Project Info

A Dresden EBIS-A Facility for Studies of Novel Accelerator Techniques

  • Client: University of Huddersfield
  • Date of launch: Jul, 2011
  • Place: Huddersfield, UK

Description

A small beamline consisting of DREEBIT's strongest room temperature ion source, the Dresden EBIS-A, a Wien filter, ion optical elements, and a diagnostic chamber including a fast Faraday cup, a retarding field analyser, and a pepper-pot emittance meter has been moved to a new accelerator laboratory at the University of Huddersfield. The equipment was formerly installed at SIEMENS laboratories in Erlangen, Germany. At its new location, the beamline will be used to study novel accelerator techniques.

Products

Ion Irradiation Facility - S

An Ultra-Compact Version of DREEBIT's Standard Ion Irradiation Facility

Retarding Field Analyzer

Energy Distribution Analysis of Charged Particle Beams

4 Sector Faraday Cup

Faraday Cup with 4 Additional Electrodes for Beam Positioning

Einzel lenses

Elements for Electrostatic Charged Particle Beam Focussing

Electrostatic Deflectors

Elements for Electrostatic Charged Particle Beam Deflection

Wien Filter

A Compact Setup for Precise A/q Separation

Pepperpot Emittance Meter

A Real-Time Beam Monitoring and Emittance Measurement System

Faraday Cup

Faraday Cup for Low Current Measurements

Dresden EBIS-A

A High Performance Permanent Magnet Electron Beam Ion Source

Spare Electron Guns

EBIT and EBIS-A Spare Guns for Quick Cathode Replacement