The ultracold neutron (UCN) source at the Paul Scherrer Institut is
being successfully operated since 2011 and has provided UCN for example
to the nEDM experiment, which has placed the tightest constraints to
date on the neutron's electric dipole moment in 2020. Currently the
successor experiment n2EDM is being commissioned at the same position.
At the second beam port, the neutron lifetime experiment τSPECT,
developed at Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz, is currently being set
up for data taking. τSPECT is the first neutron lifetime experimen using
spin-flip loading and 3-dimensional magnetic storage of neutrons.
In this talk, the status of both experiments and first results from
commissioning with neutrons will be presented.