Si strip detector S13804

S13804
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The Si strip detector (SSD) is a Si photodiode with PN junctions (particle detection structures) that are several micrometers to several tens of micrometers in width arranged in a strip formation. It is an SSD developed for J-PARC muon g-2/EDM experiment* and can detect incident positions of high energy particles with high accuracy. It has an active area of about 97 × 97 mm and can detect positions over a wide area.

* http://g-2.kek.jp/portal/index.html


Features
-High voltage tolerance
-High radiation tolerance
-Low dark current

Specifications

Type Poly Si-bias AC-readout
Si thickness 320 ±15 μm
Si crystal plane direction <100>
Breakdown voltage min. 200 V
Dark current max. 3 μA
Full depletion voltage max. 100 V
Defective strip rate max. 5 %

Dimensional outline (unit: mm)

KSPDA0220

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