Triple axis spectrometers RITA-II and CAMEA
The RITA-II triple axis spectrometer has been replaced by the new CAMEA spectrometer. In the course of 2020 CAMEA will be commissioned and thereafter made available for the user operation. The webpage will be updated soon.
Rita-II was a triple axis spectrometer for cold neutrons at SINQ. The instrument was being operated as a joint venture between the Paul Scherrer Institut, the Danmarks Tekniske Universitet (DTU) and the Niels Bohr Institutet, Københavns Universitet, Denmark, through the DanScatt initiative. Rita-II was highly flexible, with a multi-blade analyzer allowing a cornucopia of configurations and a plethora of optimizations according to the users' requirements. Furthermore, extreme sample environments could be used on this instrument, such as MA15 (14.9T cryomagnet) with dilution refrigerator insert. For more detailed information about the instrument and access possibilities, please have a look around on these websites or contact us.
Rita II is a joined project between: