Abstract: CHIMERA is an unique multi-detector constructed and operated in Istituto Nazionale di Fisica Nucleare, Laboratorio Nazionale del Sud (Catania, Italy). The device was dedicated to study nuclear structure and mechanism of heavy ions collisions. Three detection techniques are used: Time-Of-Flight method, Delta E-E method and Pulse Shape Analysis method. On the first run of experiments (1999-2000) only so-called "forward part" of the detector, consisted of 688 detection cells, was used. Data analysis did show different scenarios of reaction for neutron-poor and neutron-rich systems.