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Cooling Channel Count Recap Cooling channel components # Engineering? Absorber: temperature 8*3 yes pressure 2*3 yes He temp 2*3 level 8*3 yes length (optical) 4*3 design Magnetic: power supply 2*3 probes 12*2*3 temperature 10*3 Cryo: pressure ? He flow 1*3 He temperature 2*3 Hydride bed ? RF: power 8 yes phase 8 yes temperature 8 yes Vacuum O2 monitors ?
Thermometers and Level Sensor in LH2 Thermometers in Vacuum Wiring and Connecters for Absorber 32 pin Connecter on KF40 32 pin Connecter (1 of 2) on KF40
Thermometers and Level Sensor in LH2 LH2 Wiring and Connecters
Thermometers in Vacuum Vacuum Wiring and Connecters
MICE CM February 08Jean-Sébastien GraulichSlide 1 Detector DAQ Hardware Status o Introduction o Preliminary list o Plan for action o Summary Jean-Sebastien.
Feb Absorber/coil instrumentation and controls Subsystems Absorbers RF Magnets Monitoring/safety Data acquisition: Information on system.
Photo KEK March-28, 2002 MICE Absorber and Test Cryostat Shigeru Ishimoto (KEK) Shoji Suzuki (KEK) Edgar Black (IIT) Mary Anne Cummings (NIU) (1) MICE.
MICE Safety System DE Baynham TW Bradshaw MJD Courthold Y Ivanyushenkov.
Internal Cryomodule Instrumentation ERL Main Linac Cryomodule 10/10/2015 Peter Quigley, MLC Design Review.
1 / 13 05/2002 Electrical/Component Testing. 2 / 13 V + – H Menus (wiggle test) Connector check Harness (visual) Harness check (supplies and ground) Component.
MICE LH2 Absorber Instrumentation - What is necessary/ desirable? (physics calibration) Temperature inside the the absorber Temperature inside the absorber.
Sensor specification Sensor Network Group. Sensor Specification Constraints of tiny sensors –Power: For survival and sensing. –Computation: Application.
Controls Review Want to record a full configuration of the experiment at every possible “event”, including controls data. Event trigger = accelerator.
Power Plant Construction and QA/QC Section 5.4 – Key Systems and Components Engineering Technology Division.
Controls and monitoring in MICE 1.Physics and systematics 2.Controls types 3.Controls list 4.Data record M. A. Cummings April 2004 CERN.
Nov-1st 2004, MICE TV Conf. Plans for absorber tests at KEK Shigeru Ishimoto KEK.
Engineer Training Drying System, IR and Temp Control.
1 Mice Collaboration Meeting CM33 Glasgow University 25 th – 29 th June 2012 STFC Daresbury Laboratory Electrical Infrastructure Report Authors : Ian Mullacrane.
Absorber R&D and Test Results CM16 at RAL, Oct 8-11, 2006 Shoji Suzuki & Shigeru Ishimoto KEK.
MICE AFCSWG Safety Review Summary Mary Anne Cummings Dec. 17, 2003 MICE Video Conference.
Controls for Particle ID/tracking in MICE 1.Physics and systematics 2.Controls types 3.Controls list 4.Needed for particle ID/tracking M. A. Cummings May.
17 March 2005Edda Gschwendtner1 MICE Cooling Channel: Can we predict cooling to ? Edda Gschwendtner Challenge Systematics Cooling Channel Beam Line.
Date 2007/Sept./12-14 EDR kick-off-meeting Global Design Effort 1 Cryomodule Interface definition N. Ohuchi.
Bob Hayward Receiver Engineer Feed & Front End PDR Feb Feed & Front End PDR Monitor & Control and Cryogenics.
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