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Proposal to Test Improved Radiation Tolerant Silicon Photomultipliers. F. Barbosa , J. McKisson , J. McKisson , Y. Qiang , E. Smith, D. Weisenberger , C. Zorn Jefferson Laboratory, Newport News, VA. GlueX overview. Slide 2. Barrel Calorimeter - BCAL. Slide 3.

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proposal to test improved radiation tolerant silicon photomultipliers

Proposal to Test Improved Radiation Tolerant Silicon Photomultipliers

F. Barbosa, J. McKisson, J. McKisson, Y. Qiang, E. Smith, D. Weisenberger, C. Zorn

Jefferson Laboratory, Newport News, VA

bcal photodetector
BCAL Photodetector
  • Gain ~ 106
  • Immune to strong magnetic fields
  • Noise = 24 MHz per array
  • Total SiPMs needed = 3,840
  • 48 modules x 40 SiPMs x 2 sides
  • 4x4 array of 3x3 mm2SiPM cells
  • 50 µm microcells
  • 57,600 microcells per array
  • Photon Detection Efficiency (PDE) > 20%

Slide 5

sipm readout temperature control
SiPM Readout – Temperature Control
  • SiPMs will be cooled to 5°C
  • This will reduce dark noise and minimize effects of neutron irradiation
  • Downtime  SiPMs will be heated to ~40°C
  • Achieve post-irradiation anneal to residual level

Slide 6

circulation of dry nitrogen or air
Circulation of dry nitrogen (or air)

All wedges are connected and dry nitrogen flows throughout the readout volume to keep moisture out.

Slide 7

a bit of history
A Bit of History

Example SiPM – V. Golovin, Z. Sadygov NIM A504 (2003) 48

Array of microcell G-APDs readout in parallel – sum binary signal into analog sum

Slide 8

multipixel geiger mode apd
Multipixel Geiger mode APD

 Silicon PMT

Slide 9

g apd structures
G-APD Structures

Hamamatsu

SensL

“p on n”

Higher breakdown voltage (70V)

Blue-peaked sensitivity

Less dark noise

“n on p”

Lower breakdown voltage (30V)

Green-red sensitivity

More dark noise

Slide 10

silicon photomultiplier
Silicon Photomultiplier

Uniform gain – 105 – 106

Resolve single photons

Sum the pixels – Nsignal ~ Nγ for Nγ « Npixels

Slide 11

first signals from hamamatsu unit
First Signals from Hamamatsu Unit

Source – fast blue LED

OuputRisetime – 13-14 ns

Output Width – 75 ns

Low amplitude – 18 mV

High amplitude – 2.2 V

Slide 15

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Delayed avalanche

1 spe

2 spe

Dark Noises

Slide 17

effect of excessive bias in hamamatsu mppc
Effect of excessive bias in Hamamatsu MPPC

50 μm @ Vop

50 μm @ Vop + 1.0 v

Slide 18

hamamatsu japan
Hamamatsu (Japan)

For bioimaging

For GlueX

Slide 20

dark rate vs temperature
Dark Rate vs Temperature

Ref: Lightfoot et al., J. Inst., Oct. 2008

Slide 21

breakdown voltage vs temperature
Breakdown Voltage vs Temperature

Ref: Lightfoot et al., J. Inst., Oct. 2008

Slide 22

gain vs temperature
Gain vs Temperature

Vbr as temp. decreases

Ref: Lightfoot et al., J. Inst., Oct. 2008

Slide 23

gain vs temperature @ constant overbias
Gain vs Temperature@ Constant Overbias

Ref: Lightfoot et al., J. Inst., Oct. 2008

Slide 24

pde vs temperature @ constant overbias
PDE vs Temperature@ Constant Overbias

Ref: Lightfoot et al., J. Inst., Oct. 2008

Slide 25

implication for temperature stability
Implication for Temperature Stability

Hamamatsu

±56 mV

1°C -> 56 mV in Vbr

≈ 10% change in amplitude

Vop

Slide 26

temperature stability
Temperature & Stability
  • At Constant Overbias Gain independent of Temperature
  • Same goes for PDE
  • Gain varies rapidly with Overbias (1-4 volts)
    • Output Response strongly dependent upon Temperature
    • Temperature should be stable for Stable Output
  • Dark Rate dependent upon Overbias
  • Dark Rate decreases rapidly with decreasing Temperature
    • Dark Rate can be improved with Temperature Control

Slide 27

jlab workstation gain pde dark rate crosstalk
JLAB Workstation – Gain, PDE, Dark Rate, Crosstalk

Neutral Density Filters

0,0.1%,1%,10%,100%

20%,40%,60%,80%

Narrow Band Filter

470+10 nm

Temperature SiPM Bias

Collimating

Lens

MPPC Array

16 channels

Onboard preamp

(x64/chn)

USB/VME DAQ

Diffuser

Pulse

Generator

Gate

V792 32ch QDC

Can also acquire waveforms for further analysis

dark rate, crosstalk, delayed pulses

Slide 28

jlab workstation light source calibration
JLAB Workstation – Light Source Calibration

Neutral Density Filters

0,100%,10%,1%,0.1%

20%,40%,60%,80%

Photons

mm2

Narrow Band Filter

470 + 10 nm

Pico

Ammeter

Collimating Lens

Hamamatsu S2281

Calibrated diode

(100 mm2)

Diffuser

Blue LED

Pulse

Generator

Liquid Light Guide

Slide 29

some 1 st article results
Some 1st Article Results

At Nominal Gain

7.5 x 105

PDE = 26%

DR = 24 MHz

Slide 30

gamma irradiation
Gamma Irradiation

40 Gy

For GlueX => < 2 Gy/10 yrs

Slide 32

irrad with cs 137 source to 20 gy
Irrad with Cs-137 source to 20 Gy

Renorm dark current vs T and apply to Irrad Data

No discernible effect

Slide 35

minimal effect from irradiation
Minimal Effect from γ Irradiation

1% drop

Monitor Pulse Height to 2 krad

Good to 2 krads (20 Gy)

Slide 36

neutron irradiations
Neutron Irradiations
  • Literature shows high energy neutrons can be ~ x10 worse in their damage on silicon device vs photons
  • Inhouse JLAB simulations shows ~ > 108cm-2 (1 Meveqv) neutrons per year
  • Variety of initial neutron irradiations at JLAB – both uncontrolled (Hall A background) and with controlled AmBe source
    • PDE and Gain don’t seem affected
    • Dark noise rises linearly with dose
    • Dose rate – can anneal out some damage to residual level
    • Anneal rate strongly temperature sensitive

Slide 37

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D’oh!

Slide 39

how to extend the lifetime
How to Extend the Lifetime?
  • Expected Running efficiency  1/3
  • Run SiPMs at lower temperature
    • 5°C with 1/3 Dark Noise
  • During Beam downtimes – run at elevated temperature (~40°C) to rapidly anneal to residual level
  • Cool down to 5°C for Beam On and continue
  • With this prescription, expect:
    • for H2 target  8-10 years
    • for He target  5-7 years
  • Conclusion – dodged that bullet.....for now

Slide 40

a need for some extra r d
A Need for some Extra R&D
  • Hamamatsu has already approached JLAB in collaborative venture to try out – perhaps – more rad-hard samples
  • GlueX (Hall D) already committed to 4,000 of present version – no more tweaks
  • JLAB Detector Group in good position to continue rad tolerance R&D with low impact on other activities
  • This can benefit the physics community as a whole
  • As minimum – provide some funding to Hamamatsu to spur on R&D at their end
  • Also need some funding to tweak the setup – GlueXSiPM work will overflow into this to help

Slide 41

funding request
Funding request
  • Sample cost (Hamamatsu)….$35,000
  • Setup improvements………...$ 5,000
  • JLAB overhead……………….$17,000 (42%)
  • TOTAL…………$57,000

Slide 43