Author: Glenat, D.C.
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WEPPC029 Design and Development of an Octopus Thermometric System for the 704 MHz Single-cell SPL Cavity at CERN 2266
  • K.C. Liao, L. Arnaudon, O. Brunner, E. Ciapala, D.C. Glenat, W. Weingarten
    CERN, Geneva, Switzerland
  The octopus thermometric system is designed for the 704 MHz superconducting proton linac (SPL) cavity to detect hot spots and X-rays caused by normal conducting defects and the impact of emission electrons. This system features an octopus body and tentacle structure for good contact with the cavity and easy assembly, a multiplexing circuit with integrated microprocessor for efficient readout and a high density temperature sensor arrangement in order to complete a high resolution temperature and X-ray map. The first prototype is being manufactured and investigations are undergoing for further development.  
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