Development of a multi-channel power supply for silicon photomultipliers reading out inorganic scintillators

@article{Javakhishvili2020DevelopmentOA,
  title={Development of a multi-channel power supply for silicon photomultipliers reading out inorganic scintillators},
  author={Otari Javakhishvili and Irakli Keshelashvili and David Mchedlishvili and M V Gagoshidze and T. Hahnraths and Andro Kacharava and Z. V. Metreveli and Fabian Mueller and Thomas Sefzick and Dimitri ShergelaShvili and Helmut Soltner and Hans Stroeher},
  journal={arXiv: Instrumentation and Detectors},
  year={2020}
}

A High Voltage Power Supply for Photomultiplier Tube Applications

  • M. ZareY. Karimi
  • Engineering
    2022 13th Power Electronics, Drive Systems, and Technologies Conference (PEDSTC)
  • 2022
This paper introduces a stabilized high precision high voltage power supply for photomultiplier tubes. The output voltage can be adjusted from zero to -3kV and the nominal output current is 5mA. Both

A new beam polarimeter at COSY to search for electric dipole moments of charged particles

A calorimetric polarimeter based on inorganic LYSO scintillators is described. It has been designed for use in a storage ring to search for electric dipole moments (EDM) of charged particles such as

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