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A2 DIAMOND BEAM POSITION MONITOR
Locating Charged Particle Beams
The A2 Diamond Beam Position Monitor is made to precisely measure the beam position of charged particle beams. It is used in fixed experimental beam lines at high-energy physics laboratories, in order to measure and control the beam position and intensity. The position of bunched as well as continuous charged particle beams is measured with this beam position monitoring system.

The energy loss and lateral scattering is kept to a minimum with the beam-intercepting four-quadrant pCVD detector.
Position measurement of high-intensity beams
FEATURES
Detector type:
4-Quadrant Diamond Detector
Sensor thickness:
100 μm
Number of Pads:
4
Pad Size:
3 mm x 3 mm
Amplifiers (4 pieces):
C2 Broadband Amplifier, 2 GHz, 40 dB
OPTIONS
The A2 Diamond Beam Position Monitor can be adapted to specific applications:
  • For high-intensity beams the pCVD diamond sensor can optionally be equipped with a 3 mm beam pass-through for beam halo measurements.
  • With our C8 Electrometer Amplifiers the A2 Diamond Beam Position Monitor is optimized for position measurements of continuous beams.
  • Diamond Beam Position Monitoring System including ROSY® AX106 with Beam Position Application, for real-time beam position monitoring.
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A2 Diamond Beam Position Monitor

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RELEVANT PROJECTS
Beam Position Monitors at CERN
The Diamond Beam Position Monitor is in operation at the HiRadMat Facility at CERN, where it is used as beam halo detector to precisely measure the beam position of the bunched high-intensity proton beam with 25 ns bunch spacing.
https://espace.cern.ch/hiradmat-sps/Wiki%20Pages/Home.aspx
RELEVANT PUBLICATIONS
A novel diamond-based beam position monitoring system for the High Radiation to Materials facility at CERN SPS
B. Lindström, Master Thesis Linköping University, 2015

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