ID14-1/2/4

Three undulators in tandem on a high-ß section (min gap 16mm) U35 U23 U24.4
magnetic period 35 mm 23 mm 24.4 mm
Kmax
0.42 0.52
rms source size (H x V, µm) and divergence (H x V, µrad) 402 x 7.9 10.7 x 3.2

Beamline ID14 is an undulator beamline on a high-ß section dedicated to monochromatic macromolecular crystallography. Using three undulators, ID14-1/2 provide high brilliance at 13.3 keV, as well as limited tunability between 9.6 keV and 14.5 keV on ID14-4. Based on the Troika concept, this beamline has four stations: three side stations using thin diamond crystals and an end station with a double crystal monochromator and a toroidal focusing mirror. These stations are operated independently to allow four different user groups to collect data simultaneously.

The beamline has three undulators, all with a minimum gap of 16 mm and a length of 1.6 m. The first undulator, with a period of 42 mm, is tunable over a wide wavelength range. The second undulator of 23 mm is a single line undulator providing highest flux for experiments at 13.3 keV. The final undulator is optimised for Se edge experiments with the peak flux at around 12.7 keV.

 

ID23-1 and ID23-2

Two canted undulators on a low-ß section (min gap 11mm) U35 (for ID23-1) U20.2 (for ID23-2)
magnetic period 35 mm 23 mm
Kmax    
rms source size (H x V, µm) and divergence (H x V, µrad) 59 x 8.3 90 x 3.0

Beamlines ID23-1 and ID23-2 operate from a canted undulator section with an angular seperation of 1.5 mrad between the two X-ray beams. The U35 is a widley tunable undulator giving access to energies from 5 keV to 20 keV. The U20.2 undulators of ID23-2 is designed to be as monochromatic as possible with peak output at 14.2 keV.

 

ID29

NN co-linear undulators on a low-ß section (min gap 11 mm, U35, and 6 mm U21) U35 U21
magnetic period 35 mm 21 mm
Kmax    
rms source size (H x V, µm) and divergence (H x V, µrad) 59 x 8.3 90 x 3.0

 

BM29

Bending magnet at 9 mrad
magnetic field 0.85 T
critical energy 20.35 keV

FWHM source size (H x V) 

FWHM divergence (H x V)

270 µm x 80 µm

2400 µrad x 180 µrad