Datasheet

13 mm Dia. SIDE-ON
COMPACT TYPE
PHOTOMULTIPLIER TUBE SERIES
13 mm (1/2 Inch) Diameter, 9-stage, Side-on Type
The R6350 to R6358 series are compact side-on photomultiplier
tubes with a 13 mm diameter and 50 mm height. Using different
photocathode and window material combinations helped to produce a full product lineup to cover a wide spectral response range
from the UV to the near infrared. This allows selecting the optimal
tube to match your application and wavelength to be detected, the
same as when selecting the popular 28 mm (1-1/8 inch) side-on
tubes.
The R6356-06 and R6357 do not use an entrance mesh (grill)
which is usually installed just inside the light input window. This
eliminates the light loss caused by the entrance mesh, even if the
size of incident light beam is small.
Left: Fused silica window Center: UV window
Right: Meshless type (R6356-06, R6357)
APPLICATIONS
●Emission Spectroscopy (ICP, Direct Reader)
●Environmental Monitoring (NOx, SO2, etc.)
●Fluorescence Immunoassay
●Chemiluminescence Immunoassay
●Hygiene Monitor (Bio Luminescence)
●X-ray Phototimer
●Fluorometer
●Microscope (Laser Scanning Microscope)
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13 mm Dia. SIDE-ON COMPACT TYPE
PHOTOMULTIPLIER TUBE SERIES
Side-On Compact Type Photomultiplier Tubes
A
Spectral Response
Type No.
Remarks
Range
(nm)
B
C
Peak PhotoWave- cathode Window Outline
length Material Material No.
D
Dynode
Structure
No. of
Stages
(nm)
Socket
Maximum F Cathode Sensitivity
Ratings
Luminous
G
Anode to Average
Cathode Anode Min. Typ.
Socket
Assembly Voltage Current
(V) (mA) (µA/lm) (µA/lm)
R6350
For UV to visible range, 185 to 650
general purpose.
340
Sb-Cs
U
1
CC/9
E678-11U/E 1250
0.01
20
40
R6351
Synthetic silica
window type of R6350
160 to 650
340
Sb-Cs
Q
2
CC/9
E678-11U/E 1250
0.01
20
40
R6352
High sensitivity
variant of R6350
185 to 750
420
BA
U
1
CC/9
E678-11U/E 1250
0.01
80
120
R6353
Low dark current
bialkali photocathode
185 to 680
400
LBA
U
1
CC/9
E678-11U/E 1250
0.01
30
70
R6354
For UV range
160 to 320
230
Cs-Te
Q
2
CC/9
E678-11U/E 1250
0.01
—
—
R6355
For UV to near IR range, 185 to 850
general purpose
530
MA
U
1
CC/9
E678-11U/E 1250
0.01
80
150
185 to 900
400
MA
U
1
CC/9
E678-11U/E 1250
0.01
200
300
185 to 900
450
MA
U
1
CC/9
E678-11U/E 1250
0.01
350
500
Low dark current
185 to 830
multialkali photocathode
530
LMA
U
1
CC/9
E678-11U/E 1250
0.01
140
200
High sensitivity
R6356-06 * variant of R6355
R6357 *
R6358
Meshless type
High sensitivity
variant of R6356-06,
Meshless type
* Achieved the higher photocathode sensitivity by eliminating the mesh in front of the photocathode.
It also features no output variation, disturbed by the mesh, when the incident light spot to the photocathode is small.
NOTE: A Photocathode materials
B Window materials
BA: Bialkali
Q: Fused silica
LBA: Low dark current bialkali
U: UV glass
MA: Multialkali
LMA: Low dark current multialkali
D Dynode structure
E See optional accessories
CC: Circular-cage
G Averaged over any interval of 30 seconds maximum.
C Outline No.
See Fig. 9
F The maximum operating ambient temperature
range is -30 °C to +50 °C.
K
Anode Characteristics L
Cathode Sensitivity
H
J Anode to
Anode Dark
Anode Sensitivity
Blue
Current
J
Sens. Red/ Radiant Cathode Luminous
Supply
Gain (After 30 min.)
Radiant
Index White
Typ.
(CS 5-58) Ratio Typ. Voltage Min. Typ.
Typ.
Typ. Max.
Typ. Typ.
(V)
(A/lm) (A/lm) (A/W)
(nA) (nA)
(mA/W)
Time Response
Rise Electron
Time Transit
Time
Typ. Typ.
(ns) (ns)
Notes
Type No.
5
—
48
1000
50
300
3.6 × 105
7.5 × 106
0.5
5
1.4
15
Photon counting type:
R6350
R6350P
Dark Count 30 s-1 Max.
5
—
48
1000
50
300
3.6 × 105
7.5 × 106
0.5
5
1.4
15
R6351
10
—
90
1000
100
700
5.2 × 105
5.8 × 106
1
10
1.4
15
R6352
6.5
—
65
1000
100
400
3.7 × 105
5.7 × 106
0.1
2
1.4
15
Photon counting type:
R6353
R6353P
Dark Count 30 s-1 Max.
—
—
62
1000
—
—
1.8 × 105
3 × 106
0.5
5
1.4
15
R6354
6
0.15
45
1000
100
600
1.8 × 105
4 × 106
1
10
1.4
15
R6355
10
0.3
77
1000
400
2000 5.2 × 105
6.7 × 106
1
10
1.4
15
R6356-06 *
13
0.4
105
1000
1000 2000 4.2 × 105
4 × 106
2
10
1.4
15
R6357 *
7.5
0.15
70
1000
300
3.5 × 106
0.1
1
1.4
15
M
M
700
2.5 × 105
H Measured using red filter Toshiba R-68.
J Measured at the peak wavelength.
L Anode characteristics are measured with the supply voltage
and voltage distribution ratio specified by Note N.
N Voltage distribution ratio and voltage.
M: at 254 nm
Electrodes
K
Dy1 Dy2 Dy3 Dy4 Dy5 Dy6 Dy7 Dy8 Dy9
P
Distribution Ratio 1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
Supply Voltage: 1000 V, K: Cathode, Dy: Dynode, P: Anode
Photon counting type:
R6358-10
R6358
Dark Count 300 s-1 Max.
K Refer to Note N.
13 mm Dia. SIDE-ON COMPACT TYPE
PHOTOMULTIPLIER TUBE SERIES
Figure 1: Typical Spectral Response of Cs-Te
Figure 2: Typical Spectral Response of BA, LBA, Sb-Cs
TPMSB0128EA
TPMSB0114EA
100
100
R6352
CATHODE RADIANT SENSITIVITY (mA/W)
QUANTUM EFFICIENCY (%)
CATHODE RADIANT SENSITIVITY (mA/W)
QUANTUM EFFICIENCY (%)
R6354
10
1
0.1
10
R6350
R6353
1
R6351
0.1
RADIANT SENSITIVITY
QUANTUM EFFICIENCY
RADIANT SENSITIVITY
QUANTUM EFFICIENCY
0.01
100
200
300
400
0.01
100
500
200
400
500
600
700
800
WAVELENGTH (nm)
WAVELENGTH (nm)
Figure 3: Typical Spectral Response of MA, LMA
Figure 4: Typical Spectral Response of High Sensitivity MA
TPMSB0115EA
TPMSB0116EB
100
1000
R6358
10
R6355
1
0.1
WAVELENGTH (nm)
R6357
100
10
R6356-06
1
0.1
RADIANT SENSITIVITY
QUANTUM EFFICIENCY
RADIANT SENSITIVITY
QUANTUM EFFICIENCY
0.01
100 200 300 400 500 600 700
CATHODE RADIANT SENSITIVITY (mA/W)
QUANTUM EFFICIENCY (%)
CATHODE RADIANT SENSITIVITY (mA/W)
QUANTUM EFFICIENCY (%)
300
800 900 1000
0.01
100 200 300 400 500 600 700
WAVELENGTH (nm)
800 900 1000
Figure 5: Typical Gain
108
Figure 6: Typical Time Response
TPMSB0208EA
TPMSB0118EA
100
107
R6350
R6355
R6357
TIME (ns)
GAIN
106
105
TRANSIT TIME
10
104
RISE TIME
103
102
300
400
500
600
800
1000
1
500
1500
1000
SUPPLY VOLTAGE (V)
SUPPLY VOLTAGE (V)
Figure 7: Typical ENI Characteristics
Figure 8: Typical Anode Uniformity
TPMSB0119EA
INSULATOR
BASE PIN
TOP VIEW
10-13
BULB
PHOTOCATHODE
R6353
10-14
MESH
R6357: MESHLESS
TYPE
R6350
10-15
R6357
10-16
10-17
100 200 300 400 500 600 700 800 900 1000
WAVELENGTH (nm)
ANODE RELATIVE OUTPUT (%)
EQUIVALENT NOISE INPUT (W)
10-12
1500
100
50
FWHM: 3.7 mm
0
2
LEFT
1
0
1
2
(mm)
RIGHT
TPMSC0036EA
13 mm Dia. SIDE-ON COMPACT TYPE
PHOTOMULTIPLIER TUBE SERIES
Figure 9: Dimensional Outline and Basing Diagram (Unit: mm)
Outline No.1
Outline No.2
13.5 ± 0.8
13.5 ± 0.8
PHOTOCATHODE
4 MIN.
PHOTOCATHODE
4 MIN.
DY5
6
DY6
7
8
7±2
DY7
9 DY8
42 ± 2
DY3 4
52 MAX.
24.0 ± 1.5
50 MAX.
13 MIN.
3±2
40 ± 2
24.0 ± 1.5
13 MIN.
DY4 5
DY2
10 DY9
3
11 P
2
1
DY1
K
DIRECTION OF LIGHT
BOTTOM VIEW
UV WINDOW
FUSED SILICA WINDOW
TPMSA0034EB
Socket
E678-11U
E678-11T (Sold Separately):
For direct soldering to PC board
24
12.4
5.5
5.5
45
30
°
°
18
°
30
DIRECTION
OF LIGHT
13
10.5
3
10.5
4
0.5
3
2.7
12.4
0.5
11
11
TACCA0181EB
TACCA0161EB
OPTIONAL ACCESSORIES
D-Type Socket Assembly
Type No.
E850-13E
Grounded
Electrode /
Supply
Voltage
Polarity
Supply
Voltage
between
Case and
Pins
(V)
Anode / –
1500
Maximum Ratings D
Supply
Voltage
Voltage
between
Divider
Power Supply
Current
Terminals
(V)
(mA)
1250
B
A
0.38
Leakage
Current
in Signal
C
Total
Voltage
Divider
Resistance
Max.
(A)
(MΩ)
Maximum
Linear
Output
in
DC Mode
(µA)
1 × 10-10
3.3
18 (at 1250 V)
Signal
Output
DC/Pulse
E850-22: with SHV, BNC connector
NOTE: A Measured with the maximum supply voltage.
B Measured with a supply voltage of 1000 V.
C The current at which the output linearity is kept within ±5 %.
D Operating temperature range is -20 °C to +50 °C.
E Supplied with a separate mounting flange. See below for assembled dimensions.
Dimensional Outline and Circuit Diagram (Unit: mm)
E850-13
Mounting Flange for E850-13
DY9
10
12.6 ± 0.5
DY8
9
12.4 ± 0.5
DY7
8
DY6
7
DY5
6
HOUSING
(INSULATOR)
POTTING
COMPOUND
R10
C3
R9
C2
R8
C1
2.5
20°
1
2- 3.2
R1
5.0 ± 0.5
10 5
P
R7
R6
R5
DY4
5
DY3
4
DY2
3
DY1
K
2
R1 to R10 : 330 kΩ
C1 to C3 : 10 nF
7.0 ± 0.3
450 ± 10
14.0 ± 0.3
36.0 ± 0.3
SIGNAL GND
SIGNAL OUTPUT
RG-174/U (BLACK)
POWER SUPPLY GND
AWG22 (BLACK)
5
R1
35.0 ± 0.5
0.5 MAX.
11
15.0 ± 0.3
PMT
SOCKET
PIN No.
R4
R3
R2
R1
1
-HV
AWG22 (VIOLET)
TACCA0096EC
TACCA0097EB
13 mm Dia. SIDE-ON COMPACT TYPE
PHOTOMULTIPLIER TUBE SERIES
LENS FOR 1/2 INCH DIAMETER SIDE-ON TYPE PHOTOMULTIPLIER TUBES
The optimized cylindrical lens which can be attached at the entrance window of 1/2 inch side-on photomultiplier tube. This lens helps
the incident light reaches the photocathode efficiently.
With this lens, the effective area widens by the factor of two in case of 1/2" PMT (7.5 mm width). The lens transmits above 300 nm
light only.
Figure 10: Transmittance of Lens
100
TPMSB0191EA
TRANSMITTANCE (%)
90
LENS
LUMINOUS
FLUX
LENS
80
70
60
50
40
30
20
10
0
200
300
400
500
600
700
800
900
TPMSC0042EA
WAVELENGTH (nm)
Lens Material: Acrylic resin
Figure 11: Uniformity
Figure 12: Lens Effect (Ex.: R6358)
250
100
ANODE SENSITIVITY
WITH LENS
WITHOUT LENS
0
X-AXIS (mm)
3.75
6.5
0
3.75
0
50
200
100
PARALLEL LIGHT WITH LENS
DIFFUSED LIGHT WITH LENS
150
100
WITHOUT LENS
50
0
Y-AXIS (mm)
RELATIVE OUTPUT (%)
50
TPMSB0192EA
0
300
LENS
400
500
600
700
800
900
WAVELENGTH (nm)
6.5
Parallel light:
Uniform and sufficiently large area, than the sensitive area size, of the
parallel incident light (40 mm dia.) shall be given to the photomultiplier tube.
MEASUREMENT CONDITIONS
WAVELENGTH: 400 nm
SUPPLY VOLTAGE: -1000 V
A 1 mm diameter spot light (parallel light) is scanned
at the center of the photocathode in X and Y directions.
TPMSC0041EA
Diffused light:
Parallel light (40 mm dia.) is given to the photomultiplier tube through
the diffuser, which locates 10 cm from the tube.
NOTE: The lens only (without photomultiplier tube) is not available.
WARNING ~High Voltage~
The product is operated at high voltage potential. Further, the metal housing of the product is connected to the photocathode (potential) so that it
becomes a high voltage potential when the product is operated at a negative high voltage (anode grounded).
Accordingly, extreme safety care must be taken for the electrical shock hazard to the operator or the damage to the other instruments.
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