MAX IV synchrotron with Danfysik compact magnets and ramped synchronized power supplies
4-quadrant Model 859 switch mode power supplies for ramping of synchrotron during the installation phase
Danfysik has great experience in building power supplies used for synchrotron applications where requirements for ramping current up and down is key features. The power supplies are typically designed to operate at low frequencies from DC to 10Hz depending on the requriements.
Most power supplies are designed with energy recovery circuits to minimize the power consumption.
Synchronization / tracking between multiple power supplies is optional.
Danfysik has made the 5 Hz Power Supplies for the Booster Dipole Magnets for the Australian Synchrotron, Melbourne. Max. output current: 1000 A
- Max. output voltage: ±220 V
- Output frequency: DC to 5 Hz
- Current drift stability:10ppm (8 hours)
- Output ripple voltage: 0.8 Vpp
- Energy Storage capacity:1.2 F
- Topology: H-bridge Buck converter with IGBT’s
A switch-mode power supply with 10ppm long term stability with > 2000A and < 2000V operation. The power supply can operate in 1, 2 or 4 quadrants for room temperature magnets, superconducting magnets. The power supply recovers the magnet energy when operating in AC/ramping mode. The power supply is water cooled.
Australian Synchrotron Booster Power Supply
Danfysik has made the 5 Hz Power Supplies for the Booster Dipole Magnets for the Australian Synchrotron, Melbourne.
Power supply for ANL Storage Ring Circular Polarized Undulator
Danfysik has delivered the 10 Hz Power Supplies for the Main Coil of the Storage Ring Circular Polarized Undulator at Argonne National Laboratory, USA.