pa

Dynode Stages
16
Input Aperture Diameter
8 x 6 mm
Rise Time Typ.
9.3 ns

Electron multiplier: R515

Input aperture size : 8 x 6 mm, Operating vacuum level : 133 x 10-4 Pa

Dynode Stages
16
Input Aperture Diameter
8 x 6 mm
Rise Time Typ.
9.3 ns

Electron multiplier: R595

Input aperture size : 12 x 10 mm, Operating vacuum level : 133 x 10-4 Pa

Dynode Stages
20
Input Aperture Diameter
12 x 10 mm
Rise Time Typ.
12 ns

Electron multiplier: R596

Input aperture size : 12 x 10 mm, Operating vacuum level : 133 x 10-4 Pa

Dynode Stages
16
Input Aperture Diameter
12 x 10 mm
Rise Time Typ.
10 ns

Electron multiplier: R2362

Input aperture size : 20 mm dia., Operating vacuum level : 133 x 10-4 Pa

Dynode Stages
23
Input Aperture Diameter
20 dia. mm
Rise Time Typ.
3.5 ns

Electron multiplier: R4146-10

Thickness : 6 mm, Can be stacked side-by-side, For Multi-collector Mass Spectrometry

Dynode Stages
18
Input Aperture Diameter
8 x 1 mm
Rise Time Typ.
3.5 ns

Electron multiplier: R5150-10

Input aperture size : 8 mm, Operating vacuum level : 133 x 10-4 Pa, Compact, with shield case

Dynode Stages
17
Input Aperture Diameter
8 dia. mm
Rise Time Typ.
1.7 ns

Electron multiplier: R6985-80

With Conversion Dynode, Off-axis Structure, For Gas / Liquid QMS (Quadruple Mass Spectrometry)

Dynode Stages
19
Input Aperture Diameter
φ11 mm
Rise Time Typ.
4.5 ns

Electron multiplier: R8811

For Compact Mass Spectrometers

Dynode Stages
13
Input Aperture Diameter
φ3 mm
Rise Time Typ.
1.6 ns

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