Temporal Imaging is a new concept for gamma ray imaging that uses both light and time distribution of each scintillation event to localize precisely each scintillation event in space (X,Y,Z), time (T) and energy (E).
This new imaging concept allows an order of magnitude improvement on the voxel size for each scintilation event (1x1x2mm).
Temporal Delta is the first device to use this new concept. It allows real time calculation of the characteristic vector (X,Y,Z,T,E) for each validated event.
In the Compton version 2 detector plates are used and characteristic vectors of each plates are used to reconstruct a compton image.
|Crystal volume||Eres 662 KeV||Angular resoution||Sensitivity||Energy range HE version|
|26 cm3||<5%||<5°||0.3 µR/h 5 m||250 KeV-3 MeV 1 – 10 MeV|
|Count rate||Signal/noise||Source distance determination||Dimension||Mass|
|5 Rem/h||***||>5 m||26x9x24 cm||1 Kg|