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Plug & Play with Diamonds
The A0 Diamond Student Kit is designed for students and researchers who want to get familiar with CVD diamond detectors. It enables you to study the electronic properties of these innovative detectors and discover their response to various radiation fields.

The A0 Diamond Student Kit contains a full laboratory setup with diamond detectors, related electronics and all cables and connectors needed for immediate operation. Laboratory sources such as α-, β- and γ-sources are needed for the experiments with the Diamond Student Kit.
The ideal start package for exploring this novel technology for particle detection.
sCVD Diamond Detector:
4 mm x 4 mm x 0.5 mm sensing volume
pCVD Diamond Detector:
8 mm x 8 mm x 0.5 mm sensing volume
TCT Amplifier:
2 GHz, 40 dB Broadband Current Amplifier
Fast Charge Amplifier:
±20 keV resolution, 10 ns FWHM Gaussian signal
Spectroscopic Shaping Amplifier:
±8 keV resolution, 180 ns FWHM Gaussian signal
Cables and Connectors:
for immediate operation
ROSY® AX106 Readout System
  • includes a graphical users interface (GUI) with oscilloscope mode and real-time data analysis applications.
  • optionally including a power supply for detectors and amplifiers.
The A0 Diamond Student Kit can be completed with the ROSY® Readout System. Dedicated real-time applications allow to record particle spectra and study real-time particle identification.

ROSY® optionally contains an integrated power supply for detector and amplifiers, which makes the Diamond Student Kit an autonomous laboratory system for detector research:
* ±500 V @ ±1 mA for detector bias voltage.
* +12 V @ 400 mA for our AC-coupled amplifiers.
* ±15 V @ ±150 mA for our DC-coupled amplifiers.
A0 Diamond Student Kit

This product information download contains the following CIVIDEC documents :
A fast low-Noise Charged Particle CVD Diamond Detector
H. Frais-Kölbl, et al., IEEE Transactions on Nuclear Science, 51, 6, 3833-3837, 2004

Charge-Carrier Properties in Synthetic Single-Crystal Diamond using the Transient-Current Technique
H. Pernegger, et al., Journal of Applied Physics, 97, 1, 2005

Selective data analysis for diamond detectors in neutron fields
C. Weiss, et al., EPJ Web of Conferences, 146, 03004, 2017


High-Precision Alpha Spectroscopy with Diamond Detectors
G. Senft, Bachelor Thesis TU Wien, 2017