Author: Bak, P.A.
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MOPMU030 Control System for Linear Induction Accelerator LIA-2: the Structure and Hardware 502
  • G.A. Fatkin, P.A. Bak, A.M. Batrakov, P.V. Logachev, A. Panov, A.V. Pavlenko, V.Ya. Sazansky
    BINP SB RAS, Novosibirsk, Russia
  Power Linear Induction Accelerator (LIA) for flash radiography is commissioned in Budker Institute of Nuclear Physics (BINP) in Novosibirsk. It is a facility producing pulsed electron beam with energy 2 MeV, current 1 kA and spot size less than 2 mm. Beam quality and reliability of facility are required for radiography experiments. Features and structure of distributed control system ensuring these demands are discussed. Control system hardware based on CompactPCI and PMC standards is embedded directly into power pulsed generators. CAN-BUS and Ethernet are used as interconnection protocols. Parameters and essential details for measuring equipment and control electronics produced in BINP and available COTS are presented. The first results of the control system commissioning, reliability and hardware vitality are discussed.  
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WEPMN022 LIA-2 Power Supply Control System 926
  • A. Panov, P.A. Bak, D. Bolkhovityanov
    BINP SB RAS, Novosibirsk, Russia
  LIA-2 is an electron Linear Induction Accelerator designed and built by BINP for flash radiography. Inductors get power from 48 modulators, grouped by 6 in 8 racks. Each modulator includes 3 control devices, connected via internal CAN bus to an embedded modulator controller, which runs Keil RTX real-time OS. Each rack includes a cPCI crate equipped with x86-compatible processor board running Linux*. Modulator controllers are connected to cPCI crate via external CAN bus. Additionally, brief modulator status is displayed on front indicator. Integration of control electronics into devices with high level of electromagnetic interferences is discussed, use of real-time OSes in such devices and interaction between them is described.
*"LIA-2 Linear Induction Accelerator Control System", this conference
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