Keller Technology had the honor of supplying undulators for SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory’s newest project, the Linac Coherent Light Source-II (LCLS-II ) which is designed to be 10,000 times brighter than the original LCLS laser. In fact, we have been a part of the LCLS-II program for almost a decade.
“This was an amazing project to be involved with,” stated Barnaby Keller, Keller Technology’s Vice President of Business Development. “We are very excited for LCLS-II’s first light. [Here at] Keller Technology Corporation, we are honored to have been able to work with such a great team SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory and Berkeley Lab and provide fully integrated HXR and SXR undulators.”
These undulators can be found two miles into the accelerator in a section called, “Undulator Hall.” In this section, there are one hundred meters of alternating magnets that create coherent laser light in the X-rays regime. Learn more about this facility and check out our equipment in action: