RADiation Effects Facility, JYFL
The RADEF facility is located in the Accelerator Laboratory at the University of Jyväskylä, Finland (JYFL). The facility includes beam lines dedicated to proton and heavy ion irradiation studies of semiconductor materials and devices. The heavy ion line consists of a vacuum chamber with component movement apparatus inside and ion diagnostic equipment for real-time analysis of beam quality and intensity. In the proton line irradiations are performed in air. There are also a component movement apparatus and beam diagnostic setups in the proton line. Both irradiation lines are located in the same cave.
The cyclotron used at JYFL is a versatile, sector-focused accelerator for producing beams from hydrogen to xenon. The accelerator is equipped with three external ion sources. There are two electron cyclotron resonance (ECR) ion sources designed for high-charge-state heavy ions, and a multicusp ion source for intense beams of protons.
For heavy ions, the maximum attainable energy can be determined using formula E=130q2/m [MeV], where q is the ion charge state and m is the mass in amu. The energy range for proton beams is from few MeVs up to ~60 MeV. The details of the heavy ion cocktails provided by the RADEF facility is here