Don’t get left behind as direct electron detection revolutionizes TEM. It’s time to propel your research with a powerful yet easy-to-use direct detector…
Specifically designed for low-dose applications, the DE-20 features the 9th generation of our revolutionary Direct Detection Device (DDD®) sensor, delivering industry-leading low-noise images, excellent signal-to-noise ratio, and flexible “movie-mode.” The DE-20 has 6.4 μm pixels optimized for excellent resolution (MTF) and very low noise over a broad range of magnifications and exposure rates. It includes an integrated Faraday plate, and it delivers full-frame unbinned streaming at up to 32 frames per second (fps).
On top of its already exceptional performance, for the most demanding applications, an resolution and noise may also be optimized using an optional module enabling single electron counting.
CONTACT US now for more information or to place your order and begin a new era of imaging at your facility without delay.
Direct Electron acknowledges the National Institutes of Health (USA) for supporting the development of the DE-series cameras under grants R44GM103417 and R44RR024964.
All of our DE-series cameras deliver state-of-the-art performance and unique features that make them ideal for a wide range of TEM applications.
- Direct detection of primary electrons—a revolutionary advancement in TEM data quality.
- High signal-to-noise ratio (SNR) with consistent performance across all spatial frequencies and TEM magnifications.
- “Movie mode” provides high-speed acquisition of a continuous stream of frames with nearly 100% duty cycle (no dead time between frames).
- Innovative movie-processing software further enhances data quality through drift correction, per-particle motion correction, radiation damage compensation, post-acquisition exposure setting, etc.
- High performance for demanding applications, while maintaining ease-of-use and flexibility to maximize data collection efficiency.
- The ultimate camera for in situ TEM, ETEM, DTEM, and other high-speed applications.
- Ultra high performance imaging in an elegantly designed, flexible, and easy-to-use camera system.
- 5k × 4k field-of-view delivers >33% more pixels than a competing direct detection camera.
- High-speed continuous streaming of raw frames, with flexible frame rate and exposure time.
- Optional module to enable single electron counting.
- Integrated Faraday plate for automatic exposure measurement.
- Integrated sensor protection cover.
- Bottom mount or in JEOL film chamber.
- Fully retractable with no sliding O-rings.
- Ability to collect very long uninterrupted movies.
- Open software architecture—fully extensible and easily integrated into custom workflows.
- Complete access to raw data in industry-standard file formats.
|Detection electron energy range||Optimized for 80 keV − 1.25 MeV|
|Pixel array specifications||5120 × 3840 (19.7 MP) | 6.4 μm pixel pitch|
|Single-electron SNR||~50:1 (300 kV)|
|Continuous frame-rate||32 fps max, unbinned full-frame|
|Exposure rate||Consistent performance at a broad range of exposure rates (e.g., 5 − 250 e-/pixel/s)|
|Mounting position||Fully retractable | mounted on-axis TEM bottom port or in JEOL lm drawer|
|Survey sensor||Integrated near-axis 2048 × 2048 scintillator-coupled survey sensor|
|Sensor protection||Integrated physical protection shutter | microscope blanking/shuttering | failsafe software|
|Computer system||Certified high-performance computer system with large, high-speed RAID array for data streaming|
|Acquisition & processing software||Conventional acquisition: DE-IM (full-featured, user-friendly) | μManager (free, open-source)
In situ movie acquisition: DE-StreamPix (continuous streaming)
Automated acquisition: Leginon | SerialEM | others using the DE SDK
“Movie” processing: DE image processing software (free, open-source, Python-based)
Note that the features and specifications shown above are typical, and are subject to change.
CONTACT US now for more information or to place your order and begin a new era of imaging at your facility as soon as possible.