Currently scheduled Injector recovery on October 22
Positrons May be November 4 & 5
Currently max energy is 7.8 MeV.
Choosing 6.3 MeV incident electron energy because that is the most stable.
= 0.5 mm on the Tungsten target (T1)
|June||Racks installed and cables pulled to tunnel|
|August 2011||vacuum pumps ready, Compton Polarimeter Table installed|
|September 2011||Beam Line installed|
|October 2011||Finish Work in Injector area for PePPO|
|October 17-19, 2011||Swing shift hot checkout|
|October 29-Nov 1 2011||Owl shift PePPo tuning (Probably install Annihilation counter here)|
|Nov 11-16 2011||Day shift PePPo running|
The annihilation counter is labeled as IAC5D03 on the JLAb beam line
Cable length are 75-100 feet long
2 NaI detectors
Instead of using the mirrors described below, the NaI detectors were rotated in Phi to be out of the way of a camera view.
Old mirror design (not implemented)
one has mirror between it and the port window to reflect light to a camera.
See if we can send out one of our actuators to move the mirror in and out.
Aluminum WIndow pressure test
A 5 mil window bursts at 65 PSI
A 10 mil window bursts at 110 PSI
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