3-pole wiggler (3PW)
A vertical collimating mirror (700mm long) can be switched between two stripes, Rh or Pt. The monochromator can be run in conventional or quick-scan mode and has a Si(111) channel-cut crystal. A toroidal mirror (1000mm long) with Rh coating is used to focus the beam at the sample position.
Detectors include a PerkinElmer 1621 area detector, a Vortex-ME4 4-element Si-drift, a Canberra multi-element Ge, ion chambers
and Canberra PIPS. Sample environments include closed-cycle He refrigerators (T > 10K),
in-situ Clausen cells (25°C - 700°C), in-situ Nashner-Adler reaction cells (-150°C - 500°C), a large clam shell furnace reactor (25°C - 900°C), an in-situ high P, high T XAS flow cell (T to 600°C and P to 1200 psi (83 bar)) and an in-situ, custom made XAS-DRIFTS cell (25°C - 700°C). End stations add capabilities for doing DRIFTS/XAS and Raman/XAS.
Computer System Hardware & Software
Beamline and endstation motions are controlled by EPICS through Linux IOCs. Linux and Windows workstations are used for detector and sample environment control.