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ZTF Mechanical Walkthrough Matthew Hoff 2013-02-01 ZTF Technical Meeting 1.

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1 ZTF Mechanical Walkthrough Matthew Hoff ZTF Technical Meeting 1

2 Mechanical Walkthrough ZTF Technical Meeting 2 ZTF Dewar attached to focus hub

3 Basic Dimensions ZTF Technical Meeting 3 525mm 146mm 215mm mm625mm 625 Weight approx. 105 kg O-ring length approx. 7,000mm

4 Exploded View ZTF Technical Meeting 4 Window enclosure Window retainer Window Dewar can Focal plane Radiation shield Vacuum interface board (VIB) Thermal links Back wall VIB protection plates Window stop

5 Window Enclosure ZTF Technical Meeting 5 Aluminum, non-reflective treatment Filter registers to this surface Section view Enclosure slides over the window and bolts to the Dewar can. Easily attached or removed at any time. This flange bolts to Dewar

6 Window Retainer and Stop ZTF Technical Meeting 6 Delrin window retainer Section view Delrin stop held with a button head cap screw. Qty 8 Held in place with standard bolts 12.7mm dia. Window stop accurately locates the window

7 Window ZTF Technical Meeting 7 20kg 22mm 490mm Section view Atmosphere side Fused Silica, biconcave

8 Faceted Focal Plane Assembly ZTF Technical Meeting 8 2 guiders shown, 4 locations are possible 4 Flexures Cold plate 12 CCD packages

9 Exploded view of Focal Plane ZTF Technical Meeting 9 Note the spherical curve formed by the faceted placement of the CCD packages

10 Cold Plate ZTF Technical Meeting 10 Front Back Section view 40mm thick Aluminum, machined from a single piece of plate stock 11.5kg Aluminum, machined from a single piece of plate stock 11.5kg Facet angle

11 CCD Package and Flattener Assembly ZTF Technical Meeting 11 e2v CCD231-C6 Flattener glued to Invar frame Invar frame insulated from CCD package with G-10 sleeve washers Simple Invar frame, non- reflective plating Invar frame fastened to CCD package using existing through holes using a screw and nut

12 Flexure ZTF Technical Meeting 12 G-10 Quantity 4 Radiation Shield mounting hole Cold plate attachment hole Dewar can attachment hole

13 Radiation Shield with Doors ZTF Technical Meeting 13 Gold plated sheet copper, polished The doors snap and lock into place using spring wire Doors have slots for flex cables Thermal link door not designed yet The doors seal the Radiation shield after CCD packages are installed.

14 Dewar Can ZTF Technical Meeting 14 Aluminum, machined from plate stock, no welding 9kg Tapped holes for hoist ringsDouble O-ring grooves to cushion window Section view Extension brackets for Flexure attachment points CCD packages are fully accessible with the window removed

15 Vacuum Interface Board (VIB) ZTF Technical Meeting 15 The O-ring sealing zone is just inside the bolt hole pattern on both sides of the board Previous VIBs KMTNet VIB Cambridge VIB A giant circuit board that crosses the vacuum seal and carries signals from connectors inside the Dewar to connectors outside the Dewar. Connectors outside the vacuum Connectors inside the vacuum

16 Thermal Link ZTF Technical Meeting 16 Copper Cold Plate end Cryo-cooler attaches here Activated Carbon housing (Getter cups) (38ml each cup) Cryo-cooler This joint is accessible through a port on the back wall of the Dewar

17 Back Wall ZTF Technical Meeting 17 Stainless steel Focus hub adapter mounting zone Stiffening ribs Exploded view

18 Back Wall Ports ZTF Technical Meeting 18 Burst disc, MDC, 9-11 PSIG, conflat flange Zeolite Desiccant container, KF Thermal linkage access port, KF Polycold cryo-cooler Instrumentation port, KF Vacuum gauge port, KF Vacuum valve, KF Spare port, KF

19 Cross-section Detail ZTF Technical Meeting 19 VIB Back Wall with ribs Flexure Double O-ring Window cushion Window enclosure VIB protection plate Outside VIB connector VIB O-ring seal Cold plate Faceted CCD package Window Retainer Window inside curved surface Radiation shield Radiation shield door VIB inside connector CCD flex cable Light Dewar can Window outside surface

20 Future Work ZTF Technical Meeting 20 VIB redesign Rotate inside connectors on the board 90 degrees Reduce hole quantity and hole size in the board Relocate the outside connectors on the board to a single run on the bottom Design a 4 th flexure that is not over determined Simplify thermal links to 2 flex joints and 2 bolted connections Front mask (radiation shield) design Integrate guiders and connectors Integrate heaters and thermal couples on the cold plate Integrate window handling parts Integrate focus hub mounting plate and possible tip – tilt mechanism Integrate precise distance from window and CCD surfaces to focus hub.

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