PR.SS90 Layout database|
On the blue table, from left to right, a wide band pick-up
an octupole magnet and a vacuum sector valve.
PR.SS91 Layout database|
An accelerating radio frequency cavity, part of the
10MHz system. The red top contains the tunable
ferrite-loaded cavity, and the blue bottom holds the
PR.SS92 Layout database|
A 13-20MHz RF cavity. The actual
cavity is the horizontal cylinder in the background.
The boxes in the foreground contain the power amplifier.
PR.SS93 Layout database|
At the left, between the pole pieces of the bending
magnet, a pick-up of the orbit measurement
system (CODD). The cylinder on the blue table is a
sensitive position pick-up.
PR.SS94 Layout database|
On the blue table, the wideband electrostatic pick-up
Sextupole PR.XNO94 added in Straight Section 94, as described in PS-MXNBA-EC-0001
Standing on the floor at the left, a vacuum pumping station.
PR.SS95 Layout database|
At the left edge of the picture, between the pole pieces
of the bending magnet, a pick-up of the orbit
measurement system (CODD). On the blue table, the cylindrical
object is a wall current monitor
At the right, a quadrupole doublet.
PR.SS96 Layout database|
One of the radio frequency cavities of the 10MHz accelerating system.
The object in the foreground left is a pumping manifold, with an ion
pump on top.
PR.SS97 Layout database|
The kicker of the transverse feedback (TFB) system.
This device damps oscillations in the transverse plane of the particle orbit just after
injection, and ensures stability of the beam at high intensities.
PR.SS98 Layout database|
The transverse feedback PU is installed at the left end of the section.
On the blue table, a pick-up to investigate the 'electron cloud effect'.
PR.SS99 Layout database|
The orange block on the blue table is
a quadrupole triplet magnet.
The cabling attached to the table goes to the transverse
feedback PU now in