(160kV) 3D X-ray Nano-Scale Computed Tomography-FPD

(160kV) 3D X-ray Nano-Scale Computed Tomography-FPD

The (160kV) 3D X-ray Nano-Scale Computed Tomography with Flat Panel Detector (FPD) is an advanced imaging system designed for extremely detailed examination of objects at the nano-scale. Using a powerful 160kV X-ray source, this technology captures detailed 2D X-ray projections as the object rotates. The inclusion of a Flat Panel Detector ensures efficient detection of transmitted X-rays, converting them into electronic signals for digital processing.


Through smart algorithms, a 3D volumetric dataset is carefully reconstructed from the 2D images, offering unprecedented resolution. This innovative approach allows for nano-scale imaging, providing researchers and professionals with detailed insights into the internal structure, composition, and morphology of various materials. The (160kV) 3D X-ray Nano-Scale Computed Tomography-FPD system is at the forefront of cutting-edge imaging technology, with applications ranging from materials science to biological research and industrial analysis.


In the video, a battery sample was recorded using our self-developed nano-CT system at 100 fps and played at 2x speed.

(160kV) 3D X-ray Nano-Scale Computed Tomography-FPD

Excillum NanoTube N3 X-ray Source


The Excillum NanoTube N3 provides geometric-magnification X-ray imaging systems with industry-leading stability and resolution without the need for manual adjusting.


Advanced tungsten-diamond transmission target technology and sophisticated electron optics form the foundation of the Excillum NanoTube N3. Every time, the smallest, roundest spot is produced owing to the automatic e-beam focusing and astigmatism correction.


Moreover, the NanoTube N3 has the distinctive capability of monitoring and reporting the current spot size inside. Furthermore, cutting-edge cooling and thermal design produce extraordinary stability over lengthy exposures. This permits a real resolution of 150 nm lines and spaces.

(160kV) 3D X-ray Nano-Scale Computed Tomography-FPD

Dectris EIGER2 R  CdTe 500K Detector


Number of modules


1 x 1 = 1
Sensor Cadmium Telluride (CdTe) 
Sensor material  Silicon (Si)
Sensor thickness 750 µm 
Pixel size (W x H) 75 µm x 75 µm
Pixel array format (W x H) 1028 pixels x 512 pixels = 526 336 pixels 
Active area (W x H) 77.1mm x 38.4mm = 2977.99mm 2
Intra-module gap 2 pixels wide vertical gap in the center of each module
Defective pixels  < 0.1%
Image bit depth 32 bit or 16 bit
Readout bit depth 16 bits 
Maximum count rate  9.8 × 10 photons/s/mm 2
Adjustable threshold range 4keV to 30keV
Energy range 8keV to 25keV
Number of thresholds two independent thresholds 
Readout time  continuous readout with 100 ns dead time
Maximum frame rate  100 Hz
Point-spread function 1 pixel (FWHM) 
Connection to detector control unit 1 x LC/UPC duplex fiber optic connectors
Power supply  External power supply unit
Software interface HTTP REST interface
Dimensions (W x H x D)  114mm x 92mm x 241.5mm
Weight  3.7kg
Maximum operating altitude  2000m asl 


(160kV) 3D X-ray Nano-Scale Computed Tomography-FPD

Lab Motion Systems RT150ST


Bearing type air bearing
Max. speed 725 RPM
Max.axial load 226N
Radial error motion < 100nm
Axial error motion  < 50nm
Angular accuracy ± 6.9 arcsec
Nominal torque 1.5Nm
Peak torque  2.5Nm
Total mass 6.2kg 

(160kV) 3D X-ray Nano-Scale Computed Tomography-FPD

Lab Motion Systems XY150B-12


Bearing type ball bearing
Stroke ±6mm
Load capacity 10kg
Min. Incr. motion 0.1 µm
Repeatability ±0.2 µm
Speed 0.22mm/s
Total mass 2.1kg
Material coated aluminum
Optimal compatibility