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High Power Scintillator



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Overview

The D-Pace High Power Scintillator allows for real-time monitoring of ion beams, providing immediate information during beam tuning and scanning. The insertable, water-cooled head has an Alimina coating, which scintillates in a on ion beam. The orientation of the head allows a radiation-resistant camera to view the head, outputting a live video signal which can be viewed by the operator. When not in use, the scintillation head can be retraced, and a protection shutter used to shield the viewport from metallic vapors. The head has a power capability of 2 kW of beam power.

  • Live monitoring of beam shape and intensity.
  • Pneumatic insertion of scintillation head.
  • Viewport shutter for metallic vapors protection.
  • Water-cooled, 2 kW beam power capability.
  • Radiation resistant camera, with remote control unit (can be placed in a low radiation location).
  • Capable of viewing beams over 100 mm square.

Features

BEAM CAPABILITY

 

Max. Beam Power

2 kW

Max. Power Density

0.6 W/mm²

Max. Beam Size

124 mm × 104 mm

CAMERA SYSTEM

 

Camera

Monochrome

Radiation Tolerance

> 3 × 10⁵ rad

Video Outputs

Coaxial & USB 2.0 B

COOLING WATER

 

Min. Water Flow Rate

1.5 L/min

Type & Conductivity

Deionized, > 10 MΩ·cm

Min. Inlet Temperature

20 °C

Connections

1/2" O.D. tube fitting

PNEUMATIC ACTUATOR

& VIEWPORT SHUTTER

Operation

24 V DC Solenoid

Actuator Connections

Ø8 mm push tube fittings

Shutter Connections

Ø4 mm push tube fittings

Limit Switches

Inserted & Retracted, Viewport Open & Closed

Switch Type

N.O. Reed, 5-30 V, 80 mA

MECHANICAL

 

Vacuum Compatability

HV (10⁻⁸ Torr)¹

Flange Sizes

8" CF (DN160 CF)

Dimensions

1484 mm × 459 mm × 355 mm (beam direction)

Weight

73 kg



Download(s)
File Type Date Details
Specification pdf Nov/8/2017 download 450.5KB



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