The pixel size quoted for the area detectors is the effective size, after the phosphor screen and camera optics, not the pixel size on the CCD chip.
Detection System Dimension Channel
Size
Number of
Channels
Dynamic
Range
Minimum
Readout
Where?
Pin Diode 0 20x20mm 1 212   Portable
Frelon2K 2 48x49µm 2048x2048 216 125 ms 1st hutch
Frelon4M 2 50x50µm 2048x2048 216 256 ms 3nd Hutch 
Sensicam CCD 2 1.3x1.3 µm 1376x1024 212 30 ms 3nd hutch

 

The main 'work horses' of ID11 are the diffraction and tomography detectors which are all based on the FReLoN detector. Farfield diffraction data is collected with the 'taper' version of the camera, of which ID11 has two, a FReLoN 2K (atmel chip) which is usually installed in EH1 and a FReLoN 4m (Kodak chip) usually installed in EH3.

The tomography detectors are all permanently installed in EH3 and again, there is a FReLoN 4m and FReLoN 2K available:

White beam detector

This detector has the objective lense perependicular to, and so outside of the direct beam. This means it can be used with the full energy range of the beamline. It is usually used with the atmel camera.

CCD Eyepiece Objective lense Magnification Effective pixel size (microns) Field of view (mm)
F2K 14 1.0 2 2 7.00 14.336
F2K 14 1.0 5 5 2.80 5.734
F2K 14 1.0 10 10 1.40 2.867
F2K 14 2.0 2 4 3.50 7.168
F2K 14 2.0 5 10 1.40 2.867
F2K 14 2.0 10 20 0.70 1.434
F2K 14 2.5 2 5 2.8 5.734
F2K 14 2.5 5 12.5 1.12 2.294
F2K 14 2.5 10 25 0.56 1.147

 

The revolver tomography detector

This is usually mounted with the Kodak chip FReLoN camera. The objective lense is located in the path of the direct beam, so the energy range used with this camera is limited to 40 keV.

CCD Eyepiece Objective lense Magnification Effective pixel size (microns) Field of view (mm)
F4M 24 2.5 4 10 2.4 4.915
F4M 24 2.5 10 25 0.96 1.966
F4M 24 2.5 20 50 0.48 0.983
F4M 24 3.1 4 12.4 1.94 3.96
F4M 24 3.1 10 31 0.77 1.585
F4M 24 3.1 20 62 0.39 0.792