Physical Start-Up of the Power Supply System for Corrector Magnets of the European XFEL
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The European X-ray Free-Electron Laser (XFEL) was commissioned in 2017. Budker Institute of Nuclear Physics (BINP) participated in the development, production and delivery of the power system for the corrector magnets. Seven types of high-precision power supplies (current sources) to feed the corrector magnets were developed. To ensure high reliability, a “hot-swap” system was developed for the power supplies. About 400 power supplies for the corrector magnets and 50 hot-swap devices have been put into operation. This article presents details of starting up the power system.
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