16X16 Array Channel-Reducing Charge Division SiPM Readout

Preamplified active bases support multiplexed readout of 4x4, 8x8, 12x12, and 16x16 SiPM arrays. Channel reduction is accomplished by our patented diode-coupled charge division technology providing 4-channel readout and row-and-column readout of large-area SiPM arrays. Active bases connect to our Active Base Receivers, Interface Modules, and SiPMDAQ data acquisition products.
AB16HFN-ARRAY16P Individual SiPM Readout

Preamplified active bases support individual readout of 4x4 and 8x8 SiPM arrays. Each SiPM is connected to a high-speed low-power amplifier. Active bases connect to our Active Base Receivers, Interface Modules, and SiPMDAQ data acquisition products.
Passive Base Passive Base SiPM Readout

The Passive Base readout system is a low-cost solution to connect amplified SiPM signals directly to 50-ohm coaxial receivers. Low-cost Passive Bases have no on-board amplifiers. They connect to an external Passive Base Amplifier board using a short ribbon cable. Amplified signals are available on MCX, SMA, SMB, or LEMO connectors. An optional Amplifier Board Power Supply can provide bias voltage and amplifier voltages.
SiPMDAQ4

SiPMDAQ16
SiPMDAQ Series USB Data Acquisition for SiPM Arrays

The SiPMDAQ Series connects directly to an AiT Active Base, supporting 4-channel through 64-channel Active Bases. All models provide programmable bias voltages and amplifier voltages required by the Active Bases. Gated integrator ADCs capture and digitize all channels simultaneously, supporting over 1MHz trigger rate. An internal leading-edge discriminator can trigger the ADC. A signal sum is available for external use.
MDU20-GI16

MDU40
MDU Series USB ADCs for SiPM Arrays

MDU Series high-speed USB 2.0 gated integrator ADCs capture SiPM signals and digitize all channels simultaneously. They can sustain trigger rates up to 1.2 MHz for 16 channels and up to 600 kHz for 32 channels. The MDU Series ADCs connect to our SiPM Interface Modules. They can also be used with standard photomultipliers and PSPMTs.