High-Resolution Visible Spectrometer for Divertor
To observe line shape for study of behavior of atoms and ions
in the divertor region.
[Detectors, Diagnostic Method]
Light collected by lenses is transmitted by optical fibers from
the torus hall to a diagnostic room.
The light from the optical fibers passes an interference filter
of the preoptics to remove the overlapping orders.
The spectrometer is built in Littrow mounting with an echelle
An image-intensified CCD camera observes the image of the fibers.
||2-4 cm (16 ch.)
||P-8 upper outside port
H. Kubo, et al., "High resolution visible spectrometer for
divertor study in JT-60U", Fusion Eng. Des., 34-35 (1997) 277.