|Subject Domain (in DDC)||Computer science, information & general works ♦ Data processing & computer science|
|Subject Keyword||Control System ♦ Intelligent Motor Controller ♦ Beam Position Monitoring ♦ Initial Phase ♦ Corrector Magnet ♦ Double Undulators ♦ Gap Drive System Requirement ♦ Local Synchronism ♦ Rapid Installation Schedule ♦ Global Synchronism ♦ Micron-level Accuracy ♦ In-sertion Device ♦ Operational Requirement ♦ Uniform Concept ♦ Gap Drive System ♦ Insertion Device ♦ Swiss Light Source ♦ Beamline Element ♦ Temper-ature Monitoring ♦ Power Supply Controller ♦ Timing Module ♦ Beamline-specific Timing Event|
|Abstract||In the initial phase of the Swiss Light Source (SLS), four in-sertion devices (ID) will be installed for the first four beam-lines. The control system for all the ID’s follows, where possible, a uniform concept to allow a rapid installation schedule, while at the same time allowing for a variety in operational requirements. The components of the control system include the gap drive system with encoders, temper-ature monitoring, beam position monitoring, power supply controllers for corrector magnets  and a timing module . The gap drive system requirements range from micron-level accuracy to driving double undulators in synchronism with each other and also with the other beamline elements. The local synchronism is achieved with a tightly coupled system having an intelligent motor controller and the global synchronism by extending the machine timing distribution to the insertion devices and the beamlines with the capabil-ity to add beamline-specific timing events.|
|Educational Role||Student ♦ Teacher|
|Age Range||above 22 year|
|Education Level||UG and PG ♦ Career/Technical Study|
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