PR.SS40 Layout database|
On the blue table, a bumper dipole and an octupole magnet.
At the right, close to the magnet, a vacuum sector valve.
PR.SS41 Layout database|
The orange box in the middle is a quadrupole doublet. The section
is otherwise empty. In the background, the injection line coming
from the Booster.
PR.SS42 Layout database|
To the left, a bumper dipole magnet.
To its right the vacuum tank containing
SMH42. This septum is used to inject protons from
the Booster into the PS.
The foil covered object in the foreground is an ion pump.
PR.SS43 Layout database|
At the left, between the pole pieces of the bending magnet,
CODD pick-up 43. This is the first pick-up to see the
proton beams after injection.
On the blue table, an injection bumper dipole magnet.
PR.SS44 Layout database|
At the left, a beam current transformer and at the right, a bumper
PR.SS45 Layout database|
This device is used to inject protons into the PS.
Between the pole pieces of the bending magnet, one
of the pick-ups of the orbit measurement system (CODD).
PR.SS46 Layout database|
An accelerating radio frequency cavity of the 10MHz system.
The blue base contains the final power amplifier and the
red top the actual accelerating cavity.
The bright box at the top left is an ion pump.
PR.SS47 Layout database|
A beam dump. Note the orange concrete shielding blocks.
Between the pole pieces of the bending magnet, one of the
pick-ups of the orbit measurement system (CODD).
PR.SS48 Layout database|
An internal beam dump, covered in concrete shielding blocks.
At its left, the actuator
of a SEM grid sticks out from between the bending
magnet's pole pieces.
PR.SS49 Layout database|
On the right side of the blue table, a
quadrupole triplet magnet.