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Current NML Layout. Current NML Layout. Overall length of building is 72M 3 cryomodules with feed and end cans ~40M Not enough room for both photoinjector and downstream diagnostics before beam dump Decision made to install first cryomodule with space for photoinjector and CCII

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current nml layout1
Current NML Layout
  • Overall length of building is 72M
    • 3 cryomodules with feed and end cans ~40M
    • Not enough room for both photoinjector and downstream diagnostics before beam dump
    • Decision made to install first cryomodule with space for photoinjector and CCII
    • Physical layout of modulators and relay racks not yet determined
    • Network fiber to NML installation
      • Cryo fiber between lab B and NML – done
      • Fiber from NML to training center to mac room – in progress
current nml layout2
Current NML Layout
  • Two 5MW Klystrons: RF gun and cryomodule
    • Embedded processor for modulator control and interlocks
    • eCos operating system with custom protocol for Epics interface
    • Beta version of Epics application ready
  • Two 500KW Klystrons: CCI (from photoinjector) and CCII
    • Modulator control needs interface
  • Possibly two low power 3.9 GHz klystrons
slide4

Current NML Layout

  • RF Interlocks
    • Embedded processor for control and interlocks
    • Testing/debugging at CCII
    • Will be used for 3.9GHz coupler conditioning test stand
    • Epics interface and conditioning sequencer
slide5

Current NML Layout

  • Cryo Controls
    • Existing GUI for various cryo subsystems at MDB. NML will be similar, need input from cryo people.
    • Have archive and plot applications, working on save/restore
  • LLRF
    • Simcon 3.1f (Fermi version) Gustavo Cancelo et al.
    • Doocs
    • Epics
slide6

Current NML Layout

  • The photoinjector at A0
    • Most everything will be moved to NML
      • The control system (IRMs) does not necessarily move
    • 62 Power supplies: A/D, D/A, status, control
    • 66 Misc. A/Ds: vacuum, temperatures, etc.
    • 13 Stepping motors
    • 35 Digital control & status devices: flag actuators, gate valves, camera lights, video mux
    • 3 Servo motors: cave, laser, and transport iris
    • 20 Event plus delay timer/gate channels
    • 12 2MHz digitizer channels
current nml layout3
Current NML Layout
  • The Schedule
    • First cryomodule arrives July 2007
      • Cryo, vacuum, and RF interlocks controls available
    • RF interlocks commissioning and coupler conditioning (warm) into winter of 2007
    • Dismantle/move photoinjector late summer 2007
    • Gun will be ready ~December 2007
    • Second cryomodule in 2008
current nml layout4
Current NML Layout
  • Some Questions
    • Clock/Timing system
      • The existing clock system is adequate for initial conditioning. What are the requirements for NML?
    • Data acquisition and control
      • Power supply control
      • Danfysik power supplies for solenoids and spectrometer magnet
      • Generic A/Ds, stepping motors, gate valves, etc.
      • Special applications
    • Machine Protection System (MPS)
      • 40KW beam power can burn holes