E2 ROSY® AX106
Real-Time Data Acquisition and Processing System
ROSY® AX106 was developed for real-time acquisition of signals generated by CIVIDEC diamond detectors. ROSY® AX106 provides dedicated real-time applications for beam loss, neutron and X-ray diagnostics. Data is transmitted via Ethernet from the embedded Linux-based device server to the user´s control system or desktop. A graphical user interface provides an efficient online monitoring and data storage.
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OPTIONSAn integrated power supply can be provided with ROSY®:
- ±500 V @ ±1 mA for detector bias voltage supply.
- +12 V @ 400 mA for the power supply of our AC-coupled amplifiers.
- ±15 V @ ±150 mA for the power supply of our DC-coupled amplifiers.
DOWNLOAD THE PRODUCT INFORMATION
This product information download contains the following CIVIDEC documents :
- E2 data sheet
Beam Loss Monitors at LHC
Diamond Beam Loss Monitors are in use as fast beam loss monitors at the CERN-LHC, Geneva/Switzerland, since 2010. They are used to measure beam losses synchronous to the revolution period of the accelerator. The dedicated electronic chain of the Diamond Beam Loss Monitors includes AC-DC splitters to allow measuring bunch-to-bunch losses as well as the integrated loss on the DC path. For the real-time analysis of the LHC Diamond Beam Loss Monitors ROSY® AX106 is in operation as time loss histogram monitor.http://home.cern/topics/large-hadron-collider
Diamond Detectors in CROCUS
A reactor physics research campaign at the CROCUS reactor at EPFL, Lausanne/Switzerland, has led to the development of our compact design detectors. The A7 Diamond Thermal-Neutron Monitor is used with a compact B6-C detector for in-core measurements at this research reactor. ROSY® provides the spectra of thermal neutrons, γ and fast-neutrons in real-time with the Selective Spectroscopy Application.http://lrs.epfl.ch/
Neutron beam characterization at ATI
At the Institute of Atomic and Subatomic Physics of the Technische Universität Wien, the B6 Thermal-Neutron Diamond Detector was used in 2017 to characterize the new white neutron beam line. Beam profile, neutron flux, γ-background and the amount of fast neutrons in this new beam line was measured in real-time with ROSY®.https://ati.tuwien.ac.at/startpage/EN/