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A novel type X-ray detector, called PILATUS, has been developed at the Paul Scherrer Institut (PSI) in Switzerland during the last decade. PILATUS detectors are two-dimensional hybrid pixel array detectors, which operate in single-photon counting mode. PILATUS detectors feature a very wide dynamic range (1:1,000,000), very short read out time (< 3.0 msec), no readout noise, and very high counting rate (> 2 × 10 6 counts/sec/pixel). In addition, a lower energy threshold can be set in order todoi:10.1154/1.2912455 fatcat:lp5ikmutprdxhfjmto57k5cq7y