Ppt on resistance temperature detector calibration

Xenon Detector Status Liquid Xenon Detector Group.

Calibration/Monitoring Another CEX beam test at  E5 Schedule PMT R&D Photocathode New breeder circuit with zener diodes Test under the COBRA magnetic field Motivation  Under high rate background, PMT output (old Type PMT, R6041Q) reduced by 10-20%.  This output deterioration has a time constant (order of 10min.): Related to the characteristics of photocathode whose surface resistance increases at low temperature/


L OUISIANA T ECH U NIVERSITY FRESHMAN ENGINEERING PROGRAM RESISTANCE TEMPERATURE DETECTOR (RTD) PROJECT Dr. Hisham E. Hegab College of Engineering & Science.

FRESHMAN ENGINEERING PROGRAM RESISTANCE TEMPERATURE DETECTOR (RTD) PROJECT Dr. Hisham E. Hegab College of Engineering & Science Louisiana Tech University Ruston, LA hhegab@latech.edu Living with the Lab Workshop – July 14 th, 2009 L OUISIANA T ECH U NIVERSITY FRESHMAN ENGINEERING PROGRAM RTD Sensor Overview Students: Design geometry Create mask pattern using CAD package Perform photolithography Inspect resulting device Test and calibrate their senor/


8.12.2008 Nagoya University 1 experimental methods and detectors for present day particle physics B.Shwartz Budker Institute of Nuclear physics, Novosibirsk.

f 10 ns Emulsion 1 μm — — Liquid Argon Drift 175–450 μm 200 ns 2 μs Gas Micro Strip30–40 μm < 10 ns — Resistive Plate chamber 10 μm 1–2 ns — Silicon strip pitch/(3 to 7) gh h Silicon pixel 2 μmi h h a Multiple pulsing time. b/“icebox”, which is really much colder than ice! In fact, the detectors work best at only 0.05 degrees Celsius above absolute zero, the temperature where all random thermal motion stops. 4.75 kg Ge, 1.1 kg Si Calibration by γ, n γ n 0 events 8.12.2008Nagoya University35 electical signals/


1 UNIVERSITA’ DEL SALENTO Facoltà di Scienze MM.FF.NN TIME MEASUREMENTS WITH THE ARGO-YBJ DETECTOR Dott. Anna Karen Calabrese Melcarne Dottorato di Ricerca.

element of a surface detector RPC PAD Resistive Plate Chamber Low cost, high efficiency, high space & time resolution (<1ns), easy access to any part of detector, robust assembling, easy to achieve >90% coverage, mounting without mechanical supports. 2850x1258mm 2 9 Detector performances  good pointing/) is observed. Method odd-even events The main effect of the TDC dependence on temperature is a shift of all TDC peaks, negligible for calibration and a minor effect is present but it is of the order of 0.2 /


11/21/20151 Observational Astrophysics I detectors and Calibrations.

& Shot noise 11/21/2015 7 New integrating detectors High-resistivity fully depleated CCDs with ≈0 readout noise! Courtesy Lawrence Berkeley National Lab 11/21/2015 8 High-resistivity CCDs The first 2k  2k results: Read-out/ astronomical detectors Space: Test detectors as much as possible and as many as possible Think of high radiation background and large temperature variation Think of detector aging Think of cooling (active and passive) Automate calibration procedures Store all original calibration data /


Sensors in Electric Drives Control Systems

to adjust and control systems such as: -Positional sensors (Potentiometer, Inductive Position Sensors, Rotary Encoders) -Resolvers -Optical sensors -Hall Effect sensors -Thermocouples -Thermostat -Resistive Temperature Detectors (RTD)   Summary Factors to consider when choosing a sensor: Accuracy: The statistical variance about the exact reading. Calibration: Required since measuring systems readings will drift over time. Cost: Economic consideration should be taken. Environmental: Sensors typically have/


Overview of Temperature Measurement

measuring temperatures of electronics). RTDs (Resistance Temperature Detectors) Resistivity of metals is a function of temperature. Platinum often used since it can be used for a wide temperature range /resistance. Resistance/Temperature Conversion Published equations relating bridge voltage to temperature can be used. For very accurate results, do your own calibration. Several electronic calibrators are available. The most accurate calibration that you can do easily yourself is to use a constant temperature/


ACADs (08-006) Covered Keywords Calibrate, direct, inferred, transmitter calibration, gravity correction, density correction, hydrostatic head detector,

Resistance tapes Rotating paddles Sightglass Slip tubes Tape level devices Thermal level sensor Time domain reflectometry Ultrasonic level detectors Vibrating reed switches Considerations in level measurement Atmospheric vs. pressurized vessel Conductive vs. non-conductive fluid Temperature/ Sg = Specific Gravity of the fluid D = Density Calculating Wet Reference Leg Calibration Values Calculate zero and span calibration values for the following example: Tank pressurized at 2250 pounds with 800 degree F/


TRANSDUCERS: VARIABLE RESISTIVE/CAPACITIVE/ INDUCTIVE

changes. Due to which its resistance also changes. 4/19/2017 EE & I Potentiometer The effective resistance value is measured between the fixed position of the conductor and the position of the slider. The resistance is calibrated against the input quantity, whose/span to 0.25 % of full scale 4/19/2017 EE & I RESISTANCE TEMPERATURE DETECTOR (RTD) Resistance temperature detector (RTD) devices are conductors used for temperature sensing. They can be used in bridge method as well as ohmmeter method to take the/


TRANSDUCERS: VARIABLE RESISTIVE/CAPACITIVE/ INDUCTIVE

Due to which its resistance also changes. PUNJAB EDUSAT SOCIETY 5/9/2012 Potentiometer The effective resistance value is measured between the fixed position of the conductor and the position of the slider. The resistance is calibrated against the input quantity/to 0.25 % of full scale PUNJAB EDUSAT SOCIETY 5/9/2012 RESISTANCE TEMPERATURE DETECTOR (RTD) Resistance temperature detector (RTD) devices are conductors used for temperature sensing. They can be used in bridge method as well as ohmmeter method to take/


Automated Hydroxyl Group Detector By Banafsha Shaikh Dhanashree Mane Avanish Balaji Mentor Prof. K. T. Talele Academic year 2012-2013 Department of Electronics.

means located adjacent to said breath monitoring means to ensure accuracy of breath monitoring  Temperature sensing means 12 [ 2/4] Patent: EP 0293169 B1 Title: Means of/of MQ303B  Expressed by the relationship between the sensor resistance and gas concentration.  The sensor resistance decreases with an increase of gas concentration based on / Search 3.Alcometer 4.Implementation 5.Calibration 6.Features 7.Publication 8.Future scope 32 Features  The detector has multiple user feature wherein multiple users/


Vertexing & Tracking Detectors LOCAL MECHANICAL SUPPORTS AND COOLING SYSTEMS IFD2014 INFN Workshop on Future Detectors for HL-LHC March 11-13, 2014 Fondazione.

BENDS > TOTAL LENGHT COOLING DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM DESIGN NEED SPECIAL ATTENTION  USE OF INLET CAPILLARIES WITH A DEDICATED CALIBRATION  IT SHOULD BE NECESSARY A FULL SCALE SYSTEM TEST AT LEAST FOR THIS SUBASSEMBLY IN THIS SITUATION USING/ to the material budget, long-term stability, erosion resistance, chemical compatibility, minimal temperature gradients and cooling duct temperature above the dew point. The detector will be operated around room temperature 12 March 2014S. Coelli - INFN MILANO29 Stave will/


19th February, VCI 2007 Paula Collins, CERN 1 Semiconductor Vertex Detectors for High Luminosity Environments  The Dawn of Vertexing  e + e - colliders.

19th February, VCI 2007 Paula Collins, CERN 65 Silicon for tracking: Silicon Drift Detectors  Principle of sideways depletion – as for DEPFET sensors  p + segmentation on both sides of silicon  Complete depletion of wafer from segmented n + anodes on one side y x !! Drift velocity must be predictable  Temperature control  resistivity control  Calibration techniques  SDD fully functioning in STAR SVT since 2001  216 wafers, 0/


19th February, VCI 2007 Paula Collins, CERN 1 Semiconductor Vertex Detectors for High Luminosity Environments  The Dawn of Vertexing  e + e - colliders.

19th February, VCI 2007 Paula Collins, CERN 65 Silicon for tracking: Silicon Drift Detectors  Principle of sideways depletion – as for DEPFET sensors  p + segmentation on both sides of silicon  Complete depletion of wafer from segmented n + anodes on one side y x !! Drift velocity must be predictable  Temperature control  resistivity control  Calibration techniques  SDD fully functioning in STAR SVT since 2001  216 wafers, 0/


Microscopic radiation damage in semiconductor detectors M. Bruzzi Univ. Firenze INFN Sezione Firenze Università di Firenze, Italy Microscopic radiation.

(~5 years) made CZ available in sufficiently high purity (resistivity) to allow for use as particle detector. Czochralski silicon Epitaxial silicon  Chemical-Vapor Deposition (CVD) /us. Radiation Damage of Si dosimeters Standard Si dosimeters  Pre-irradiation up to 10kGy  Frequent Calibration needed S  L =  (D  ), D diffusion coefficient,  minority carrier lifetime:/ Decrease of TSC peaks due to deactivation of high temperature defects Defect Removal brings to better dynamics after neutron irradiation/


Resistive Type of Sensors - Their Analysis and Applications

(PTC) device has a resistance that increases with temperature. Thermistor Analysis 𝑅=𝑅𝑅𝑒𝑓. 𝑒 𝛽( 1 𝑇 − 1 𝑇𝑅𝑒𝑓 ) The thermistor resistance-temperature relationship can be approximated by, 𝑅=𝑅𝑅𝑒𝑓. 𝑒 𝛽( 1 𝑇 − 1 𝑇𝑅𝑒𝑓 ) where:  T is temperature (in kelvin),   TRef is the reference temperature, usually at room temp. (25 °C; 77 °F; 298.15 K), R is the resistance of the thermistor (W), RRef is the resistance at TRef, b is a calibration constant depending on the thermistor/


Brown Bag Lunch Lecture ABI Calibration

detector, no bit trim Heaters (red) PRT (yellow) Effective Mirror Radiance Counts to Resistance Steinhart-Hart equation Weighted Sum for 1 mirror temp (3 per mirror) LNS and LEW are determined with Planck function with weighted sum temperature / channels throughout life Expected lifetime coefficients Q – determined prelaunch, no way of changing Determined during Reflective/Emissive Channel Calibration Prelaunch r(q), e(q) Mirror coefficients – to be tested during PLT. Update available on orbit Calculated /


Temperature Measurement and Control

R, type S thermocouples are used up to 1600 °C. In particular, type S is used as the standard of calibration for the melting point of gold (1064.43 °C) Thermocouple types Chromel-gold/iron In chromel-gold/iron thermocouples, the / K). Both the sensitivity and the temperature range depends on the iron concentration. The sensitivity is typically around 15 µV/K at low temperatures and the lowest usable temperature varies between 1.2 and 4.2 K Resistive Temperature Detectors What is a platinum RTD? Basically /


Calibration System with Cryogenically-Cooled Loads for QUIET-II Detector M. Hasegawa, O. Tajima, Y. Chinone, M. Hazumi, K. Ishidoshiro, M. Nagai High Energy.

- Two temperature loads Unpolarized response can be calibrated simultaneously - Reproducing the observing condition (chilean sky load : ~10 K) This system allows us to calibrate all the necessary quantities to characterize the QUIET-II detector simultaneously under a/for the modulation of the polarization signal with a load temperature, which is as low as those at the observing site.  Detector Response 10K 30K  Inherent polarization signal  Resistivity vs Signal - Polarization signal - Inherent pol. is/


Design and Performance of the IceCube Electronics High Energy Neutrino Astronomy IceCube Detector DAQ and Electronics Performance Summary and Outlook.

U. Stockholm Key Components, cont. The ~ 3km Cable 0.9 mm copper wire Twisted quad configuration 145 Ohm impedance DC resistance < 140 Ohm/2.5km (cold) low cross talk between twisted pairs is essential  > 50 db suppression near end / 14 days at temperatures down to -55 o C Communications Calibration Timing with laser, fiber optic distribution Retest all DOMs before deployment  Ambient temperature -25 o C to -35 o C Transport to South Pole Performance Time calibration Detector verification with LED flashers/


Temperature and Bias Variation and Measurement in the NICMOS Detectors EddieBergeron, STScI.

and bias in ways that limit overall sensitivity and make calibration difficult. Precise measurement of the NICMOS temperature variations at the location of the detectors is highly desirable for accurate calibration of science data. The detectors themselves, being large diodes, can be used to measure the temperature by correlating changes in the measured bias against a known temperature reference and correcting for any voltage-induced variations. Voltage/


Design & Development of an Integrated Readout System for Triple-GEM Detectors Alessandro PEZZOTTA III Year PhD Seminar, Cycle XXVIII 22 September 2015.

an Integrated Readout System for Triple-GEM Detectors"12 22/09/2015 Calibration Circuit Alessandro PEZZOTTA "Design & Development of an Integrated Readout System for Triple-GEM Detectors"13 22/09/2015 Calibration Circuit Alessandro PEZZOTTA "Design & Development of an Integrated Readout System for Triple-GEM Detectors"14 Compensation of CMOS Process and Temperature capacitors variations Automatic procedure 22/09/2015 Calibration Circuit Alessandro PEZZOTTA "Design & Development of/


10th Trento Workshop on Radiation Detectors HVCMOS Sensors for LHC Upgrade Felix Michael Ehrler, Robert Eber Daniel Münstermann, Branislav Ristic, Mathieu.

at -30C – exponential dependence (Temperature of the chip not precisely known) 14 10th Trento Workshop on Radiation Detectors Nonionizing irradiation effects in sensor Before / 93mV ~ 2300e Calibration with x-raysStrontium-90 illumination – spectrum Not irradiated A/D units 10th Trento Workshop on Radiation Detectors Nonionizing irradiation effects in/H18 technologies that will bring us the possibility to test different substrate resistances and improve SNR For the strip project we are using H35 technology/


Atanu Maulik Center for Astroparticle Physics and Space Science Bose Institute, Kolkata Calibration of a Nuclear Track Detector (NTD) for rare event search.

of PET is that it is substantially cheaper compared to detectors like CR-39. Determination of ideal etching condition for PET  The etch pit geometry depends on the temperature and the concentration of the etchant and also the duration / like resistivity, specific heat etc. with the detection threshold of various plastic detectors.  Exploration of various techniques like OCT, Laser scanning etc. to speed up the scanning of PET films. Recent publications and patent  Characterization and calibration of /


30/10/2008Engineering Forum on Cooling for the LHC Detectors 1 The ALICE water cooling systems A.Tauro.

exhibited a Pout < 50 mbar “Cavitation”, potentially dangerous condition. Increase of the flow resistance due to bi-phase liquid P threshold Increasing the tank pressure solves the problem but then/Detectors 23 ROC temperatures 30/10/2008Engineering Forum on Cooling for the LHC Detectors 24 Skirt temperatures 30/10/2008Engineering Forum on Cooling for the LHC Detectors 25 The laser system is used for precise position inter-calibration for the readout chambers and allows online monitoring of temperature/


Advanced GPC Part 1 – GPC and Viscometry

! Viscometers get round this problem… Viscosity of Polymers All polymers increase the viscosity of solutions by increasing the resistance to flow Different types of polymers have differing viscosities depending on the interactions with the solvent Viscometers are used /molecular weight via the Universal Calibration curve Typical Chromatograms Analysis Analysis of Poly(styrene-co-butadiene) Columns: 2 x PLgel 5µm MIXED-C Eluent: Tetrahydrofuran Flow rate: 1.0 ml/min Temperature: 40˚C Detector: PL-GPC 50 Plus /


Measurement and Instrumentations Temperature Measurements 1Lecturer, Masoud Kamoleka.

temperature hydrogen, the overall range covered being about -120 °C to 300 °C. At the higher temperature, diffusion of the filler gas through metal wall is excessive, the loss of gas leading to loss of calibration./ 11.222 mV. This interpolation procedure gives an indicated hot junction temperature of 162°C. 31 Thermocouple table Resistance temperature detectors (RTDs) 32 RTDs Resistance temperature detectors (RTDs) are temperature transducers made of conductive wire elements. The most common types of wires/


28 Feb 2000ISAT 3001 Resistance Temperature Detectors (RTDs)

28 Feb 2000ISAT 3001 Resistance Temperature Detectors (RTDs) 28 Feb 2000ISAT 3002 Bridge Circuits ISAT 300 Spring 1999 28 Feb 2000ISAT 3003 Wheatstone Bridge n A circuit designed to measure changes in resistance n In Instrumentation it is used as signal /changes in resistance, R =  (L/A). 28 Feb 2000ISAT 30012 Calendar-Van Dusen Equation For platinum, the resistance temperature relationship is given by the Calendar-Van Dusen equation: For the U. S. calibration curve,  = 0.003851/°C (U.S. calibration curve,/


1 RTD (Resistance temperature detector) n Varying resistance with temperature n Good for measurement of small temperature differences n General equation.

1 RTD (Resistance temperature detector) n Varying resistance with temperature n Good for measurement of small temperature differences n General equation for RTD material Rt = Ro(1+ At + Bt 2 + Ct 3 - - - - - Wt 4 ) B,C - - -W are negligibly small. Rt = Ro(1+ At) 2 RTDs: Characteristics and Applications n Characteristics: u Resistive device, linear u Large range: -200 to +850 o C for Platinum u High accuracy/


INTRODUCTION WHAT IS SMELL? HUMAN OLFACTORY SYSTEM E-NOSE BASIC IDEA AND SPECIAL CONSTRUCTION GAS SENSORS HOW DOES IT WORK? PATTERN RECOGNITION AND CALIBRATION.

GAS SENSORS HOW DOES IT WORK? PATTERN RECOGNITION AND CALIBRATION APPLICATION INTEGRATED E-NOSE( SMART E-NOSE) COMMERCIAL E-NOSE Conclusion INTRODUCTION Different names: ELECTRONIC NOSE ARTIFICIAL NOSE GAS DETECTOR MACHINES HARD WARE SSampling System SSensor / H 5 or H 2 S the resistance drops because the gas reacts with the oxygen and releases an electron Disadvantages:  High operating, temperatures which results in increased power consumption.operating, temperatures As a result, no handheld e-nose/


6.Temperature Transducer:- Temperature transducers can be divided into four main categories. 1. Resistance temperature detectors (RTD). 2. Thermocouples.

Transducer(cont’d):- 1. Resistance temperature detectors (RTD):- The relationship between temperature and resistance of conductors can be calculated from the equation. Where R = The resistance of the conductor at temperature t (°C) R o = The resistance at the reference temperature, usually 20°C = The temperature coefficient of resistance T= The difference between the operating and the reference Temperature Temperature Transducer(cont’d):- 1. Resistance temperature detectors (RTD):- EXAMPLE:- EXAMPLE:- A/


Cryogenic Detectors for Double Beta Decay and Dark Matter Searches 1 -Past and present of thermal detectors -Their role in searches of rare events -Hybrid.

resistive bolometers for infrrared rays from SUN 1903 => Curie et Laborde => calorimetric measurement of radioactivity 1927 => Ellis and Wuster => heat less then expected => the neutrino 1949 => D. Andrews, R. Fowler, M. Williams =>  particle detection 1983 => T.Niinikoski =>observe pulses in resistors due to cosmic rays 1984 => S.H.Moseley et LT detectors for astrophysics and  mass => Fiorini and Niinikoski Low temperature detectors/Ge detectors, In thermal detectors could be > 1 ! => need calibration /


Temperature Sensors & Measurement E80 Spring 2014.

–e.g., strain, pressure, force, flow, level, and position many times require temperature monitoring in order to insure accuracy. Important Properties? Sensitivity Temperature range Accuracy Repeatability Relationship between measured quantity and temperature Linearity Calibration Response time Types of Temperature Sensors? Covered 1. Thermistor Ceramic-based: oxides of manganese, cobalt, nickel and copper 2. Resistive Temperature Device - RTD Metal-based : platinum, nickel or copper 3. Thermocouple junction/


CMOS Detector Technology

detector temperatures for dark currents << 1 e-/sec Noise in CMOS SCA/Hybrids Temporal White (uncorrelated) noise Reduced by multiple sampling 1/f (drift) noise Not a limiting factor in most astronomy focal planes Fixed pattern noise Caused by residual non-uniformity after calibration Can be reduced (eliminated?) by calibrating/Deposit oxide Spin coat organic material Organic material Etch-back and remove oxide Photo resist Remove organic material Pattern oxide (photo/etch) Silicide is blocked from the /


Temperature Measurements thermocouples, thermistors and resistance thermometers exposure and shielding of thermometers soil temperature measurements response.

can contain electronics to give a linear voltage output with temperature. Platinum resistance-temperature detector - Resistance of wire changes with temperature - Platinum wire is typically used, wound inside a protective casing. - stable and almost linear resistance change with temp - non-linearity can be accounted for in logger program, yielding very accurate temperature measurements that may be used to calibrate other temperature sensors. ~ 5 cm Exposure of thermometers (Str – P. 41/


Dipartimento di Ingegneria e Scienze Applicate

advanced CMOS process, a synchronous architecture may be a good alternative, with self-calibration and discrete-time signal processing features (correlated double sampling, autozeroing) clocked by /ADC affordable in the pixel cell? Id In Preamp Out Active transistor feedback resistance Comparator discReset Itail> Id+ Ileak Vth0 Vth1 Vth2 Vth3 Vth4 Vth5 Vth6 /fully understood; they appear to be less severe at the foreseen operating temperature of the pixel detector at HL-LHC (about - 15 °C) CPPM data with X-/


Aging study of large triple- GEM detectors for the high rate environment in CMS Jeremie Merlin IPHC-CERN RD51 miniweek 16/06/2014 On Behalf of the CMS.

collaboration 10 Aging study of large triple-GEM detectors for the high rate environment in CMS Peak position Temperature Pressure G0=G0= G meas A 0 A/resistant up to 9mC/cm 2 ) -New setup at GIF++ in September (also with SPS beam) -Outgassing studies started in parallel to validate GE1/1 materials : -Gas tubing systematically validated with SWPC before each test -No effects observed with VITON O-ring -Strong outgassing with Polyurethane CELLPACK -> new procedure with reference measurements and calibration/


Pixilated Photon Detectors and possible uses at ILC and SLHC WSU, 23 Oct 09 Rubinov “at” fnal.gov 23 Nov 091Rubinov, WSU HEP seminar.

Photon Detector 2 -- T. Nakaya (Kyoto) @ Pixel08 -- 2 3 Photodiodes: p-n junction, reverse bias Electron-hole pair generated by an incoming photon drifts to the edges of the depleted region I(t) = QE * q * dN/dt(t)‏ Absolute calibration No /Bias Scan 19 Exponential growth with V Limited by quenching resistor dI/dV = 1/R Resistance decreases with temperature (polysilicone) ‏ 23 Nov 09Rubinov, WSU HEP seminar19 Quenching Resistance Summary for MPPCs Detector type Quenching Resistor @ 25 o C, k  dR/dT k  / o /


August 15-17, 2005 SNOLab Workshop #4 1 The PICASSO Dark Matter Search Experiment: Tony Noble Queen’s University The PICASSO Detector Technique Overview.

Resistive heating on top and bottom plates PID block tuned to keep temperature stable and uniform. August 15-17, 2005 SNOLab Workshop #4 18 August 15-17, 2005 SNOLab Workshop #4 19 August 15-17, 2005 SNOLab Workshop #4 20 Temperature and Pressure Control System: -Need to be able to “reset” the detectors/ detector fabrication, organisation N.N. RA to be appointed F. Aubin MSc detector calibration, data filterng, neural net analysis M. Auger MSc starting fall ‘05 P. Doane PhD purification & detector /


Linear Collider Detector Calorimeter Issues and Possible Directions for R&D José Repond Argonne National Laboratory Lunch Seminar, University of Chicago,

particles Long term performance Cross talk Calibration May 20, 2002J Repond: Calorimeter R&D18 HAD Calorimeter (III) Resistive Plate Chambers RPCs Advantages: Thin / development High gain: 10 6 possible Quantum efficiency: ~15% Operates at room temperature Plot by V Rykalin ADC counts Cosmic ray test Realistic set-up with fibers etc/(CAL only) America Fast MC: smearing/libraries should not be used to fine tune detector design LCD full simulation: Gismo (EGS/Geisha) Simulation of SD and LD designs Flexible/


Overview and Status of the ATLAS Pixel Detector Claudia Gemme, CERN/INFN-Genova on behalf of the ATLAS Pixel Community 10th ICATPP Conference, Como, Oct.

but optoboards coupled to cooling Forced the use of heaters to keep the optoboards at room temperature. Common-Series-Resistance Symptom: VCSEL dying during production (aging process?) No dead VCSEL observed since Oct. /taking with off-detector electronics, few modules and Simulated ROD events. Connection of the detector (Dec/Jan): Test/commissioning of electrical/optical/cooling connections Sign-off of the detector (Feb/March): Commissioning of the cooling system with detector powered Calibration and noise /


Fast readout of GEM detectors for medical imaging FRONTIER DETECTORS FOR FRONTIER PHYSICS 12 th Pisa Meeting on Advanced Detectors May 20 - 26, 2012 La.

the 6 GR_DAQs Voltage, temperature controls Slow controls 15Pisa/particles emission GEMs position sensitive detector for high momentum outgoing proton /resistance of 300 mm strip 22 W4.6 W11 W2.3 W External input coupling capacitor ~200 pF Input protection resistor10-50 W Total capacitance of input protection diodes and input stray capacitance 2 pF 25 GEM electrical parameters Pisa Meeting, May 23rd, 2012Martina Bucciantonio - TERA Foundation S-curves before trimming S-curves after trimming Analog calibration/


1 Honeywell Brands Basic Fire 2005-V ppt Basic Fire All 2004-v2.ppt Sprinkler Monitoring Room Temperature Devices Usually employed with a wet.

Sprinkler Monitoring Room Temperature Devices Usually employed with a wet pipe system, a room temperature-monitoring device indicates that the temperature is decreasing to/analog data from detectors about smoke levels. Can provide sensitivity data for each detector. Employs Drift Compensation (self calibration) in its detectors. 20 Honeywell /SLC Wiring Observe manufacturer’s recommendations for total wire length, loop resistance and device loading. Follow manufacturer’s recommendations for connection of /


Protecting life, environment and property… 1 AutroFlame Detectors ID: AFLAME_X33_1_intro 09-2003.

Features Temperature compensated heated optics –Heater will boost heat on cold startup and when the detector temperature is below zero Data event logger will record the detectors operating temperature –Record of over-temperature events /resistance Protecting life, environment and property… 10 AutroSafe X33/1 Optical Integrity Automatic optical integrity test monitors for both loss of, and increased sensitivity in each sensor Manual optical integrity test verified to perform a calibrated test of the detector/


13th Topical Seminar on Innovative Particle and Radiation Detectors(IPRD13) 7 - 10 October 2013 Siena, Italy PH Detector Technology group RADIATION HARD.

temperature down to -40 °C and response to the full range [0, 100] % RH Reduced number of wires High long term stability Radiation resistance to dose up to 1 MGy NOWADAYS THERE IS NO MINIATURIZED HUMIDITY SENSOR ON THE MARKET WELL SUITED FOR HEP DETECTOR/ on a Temperature and another Relative Humidity FBG sensor, in order to monitor the relative humidity in the Tracker detector and in the surrounding volume. Temperature sensors: Calibrations provide very stable and repeatable temperature measurements with /


Practical Temperature Measurements 001 Agilent Technologies Classroom Series.

Optical Pyrometer  RTD  Thermistor, IC  Thermocouple  Summary & Examples Resistance Temperature Detector 016  Most accurate & stable  Good to 800 degrees Celsius  Resistance= f{Absolute T}  Self-heating a problem  Low resistance  Nonlinear RTD Equation  R=Ro(1+aT) - Ro(ad(.01T)(./A/D Thermal emf Linearization algorithm Reference Thermistor Ohms measurement Ref. Thermistor cal, linearity T/C Calibration & Wire errors Ref. Block Thermal gradient DMM offset, linearity, thermal emf, noise Extension /


Practical Temperature Measurements 001 Agilent Technologies Classroom Series.

& Examples Agilent Technologies Classroom Series Resistance Temperature Detector 016 _ Most accurate & stable _ Good to 800 degrees Celsius _ Resistance= f{Absolute T} _ Self-heating a problem _ Low resistance _ Nonlinear Agilent Technologies Classroom Series / Integrating A/D Thermal emf Linearization algorithm Reference Thermistor Ohms measurement Ref. Thermistor cal, linearity T/C Calibration & Wire errors Ref. Block Thermal gradient DMM offset, linearity, thermal emf, noise Extension wire junction /


L. Greiner 1PXL Detector Progress – July 2013 STAR HFT LBNL Leo Greiner, Eric Anderssen, Giacomo Contin, Thorsten Stezelberger, Joe Silber, Xiangming Sun,

to outer PXL ladder (shows pointing resolution of un-calibrated TPC) Offline event displays 20PXL Detector Progress – July 2013 L. Greiner STAR HFT Latch-/ fabrication process. Electrical Power issues (already discussed) Diode temperature measurement. 23PXL Detector Progress – July 2013 L. Greiner STAR HFT Sector /Detector Progress – July 2013 L. Greiner STAR HFT Aluminum cable ladder First Al cables from CERN PCB shop. Needed rework to allow wire bonding. Validated through bonding, soldering and resistance/


Temperature Measurement with Thermistors Portland State University Department of Mechanical Engineering ME 121: Engineering Problem Solving.

can be measured with many devices  Liquid bulb thermometers  Gas bulb thermometers  bimetal indicators  RTD: resistance temperature detectors (Platinum wire)  thermocouples  thermistors  IC sensors  Optical sensors  Pyrometers  Infrared detectors/cameras  liquid crystals ME 121: Engineering Problem Solvingpage 1 IC Temperature Sensors (1) Semiconductor-based temperature sensors for thermocouple reference-junction compensation Packaged suitable for inclusion in a circuit board Variety of outputs/


Gas Chromatography b General Design of a Gas Chromatograph b Separation Processes in Gas Chromatography b GC Columns b GC Injectors b GC Detectors.

column eluent (gas flow in) changes, the resistance of the filament changes. b The presence of analyte molecules in the carrier gas alter the thermal conductivity of the gas (usually He) b There is normally a second filament to act as a reference (the carrier gas is split) b Increased sensitivity with decreasing temperature (detector), flow rate and applied current. b Filaments will/


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