PC-Control: High-precision, ultra-dynamic drive control for European XFEL X-ray laser
PC-based Motion Control in a superconducting electron linear accelerator
An exciting new research facility is currently under construction in the Hamburg metropolitan region. Opening in 2017, the center will house the European XFEL X-ray laser, an apparatus generating ultra-short X-ray flashes – 27,000 times per second – with a brilliance that is a billion times higher than that of current conventional X-ray radiation sources. PC-based control and drive technology from Beckhoff is used to position a total of 91 special high-precision magnet assemblies (undulators) of the underlying electron accelerator.
|PC-Control: High-precision, ultra-dynamic drive control for European XFEL X-ray laser||EN||Sep 01, 2015||0,76 MB|
|PC-Control: Hochpräzise und extrem dynamische Antriebssteuerung für den Europäischen Röntgenlaser||DE||Sep 01, 2015||0,76 MB|