One of 3C Spectrum’s main aim is to contribute to the training of the professionals of the future. We are experts in designing educational laboratories and equipping them with ultramodern facilities and machines that enable the best education possible for the students. We are providing many types of equipment for various purposes, among them radiation detectors, integrated systems, and electronics, modular electronics, and applications softwares. We are cooperating with more suppliers in order to be able to provide your company the suitable product for your specification.
CAEN realized different modular Educational Kits. The set-up is all based on Silicon Photomultipliers (SiPM) state-of-the-art sensor of light with single photon sensitivity and unprecedented photon number capability. The goal is to inspire students and guide them towards the analysis and comprehension of different physics phenomena with a series of experiments based on state-of-the-art technologies, instruments, and methods.
Developed together with the University of Insubria, Como, the Educational Kit is ideal for advanced Physics teaching methods, thanks to its extraordinary features. The equipment needs no high voltage, it is multidisciplinary, it has a complete software suite for remote control of the system and data analysis. The system can be easily used when training the professionals of the future.
The Spectrum Techniques ST370 Radiation Counter is a computer-operated complement to the popular ST360 Radiation Counter. The product's major difference is that it does not offer standalone operation since it is computer-controlled via a USB interface. This new instrument features many improvements and additions to enhance application and flexibility for Nuclear Science instruction, Nuclear Medicine and Health Physics training. More information....
Gamma’s novelty is that the analyser is built into the detector itself. This design is creating an intelligent detector that contains all of the necessary electronic units. Its microcontroller not only forwards the spectrums but analyses and separates the impulses according to width and amplitude, in case of using compound scintillators and forwards