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Mini SiPM Driver

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With its small size of only 10 x 2.5 cm this board features everything you need to get running with a simple scintillation counter. The SiPM power supply is built to support multiple different kinds of SiPMs. The outputs include a raw pulse pin and a single TTL out that can be used for time-over-threshold applications!

By connecting the TTL "INT" pin to an interrupt pin of a microcontroller, you instantly have yourself a simple, but very powerful scintillation counter. It's as easy as that!

Makerfabs is authorized to produce the latest version of the Mini SiD by the designer.

Note: SiPM and scintillator are not included in this kit! These must be purchased separately.


  • Compact design: Total size 100 x 25 mm. 53 x 25 mm area for electronics and additional 47 x 25 mm to mount a small scintillator.
  • Input voltage: 3.2 V - 5.5 V.
  • Low-voltage device: No HV needed like with a photomultiplier tube.
  • SiPM voltage range from 27.5 V to 33.8 V.
  • Low power consumption: < 5 mA @ 5 V in standard operation.
  • Adjustable gain for the SiPM pulses, also affects pulse decay time and therefore dead time.
  • TTL output for counting pulses or time-over-threshold applications.
  • Additional raw pulse output if you want to manipulate the signal or use it for spectroscopy.
  • Dead time only limited by the speed of the scintillator and the gain. Typically < 10 µs.
  • Only needs an additional cheap microcontroller to, for example, build a simple scintillation counter.
  • Reference:

  • GitHub Repository
  • Hackaday Project
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