Del Mar Photonics
I'm looking to buy an MCP setup for use in our velocity map imaging apparatus. I've been looking on your website, and through a few older Galileo Electro-optics brochures. I'm interested in a Chevron MCP coupled to a P20 phosphor screen, but I can't seem to find something like that on your website.
I'm trying to find something as close as possible to our old detector, which had the following specifications:
60:1 L/D ratio
40 mm Minimum Quality Diameter
10 um Pore size
12 um Center-to-Center spacing
8 degree Bias angle
Imaging Quality Level
It would also need to be coupled to a P20 gold-coated phosphor screen that is mounted to a 6" conflat flange. Does Del Mar have anything close to these specifications?
Del Mar Photonics reply:
Yes, we have detector MCP-GPS-46/2-CF8" that fits all required specifications. Probably the only difference is that we use silver-coated phosphor screen. However if for any reason you prefer gold-coated phosphor we can make it for you too. Please indicate required thickness of gold coating on top of phosphor layer.
Microchannel Plate Imaging Detector MCP-GPS-46/2-CF6" - request a quote
2 MCP-46, diam 46mm
10-12 core (10micron channel, 12 micron pitch)
P20 phosphor on a glass plate
Active area 40mm
Standard Quote - Discounts
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