CWCT and its electronics BCM-CW-E have been succesfully tested at UNILAC (GSI, Darmstad, Germany) during 3 days this week.
Bergoz Instrumentation and its North American distributor, GMW, will be present at the IPAC 18.
During one day, the students of JUAS (Joint Universities Accelerator School) could participate to a practical day in our facilities.
Bergoz Instrumentation and Geebee International (Bergoz' Indian distributor) ran a booth together at the InPAC 2018, Indian Particle Accelerator Conference, from January 9 to 12.
Bergoz Instrumention will be present at the InPAC 2018. The conference will be held at Raja Ramanna Centre for Advanced Technology, Indore, India, from the 9th to the 12th of January 2018.
Bergoz Instrumentation is granted ISO 9001 (2015) on first attempt.
Turbo-ICT is installed on LIGHT, the S-band medical proton linac to measure CW beam current.
LIGHT, for Linac Image Guided Hadron Technology, is a CERN spin-off.
BINP-Plasma LLC, an affiliate company of Budker Institute of Nuclear Physics purchases a NPCT.
Fermilab PIP-II will use four In-flange ACCTs to measure beam and beam loss in LEBT and MEBT. VWM already tested at ProjectX is being considered for halo measurement with a new sensor head.
Maier-Leibnitz-Laboratorium (MLL), Garching, Germany, will use the new In-vacuum Turbo-ICT to measure pulses <1pC and up.
MLL Turbo-ICT range is extended to 3nC.
A neutron beam was produced at the China Spallation Neutron Source (CSNS) for the first time on August 28.
IMP-CAS in Lanzhou develops a new S-band 100 MeV electron linac. The thermionic gun currents are measured by two In-flange ACCTs.
A highly sensitive Turbo-ICT and a BCM-RF electronics were delivered to the AXSIS project at DESY.
They allow to resolve pulse charges even below 10 fC.
Fermilab Recycler Ring has measured its stored beam with an NPCT since 2010.
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