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Since an aperture of a low energy beam transport line of the KHIMA is quite large, 100 mm, to minimize an uncontrolled beam loss, large aperture Faraday-cup with the diameter of 100 mm is installed to measure the beam current from the electron cyclotron resonance ion source (ECR-IS) and to identify the ion species using analyzing magnet. The suppression ring is designed to reduce the repelling electrons for an accurate measurement. The Faraday-cup has the cooling channel with the heatdoi:10.18429/jacow-ipac2016-mopmr009 fatcat:i7ppozcornhm5paxby6o6unsw4