The nanoTDCR is a triple-to-double coincidence ratio (TDCR) liquid scintillation counting system and multichannel analyzer (MCA).
There are two models to choose form: the TD9009 and TD9010. The TD9009 uses only PMT, while the TD9010 uses both PMT and SiPM. This table [pdf] provides a full comparison between the two models.
See a list of key features below and a combined data sheet for a full description of nanoTDCR’s features and specifications for both models.
The nanoTDCR is a radiation measurement device incorporating a Triple-To-Double Coincidence Ratio Liquid Scintillation Counting System (TDCR) and a digital multichannel analyzer (MCA), featuring:
Download the full nanoTDCR Data Sheet (TD9009 and TD9010) [pdf]
Dimensions: 3.6″ x 1.5″ x 1″ (92 mm x 38 mm x 25 mm)
Inputs and Outputs
A, B, C: PMT Inputs / Discriminators
DPP Sampling Period
DPP Time Constant
Primary (long) TC: 120 ns to 4.1 µs
Coincidence Logic Signal
Internal: TDCR discriminators A,B,C (TDCR A, TDCR B, TDCR C)
Pulse Shape Flat Top
Adjustable, 0 to 2 µs
Typically < 2ppm
Wired: USB (also serves as power source), Ethernet
5V@1A for wall plug
1200mW at 25°C and USB interface
Temperature Operating Range
0°C to +80°C
See the Support tab for supporting documentation
See below for nanoTDCR performance specifications.