- Posted by Juan Moreno Echarri
- On August 26, 2021
Alter Technology has developed a test setup capable of electrically characterize the radiation sensors at temperatures of 500°C and higher.
Within the framework of the Graphene-enhanced RAdiation detector on Silicon Carbide for harsh Environments (GRACE) project, Alter Optoelectronics laboratory in Madrid, Spain, has developed a test setup capable of electrically characterize the radiation sensors at temperatures of 500°C and higher.
The electrical characterization has not only to be able of heating a device up to 500°C but needs to meet four conditions and perform to validate the sensorsin fully representative conditions inside a fusion reactor. The setup developed by Alter Optoelectronics laboratory has been used successfully onto dummy sensors with the required accuracy and repeatability level necessary to test the final devices.
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