- Curved imaging plate provides a large 210° aperture
- Long exposures allowed because of absence of dark current noise
- Large dynamic range achieved with dual photomultiplier design.
- High sensitivity coupled with low readout noise.
- Imaging plate detector sensitive for all potential X-ray targets
- Multiple X-ray source options, from sealed tube to rotating anode generators
- No detector calibration required.
- Low maintenance—all components can be serviced on-site.
- Huge experimental versatility, from powders to single crystals.
Engineered for Versatility
It combines an exceptionally large active-area imaging plate that is sensitive to a wide range of radiation sources with the flexibility to mate it with a large variety of X-ray sources and optics. The nature of the imaging plate detector means that weak measurements can be made easily in the presence of strong measurements.
Low Cost of Ownership
Combining a well-proven, time-tested design with the lack of a need for calibration means that the RAPID II is a detector that can be maintained in the field with a minimum of downtime.
The Proof is in the Results
Experiments run on the RAPID II are limited only by the imagination of the researcher. Examples include, phase ID of powder samples, micro-diffraction mapping down to 10 microns, diffuse scattering, fiber diffraction, small molecule structure analysis, stress and texture measurements, etc.