We present our circuit solution for the implementation of a very simple temperature stabilization system of an array of 62 large mass bolometric detectors, CUORICI The implemented instrument exploits one of the front-end channels to close the feedback loop between a thermistor and a heather, both of them located on the detector holder in the refrigerating system. Avery compact layout was developed that avoids any possible presence of EMI interference, which would otherwise be introduced if a commercial instrument were adopted. The stabilized temperature is obtained exploiting the offset correcting circuit of the remotely programmable front-end channel to autogenerate the reference operating point for the feedback loop. Thanks to the adopted configuration, the instability of the cryogenic apparatus, which induced a drift corresponding to about 50 keV/day, was reduced to less than about 0.5 keV/day. To model the system behavior, we have reformulated the bolometer theory of operation using the concept of a feedback network. The obtained results will be shown. © 2005 IEEE.

Arnaboldi, C., Bucci, C., Capelli, S., Gorla, P., Guardincerri, E., Nucciotti, A., et al. (2005). The Temperature Stabilization System of CUORICINO: An Array of Macro Bolometers. IEEE TRANSACTIONS ON NUCLEAR SCIENCE, 52(5), 1630-1637 [10.1109/TNS.2005.856758].

The Temperature Stabilization System of CUORICINO: An Array of Macro Bolometers

ARNABOLDI, CLAUDIO;CAPELLI, SILVIA;GORLA, PAOLO;NUCCIOTTI, ANGELO ENRICO LODOVICO;SISTI, MONICA
2005

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We present our circuit solution for the implementation of a very simple temperature stabilization system of an array of 62 large mass bolometric detectors, CUORICI The implemented instrument exploits one of the front-end channels to close the feedback loop between a thermistor and a heather, both of them located on the detector holder in the refrigerating system. Avery compact layout was developed that avoids any possible presence of EMI interference, which would otherwise be introduced if a commercial instrument were adopted. The stabilized temperature is obtained exploiting the offset correcting circuit of the remotely programmable front-end channel to autogenerate the reference operating point for the feedback loop. Thanks to the adopted configuration, the instability of the cryogenic apparatus, which induced a drift corresponding to about 50 keV/day, was reduced to less than about 0.5 keV/day. To model the system behavior, we have reformulated the bolometer theory of operation using the concept of a feedback network. The obtained results will be shown. © 2005 IEEE.
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We present our circuit solution for the implementation of a very simple temperature stabilization system of an array of 62 large mass bolometric detectors, CUORICINO. The implemented instrument exploits one of the front-end channels to close the feedback loop between a thermistor and a heather, both of them located on the detector holder in the refrigerating system. A very compact layout was developed that avoids any possible presence of EMI interference, which would otherwise be introduced if a commercial instrument were adopted. The stabilized temperature is obtained exploiting the offset correcting circuit of the remotely programmable front-end channel to autogenerate the reference operating point for the feedback loop. Thanks to the adopted configuration, the instability of the cryogenic apparatus, which induced a drift corresponding to about 50 keV/day, was reduced to less than about 0.5 keV/day. To model the system behavior, we have reformulated the bolometer theory of operation using the concept of a feedback network. The obtained results will be shown
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Arnaboldi, C., Bucci, C., Capelli, S., Gorla, P., Guardincerri, E., Nucciotti, A., et al. (2005). The Temperature Stabilization System of CUORICINO: An Array of Macro Bolometers. IEEE TRANSACTIONS ON NUCLEAR SCIENCE, 52(5), 1630-1637 [10.1109/TNS.2005.856758].
Arnaboldi, C; Bucci, C; Capelli, S; Gorla, P; Guardincerri, E; Nucciotti, A; Pessina, G; Pirro, S; Sisti, M
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