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The NIM (Nuclear Instrumentation Module) standard was first defined by the U.S. Atomic Energy Commission in 1968-1969. The idea was to realize a flexible and simple system based on interchangeable modular electronics for experimental particle and nuclear physics. The goal was completely accomplished, since still nowadays NIM Modules are in widespread use all around the world in experimental physics, either big projects or small laboratories. It's chosen especially in applications that can gain advantage of its simplicity and low noise feature. For these reasons CAEN keep on offering a wide selection of NIM instrumentation for test setup and data acquisition. An example of what this standard still can do is visible in heavy ions experiments, for which CAEN developed an all new solution for charge/mass identification.