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Beam Status

The current status of the ISIS beam.

Coloured blocks show mean proton beam current during the period.
Red bars show maximum and minimum beam current during the period.

Target Station 1 beam current

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Target Station 1 Beam Current - Last HourTarget Station 1 Beam Current - Last DayTarget Station 1 Beam Current - Last Week

Target Station 2 beam current

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Target Station 2 Beam Current - Last HourTarget Station 2 Beam Current - Last DayTarget Station 2 Beam Current - Last Week

ISIS schedule 2013

Last update: 7 August 2013

Please note that all cycles end at 08.30 in the morning on the date specified

These dates are confirmed

User run cycleTargetStartEndMaintenance Day(s)
2013/01TS1 & TS214 May 201313 June 2013 
2013/02TS1 & TS223 July 20138 Aug 2013 
2013/03TS1 & TS217 Sept 20131 Nov 20139 Oct 2013
2013/04TS1 & TS219 Nov 201320 Dec 20134 Dec 2013
2013/05TS1 & TS211 Febr 20144 April 201426 Feb and 19 Mar 2014

These dates are provisional

User run cycleTargetStartEndMaintenance day(s)
2014/01TS1 & TS26 May 201427 June 201421 May and 11 June 2014
2014/02TS1 & TS215 July 201422 Aug 201430 July 2014
2014/03TS1 & TS210 Mar 201517 April 2015TBC

From August 2014 to February 2015 ISIS will have a planned shut-down.  This is for a variety of projects including replacement of magnets in the first target station extracted proton beamline, modifications to the second target station reflector and upgrade of the front end of the muon beamline.  The shutdown means that there will be no proposal round in April 2014. Proposals will be received again in late 2014.

Historic ISIS operating schedules

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