Author: Hardion, V.H.
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MOB3O03 MAX IV Laboratory, Milestones and Lessons Learned 1
 
  • V.H. Hardion, Y. Cerenius, F. H. Hennies, K. Larsson, J. Lidón-Simon, M. Sjöström, D.P. Spruce
    MAX-lab, Lund, Sweden
 
  The MAX IV Laboratory is a new scientific research facility based on synchrotron light being built at Lund University, southern Sweden. The accelerator consists of one full energy linear accelerator providing two storage rings at 1.5 GeV & 3 GeV and a Short Pulse Facility. Additionally more than 13 beamlines are planned to be built among which should be operational for the first users in 2016. The current status and approach of the control system is presented from its technical and organisational point of view, including the stakeholders, as well as the lessons learned from the commissioning as part of our continuous improvement for the future.  
slides icon Slides MOB3O03 [19.077 MB]  
 
MOPGF049 100Hz Data Acquisition in the TANGO Control System at the Max IV Linac 1
 
  • P.J. Bell, V.H. Hardion, V. Michel
    MAX-lab, Lund, Sweden
 
  The MAX IV synchrotron radiation facility is currently being constructed in Lund, Sweden. A linear accelerator serves as the injector for the two storage rings and also as the source of short X ray pulses, in which mode it will operate with a 100Hz repetition rate. The controls system, based on TANGO, is required to collect and archive data from several different types of hardware at up to this 100Hz frequency. These data are used for example in offline beam diagnostics, for which they must be associated to a unique electron bunch number. To meet these requirements, the timing performance of the hardware components have been studied, and a TANGO Fast Archiver device created. The system is currently in the deployment phase and will play an important role in allowing the linac and Short Pulse Facility reach their 100Hz design goal  
poster icon Poster MOPGF049 [17.953 MB]  
 
MOPGF179 Status of the Solaris Control System - Collaborations and Technology 1
 
  • P.P. Goryl, C.J. Bocchetta, P. Bulira, A.I. Wawrzyniak, K. Wawrzyniak, Ł. Żytniak
    Solaris, Kraków, Poland
  • V.H. Hardion, J.J. Jamroz, J. Lidón-Simon, M. Lindberg, A.G. Persson, D.P. Spruce
    MAX-lab, Lund, Sweden
  • M.J. Stankiewicz
    Solaris National Synchrotron Radiation Centre, Jagiellonian University, Kraków, Poland
  • T. Szymocha
    Cyfronet, Kraków, Poland
 
  Funding: Work supported by the European Regional Development Fund within the frame of the Innovative Economy Operational Program: POIG.02.01.00-12-213/09.
The Solaris is a synchrotron light source starting just now in Kraków, Poland. It is built with strong collaboration with other European accelerator facilities. The MAX-IV project in Lund, Sweden and Tango Community are the most important partners in the project. Solaris has built a twin copy of MAX-IV 1.5GeV ring and linear accelerator based on the same components as the ones of MAX-IV. Thus, both facilities share know-how and apply similar technologies for the control system, among them the Tango CS is used for software layer. Status of the control system in Kraków as well as collaborations and technological choices impact on its success will be presented.
 
poster icon Poster MOPGF179 [2.496 MB]  
 
WEM309 A Graphical Tool for Viewing and Interacting with a Control System 1
 
  • J. Forsberg, V.H. Hardion, D.P. Spruce
    MAX-lab, Lund, Sweden
 
  This paper presents a graphical interface for displaying status information and enabling user interaction with the Tango based control system for the MAX IV synchrotron. It focuses on bringing an intuitive view of the whole system, so that operators can quickly access the controls for any hardware based on its physical location. The view is structured into different layers that can be selectively shown, and various live updated information can be displayed in the form of e.g. colour or text. Panning and zooming is supported, as well as invoking commands. The interface is defined by an SVG drawing which can be edited without programming expertise. Since our system is based on modern web technologies, it can be run as a web service accessible by standard browsers, but it can also be integrated in GUI applications.  
slides icon Slides WEM309 [2.323 MB]  
poster icon Poster WEM309 [0.913 MB]  
 
WEPGF120 Timing System at MAX IV - Status and Development 1
 
  • J.J. Jamroz, J. Forsberg, V.H. Hardion, V. Martos, D.P. Spruce
    MAX-lab, Lund, Sweden
 
  Funding: MAX IV Laboratory
A MAX IV construction of two storage rings (SR1.5GeV and SR3GeV) and a short pulse facility (SPF) has been proceeding over last years and will be finished in the middle of 2016. In 2014, few timing procurements were successfully finalized according to the MAX IV requirements and the installation works are ongoing along with the TANGO control system integration.
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poster icon Poster WEPGF120 [0.721 MB]