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A crucial part of any scintillator–based spectroscopy experiment is the photomultiplier tube (PMT) and its associate electronics, typically coming in the form of a PMT adapter responsible for amplifying and digitizing the record pulses. Commercial adapters are typically expensive, therefore a more practical and costless solution is in dire need. In the present work, a light–weight, portable electronic circuit was constructed from scratch based on the open–access Theremino design  to play thedoi:10.12681/hnps.1829 fatcat:aoqybqpr4vgojoden4jufm645a