Dectris ARINA detector

The Dectris ARINA is the latest-generation direct-electron camera that is optimized for ultrafast measurements at the lower primary beam energies. The Si-based sensor chip has 192×192 unusually large pixels of 100×100 μm in size, allowing it to accurately count every electron for any realistic electron-beam current. The speed of the camera is limited by the readout electronics' bandwidth of 10 Gb/s, resulting in a full-frame readout at 20 kHz or 2× binned and compressed readout at 120 kHz – corresponding to typical ADF scan rates. The ARINA thus enables uncompromising 4D-STEM measurements, bringing the group's experimental capabilities to the very leading edge of research worldwide.

For more information, see the Dectris website.

Contact: Toma Susi (PNM)
Location: Boltzmanngasse 5, 3215
Phone: +43-1-4277-72855‬