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Educational Kit - Premium Version
CAEN realized dierent modular Educational Kits.The set-up are all based on Silicon Photomultipliers (SiPM) state of-the-art sensor of light with single photon sensitivity and unprecedented photon number capability. The goal is to inspire students and guide them towards the analysis and comprehension of different physics phenomena with a series of experiments based on state-of-the art technologies, instruments and methods.

What's Inside

SP5600 PSU photo
The SP5600 is a General purpose Power Supply and Amplification Unit, integrating up to two SiPMs in a mother & daughter architecture allowing for easy mounting and replacement of the sensors. The basic configuration features two channels with indipendent gain control up to 50 dB and provides the bias voltage (up to 100 V) to the sensors with gain stabilization. Each channel can provide a digital output generated by the fast leading edge discriminators. A timing coincidence of the two channels is also available.
DT5720A photo
The DT5720A is a CAEN Desktop Waveform digitizer housing 2 channels 12 bit 250 MS/s ADC with a dedicated charge integrating firmware (DPP-PSD) for real time pulse processing.
A315 photo
The Mod. A315 splits one input on two output signals. All the connectors are LEMO female type. The splitter is adapted for 50 Ohm lines. The device is completely passive (no power supply is required); the amplitude on each output is one half of that on the input.
SP5608 photo
The SP5601 is an ultra-fast LED Driver with pulse width at ns level, tunable intensity and frequency, that provides a low-cost tool for the detector characterization. The LED pulse generation can be triggered by an internal oscillator or by an external pulser.
SP5608 photo
The SP5650C is a sensor holder provided in the Educational Photon kit. The holder hosts a 1.3x1.3 mm2 Silicon Photo- Multipliers; moreover, a probe inside the holders senses temperature variations, thus allowing the user to compensate for possible gain instability. The SP5650C is made of a mechanical structure providing a FC fiber connector and a PCB where the SiPM is soldered.
SP5608 photo
The SP5608 is a support with a embedded plastic scintillating tile, directly coupled to a SiPM . The tile, with a sensitive volume of 47 x 47 x 10 mm3, is the ideal tool for tests with beta emitting isotopes and cosmic rays. The support structure allows to use the SP5608 stand-alone or to use two tile modules to build a cosmic telescope.
SP5606 photo
SP5606 is mini-spectrometer for gamma ray detection. The spectrometer is composed of a mechanical structure that houses a scintillating crystal, coupled to a dedicated SiPM. Three different crystals are available: CsI, LYSO and BGO. The spectrometer is equipped with a bottom support to allows an easy connection to the SP5600 via the splitter A315, to avoid saturation effects.
SP5607 photo
The Gamma absorption tool allows to perform gamma attenuation measurements. It is a modular tool and its design allows an easy connection to the SP5606 bottom support.

(2) N93B Dual Timer is also necessary to perform this experiment.

SP5600 General Purpose Power Supply and Amplification Unit
- 154 x 71 x 43 mm3
- 2 SIPM Heads
Power Supply:
- Vbias: 0 ÷ 120 V
- Max Current: 100 µA
- Temp. Feedback Res.: 0.1 °C
Wideband amplifier:
- Gain: 0 ÷ 50 dB (step: 1 dB)
- Bandwidth (-3dB): 100 kHz ÷ 500 MHz
- Output dynamic range: ±2V
- Discriminator threshold: ±800mV (step: 25µV)
DT5720A Desktop Digitizer
- 1154x50x164 mm3 (WxHxD)
Analog Input:
- 2 channels (MCX 50 Ohm)
- Single-ended
- Input range: 2 Vpp
- Bandwidth: 125 MHz
- DAC Offset: ± FSR/2
Digital conversion:
- Resolution: 12 bit
- Sampling rate: 250 MS/s
- Optical Link
Digital Pulse Processing
- Digital Pulse Processing for charge Integration
A315 Splitter - Connectors: LEMO
- Adapted for 50 Ohm lines
- Completely passive
SP5606 Mini Spectrometer - Directly coupled to a SiPM 6 x 6 mm2
- Crystals (6 x 6 x 15 mm3): LYSO, BGO, CsI
- Temperature feedback sensor embedded
SP5607 Absorption tool
- 4 mm thick (nr.1)
- 10 mm thick (nr. 5)
Aluminium Absorbers:
- 4 mm thick (nr.1)
- 10 mm thick (nr. 5)
IPMMA Absorbers:
- 4 mm thick (nr.1)
- 10 mm thick (nr. 5)
SP5601 LED Driver
- 79 x 42 x 102 mm3 (WxHxD)
LED specification:
- Wavelength: 405 nm (Violet)
- Pulse Width: 8 ns (Typ.)
Operating Modes:
- Tunable intensity and repetition rate
- Output frequency: From 500 Hz to 5 MHz
- Triggered via internal pulse generator, or via external source
Terminated optical fiber included
SP5650C Embedded SiPM: Hamamatsu MPPC S13360-1350CS 1.3x1.3 mm2 Active Area, Temperature feedback sensor embedded
SP5608 Scintillating Tile - Scintillating Material: Polystyrene
- Sensitive Volume: 47x47x10 mm3
- Directly coupled to a SiPM 6 x 6 mm2
- 20 Paper and Aluminum sheets are included
- Temperature feedback sensor embedded
Description Release Date OS-Version Environment Download
Windows DT57xx-N67xx-DT55xx Win32 USB Driver(a) 3.4.9 July, 2016 7/8/8.1/10 (32-bit)
Drivers 32.5 KB - Type: .zip Download
Windows DT57xx-N67xx-DT55xx Win64 USB driver August, 2018 10 (64bit)
Drivers 49.18 KB - Type: .zip Download
Windows DT57xx-N67xx-DT55xx Win64 USB driver 3.4.9 July, 2016 8.1 (64bit)
Drivers 34.61 KB - Type: .zip Download
Windows DT57xx-N67xx-DT55xx Win7_8_x64 USB driver 3.4.9 July, 2016 7/8 (64-bit)
Drivers 35.67 KB - Type: .zip Download
Windows SP5600 USB driver 2.0.0 July, 2016 7/8/8.1/10 (32 - 64 bit)
Drivers 6.87 KB - Type: .zip Download
Firmware CONET2 Compliant
Firmware   DT5720/N6720 DPP-CI Firmware 3.8_130.2 April, 2017
Release Notes 3.69 KB - Type: .txt Download
FW Package 285.48 KB - Type: .rbf Download
Control Software
Windows SiPM Kit Control Software(*) 00.29 April, 2017 Windows 7 or Greater
SW Package 2.54 MB - Type: .zip Download
Release Notes 2.48 KB - Type: .txt Download


  • (a) IMPORTANT!
    DT57xx-N67xx-DT55xx Win32 USB Driver rel. 3.4.7 or above:
    - requires installation of Windows CAENVMELib library rel. 2.4 or above
    - does not work with: CAEN WaveDump rel . < 3.5.0; CAENUpgrader rel. < 1.3.0: DPP-PHA Control Software rel. < 1.1.0; DPP-PSD Control Software rel. < 1.1.0
  • (*) IMPORTANT!
    - SiPMkit_ControlSoftware rel. 00.6-build_20120520 or higher:
    - requires LabVIEW Run-Time Engine 2009 SP1 - (32-bit Standard RTE) and Microsoft Visual C++ 2010 x86
    - does not work with DT57xx-N67xx-DT55xx-DT5780 Win32 USB Driver rel. < 3.4.7
Code Description
WK5600XANAAA SP5600AN - Educational Kit - Premium Version
Model Package Function Description Compare
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SP5600AN Educational Kits Nuclear & Modern Physics Kits Educational Kit - Premium Version
SP5600C Educational Kits Nuclear & Modern Physics Kits Educational Gamma Kit
SP5600D Educational Kits Nuclear & Modern Physics Kits Educational Beta Kit
SP5600E Educational Kits Nuclear & Modern Physics Kits Educational Photon Kit
SP5600EMU Educational Kits Nuclear & Modern Physics Kits Emulation Kit
SP5700 Educational Kits Nuclear & Modern Physics Kits EasyPET
SP5701 Educational Kits Nuclear & Modern Physics Kits EasyPET Kit
Manuals Last Update
SP5600AN Educational Kit - Premium Version Content 21 July, 2016

Precautions for Handling Storage and Installation

Guides Last Update
This QuickStart Guide contains basic information and examples that will let you use SP5600C Educational Gamma Kit in few steps GD5484 - SP5600AN Educational Kit - Premium Version QuickStart Guide 1 September, 2016
Data Sheet Last Update
SP5601 is a fast LED driver and represents the ideal tool for SiPM tests and characterization, through a triggered light burst of intensity down to a few photons and up to a number saturating the sensors. The SP5601 features tuneable intensity and repetition rate: the LED driver can be triggered either via the internal pulse generator, or via an external source; the optical signal is routed to the sensor through a fibre, FC interfaced. DS2477 - SP5601 Led Driver 10 December 2014
USB2 programmable 2 Channels Power Supply and Amplification Unit provided in the SiPM kits. SP5600 supplies the bias for the sensor, features a wide band amplifier with programmable gain from 1 - 50db and fast leading edge discriminator and time coincidence logic. DS2626 - SP5600 Power Supply and Amplification Unit 10 January, 2018
The SP5650 is the family of sensor holders provided in the SiPM kits. The holders host a 1x1 mm2 Silicon PhotoMultipliers; moreover, a probe inside the holders senses temperature variations, thus allowing the user to compensate for possible gain instability. The holders are designed to fit a large number of SiPM pin-outs and packages. DS2628 - SP5650 Sensor Holder for SP5600 SiPM Kit 1st January, 2018
Educational Notes Last Update
An educational experiment based on a SiPM set-up is proposed in this Educational Note, guiding the student towards a comprehensive knowledge of this sensor technology while experiencing the quantum nature of light and exploring the statistical properties of the light pulses emitted by a LED. arXiv:1308.3622v1 [physics.ins-det]. ED3127 - An Educational Kit Based on a Modular Silicon Photomultiplier System 30 June 2014
This Note describes a method for the characterisation of the after-pulses in in Silicon Photomultipliers. The after-pulsing probability in SiPM and its time constant are obtained measuring the mean number of photo-electrons in a variable time window following a light pulse. The method, experimentally simple and statistically robust due to the use of the Central Limit Theorem, has been applied to an HAMAMATSU MPPC S10362-11-100C. ED3235 - A simple and robust method to study after-pulses in Silicon Photomultipliers 26 June, 2014
A widely used method for subtracting the background under a photopeak is provided by the Sensitive Nonlinear Iterative Peak (SNIP) algorithm. This Note reports a validation procedure of the SNIP algorithm, based on the invariance of the photo-peak area for different background levels. ED3163 - Background removal procedure based on the SNIP algorithm for γ-ray spectroscopy with CAEN Edu-Kit October 2013
Experiment Guides Last Update
Characterization of a SiPM detector using an ultra-fast pulsed LED. Estimation of the main features of the detector at fixed bias voltage. SG6011 - SiPM Characterization May 2016
Study the dependence of the main SiPM figures of merit on the bias voltage. Measurement of the breakdown voltage and identification of the optimal working point. The experiment requires the use of the LED source included in the kit. SG6012 - Dependence of the SiPM Properties on the Bias Voltage May 2016
Gain, noise and photon detection efficiency (at fixed bias voltage) are affected by temperature. The student is driven through the measurement of the dependence of these critical figures. SG6013 - Temperature Effects on SiPM Properties May 2016
Gamma radioactivity detection by using a system composed of a scintillating crystal coupled to a photon detector. SG6111 - Detecting Gamma-Radiation May 2016
Study the statistical distribution of the counting rates of a gamma radioactive source. Comparison of the data to the Poisson distribution, turning into a Gaussian as the mean number of counts grows. The study can be performed both experimentally, with the SiPM kit or simulating it with the emulation kit. SG6112 - Poisson and Gaussian Distribution May 2016
The analysis of the spectrum of the deposited energy by a Ī³ ray in a detector discloses the essence of the interaction of high energy photons with matter and allows to learn by doing the detector related effects. SG6113 - Energy Resolution May 2016
Recording and comparing the Ī³ energy spectra of several radioactive sources is the main goal of the experiment. The photo-peaks are used to calibrate the response of the system and to measure the energy resolution. SG6114 - System Calibration: Linearity and Resolution May 2016
Compare the basic characteristics of different scintillating crystals, namely the light yield and the decay time of the scintillation light. Verify the effect on the energy resolution. SG6115 - A Comparison of Different Scintillating Crystals: Light Yield, Decay Time and Resolution May 2016
The main goal of the experiment is the measurement of the gamma radiation attenuation coefficient for different materials and different energies. SG6116 - Gamma-Radiation Absorption May 2016
To get acquainted with a set-up based on a plastic scintillator tile coupled to a Silicon Photo-multiplier. SG6121 - Response of a Plastic Scintillating Tile May 2016
After gamma spectrometry, the student is introduced to the measurement and interpretation of beta spectra, using a plastic scintillator tile. SG6122 - Beta Spectroscopy May 2016
Attenuation measurement of the intensity of beta radioactive source as a function of the absorber thickness by using two absorber materials: aluminium and paper sheets. SG6123 - Beta Radiation: Transmission through Matter May 2016
Estimate of the instrument sensitivity in the measurement of thin layer thickness by beta particle attenuation. SG6124 - Beta Radiation as a Method to Measure Paper Sheet Grammage and Thin Layer Thickness May 2016
Cosmic rays detection by using a system composed of a plastic scintillating tile directly coupled to a Silicon Photomultiplier detector. SG6211 - Muons Detection May 2016
Measurement of the muon vertical flux on a plastic scintillating tile. Estimation of the detection efficiency of the system by comparison between the expected rate and the measured one. SG6212 - Muons Vertical Flux on Horizontal Detector May 2016
Exploring the quantum nature of light thanks to bunches of photons emitted in a few nanoseconds by an ultra-fast LED and sensed by a state-of-the-art detector, a Silicon Photomultiplier (SiPM). SG6221 - Quantum Nature of Light May 2016
Statistical properties of the light pulses emitted by a LED driver. SG6222 - Hands-on Photon Counting Statistics May 2016
Determination of the ratio of the effective cross-sections due to Compton and Photoelectric effects as a function of photons energy. SG6117 - Photonuclear cross-section / Compton Scattering cross-section May 2016

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