Difference: Lightpulser (r3 vs. r2)

Documentation

The light pulser monitoring system is described in the thesis of Christof Motzko, Ruhr-Universität Bochum, April 2012 (in German)

urn:nbn:de:hbz:294-35269

More up to date information can be found in the thesis of Patrick Musiol, Ruhr-Universität Bochum, June 2018 (in German) urn:nbn:de:hbz:294-57322'

Optical fibers

The optical fibers will be Silica / Silica fibers with a Polyimid jacket and a numerical aperture of 0.28. For every crystal 4 optical fibers with a core diameter of 200 µm will be mounted close to each over.

ProducerNameCore diameterCladding diameterBuffer diameterJacket diameterDatasheet
Ceram Optec UV 200/220 P 28 200 µm 220 µm   245 µm Datasheet

Specifications

The light pulser monitoring system has to provide the following functions

  • Monitoring of the photodetector-electronics gain at a precision of 0.1% repeated at the order of minutes. The absolute stability has to be at least 0.1 % at the order of days.
  • Monitoring of the radiation damage of the crystals by comparing the output of the red/green LEDs with the blue LED. Repeated at the order of minutes, possibly within the cycle.
  • Monitoring of the linearity of the electronics: Repeated about every hour during cycle break. Precision about 10% of the resolution.

Energy resolution and corresponding number of pulses:

EnergyEnergy resolutionRequired precisionWidth of LP pulseRequired number of pulses
10 GeV 1% 0.1% 0.3% 10
1 GeV 2.5% 0.25%    
100 MeV 7% 0.7% 4.3% 40
20 MeV 14% 1.4%    

Beam structure and time for light pulses

  • Every 1.8 µs a 400ns break (bucket barrier cavity) -> time for gain checks (not at maximum energy to avoid pileup!)
  • Per cycle o(hour) about 1000s accumulation -> time for linearity checks

Number of light pulser = 44

  • 2 backward EMC
  • 32 barrel EMC
  • 10 forward EMC

Light pulser properties

  • repetition rate 30 Hz

-- ChristofMotzko - 23 Oct 2009

-- FritzHerbertHeinsius- 25 Sep 2012 29 Aug 2018

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