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DT5790

Digital Pulse Analyzer
The DT5790 is a complete digital acquisition system for scintillators and other detectors. It is ideally suited for Organic, Inorganic and Liquid Scintillators coupled to photodetectors like PMTs and SiPMs whose pulses can be directly accepted by the board.

In a compact desktop form factor, the DT5790 houses:
  • 2x 250 MS/s and 12-bit waveform digitizer with single-ended analog inputs on BNC connectors. 2 Vpp of input dynamics and adjustable DC offset via a 16-bit DAC on each channel in the full range.
  • 2x ±4 kV 3 mA (4 W max.) HV bias outputs on SHV connectors for detectors driving. HV polarity NEGATIVE, POSITIVE or MIXED selectable by ordering options.
  • 2x ±12 V 100 mA and ±24 V 50 mA Low Voltage bias outputs on DB9 connectors for preamplifiers driving.

The DT5790 operates upon the DPP-PSD firmware, specially developed for Charge Integration and Pulse Shape Discrimination. DPP-PSD is based on an advanced on line Digital Dual Gate Charge Integration allowing an effective data analysis even at high count rate. It performs input signal baseline calculation, self-triggering and double-gate charge integration with programmable parameters, double integration of both prompt and total charge for Pulse Shape Discrimination and pedestal subtraction for energy calculation.

Thanks to the 2-input simultaneous acquisition, the DT5790 is able to manage coincidence and anti-coincidence between a pair of detectors, allowing the user, for example, to easily take advantage of background rejection or anti-Compton techniques.
The module has been designed to operate as a scalable multi-input multi-board acquisition system, offering synchronization capabilities. A CLK IN front panel connector is provided to synchronize the clocks from different boards, as well as digital I/Os can serve for trigger propagation and Start/Stop acquisition management.

The DT5790 houses USB 2.0 and Optical Link interfaces. USB 2.0 allows data transfers up to 30 MB/s. The Optical Link supports transfer rate of 80 MB/s and offers Daisy-chain capability. Therefore, it is possible to connect up to 8/32 DT5790 modules to a single Optical Link Controller (Mod. A2818/A3818).

Operating modes:
  • "Oscilloscope": makes possible to acquire waveforms, either input signals or the outputs of the internal digital filters, for monitoring and parameters tuning
  • "List": parameters like charge, PSD and time stamp are extracted from the pulses.
  • "Pulse Shape Discrimination (PSD)": histogram of the total charge (16k) and 2-D scatter plot of PSD parameter are built at software level.

Software available (Windows and Linux):
CAEN provides drivers for all the different types of physical communication channels, a set of C and LabView libraries (CAENComm and CAENDigitizer), demo applications and utilities:
  • CAENUpgrader: tool that allows the user to update the firmware of the digitizers, change the PLL settings, load, when requested, the license for the pay firmware and other utilities.
  • DPP-PSD Control Software: graphical interface for the DPP-PSD management and the HV / Preamp power supply channels control (Mixed mode not supported).

Mechanical
Dimensions
154 W x 50 H x 164 L mmł (without connectors)
154 W x 50 H x 194 L mmł (including connectors)
Weight
950 g
Analog Input
Input Features
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BNC connector
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Single-ended, DC coupled
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Input range: 2 Vpp
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Impedance: 50 Ω
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Positive and negative signals accepted
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Bandwidth: DC to 125 MHz
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Programmable DC offset adjustment on each input in the full scale range
Number of Inputs
2
ADC
Resolution: 12 bits
Sampling Rate: 250 MS/s simultaneously on each channel
Digital Signal Processing
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Input baseline calculation and subtraction
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Manual trigger threshold adjustment
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Dual gate charge integration
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Pile-up detection and rejection
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Online PSD calculation
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Configurable PSD threshold for Neutron Gamma discrimination
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Time Stamp: 4 ns resolution, 32 bit
Preamplifier Power Supply
Preamp Features
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DB9 connector
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± 12 V, 100 mA output
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± 24 V, 50 mA output
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Output voltage tolerance: 2%
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Voltage ripple < 5 mVpp

Extra Features
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Aux. analog input: 0 ÷ 10 V
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Ext. input for detector's temperature readout
Preamp Outputs
2
High Voltage Power Supply
HV Features
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SHV connector
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4 kV Vset, 3 mA Iset (4 W power limited)
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HV polarity configurable by ordering option
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Vset, Vmon resolution: 0.1 V
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Iset,Imon resolution: 0.05 µA
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User configurable Ramp-Up/Ramp-Down rates independently for each channel:
1÷ 500 V/s range in steps of 1 V/s
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User configurable HV parameters independently for each channel

HV Outputs
2
Safety Features
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OverVoltage/UnderVoltage alarms
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Overcurrent/OverTemperature alarms (Kill or Ramp selectable esc modes)
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Channel Inhibit on DB9 and dedicated BNC connectors, configurable logic by panel switch

Voltage Ripple
3 mVpp (Typ.), 5 mVpp (Max.) @ 1 kV/500 µA
3 mVpp (Typ.), 5 mVpp (Max.) @ 2 kV/1 mA
10 mVpp (Typ.), 15 mVpp (Max.) @ 4 kV/1 mA

Operating Modes
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Pulse Shape Discrimination (PSD): histogram of Total Charge (16k) and 2-D Scatter Plot of PSD parameter (built at SW level)
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List Mode: Total Charge, Prompt Charge and Time Stamp for each event
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Oscilloscope mode: input and internal filters waveforms
Trigger Modes
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Uncorrelated: each channel operates independently (basing on channel self-trigger)
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Correlated: coincidences & anticoincidences among channels AND/OR an external trigger (TRG IN)
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External: channels are triggered by external trigger only (TRG IN)
Front Panel Digital I/Os
CLK-IN (AMP Modu II)
AC coupled differential Input Clock:
LVDS, ECL, PECL, LVPECL, CML
(single ended NIM/TTL available by orderable cable); Jitter<100ppm requested; can be used as external clock reference for single board or to synchronize the clocks of multiple boards, provided through a Fan In.

TRG-IN (LEMO)
External trigger Input: NIM/TTL, Zin = 50 Ω
can be used either to force the event acquisition from all the board channels, or to GATE/VETO the individual channel self-triggers, or in coincidence/anticoincidence with the self-triggers, or to propagate the common trigger in multi-board synchronization (in combination with GPO)
GPO (LEMO)
General Purpose Output: NIM/TTL, Zin = 50 Ω
can be used to propagate the global trigger in multi-board synchronization (in combination with TRG IN), as output register or Run ON/OFF status



GPI (LEMO)
General Purpose Input: NIM/TTL, Zin = 50 Ω
can be used as SYNC/START in multi-board synchronization or Run ON/OFF control
Communication Interface
Optical Link
CAEN CONET proprietary protocol
Up to 80 MB/s transfer rate
Daisy-chain capability: it is possible to connect up to 8 or 32 ADC moduels to a single Optical Link Controller (A2818 or A3838 respectively)
USB
USB2.0 compliant
Up to 30 MB/s transfer rate
Firmware Firmware upgradeable via USB/Optical Link
Software
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Controlled by the DPP-PSD Control Software
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For developers: general purpose C libraries with demo samples available
Power Requirements
Operating Supply Voltage
+12 VDC ± 10%
Consumptions(@ +12 VDC)
3.2 A(*) Typ. ( ± 10% tolerance)

The module is powered by external AC/DC stabilized power supply included in the kit (12 VDC, 45 W)
(*)measured with maximum current charge on preamp outputs and 1kV/1mA (1W) charge on HV outputs
Environmental Operating Conditions
0 - 50°C Temperature range
EMC compliant
Description Release Date OS-Version Environment Download
Driver
Windows DT57xx-N67xx-DT55xx Win32 USB Driver(a) 3.4.8 April, 2013 XP, Vista, 7
Drivers 43.44 KB - Type: .zip Download
Windows DT57xx-N67xx-DT55xx Win64 USB driver 3.4.9 Oct, 2014 x64bit Vista, x64bit 7, 8 (64bit)
Drivers 35.93 KB - Type: .zip Download
Linux DT57xx-N67xx-DT55xx-V1718-N957 Linux USB Driver 1.5.1 August, 2015
Release Notes 4.14 KB - Type: .txt Download
Drivers (Linux kernel 2.6 - 3.x) 8.24 KB - Type: .tgz Download
 
Firmware CONET2 Compliant
Firmware   x720-x790 DPP-PSD FW CONET 2 Compliant 4.3_131.9 July, 2014
Release Notes 4.68 KB - Type: .txt Download
FW Package 862.59 KB - Type: .cfa Download

Related Models
Family Name Description
Digitizer Software CAENDigitizer Library Library of functions for CAEN Digitizers high level management
Digitizer Software CAENUpgrader Firmware Upgrade Tool for Front-end Boards Bridges & VME Power Supply
Digitizer Software DPP-PSD Control Software Software interface for DPP-PSD management
Digitizer Software CAEN DeskBoot Firmware Boot Controller for Front-End NIM and Desktop Digitizers

Notes

  • (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
Code Description
WDT5790XNAAA DT5790N - Dual Digital Pulse Analyzer - 2 HVPS -4kV/3mA (4W), 2 LVPS ±12V/100mA, ±24V/50mA
WDT5790XMAAA DT5790M - Dual Digital Pulse Analyzer - 1HVPS +4kV, 1HVPS -4kV, (3mA 4W), 2LVPS ±12V/100mA ±24V/50mA
WDT5790XPAAA DT5790P - Dual Digital Pulse Analyzer - 2 HVPS +4kV/3mA (4W), 2 LVPS ±12V/100mA, ±24V/50mA
Model Package Function Description Compare
All - Reset
DT5790 Digital Systems for Charge Integration Systems for Charge Integration & Pulse Shape Discrimination Digital Pulse Analyzer
Manuals Last Update
UM3188 - DT5790 Digital Pulse Analyzer User Manual 10 July, 2014
725/730 - DPP-PSD Registers Description 2 October, 2015
UM2580 - DPP-PSD User Manual 2 October, 2015
720/751 - DPP-PSD Registers Description 2 October, 2015
DT5790 & x780 HV Registers Description 02 February, 2016

Precautions for Handling Storage and Installation

Application Notes Last Update
In this application note, we describe the capability of the Digitizer series x720 (12 bit, 250MS/s) to perform neutron-gamma discrimination based upon the digital pulse shape analysis. The digitizer runs the preliminary version of the DPP-PSD firmware for the digital charge integration and neutron-gamma discrimination. AN2506 - Digital Gamma Neutron discrimination with Liquid Scintillators 19 November, 2011
In this application note, Pulse Shape Discrimination between neutrons and gamma rays in liquid scintillators is studied by using DPP-PSD firmware running on CAEN digitizers. The dependence of the Figure of Merit on the digitizer sampling rate and resolution is experimentally determined. Based on "Pulse shape discrimination with fast digitizers", L. Stevanato et al, NIMA 748 (2014) 33-38, DOI: 10.1016/j.nima.2014.02.032 AN3250 - Pulse Shape Discrimination with different CAEN digitizers running DPP-PSD firmware 13 July 2014
Slide Presentations Last Update
An integrated mobile system for port security is presented. The system is designed to perform active investigations, by using the tagged neutron inspection technique, of suspect dangerous materials as well as passive measurements of neutrons and gamma rays to search and identify radioactive and special nuclear materials. Presented at 2011 IEEE Nuclear Science Symposium and Medical Imaging Conference, Valencia, Spain 23-29 October 2011. SP2668 - An integrated mobile system for port security. 27 October, 2011
SP5148 - Digital systems for Multi-Parametric analysis in Physics Applications (India - March 2016) March, 2016
Guides Last Update
The purpose of this guide is to facilitate customer's approach to CAEN Desktop Digitizers and DT5780 (MCA) providing the main guidelines to a first usage, allowing him to familiarize with the hardware, to set up the hardware, to set up the USB drivers and to set up a first connection and communicate between the host station and the board. GD2783 - First Installation Guide to Desktop Digitizers & MCA 29 January, 2013
This guide wants to provide detailed instructions on how to make coincidences with CAEN digitizers series 720, 750 and 724 equipped with Digital Pulse Processing (DPP) firmware. GD2827 - How to make coincidences with CAEN digitizers 23 September, 2013
Scientific Articles Last Update
An integrated mobile system for port security is presented. The system is designed to perform active investigations, by using the tagged neutron inspection technique, of suspect dangerous materials as well as passive measurements of neutrons and gamma rays to search and identify radioactive and special nuclear materials. Presented at the Second International Conference on Advancements in Nuclear Instrumentation, Measurement Methods and their Applications(ANIMMA2011), ICC-Ghent, Belgium 6-9 June 2011. AR2548 - An integrated mobile system for port security. 07 June, 2011
The energy resolution of a LaBr(Ce) detector has been studied as a function of the count rate up to 340 kHz by using a 12bit 250 MS/s V1720 digitizer. The time resolution achieved by processing off line the digitized signals has been also determined. The results are compared with the ones obtained by using standard NIM electronics. Presented at IX Latin American Symposium on Nuclear Physics and Applications (IX LASNPA), EPN-Quito, Ecuador 18-22 July 2011. AR2611 - High Rate Read-Out Of LaBr(Ce) Scintillator With The CAEN V1720 FADC. 19 July, 2011
The detection of special nuclear material has been studied with the SMANDRA mobile inspection system used both as a high sensitivity passive neutron/gamma spectroscopic tool and as an active inspection device using tagged neutrons. Presented at IX Latin American Symposium on Nuclear Physics and Applications (IX LASNPA), EPN-Quito, Ecuador 18-22 July 2011. AR2610 - Special Nuclear Material Detection Studies With The SMANDRA Mobile System. 21 July, 2011
The detection of special nuclear material has been studied with a mobile inspection system used both as a high sensitivity passive neutron/gamma spectroscopic tool and as an active inspection device using tagged neutrons. The detection of plutonium samples seems to be possible with passive interrogation, even for small samples. The passive detection of uranium is much more difficult because of the low neutron yield and of the easiness of shielding the gamma ray. However, we show that active interrogation with tagged neutrons is able to provide signatures for the discrimination of uranium against other heavy metals. AR2613 - Special nuclear material detection with a mobile multi-detector system September, 2011
White Paper Last Update
This White Paper explains the possibilities offered by Digital Pulse Processing algorithms in Nuclear Physics applications: Pulse Triggering and Timing Filters, Pulse Height Analysis (DPP-PHA - Digital MCA), Charge Integration (DPP-CI - Digital QDC), Pulse Shape Discrimination (DPP-PSD - Neutron/gamma Discrimination), Time measurements. WP2081 - Digital Pulse Processing in Nuclear Physics 26 August, 2011

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