PoS - Proceedings of Science
Volume 449 - The European Physical Society Conference on High Energy Physics (EPS-HEP2023) - T12 Detector R&D and Data Handling
Temperature studies of Pixel-Strip Detector Modules for the Upgrade of the CMS Outer Tracker using a Burn-In Setup
A. Ventura Barroso*  on behalf of the CMS Collaboration
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Pre-published on: December 14, 2023
Published on: March 21, 2024
The high-luminosity upgrade of the LHC will result in an increase of the typical instantaneous luminosity by a factor of about four. In order to cope with the new conditions, such as higher levels of radiation damage, larger pileup, and higher data load, the CMS detector will require substantial upgrades. As part of this upgrade program, the entire silicon tracking detector will be replaced. The basic elements of the new CMS Outer Tracker (OT) are $p_T$ modules containing silicon sensors, which implement a mechanism to contribute to the Level-1 trigger system. The modules have to operate at low temperatures (-35$^{\circ}$C) to mitigate the increase in the leakage current resulting from exposure to high radiation levels.

In addition to thorough quality control, a burn-in procedure is needed to ensure the functionality of each OT module at the operating temperature, both during long-term operation and after temperature cycles.

For this purpose, a burn-in system is being commissioned at DESY. This setup will perform thermal cycles from room temperature down to the operation temperature and conduct essential tests to ensure good performance of the modules. For the validation of this setup, the thermal contact for a Pixel-Strip (PS) module under power as well as there internal temperature distribution have been studied.
In this contribution, the burn-in setup as well as the temperature studies of a prototype of a PS module will be presented.
DOI: https://doi.org/10.22323/1.449.0579
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