AD8210S Single Event Effects Radiation Report PDF

SINGLE EVENT
EFFECTS TEST
REPORT
AD8210S
April 2016
Generic
Radiation Test Report
Product:
AD8210S
Effective LET:
80 MeV-cm2/mg
Fluence:
1E7 Ions/cm2
Die Type:
AD8210
Lawrence Berkeley National
Facilities:
Laboratories
Tested:
May 2014
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Test Report for Single Event Latch-up and Single Event Transients
Testing of the Analog Devices AD8210 High Voltage, Bidirectional
Current Shunt Monitor (5962-12233) for Analog Devices
Customer: Analog Devices PO# 45452874
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Part Type Tested: High Voltage, Bidirectional Current Shunt Monitor
Lot Number/Date Code: Packages are labeled with: 5962R, 1223301VXA Q 1314A.
Quantity of Parts for Testing: Six AD8210s were available for SEL/SET testing. The serial numbers
were: 0039, 0040, 0054, 0088, 0089, and 0166.
Referenced Test Standard(s): ASTM F1192 and EIA/JESD57
Electrical Test Conditions: The VSUPPLY and VS currents were recorded before, during, and after heavy
ion exposure and monitored for SELs. The minimum rate of supply current measurements is one complete
set of measurements per second.
Bias Conditions: For SEL testing all devices-under-test (DUTs) were biased under the following
conditions: VSUPPLY = 65V, VS = 5.5V. For SET testing all devices-under-test were biased under the
following conditions: VSUPPLY = 65V, VS = 4.5V. See the figures and schematics in Appendix B for the
details of the bias conditions during irradiation.
Test Software / Hardware: Custom VISA control and monitor software was used for all current
measurements. Figure 4-1 shows the test setup. Appendix C, Table C-1 lists the test equipment and
calibration dates.
Ion Energy and LET Ranges: Multiple ions from the 10 MeV/n ion beam with LETs between 3.5 and
80 MeV-cm2/mg were used for all testing. The 10 MeV/n Xe beam has a minimum range of 60 μm in
silicon to the Bragg Peak, the shortest range ion used for this test.
Heavy Ion Flux and Maximum Fluence Levels: Testing was conducted with ion fluxes between 104
and 105 ions/cm2.
Facility and Radiation Source: Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratories (LBNL) Berkeley, CA using
the 88” Cyclotron and the 10MeV/n Cocktail.
Irradiation Temperature: All SEL testing was performed at a worst case package temperature of
125˚C (±5˚C). All SET testing was at room temperature of approximately 25°C.
SEL Results: The AD8210 is immune to high current latch-up to a LET of 80 MeV-cm2/mg at a
package temperature of 125° C.
SET Results: The AD8210 has a saturation upset cross-section of 1.8x10-4 cm2/events for LETs
greater than ~20 MeV-cm2/mg.
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1.0. Introduction and Test Objective
It is well known that heavy ion exposure can cause temporary and/or permanent damage in electronic
devices. The damage can occur through various mechanisms including single event latch-up (SEL), single
event burnout (SEB) and single event gate rupture (SEGR). These single event effects (SEE) can lead to
system performance issues including degradation, disruption and destruction. This report discusses testing
performed on the Analog Devices AD8210 Current Shunt Monitor. The two test standards used to guide
this testing are ASTM F1192 and EIA/JESD57.
2.0 Device Description
Six samples of the 5962-12233 (AD8210) were provided in ceramic 10-pin ceramic flatpacks with taped
on lids to facilitate access to the bare die during testing. Figure 2-1 shows the block diagram of the
AD8210 and the test configuration.
Figure 2-1. AD8210 Block Diagram and Test Configuration.
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3.0. Radiation Test Circuit, Test Setup, Test Parameters and Test Conditions
The AD8210 device described in this test report was irradiated at the LBNL cyclotron . For SEL testing,
the AD8210 was configured in the ground reference output mode with the VREF1 and VREF2 inputs held at
ground potential. This configuration forced the output voltage to the negative supply voltage (0 volts)
when the applied differential input voltage was 0 volts. As tested, the resistive shunt circuit generated
approximately 0.13 volts across the differential inputs with a common mode voltage of 65 volts. The
resulting voltage measured at the output pin (OUT) of the AD8210 was about 2.6 volts. This output signal
was buffered by unity gain amplifier. Figure 3-1 shows the test setup.
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-12V
11,12 +12V
13,14 GND
9,10 -12V
Keithley 2410
Output
VSupply = 65V
LO
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VSupply
45-48 S1-V1
27,28 GND
Keithley 2420
Output
VS = +5.5V,+4.5
LO
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37-40 S1-V3
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Voltage
Ch2
Ch3
Ch6
Ch7
Ch8
Ch11
Ch12
Ch13
Ch16
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Ch18
CH1-20 LO
Beam Detector
Circuit
SEL: VS = +5.5V
SET: VS = +4.5 V
VSUPPLY_DUT1
VREF1_DUT1
VS_DUT1
VSUPPLY_DUT2
VREF1_DUT2
VS_DUT2
VSUPPLY_DUT3
VREF1_DUT3
VS_DUT3
VSUPPLY_DUT4
VREF1_DUT4
VS_DUT4
Analog Mother Board
DUT 1
J1
DUT 2
DUT 3
4
Seeeduino
Board
Controller
Heater Power
J2
+24V
BNC
50 Pin Connector
50-Pin Adapter (to J2)
49 S1_V1
47 S1_V2
45 S1_V3
39 S2_V1
37 S2_V2
35 S2_V3
29 S3_V1
27 S3_V2
25 S3_V3
19 S4_V1
17 S4_V2
15 S4_V3
2-50 GND (even pins)
USB
USB
+24V
BNC Feedthru
USB Feedthru
4
+24V
Picoscope
Record waveforms for SET only
PSP-405
+24 Volts
PC Laptop
Computer
USB
USB
DUT 4
Seeeduino
Temp
Controller
PS1 24V Power Selector
PS2 6V Power Selector
PS3 6V Power Selector
PS4
PS5
USB
USB Hub
GPIB-USB-HS
50 Pin Connector
+12V
Vacuum
50 Pin Feedthru
V25P
COM
V25N
-5V
50-Pin Banana
Adapter (to J1)
5,6 +5VHK
1,2,7,8,49,50 GND
3,4 -5VHK
50 Pin Feedthru
HP E3631A
Housekeeping
V25P = +12V
V25N = -12V
+5V
50 Pin Connector
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COM
V25N
50 Pin Connector
HP E3631A
HouseKeeping
V25P = +5V
V25N = -5V
USB
USB
USB
Figure 3-1. AD8210 SEE Test Setup.
All devices-under-test were de-processed prior to testing and all exposures took place from the top
surface providing a distance to the active layer in Silicon of approximately 5 to 10μm. See the photograph
in Appendix A for a sample of a de-lidded device-under-test.
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During the irradiation, the flux was set to be targeted to approximately 105 ion/cm2-s, depending on the
ion species and the response of the device-under-test. The irradiation of the devices-under-test was
continued until either the minimum fluence is reached or a latch-up event is observed.
For the single event latch-up testing, the temperature was controlled using a resistive heater and a
calibrated electronic temperature measurement device mounted underneath the DUT. The case
temperature of the DUT was calibrated prior to the testing using a thermocouple. The temperature was
controlled using a PID controller throughout the testing. The data monitored during the test (case
temperature, supply voltage and supply current) was routed to the control room (approximately 20-feet
away) using shielded either coaxial cable or ribbon cable. Table F-1 lists the ions, energies, angles, LETs,
and ranges used for all testing.
3.1 SEL Test Procedure
During the heavy ion exposure the supply currents of the AD8210 were monitored and recorded at
approximately 1-second intervals. The current limit on the power supply was set to 0.2 Amp. Figure 3-1
shows the AD8210 test setup. The oscilloscopes were only used to monitor functionality for SEL testing.
For the SEL testing described in this plan the following general test procedure was used:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
Power up the selected DUT and wait for it to attain the desired test temperature.
Verify the AD8210 generates the correct output.
Select the desired ion.
Turn on the ion beam, observe/monitor/log device current.
If no latch occurs, select the next ion and repeat step 4.
If the device latches, shut off the beam and power down the device.
Reapply power to the device and check currents for a destructive latch.
Test the three remaining DUTs at the highest effective LET in which no latch was observed
beginning at step 1.
3.1 SET Test Procedure
During the heavy ion exposure the supply currents of theAD8210 were monitored and recorded at
approximately 1-second intervals. Current limit on the power supply was set to 1 Amp. Figure 3-1 shows
the AD8210 test setup and the oscilloscopes were used to record the transient waveforms.
For the SET testing described in this plan the following general test procedure was used:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Power up the selected DUT.
Verify the AD8210 is generating the correct output.
Turn ON ion beam, observe/monitor/log device output and currents.
Turn OFF the beam when 106 ions/cm2 or 100 transients have been recorded.
If 100 transients were observed, select a lower LET and continue testing at step 2.
If less than 10 transients were observed, select a new DUT and continue testing at step 1 until
four devices have been tested.
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4.0. Single Event Effects (SEE) Test Results
The Analog Devices AD8210 High Voltage, Bidirectional Current Monitors were tested for single event
effects at the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory Cyclotron Facility on April 15, 2014.
4.1 Single Event Latch-up (SEL) Test Results
For SEL testing, the AD8210 was configured in the ground reference output mode with the VREF1 and
VREF2 inputs held at ground potential. This configuration forced the output voltage to the negative supply
voltage (0 volts) when the applied differential input voltage was 0 volts. As tested, the resistive shunt
circuit generated approximately 0.13 volts across the differential inputs with a common mode voltage of
65 volts. The resulting voltage measured at the output pin (OUT) of the AD8210 was about 2.6 volts. This
output signal was buffered by unity gain amplifier.
The AD8210’s were tested using the Analog Mother Board. A photo and the schematics of the DUT
board are shown in Appendix B. The SEL run log is shown in Table 4-1. No current latch-ups were
observed for LET’s ranging between 3.5 to 80 MeV-cm2/mg for the four devices tested. The current
waveforms for each run are shown in Appendix D.
Table 4-1. AD8210 SEL Run Log.
Run
#
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
DUT
S/N
39
39
39
39
39
54
88
40
Temp.
(°C)
125
125
125
125
125
125
125
125
Ion
Ne
Ar
Kr
Xe
Xe
Xe
Xe
Xe
Angle
(°)
0
0
0
0
43
43
43
43
LET
(MeV‐cm2/mg)
3.5
9.7
30.2
58.8
80
80
80
80
Fluence
(ion/cm2) Comment
1.18E+07
Pass
1.01E+07
Pass
1.01E+07
Pass
1.01E+07
Pass
1.01E+07
Pass
1.01E+07
Pass
1.01E+07
Pass
1.01E+07
Pass
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4.2 Single Event Transient (SET) Test Results
As shown in Figure 3-1, the output of the AD8210 was buffered to a PicoScope 6404B for recording of
transient pulses caused by a heavy ion strike. Facility noise was present on the signal lines and required
the oscilloscope trigger to be adjusted to exclude the noise spikes. The trigger was set for either positive
or negative pulses that exceeded 10 millivolts in amplitude for durations in excess of 20 nanoseconds.
The events captured for both positive and negative pulses were combined and used in the final upset cross
section calculation for a given LET.
During SET testing the supply voltage, Vs, was set to 4.5 Volts. The nominal currents measured for
ISUPPLY = ~11.6 mA and IS = ~2 mA. The SET run numbers, DUT serial numbers, temperature, ion, LET,
effective fluence, and the number of transients are listed in Table 4-2.
The AD8210 experienced upsets with each ion, ranging from an LET of 0.9 MeV-cm2/mg for Boron to
80.4 MeV-cm2/mg for Xenon. Figure 4-1 shows the cross-section as a function of LET for the three
devices tested as well as a Weibull curve for reference. For LETs below 9.7 MeV-cm2/mg (Ar) the
amplitude of the majority of the upsets were less than 0.5 volts for durations less than one microsecond.
For an LET of 58.8 MeV-cm2/mg (Xe) the majority of the upsets were between 0.5 volts and 2.0 volts for
durations of one or two microseconds. A significant numbers of transient events were greater than 2.0
volts in amplitude for durations longer than one microsecond with many lasting longer than five
microseconds at an LET of 58.8 MeV-cm2/mg. Figures 4-2 through 4-11 show representative single event
transients observed during testing. All the transient events are shown in Appendix E.
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Table 4-2. AD8210 SET Run Log
Effective
Angle Effective LET
Run DUT
Number of
Upset Cross Section
Fluence Transient Type
Ion
(°) (MeV-cm2/mg)
# S/N
Transients
2
(cm2/event)
(ion/cm )
13 39 Ar
0
9.7
8.57E+05 Negative Pulses
100
1.16E-04
16 39 Ar
0
9.7
8.64E+05 Negative Pulses
100
18 39 Ne
0
3.5
8.00E+05 Positive Pulses
100
1.06E-04
19 39 Ne
0
3.5
1.08E+06 Negative Pulses
100
21 39 B
0
0.9
8.90E+05 Negative Pulses
10
1.23E-05
22 39 B
0
0.9
10
7.32E+05 Positive Pulses
23 39 Kr
0
30.2
6.06E+05 Positive Pulses
100
24 39 Kr
0
30.2
100
1.73E-05
5.75E+05 Negative Pulses
25 39 Kr
0
30.2
5.80E+05 Negative Pulses
100
26 39 Xe
0
58.8
1.06E+06 Positive Pulses
100
27 39 Xe
0
58.8
5.54E+05 Positive Pulses
100
1.43E-04
28 39 Xe
0
58.8
100
6.15E+05 Positive Pulses
29 39 Xe
0
58.8
5.67E+05 Negative Pulses
100
30 39 Xe 43
80.4
6.19E+05 Negative Pulses
100
1.63E-04
31 39 Xe 43
80.4
6.07E+05 Positive Pulses
100
33 40 Xe 43
80.4
5.78E+05 Positive Pulses
100
1.91E-04
34 40 Xe 43
80.4
4.71E+05 Negative Pulses
100
35 40 Kr 43
42.2
5.49E+05 Negative Pulses
100
1.72E-04
36 40 Kr 43
42.2
6.16E+05 Positive Pulses
100
38 54 Kr 43
42.2
5.80E+05 Positive Pulses
100
1.84E-04
39 54 Kr 43
42.2
5.06E+05 Negative Pulses
100
40 54 Ar 43
13.3
1.47E+06 Negative Pulses
100
41 54 Ar 43
13.3
100
6.71E+05 Negative Pulses
1.07E-04
42 54 Ar 43
13.3
6.61E+05 Positive Pulses
100
43 88 Ar 43
13.3
100
6.25E+05 Positive Pulses
1.49E-04
44 88 Ar 43
13.3
7.14E+05 Negative Pulses
100
45 88 Ar
0
9.7
1.09E+06 Negative Pulses
100
1.01E-04
46 88 Ar
0
9.7
8.99E+05 Positive Pulses
100
47 88 Ne
0
3.5
3.50E+06 Positive Pulses
100
48 88 Ne
0
3.5
9.22E+05 Positive Pulses
100
5.37E-05
49 88 Ne
0
3.5
1.16E+06 Negative Pulses
100
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Cross-Section
-3
-
2
Upset Cross-Section (cm /upset)
10
-4
-
10
Weibull P
Parameters
Shap
pe = 1
Width
h = 10
Saturation = 1.8e-4
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-
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-
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0
25
50
75
100
2
LET
T (MeV-cm
m /mg)
Fig
gure 4-1. Upsset cross section of the AD82210 as a functiion of LET.
Figure 4-2 (F
Figure E-1.) AD
D8210 Output, R
Run # 013, Fram
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Figure E-4). AD
D8210 Output, R
Run # 013, Fram
me # 004
Figure 4-4 (F
Figure E-10). AD
D8210 Output, R
Run # 013, Fram
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Figure E-27). AD
D8210 Output, R
Run # 013, Fram
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Figure 4-6 (F
Figure E-77). AD
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Run # 013, Fram
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Figure 4-7 (F
Figure E-86). AD
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Figure 4-8 (F
Figure E-155). AD8210 Output, Run # 016, Fraame # 055
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Figure 4-9 (F
Figure E-187). AD8210 Output, Run # 016, Fraame # 087
Figure 4-10 (F
Figure E-1260). AD8210
A
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Figure E-1281). AD8210
A
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5.0. Summary/Conclusions
The AD8210 High Voltage, Bidirectional Current Monitor were immune to single event latch-up for
LET’s ranging from 3.5 to 80 MeV-cm2/mg at a temperature of 125 °C while operating at a supply
voltage of 5.5 volts.
Single event transients were observed at all LETs from 0.9 to 80 MeV-cm2/mg with a saturation crosssection of ~1.8x10-4 cm2/event.
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Appendix A: Photographs of sample devices-under-test prior to de-processing for
traceability and post de-processing to show the die and bond wires in the package.
Figure A-1. AD8210 DUT SN 0089 with Package Markings.
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Figure A-2. De-processed AD8210 DUT SN 0039
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Appendix B: Photograph of the Test Boards and Electrical Schematics.
Figure B-1. DUT Test Board.
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Figu
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D
Test Board Schematic
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Appendix C: Electrical Test Parameters and Equipment List:
Table C-1 lists the equipment typically used during the testing as well as the calibration dates
and the date the calibration is due.
Table C-1. Test Equipment List and Calibration Dates.
Entity #
Calibration
Date
Calibration
Due
Purpose
Keithley 2420 High
Current Source Meter
TS18
12/23/2013
12/23/2014
VSUPPLY Power Supply
and ISUPPLY Measurement
Keithley 2410 High
Voltage Source Meter
TS17
10/14/2013
10/14/2014
VS Power Supply and
IS Measurement
Agilent 34970A Data
Acquisition Unit
DA01
07/26/2013
07/26/2014
Voltage Monitoring
Agilent 34901A
Multiplexer
MP03
01/30/2014
01/30/2015
Voltage Monitoring
Fluke 115 True RMS
Multimeter
HM12
12/06/2013
12/06/2014
Voltage Measurements
Omega Handheld
Thermometer
TM02
07/15/2013
07/15/2014
Temperature Calibration
Type K Thermocouple
TC01
07/29/2013
07/29/2014
Temperature Calibration
PicoScope 6404B
OS11
09/05/2013
09/05/2014
Output Waveform
Measurements
Instek PSP-405 DC
Power Supply
PS12
N/A
N/A
Heater Power
Agilent E3641A DC
Power Supply
PS74
N/A
N/A
+5.0 VDC, and -5.0 VDC
Agilent E3641A DC
Power Supply
PS100
N/A
N/A
+12 VDC and -12 VDC
Equipment
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Appendix D: SEL Current Waveforms
Figure D-1. AD8210 SN39, Run #51, VSupply Current (mA).
Figure D-2. AD8210 SN39, Run #51, VS Current (mA).
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Figure D-3. AD8210 SN39, Run #52, VSupply Current (mA).
Figure D-4. AD8210 SN39, Run #52, VS Current (mA).
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Figure D-5. AD8210 SN39, Run #53, VSupply Current (mA).
Figure D-6. AD8210 SN39, Run #53, VS Current (mA).
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Figure D-7. AD8210 SN39, Run #54, VSupply Current (mA).
Figure D-8. AD8210 SN39, Run #54, VS Current (mA).
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Figure D-9. AD8210 SN54, Run #55, VSupply Current (mA).
Figure D-10. AD8210 SN54, Run #55, VS Current (mA).
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Figure D-11. AD8210 SN54, Run #56, VSupply Current (mA).
Figure D-12. AD8210 SN54, Run #56, VS Current (mA).
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Figure D-13. AD8210 SN40, Run #57, VSupply Current (mA).
Figure D-14. AD8210 SN40, Run #57, VS Current (mA).
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Appendix E: SET Transient Waveforms
Published in a separate file do to file size considerations.
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Append
dix F. Test Facility De
escription
The non--destructive siingle event efffects testing discussed in tthis test plan was performeed at the Law
wrence
Berkeley
y National Lab
boratories (LB
BNL) Cyclotrron Facility uusing their 88--Inch Cyclotrron. The 88-Innch
Cyclotron
n is operated by the Univeersity of Califo
fornia for the U
U.S. Departm
ment of Energgy (DOE) andd is a
K=140 seector-focused
d cyclotron wiith both light-- and heavy-ioon capabilitiees. Protons annd other light--ions
are availaable at high in
ntensities (10-20 pμA) up to
t maximum energies of 555 MeV (protoons), 65 MeV
V
3
4
(deuteron
ns), 135 MeV
V ( He) and 14
40 MeV ( He)). Most heavyy ions throughh uranium cann be acceleratted to
maximum
m energies, which
w
vary witth the mass an
nd charge statte. For the sinngle event traansient testingg
performeed at LBNL th
he devices will be placed in
n the Cave 4B
B vacuum chaamber alignedd with the heaavy
ion beam
m line. The tesst platter in th
he vacuum chaamber has fulll horizontal aand vertical alignment
capabilitiies along with
h 2-dimension
nal rotation, allowing
a
for a variety of efffective LETss for each ion.. For
SEE testiing Lawrencee Berkeley Laaboratories pro
ovides the doosimetry via a local controll computer
running a Lab View based program
m. Each ion is calibrated ju st prior to usee using five pphotomultiplieer
tubes (PM
MTs). Four off the five PMT
Ts are used during
d
the testt to provide thhe beam statisstics, while thhe
center PM
MT is removeed following calibration.
c
Fiigure F-1 shoows an illustraation of the L
LBNL facility;;
including
g the location of Cave 4B, where the heaavy ion SEE ttesting takes place. Table F-1 shows the
beam chaaracteristics available
a
at Beerkeley.
Figure F-1
1. Lawrence Berkeley
B
Nation
nal Laboratoryy 88” Cyclotroon Facility Layyout. Cave 4B is used for heaavy
ion testing
g.
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Table F-1. Characteristics of all the beams available at Berkeley. The 10 MeV per nucleon beam will be used for
all testing discussed in this report.
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