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Amplifier (AM-01 A)

  • bias voltage: 6-15 V. Gain almost constant above 12V. At 6V gain is about 0.15 of the gain at or above 12V
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  • amplification: 35dB, 53dB WHICH ONE DO WE HAVE, 35dB or 53dB?
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  • amplification: 53dB (there exists another model with an amplification of 35dB but we don't have it)
 
  • frequency range: 0.01 - 2000 MHz
  • input/output impedance: ~50 ohm / ~50 ohm
  • amplifier_Specs.pdf: Amplifier specs

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Particulars Setup

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Homepage of Particulars: http://www.particulars.si/ additional informations / manuals / software can be accessed via this homepage
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ScanTCT_Install.pdf: Installation Manual
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Particulars Setup

 

Peltier

  • max. 15.4 V and 8.5 A
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  • Mounting plane attached to Peltier element
  • User guides:
 
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Mounting plane attached to Peltier element.

 

Laser

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Combine laser head and driver in the single housing
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Laser head and driver combined in a single housing
 
  • optics system preinstalled: iris, lens, beam expander, collimator, fibre connector
  • focal distance of optics system: 8.4 - 8.5 cm
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  • short pulses (350 - 400 ps) with puls energy corresponding to ~ 1000 MIP
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  • short pulses (350 - 400 ps) with pulse energy corresponding to ~ 1000 MIP
 
  • LA-01 IR; 1060 nm, 100mW
  • pulse width: 100% = threshold at the output stage is at the limit of operation
    • 100% narrowest possible pulse (also low intensity) (3.3V from DAC)
    • 10% very wide and intense pulse
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  • User guides
 
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Bias-T

BT-01

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Bias-T (BT-01)

 
  • max applied voltage: 1-2 kV
  • leakage: <500 nA @ 1 kV
  • frequency range: lower end <100 kHz; hi end >2000 mHz
  • input/output impedance: ~50 ohm / ~50 ohm
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  • Manuals and specs
 
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  • Connections:
    • DC: bias input (from power supply)
    • RF: signal output (to amplifier)
    • DC+RF: bias output + signal input, to diode

Notes:

  • in case of a structure with a bias ring and signals/strips being read out, one needs a different connection scheme. Using the mount bought from DESY, one should not use the bias T; instead, one should send directly the bias to from the power supply to the bias ring, and the RF signal from the strip/pixel to the amplifier.
  • using longer cable prevents (i.e. moves out of the region of interest) distortion of the measured pulse due to reflection
 
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Amplifier

 
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AM-01 A
  • bias voltage: 6-15 V
  • amplification: 35dB, 53dB
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Amplifier (AM-01 A)

  • bias voltage: 6-15 V. Gain almost constant above 12V. At 6V gain is about 0.15 of the gain at or above 12V
  • amplification: 35dB, 53dB WHICH ONE DO WE HAVE, 35dB or 53dB?
 
  • frequency range: 0.01 - 2000 MHz
  • input/output impedance: ~50 ohm / ~50 ohm
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Motion Stage

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  • X, Y, Z stage with range from 0 to 52000 um
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    • 32V - 1A PSU

High Voltage

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  • Keithley 2410 1100V SourceMeter
    • bias up to 1.1 kV
    • DC current measurements
 
  • Keithley 6517B ElectroMeter
    • DC voltage measurements from 1μV to 210V
    • DC current measurements from 10aA to 21mA
    • Built-in V-Source. The 100V range provides up to 100V at 10mA, while the 1000V range provides up to 1000V at 1mA.
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    • CHECK CONNECTIONS WITH LUCIANO
 
    • GPIB to USB converter (KEYSIGHT TECHNOLOGIES 82357B)

Peltier Power

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    • to use these peltiers a bette power supply (higher output power) is needed
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    • to use these peltiers a better power supply (higher output power) is needed
 
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Additional Resources

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Liverpool TCT page: https://hep.ph.liv.ac.uk/twiki/bin/view/CleanroomTestStands/SetupTCT

Software

PID controller with LabView and TRACS simultion software from CERN SSD group:
https://twiki.cern.ch/twiki/bin/view/SolidStateDetectors/SolidStateDetectorsSoftware

Weightfield2 simulation software:
http://personalpages.to.infn.it/~cartigli/Weightfield2/Main.html

KDetSim simulation software:
http://www-f9.ijs.si/~gregor/KDetSim/

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Workshops:

1st TCT workshop at DESY (05-06/10/2015)
https://indico.desy.de/conferenceDisplay.py?confId=12934
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To-do

  • replace keithley 2410 with 6517B
  • analysis for detector alignment
  • buy PCB from DESY
  • complete chiller setup
  • edge-TCT
  • electric field
  • mobility
 

-- GiovanniMarchiori - 2015-10-20

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Particulars Setup

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    • 32V - 1A PSU

High Voltage

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  • Keithley 2410 1100V SourceMeter
    • GPIB / RS-232 connector
  • GPIB to USB convertor
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  • Keithley 6517B ElectroMeter
    • DC voltage measurements from 1μV to 210V
    • DC current measurements from 10aA to 21mA
    • Built-in V-Source. The 100V range provides up to 100V at 10mA, while the 1000V range provides up to 1000V at 1mA.
    • GPIB to USB converter (KEYSIGHT TECHNOLOGIES 82357B)
 

Peltier Power

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  • EA Power supply EA-PS-2042-10B
    • 160W 1 Output Digital Bench Power Supply, 0 to 42V, 0 to 10A
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    • RS: 716-7371 ( 212.10; 20/01/2015)
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Peltier controller

 
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PID

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Particulars Setup

Homepage of Particulars: http://www.particulars.si/ additional informations / manuals / software can be accessed via this homepage

ScanTCT_Install.pdf: Installation Manual

Peltier

  • max. 15.4 V and 8.5 A

Mounting plane attached to Peltier element.

Laser

Combine laser head and driver in the single housing

  • optics system preinstalled: iris, lens, beam expander, collimator, fibre connector
  • focal distance of optics system: 8.4 - 8.5 cm
  • short pulses (350 - 400 ps) with puls energy corresponding to ~ 1000 MIP
  • LA-01 IR; 1060 nm, 100mW
  • pulse width: 100% = threshold at the output stage is at the limit of operation
    • 100% narrowest possible pulse (also low intensity) (3.3V from DAC)
    • 10% very wide and intense pulse

Bias-T

BT-01

  • max applied voltage: 1-2 kV
  • leakage: <500 nA @ 1 kV
  • frequency range: lower end <100 kHz; hi end >2000 mHz
  • input/output impedance: ~50 ohm / ~50 ohm

Amplifier

AM-01 A

  • bias voltage: 6-15 V
  • amplification: 35dB, 53dB
  • frequency range: 0.01 - 2000 MHz
  • input/output impedance: ~50 ohm / ~50 ohm

Motion Stage

  • X, Y, Z stage with range from 0 to 52000 um



Additional Equipment

PC

  • Windows PC:

Dell Precision T1700
Intel Xeon Processor E3-1246 v3 (Quad Core HT, 3.50GHz Turbo, 8MB, w/ HD Graphics P4600)
16 GB Memory (2x8Gb) 1600MHz DDR3 ECC UDIMM
2x1TB SATA Hard drive 7200 RPM, in RAID mode
1Gb NVIDIA Quadro NVS 315
Microsoft keyboard+Mouse
16x DVD+-RW
Dell E-series E2214H 54.6cm(21.5") LED monitor VGA, DVI-D (1920x1080)
Originally shipped with windows 8.1, downgraded to Windows 7 Professional (english version)

  • Quote with full PC specs
  • installed LabView 10 runtime from Standa installation CD (comes with SMCView). If full LabView needed, download from CC-IN2P3
  • installed Microsoft Visual C++ VS express community 2015

Oscilloscope

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  • required:
    • driver for LeCroy, Textronix
    • communication over GPIB
    • 4 channel, 1GHz, 5 GS/s
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DRS evaluation board

  • recommended: 4 channel, 1GHz, 5 GS/s digitization board from PSI (http://www.psi.ch/drs/evaluation-board)
    • Four 50-Ohm terminated input channels with SMA connectors.
    • Active input buffers which result in an analog bandwidth of 700 MHz (-3dB).
    • High bandwidth analog switches for internal voltage calibration.
    • Precision clock for internal timing calibration, reaching a precision of a few pico seconds.
    • One DRS4 chip, capable of sampling the four input signals simultaneously from 0.7 GSPS to 5 GSPS with 1024 sampling points each.
    • One AD9245 ADC to digitize signals from the DRS4 chip.
    • One Xilinx Spartan 3 FPGA for readout control.
    • A 16-bit DAC to generate all on-board control voltages.
    • A serial EEPROM containing serial number and calibration information.
    • Internal trigger with user-defined thresholds on any of the four channes.
    • Triggering on combinations of the four channels (AND/OR) for coincidence measurements.
    • An external trigger input (TTL input 50 Ohm terminated) with a MCX connector.
    • Clock input and output connectors (MCX) for synchronizing several evaluation boards.
    • A USB 2.0 interface for data readout. This interface also powers this board. The maximum readout rate is about 500 events per second.
    • Several headers for debugging of all important control signals with an oscilloscipe or logic analyzer.
    • DRS4_manual_rev50.pdf: Evaluation Board Manual
    • DRS4_rev09.pdf: DRS4 chip specifications

  • from manual:
    • sampling speed up to 5 GSPS and 1024 sampling points
    • SMA connectors for 4 input channels, MCX connectors for triggering and clokc synchronization, powered through USB
    • inputs AC coupled and input range of 1V peak-to-peak
    • maximum allowed input voltage:
      • DC: +- 10 V
      • Long pulse (<2us): +- 20 V
      • Short pulse (<200ns): +- 30 V
    • USB 2.0 bus allows data transfer rates of more than 20 MB/sec

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O/E Converter

  • TTI Model TIA-950 O/E Converter
    • TIA950Manualforscreen.pdf: TIA-950 Manual
    • InGaAS (900-1700nm)
    • Post amplifier gain: 1.0, 10.0 selsctable
    • Max. linear input power: >0.8mW
    • Max. input power without damage: 10mW
    • Bandwidth (-3dB): DC to 750 MHz at gain of 1.0, DC to 250 MHz at gain of 10.0
    • Output impedance: 50 ohms
    • Output connector: BNC
    • Fibre optic input connector: FC
    • Input numerical aperture: 0.29
    • Interstage coupling: AC or DC (100Hz frequency cut off)
    • Output offset voltage: < +/- 0.75 V at max. gain
    • Max. output voltage: 2 V pk-pk, no load, 1V pk-pk with 50 ohm load
    • Noise level: 3 pW/Hz^1/2
    • Power required: 9 V battery powers the unit for approx. 30 hrs (no load)
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Amplifier Power

  • TTi PL310
    • 32V - 1A PSU

High Voltage

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  • Keithley 2410 1100V SourceMeter
    • GPIB / RS-232 connector
  • GPIB to USB convertor
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Peltier Power

<!-- 
  • EA Power supply EA-PS-2042-10B
    • 160W 1 Output Digital Bench Power Supply, 0 to 42V, 0 to 10A
    • RS: 716-7371 ( 212.10; 20/01/2015)
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PID

  • Laird TC-XX-PR-59
    • PWM Programmable PID Controller 236.00 / each (31/10/14)
    • PT1000 temperature sensor for temperature measurement
    • RS232 output
    • Voltage nominal: 0 - 15V
    • max. 15A without cooling
    • Laird.zip: PID controller software (Laird)
    • supercool_PR59.zip: CERN PID controller LabView software (Christian Gallrapp)

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PCB

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  • to place sensor
  • two versions designed by Ilya Tsurin; 4 each produced (123.00 including delivery and VAT):

Version 1: single layer Version 2: vias to sensor backplane for better heat transfer
DUT_CTE_board_V1.png DUT_CTE_board_V2.png
PCB Version 1 PCB Version 2

PCB-V2.jpg

PCB-V2.jpg: Populated PCB (V2.0)

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Required equipment

Chiller

  • should be USB controllable
  • -40C ... ~+40C
  • Julabo XXX

  • pipes and connectors
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Cold Block

  • PT1000 temperature sensor and connector
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 * RS: 2.54mm,housing,Cgrid,SL,versionG,1row,3w  0.177 / each (pack of 10) (08/01/2015) 
    • RS: crimp for housing...
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Nylon screw for cold block connection better than metal screw; use Screw Insulator to isolate screw from aluminium (necessary for metal screw).

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Cables / Connectors

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SMA.jpg
SMA genders

SMA-and-TNC-Connector1.jpg SMA genders 2 -->

  • SMA cables and connectors
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  • other:
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Sensor polishing

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  • 2 bars to hold sensor during polishing process (CERN: teflon); bar width: 2 cm to clamp sensors which are larger than 1 cm. Use old silicon as distance holder (glued with Kapton inbetween bars).
  • cotton bud (for polishing)

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Additional Resources

<!--
Liverpool TCT page: https://hep.ph.liv.ac.uk/twiki/bin/view/CleanroomTestStands/SetupTCT

Software

PID controller with LabView and TRACS simultion software from CERN SSD group:
https://twiki.cern.ch/twiki/bin/view/SolidStateDetectors/SolidStateDetectorsSoftware

Weightfield2 simulation software:
http://personalpages.to.infn.it/~cartigli/Weightfield2/Main.html

KDetSim simulation software:
http://www-f9.ijs.si/~gregor/KDetSim/

-->

Workshops:

1st TCT workshop at DESY (05-06/10/2015)
https://indico.desy.de/conferenceDisplay.py?confId=12934

-- GiovanniMarchiori - 2015-10-20

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