Solar Power Supply and Environmental Control System for DIMS Experiment
July 07, 2021
The DIMS experiment aims to observe a candidate of a macroscopic dark matter and interstellar
meteors . Four camera modules will be installed at CLF, BRM and TARA at the TA site in
Utah, USA. Since there is no power lines from the electric power company at the CLF site, we
developed the power supply system using solar power generation. High sensitivity CMOS cameras
are housed in four camera boxes with acrylic domes. Observation will be performed automatically
every night. We also developed a system to control the temperature and humidity in the boxes by
acquiring environmental data for stable observation.
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