Development of a new compact 5.8 GHz ECR Ion Source at LPSC

Abstract : LPSC is developing a new 5.8 GHz compact ion source to produce low charge state ion beams and study their capture in the PHOENIX charge breeder. The source was designed to meet criteria like stability, compactness and low cost. It is mounted on a DN200 iso K flange and is fully under vaccum during operation. The technology brings modularity to ease the development. It can operate up to 60 kV. The plasma is heated by a 100W solid state amplifier. The ECRIS produces 1 mA of H+ beam with 20W of HF and low charge state Argon ions. It was tested under several microwave and magnetic configurations on a test bench equipped with a mass spectrometer and diagnostics. Given its excellent performances, this source is being installed to drive the accelerator based neutron source, GENEPI 2, at LPSC. The developments of the source together with the results of the experiments will be presented. Future plans for this ion source will also be discussed. This work was supported by the ERA-NET NuPNET in the frame of the EMILIE project.
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J. Angot, L. Bonny, J. Jacob, T. Lamy, P. Sole, et al.. Development of a new compact 5.8 GHz ECR Ion Source at LPSC . 22nd International Workshop on ECR Ion Sources (ECRIS2016), Aug 2016, Busan, South Korea. Joint Accelerator Conferences Website (JACoW), ECRIS 2016, pp.101-104 2016, ⟨10.18429/JACoW-ECRIS2016-WEPP09⟩. ⟨in2p3-01357159⟩

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