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Overview of the VELO modules via PVSS

 A PVSS panel that provides users with a quick overview of the status of all the modules in the VELO has been created. There are currently two preliminary versions of the overview panel. They can be accessed via the VELO: TOP panel. Click on the VELO User Panel button, and from there click on Summary.

The information on each VEKI module is displayed in a short column. Measured values from the temperature sensors, the Low voltage and the High voltage are shown, with background colors indicating the status.

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---+!! Overview of the VELO modules via PVSS A PVSS panel that provides users with a quick overview of the status of all the modules in the VELO has been created. There are currently two preliminary versions of the overview panel. They can be accessed via the VELO: TOP panel. Click on the VELO User Panel button, and from there click on Summary.
 
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A PVSS panel that provides users with a quick overview of the status of all the modules in the VELO has been created. There are currently two preliminary versions of the overview panel. They can be found at
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The information on each VEKI module is displayed in a short column. Measured values from the temperature sensors, the Low voltage and the High voltage are shown, with background colors indicating the status.
 
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Please note that the background colors are not yet matched to the actual values used in the interlock. A red value means a measured value that is higher than normal and bears watching, but it is not neccisarily dangerous for the modules.
 
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For both panels, the information on each module is displayed in a short column. Measured values from the temperature sensors, the Low voltage and the High voltage are shown, with background colors indicating the status. (Green=off, Blue=on, Yellow=on and high values measured, Red=on and very high or nonsensical values measured) Please note that the background colors are not yet matched to the actual values used in the interlock. A red value means a measured value that is higher than normal and bears watching, but it is not neccisarily dangerous for the modules.
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The first two fields show the highest of the 2 Repeater Location (R.L.) temperature sensors and the highest of the two NTC sensors respectively. The next 3 values show the currents from the low voltage crates. The last 2 values show voltage and current of the high voltage supply. Note that the 'Current'-field will be displayed in Green if the measured voltage is high enough, even if the current is low.
 
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In the v1 panel, the first 4 values show the temperatures from the 2 sensors at the repeater locations, and the 2 from NTC00 and NTC01. In the v2 panel, only the highest of the 2 R.L. sensors and NTC sensors is shown. The next 6 values show the applied voltage and the currents from the low voltage crates. The v2 panel only shows the currents. The last 2 values show the high voltage.
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By pressing the button with the name of the module on top of each column, the user can open a trending page with plots of that module displayed. Here the measured voltage of the low voltage crate (Graph 1 by default), the current in the LV crate (Graph 2), the high voltage (Graph 3) and the 4 temperature sensors will be displayed.
 
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By pressing the button with the name of the module on top of each column, the user can open a trending page with plots of that module displayed. (This page can also be opened directly, it can be found at G:\velo\pvss\fwComponents_VEECS1\panels\objects\TrendingPage.pnl ) Here the values of the previously mentioned sensors can be seen as a function of time. One can chose with the drop-down boxes at the top of the panel which module's information is displayed. If the user choses the 'Both' option under the 'Hybrid' tab, a limited number of information is displayed for both the R and the Phi sensor, just as is done in the v2 version of the overview panel. The only difference is that the temperatures displayed are always from the same sensors, not from the sensor that gives the highest actual value. After selecting which module needs to be displayed, press the display button.
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The user can also select different information to be displayed in this panel. One can chose with the drop-down boxes at the top of the panel which module's information is displayed. If the user choses the 'Both' option under the 'Hybrid' tab, the LV voltages and 2 of the 4 temperature sensors are not displayed. Note that unlike in the overview panel, the temperatures shown are not always the highest ones. After selecting which module needs to be displayed, press the display button.
 
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By default, all the information of a single module is displayed. From the display tab, the user may also choose to show the values of a single sensor for all modules. Alternatively, one can also chose to make a custom plot, displaying up to 8 parameters of the users choosing.
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By default, all the information of a single module is displayed. From the display tab, the user may also choose to show the values of a single sensor for all modules. Alternatively, one can also chose to make a custom plot, displaying up to 8 parameters of the users choosing.
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-As stated, the background colors are currently only indicators. In the final version, the background colors should change at levels that are actually significant, e.g. a red background should mean a value that triggers the interlock.

-Closing the overview panel on a windows machine can go very slow.

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  -The pressure and cooling information is not yet available.

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The plotting user panel can be used to monitor the low voltage, the high voltage, and the temperatures of the VELO modules in a single panel. To plot the relevant PVSS datapoints as a function of time, use the available tabs (Display, Half, Side, and Module or Parameter) to select which information you wish to display, then press the Display trends button. (The edge of the Display trends button will turn green, indicating that the currently selected options in the tabs are now being displayed.) Depending on the selected display settings, a selection of datapoints will now be displayed in the graphs on the panel. Currently there are two display modes, which can be selected in the Display-tab:

- By default, you can display all available information of a single module. In the other tabs you may choose which module you wish to monitor by selecting the side of the detector, wheter you want an R or a Phi sensor, and the slot number. The Parameter tab will be empty if this display option is selected. With this display setting, there will be four graphs displayed. The first graph shows the voltage of the three low voltage supplies corresponding to the selected module: The hybrid power supply, the +5 V supply and the -5 V supply (which will be displayed as a positive number). The second graph shows the current of the same three low voltage supplies. The third graph shows, on different scales, the voltage and the current of the high voltage supply. The fourth graph shows the temperatures at the two locations of the NTC's: at the cookie and close to the silicon.

- One can also choose one of the twelve parameters, and display the value of that parameter for all modules. If this option is selected, the Module tab will be empty. One must still choose the side of the VELO and wheter you want R or Phi sensors. With these settings, four graphs will be displayed. The first graph will display the measurements from the first four modules and, if you chose to view the R sensors, the two pile-up modules. The second and third graph display the next twelve modules, the fourth graph displays the last five.

With the exception of the graph that shows the voltage and current of the high voltage supply, the scales of all datapoints in a single graph are displayed on the same scale. The maximum and minimum of this scale are determined by the highest maximum and lowest minimum obtained from an autoscale of each of the datapoint trends. If this results in an unwieldingly large scale (for instance, because an unconnected sensor gives a large negative value), the scale min and scale max settings can be used to set boundaries on the scale range.

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The 'v2' panel shows less information per module, but displays the information of all modules on the same page.

For both panels, the information on each module is displayed in a short column. Measured values from the temperature sensors, the Low voltage and the High voltage are shown, with background colors indicating the status. (Green=off, Blue=on, Yellow=on and high values measured, Red=on and very high or nonsensical values measured) Please note that the background colors are not yet matched to the actual values used in the interlock. A red value means a measured value that is higher than normal and bears watching, but it is not neccisarily dangerous for the modules.

In the v1 panel, the first 4 values show the temperatures from the 2 sensors at the repeater locations, and the 2 from NTC00 and NTC01. In the v2 panel, only the highest of the 2 R.L. sensors and NTC sensors is shown. The next 6 values show the applied voltage and the currents from the low voltage crates. The v2 panel only shows the currents. The last 2 values show the high voltage.

By pressing the button with the name of the module on top of each column, the user can open a trending page with plots of that module displayed. (This page can also be opened directly, it can be found at G:\velo\pvss\fwComponents_VEECS1\panels\objects\TrendingPage.pnl ) Here the values of the previously mentioned sensors can be seen as a function of time. One can chose with the drop-down boxes at the top of the panel which module's information is displayed. If the user choses the 'Both' option under the 'Hybrid' tab, a limited number of information is displayed for both the R and the Phi sensor, just as is done in the v2 version of the overview panel. The only difference is that the temperatures displayed are always from the same sensors, not from the sensor that gives the highest actual value. After selecting which module needs to be displayed, press the display button.

By default, all the information of a single module is displayed. From the display tab, the user may also choose to show the values of a single sensor for all modules. Alternatively, one can also chose to make a custom plot, displaying up to 8 parameters of the users choosing.

Current issues:

-As stated, the background colors are currently only indicators. In the final version, the background colors should change at levels that are actually significant, e.g. a red background should mean a value that triggers the interlock.

-Closing the overview panel on a windows machine can go very slow.

-The pressure and cooling information is not yet available.

For any other bugreports or suggestions, please contact Ivan Mous

 

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The corresponding panel is:

G:\velo\pvss\fwComponents_VEECS1\panels\ECS_Domain_User_IMOUS_Beta.pnl

It can be opened in gedi from:

G:\online\ecs\Shortcuts\VELO\VEECS1_UI_GEDI_IMOUS

The plotting user panel can be used to monitor the low voltage, the high voltage, and the temperatures of the VELO modules in a single panel. To plot the relevant PVSS datapoints as a function of time, use the available tabs (Display, Half, Side, and Module or Parameter) to select which information you wish to display, then press the Display trends button. (The edge of the Display trends button will turn green, indicating that the currently selected options in the tabs are now being displayed.) Depending on the selected display settings, a selection of datapoints will now be displayed in the graphs on the panel. Currently there are two display modes, which can be selected in the Display-tab:

- By default, you can display all available information of a single module. In the other tabs you may choose which module you wish to monitor by selecting the side of the detector, wheter you want an R or a Phi sensor, and the slot number. The Parameter tab will be empty if this display option is selected. With this display setting, there will be four graphs displayed. The first graph shows the voltage of the three low voltage supplies corresponding to the selected module: The hybrid power supply, the +5 V supply and the -5 V supply (which will be displayed as a positive number). The second graph shows the current of the same three low voltage supplies. The third graph shows, on different scales, the voltage and the current of the high voltage supply. The fourth graph shows the temperatures at the two locations of the NTC's: at the cookie and close to the silicon.

- One can also choose one of the twelve parameters, and display the value of that parameter for all modules. If this option is selected, the Module tab will be empty. One must still choose the side of the VELO and wheter you want R or Phi sensors. With these settings, four graphs will be displayed. The first graph will display the measurements from the first four modules and, if you chose to view the R sensors, the two pile-up modules. The second and third graph display the next twelve modules, the fourth graph displays the last five.

With the exception of the graph that shows the voltage and current of the high voltage supply, the scales of all datapoints in a single graph are displayed on the same scale. The maximum and minimum of this scale are determined by the highest maximum and lowest minimum obtained from an autoscale of each of the datapoint trends. If this results in an unwieldingly large scale (for instance, because an unconnected sensor gives a large negative value), the scale min and scale max settings can be used to set boundaries on the scale range.

-- IvanMous - 02 May 2008

 
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