Experimental Physics and Industrial Control System
EPICS drivers for ZTEC LXI oscilloscopes provide complete control using process variables.
The EPICS Integration Site: APS
at Argonne National Laboratory (ANL)
Dr. Dave Gurd has kindly allowed the pre-print of his Aug. 20 LINAC 2004 talk to be published here.
CONTROL AND GLOBAL NETWORKS - STATE OF THE ART (.pdf)
D. Gurd, SNS, ORNL/LANL, Oak Ridge, TN, USA
( Work supported by the US Department of Energy under contract DE-AC05-00OR22725)
Another LINAC 2004 Paper
A Wire Position Monitor
System for the ISAC-II Cryomodule Components Alignment (.pdf)
W. Rawnsley, Y. Bylinski, G. Dutto, K. Fong, R. Laxdal, T. Ries (TRIUMF, Vancouver), D. Giove (INFN, Milan)
EPICS Base is truly Open Source (ANL Announcement 04-Feb-2004)
All versions of EPICS Base have now been made publicly available without restriction - the EAR-99 export restrictions no longer apply, so the code has been relicensed using the EPICS Open License.
Highland Technology V680 TDC Driver for EPICS
We have developed an EPICS driver for the Highland Technology V680 TDC (Time to Digital Converter). Please read on
Vista Control Systems
Vista software has been used to control the 2C radioisotope production beamline at TRIUMF since 1989. In addition, TRIUMF has purchased Hytec crate crate controllers and couplers for CAMAC, VME and PCI systems from them.
"We are the representative for Hytec in the US and Hytec has many units with EPICS drivers and now a 1U IOC with computer, disk and I/O all included - the 9010." - Peter Clout, Vista Control Systems, Los Alamos, 2007-01-31
ISAC II Cryomodule Alignment (Moved to its own page, please follow the link)
BIW00 Workshop Paper
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