Strip-shaped pixels form a 1-D position sensing detector with energy resolution 350eV
320 strips on 0.125mm pitch -> 40mm total length and twelve 32-channel ASICs
Strips 8mm long
Sample-detector distance = 263mm
-> 8.7 degrees coverage, 0.03 degrees / strip
13 measurements spaced 7.5 degrees apart, each 1 second count time
Total 20 second scan
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