Difference: Pvss (2 vs. 3)

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Slice Test - PVSS operation of the system

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Configure Control board and hybrid

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1 Double-click on VELOC_DAQ. You will get a big panel with Control Boards, VeloModules and Tell1s.
  1. Click on the ControlBoard you want to use. (See e.g. VELOC_DAQ.JPG)
  2. You will get the Control Board panel (See e.g. VELOC_DAQ_CB5.JPG)
  3. Check that the specs node (vedaqc01) is green (running); if not, call the expert.
  4. Click on the top button inside the Control Board frame and choose GetReady. Wait until the text on the button becomes . Click again tha same button and choose LV ON: you will power the low voltage. The software automatically finds which port of the ControlBoard is connected to the RepeaterBoard, and color the corresponding numbered label blue. Click on that.
  5. You will get the Hybrid control panel (See e.g. CB5Hybrid1.JPG)
  6. Check that the specs node (vedaqc01) and the DNS node (ecs01) are both green; if not, call the expert.
  7. In the bottom left white field there is a list of recepies: select the one you want to use.
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  1. Double-click on VELOA(C)_DAQ. You will get a big panel with Control Boards, VeloModules and Tell1s.
  2. Click on the Control Board you want to use (See e.g. VELOC_DAQ.JPG).
  3. You will get the Control Board panel (See e.g. VELOC_DAQ_CB5.JPG).
  4. Check that the specs node (vedaqa(c)01) is green (running); if not, call the expert.
  5. Click on the top button inside the Control Board frame and choose GetReady. Wait until the text on the button becomes . Click again the same button and choose LV ON: you will power the low voltage. The software automatically finds which port of the Control Board is connected to the Repeater Board, and colors the corresponding numbered label blue. Click on that.
  6. You will get the Hybrid control panel (See e.g. CB5Hybrid1.JPG)
  7. Check that the specs node (vedaqa(c)01) and the DNS node (ecs01) are both green; if not, call the expert.
  8. In the bottom left white field there is a list of recipes: select the one you want to use (see below).
 
  1. Click the top button inside the Beetle Selection frame and choose ON. Wait for the configuration and powering of all 16 beetles. If the button becomes blue, you're done!

Configuration of TFC and TELL1s and data taking (delay scan: see separate instructions)

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  1. Reset the system by selecting "RESET" after clicking on "READY". This should bring the subsystems VELOA(C)_DAQ, VELOA(C)_Runinfo and VELOA(C)_TFC into the state "NOT_READY".
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Available Recipes

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Available Recipes

 
  • DELAYSCAN: digitisation delay scan
  • CABLETEST: test of the cabling by injection a bit pattern of test pulses
  • PHYSICSTP: standard data taking with test pulses in channels 4 and 23 of each link
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  • PHYISCSNTP: standard data taking wihtout test pulses
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  • PHYISCSNTP: standard data taking without test pulses
  -- StefanoDeCapua - 08 Feb 2008
 
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