Raspix™ detector

Raspix™ detector
RasPIX™ is the wireless stand-alone radiation camera

Key characteristics

RasPIX™ is a versatile radiation camera with an excellent connectivity. The device employs a state-of-art Timepix sensor developed in CERN. RasPIX can work fully autonomously being remotely controlled via Wi-Fi or it can operate locally in the PC network.

Its ability to recognize individual particles and recognize their energies can be exploited for radiation monitoring (α, β, γ), imaging or tracking. The device can be used for X-ray or neutron imaging as well.


  • Stand-alone data acquisition

  • 100 Mbit Ethernet / Wi-Fi connection

  • Controllable by cell phones and PC via web interface

  • SD card storage, integrated FTP server

  • Power supply and data in a single Ethernet cable

  • Additional battery pack (4.5 h of operation)



RasPIX™ is not a certified dosimetric device. It serves as the first level indicator and monitor of radiation fields allowing identification of radiation type. Radiation protection of people cannot be based on measurements of RasPIX.


Main applications 

Particle tracking Radiation monitoring X-ray color imaging

Technical parameters

Sensor Timepix
Pixel size 55 x 55 µm2
Image resolution 256 x 256
Sensor size 14.1 x 14.1 mm
Maximum frame rate 2 fps (Wi-Fi), 15 fps (Ethernet)
Interface Wi-Fi, Ethernet
Software Included
Power supply 5 V or 12-50 V
Power consumption 5 W
Dimensions (L x W x H) 97 x 65 x 35 (mm)
Weight 275 g
Temperature range 0-70 °C
Humidity 60 % (non-condensing)