Time of Flight Detectors
Exosens’ offers a wide range of Time of Flight (TOF) detection technology to support portable, ultra-fast and bi-polar instruments. Each TOF detector is fully configurable, results-driven, and manufactured with state-of-the-art modular building blocks to provide the most accurate sample analysis.
Exosens specializes in working closely with TOF-MS system designers to understand the requirements needed in each instrument to provide the longest-lasting, accurate detectors specifically designed for each instrument.
Time of Flight Detectors
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Each TOF detector Photonis designs are customized to provide the best temporal and spatial resolution, highest mass sensitivity, and greatest dynamic range available.
We specialize in working closely with TOF-MS system designers to understand the requirements needed in each instrument to provide the longest-lasting, accurate detectors specifically designed for each instrument.
Three detection platforms
Photonis' APTOF detectors provide superior temporal and spatial resolution as well as increased mass efficiency. Our ability to customize these detectors for each analytical instruments ensures that your analysis will be as accurate as possible.
Our Bi-Polar TOF (BPTOF) detectors are designed to maximize mass resolution while conforming to a variety of unique configurations. Whether you need a non-linear detector a high mass detector, Photonis will work with you to ensure your test results are as reliable as possible.
MTOF™ technology platform is an advanced solution for Time of Flight mass spectrometers, suitable for detection of a very wide range of ion mass.
MTOF’s most outstanding feature is its gain stability.
Time of Flight Mass Spectrometry has become the most widely used technique for identifying very large organic molecules. Recently, companies have started designing tabletop and portable TOF-MS instruments as the market has shifted. In this presentation, you will learn more about the origins of TOF-MS and how our detectors support these instruments.
Time of Flight Mass Spectrometry requires a detector that can accurately and efficiently measure the flight patterns of charged particles. In this presentation, you will learn how Photonis’ BiPolar TOF detectors can be separated to detect either positive or negative ions. Through our testing, it was concluded that microchannel plate segmentation can be used in array applications in place of multiple point detectors.