Tag Archives: mass spectrometers

Photonis Produces Market-Leading MS Detection Technology

Photonis Scientific’s Time of Flight (TOF) detectors support some of the world’s most sensitive Time of Flight-Mass Spectroscopy (TOF-MS) applications. Its patented technologies and distinct MCPs ensure optimum temporal resolution, excellent mass sensitivity, unmatched lifetime and superb dynamic range; enabling mass spectrometers to be optimized with the best detector on the market, no matter the … Continue reading

17-Nov-2021 Blog, Detectors, MCPs, Photonis

Detectors for Residual Gas Analysis

Photonis designs and manufactures superior detectors for residual gas analysis (RGA). These detectors support RGA in mass spectrometry by providing higher sensitivity in both portable and stationary RGA systems. By equipping your mass spectrometer with a residual gas analyzer, you will be able to detect leaks that affect achieving proper vacuum pressure. These detectors function … Continue reading

10-Mar-2021 Blog, Detectors, Photonis

Improved Lifetime and Performance for your Mass Spectrometer

The performance of your mass spectrometer is often limited by the capabilities of the detector. Photonis developed an electron multiplier family called the MAGNUMTM, which provides significantly improved performance by increasing linear output current, reducing noise, and increasing detector life. The MAGNUMTM Electron Multiplier consists of six helical multiplier channels tightly wound about a central … Continue reading

10-May-2020 Blog, Detectors, Photonis

Nearly Half the Mass Spectrometers Use Photonis Detectors

Laboraties worldwide use Photonis’s highly sensitive and accurate detectors for both positive and negative ions. As the market leader in mass spectrometry, Photonis designs and manufactures highly specialized detection and ion transport solutions for nearly half of the world’s mass spectrometers. In addition to supplying the OEMs with our detectors, Photonis provides replacement parts for … Continue reading

23-Oct-2019 Blog, Detectors, Photonis
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