Author: Planas, M.
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MOP012 Implementation Phase of the European XFEL Photon Diagnostics 41
  • J. Grünert, J. Buck, F. Dietrich, W. Freund, A. Koch, M. Planas
    XFEL. EU, Hamburg, Germany
  The European XFEL facility with 3 undulators and initially 6 experimental end-stations requires an extensive set of photon beam diagnostics for commissioning and user operation, capable of handling the extreme brilliance and its inherent damage potential, and the high intra bunch train repetition rate of 4.5MHz, potentially causing additional damage by high heat loads and making shot-to-shot diagnostics very demanding [1]. After extensive design [2-4] and prototype studies, in 2014 the installation of the photon beam devices starts with the equipment in the first photon tunnel XTD2 which is where the SASE1 hard X-ray undulator is located. This contribution reports on the device construction progress by focusing on the XTD2 tunnel devices and their implementation into the tunnel environment. [1] J.Grünert, Framework for X-Ray Photon Diagnostics at the European XFEL, TR-2012-003, 04/2012 [2] J.Buck, Online Photoemission Time-of-Flight Spectrometer for X-ray Photon Diagnostics, TR-2012-002, 06/2012 [3] C.Ozkan, Conceptual design report for Imaging Stations at the European XFEL, TR-2012-004, 02/2012 [4] W.Freund, The European XFEL Undulator Commissioning Spectrometer, XFEL. EU 05/2011