New silicon microstrip detector for ultra-fast dynamic studies is being developed in the Institute of Nuclear Physics SB RAS. The first prototype of such detector with a silicon sensor with 50 um strip pitch, 30 mm strip length and with 96 active channels equiped with specially developed ASIC is now operating at the SR beam line 8 of the VEPP-4M storage ring. The new prototype demonstrated about 20 times higher limit of the detected photon flux that the detector can measure as compared to the current detector DIMEX-G, based on gas technology. Spatial resolution of the new prototype is ~4 times better and frame rate is about 6 times higher than in the gaseous detector. The first results of operation in multi-bunch mode with VEPP-4M storage ring will be demonstrated in the presentation.
This work is supported by RFBR grant number 19-42-540006.