Difference: RichTestBeamTracker2017 (1 vs. 15)

Revision 152017-10-09 - FlorisKeizer

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 root -l > gSystem -> Load("./bin/libtilockdll")
> locker = new TILock("ASRL5::INSTR")
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> locker = PrintStatus()
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> locker -> PrintStatus()
 

NTC0-8 are connected to the modules. The temperatures should read 35 to 40 degrees Celsius.

Revision 142017-10-07 - FlorisKeizer

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 trackerControlGUIannotated.png

Operating temperature interlock

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Run as richtbuser@lbrichtb.
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Run as lhcbrich@lbrichtb.
  The temperature interlock is managed by NI-visa. To find the device identifier, type NIvisaic in the terminal, and look for Serial Instrument Resources. The interlock will have an identifier of the format ASRL5::INSTR. Make a note of this identifier and close the NIvisaic.

Revision 132017-10-07 - FlorisKeizer

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 PATH=$PATH:. java -Djava.library.path=. -jar trackerControl.jar
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From the main panel, press Get tracker ready for start to load settings into the modules and enable data taking. Before starting/stopping a run, check that the gates Tr-A and Tr-B are enabled on the trigger board GUI.
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From the main panel, press Get tracker ready for start to load settings into the modules and enable data taking.
 
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Press the Stop button followed Start to begin data acquisition. When Recording is ticked, Start will bring up a panel for automatic logbook entry. The tracker is ready to receive triggers as soon as you complete the log entry.
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On the trigger board GUI : check that the gates Tr-A and Tr-B are enabled and the triggers are stopped.
 
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After preparing the tracker for a run, you can enable the triggers on the tb-trigger GUI, record data, then disable the triggers, and press Stop on the tracker GUI.
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Press the Stop button followed Start to begin data acquisition. When Recording is ticked, Start will bring up a panel for automatic logbook entry. The tracker is ready to receive triggers as soon as you complete the log entry (include the Minidaq run number here). Now also start the Minidaq run.

On the trigger board GUI : now enable the triggers, and wait for data to be recorded. Once enough data is recorded, stop the triggers.

Press Stop on the tracker GUI to stop the run, and stop the Minidaq run.

  trackerControlGUIannotated.png

Operating temperature interlock

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Should be run as richtbuser@lbrichtb.
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Run as richtbuser@lbrichtb.
 
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The temperature interlock interfaces is managed by NI-visa. To check the device identifier, type "NIvisaic" in the terminal, and look for "Serial Instrument Resources". The interlock will have an identifier in the format "ASRL5::INSTR".
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The temperature interlock is managed by NI-visa. To find the device identifier, type NIvisaic in the terminal, and look for Serial Instrument Resources. The interlock will have an identifier of the format ASRL5::INSTR. Make a note of this identifier and close the NIvisaic.
 
SetupProject ROOT
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 > locker = PrintStatus()
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The NTC0-9 are connected to the modules in the downstream to upstream modules. Eight out of then modules are powered and read out, the remaining two modules will have a lower temperature. The temperatures read back should stabilise at 30 to 40 degrees Celsius.
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NTC0-8 are connected to the modules. The temperatures should read 35 to 40 degrees Celsius.
 
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ALERT! Switch off the tracker when any of the thermistors read >=42 degrees.
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ALERT! Switch off the tracker when any of the thermistors read >=41 degrees.
 
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Low voltage and silicon bias for Tracker

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Switching the tracker on/off

 ALERT! The enabling of the tracker low voltages and the silicon bias should be done with care, as there is a risk of overheating.
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Run as lhcbrich@pclhcb182.

The digital board channel can be switched on/off regardless of what temperature the tracker is at.

 First make sure that the nitrogen feed has flushed the box.
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Then switch on the chiller and wait until the modules are cool (~12 degrees C).
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Then switch on the chiller and wait until the modules are cool (about 12-14 degrees C).
  The TrackerLV1-4 can now be switched on.
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The digital board channel can be switched on/off regardless of what temperature the tracker is at.
 The WinCC script performs the following sequence on "GO_READY".

1) Switch on silicon bias voltage : 150V and 3-4uA. Ramping should be slow, at 1V per second.

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  3) Switch on the 4 tracker LV channels : 5V and 2.2A per channel.
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When switched on, the tracker should be configured as soon as possible (loading the thresholds reduces noise and heat generated). This should be done by pressing "Get tracker ready for start" in the "tracker control" GUI.
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The tracker should then be configured by pressing Get tracker ready for start in the tracker control GUI.
 

The Online Display

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Installed for the richtbuser account, run from lbrichtb.
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Run as richtbuser@lbrichtb.
  The online display is started as follows:
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 The chiller should be set to 8.0 degrees C. As this is well below the dew point, the box should be flushed with nitrogen before the cooling is enabled. Although precautions have been taken, it is also good to check during an access to the beam area that the patch panel doesn't get wet on the outside of the box due to condensation.
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META TOPICMOVED by="lhcbrich" date="1496172005" from="LHCb.TestBeamTracker2017" to="LHCb.RichTestBeamTracker2017"

Revision 122017-06-07 - FlorisKeizer

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 PATH=$PATH:. java -Djava.library.path=. -jar trackerControl.jar
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trackerControlGUIannotated.png
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From the main panel, press Get tracker ready for start to load settings into the modules and enable data taking. Before starting/stopping a run, check that the gates Tr-A and Tr-B are enabled on the trigger board GUI.

Press the Stop button followed Start to begin data acquisition. When Recording is ticked, Start will bring up a panel for automatic logbook entry. The tracker is ready to receive triggers as soon as you complete the log entry.

 
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From the main panel, press Get tracker ready for start to load settings into the modules and enable data taking. Before starting/stopping a run, check that the gates Tr-A and Tr-B are enabled on the trigger board GUI, and take a note of the type of trigger source that is selected on the GUI (it is useful to make a note of this in the automatic logbook).
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After preparing the tracker for a run, you can enable the triggers on the tb-trigger GUI, record data, then disable the triggers, and press Stop on the tracker GUI.
 
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Press the Stop button followed Start to begin data acquisition. When Recording is ticked, Start will bring up a panel for automatic logbook entry.
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trackerControlGUIannotated.png
 

Operating temperature interlock

Should be run as richtbuser@lbrichtb.

Revision 112017-06-06 - FlorisKeizer

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META TOPICPARENT name="RichTestBeam"
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The "tracker control" Graphical User Interface

Run as richtbuser@lbrichtb .

The tracker control GUI is started as follows:

cd /home/richtbuser/Public/tracker_tb2017
PATH=$PATH:. java -Djava.library.path=. -jar trackerControl.jar

trackerControlGUIannotated.png

From the main panel, press Get tracker ready for start to load settings into the modules and enable data taking. Before starting/stopping a run, check that the gates Tr-A and Tr-B are enabled on the trigger board GUI, and take a note of the type of trigger source that is selected on the GUI (it is useful to make a note of this in the automatic logbook).

Press the Stop button followed Start to begin data acquisition. When Recording is ticked, Start will bring up a panel for automatic logbook entry.

 

Operating temperature interlock

Should be run as richtbuser@lbrichtb.
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 When switched on, the tracker should be configured as soon as possible (loading the thresholds reduces noise and heat generated). This should be done by pressing "Get tracker ready for start" in the "tracker control" GUI.
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The "tracker control" Graphical User Interface

Installed for the richtbuser account, run from lbrichtb.

The tracker control GUI is started as follows:

cd /home/richtbuser/Public/tracker_tb2017
PATH=$PATH:. java -Djava.library.path=. -jar trackerControl.jar

trackerControlGUIannotated.png

 

The Online Display

Installed for the richtbuser account, run from lbrichtb.

Revision 102017-06-05 - FlorisKeizer

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 PATH=$PATH:. java -Djava.library.path=. -jar trackerControl.jar
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trackerControlGUIannotated.png
 

The Online Display

Installed for the richtbuser account, run from lbrichtb.
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META FILEATTACHMENT attachment="trackerControlGUIannotated.png" attr="" comment="control GUI" date="1496695949" name="trackerControlGUIannotated.png" path="trackerControlGUIannotated.png" size="51530" user="fkeizer" version="1"
 
META TOPICMOVED by="lhcbrich" date="1496172005" from="LHCb.TestBeamTracker2017" to="LHCb.RichTestBeamTracker2017"

Revision 82017-06-01 - FlorisKeizer

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Low voltage and silicon bias for Tracker

ALERT! The enabling of the tracker low voltages and the silicon bias should be done with care, as there is a risk of overheating.
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First make sure that the chiller is switched on and the modules are cool (~12 degrees C).
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First make sure that the nitrogen feed has flushed the box.

Then switch on the chiller and wait until the modules are cool (~12 degrees C).

The TrackerLV1-4 can now be switched on.

  The digital board channel can be switched on/off regardless of what temperature the tracker is at.
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Before powering the tracker, switch on the chiller (reservoir temperature 8 degrees Celcius) and wait until the temperature interlock reads about 12 degrees C. The WinCC script performs the following sequence on "GO_READY".
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The WinCC script performs the following sequence on "GO_READY".
  1) Switch on silicon bias voltage : 150V and 3-4uA. Ramping should be slow, at 1V per second. 2) Switch on digital boards : 3V3 at 1.2A.

Revision 72017-06-01 - LhcbTestbeamSupportService

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META TOPICPARENT name="RichTestBeam"

Operating temperature interlock

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Installed for richtbuser account, run from lbrichtb.
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Should be run as richtbuser@lbrichtb.
  The temperature interlock interfaces is managed by NI-visa. To check the device identifier, type "NIvisaic" in the terminal, and look for "Serial Instrument Resources". The interlock will have an identifier in the format "ASRL5::INSTR".
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Navigate to /home/richtbuser/Public/itsdaq/interlock/ and launch Root. In Root:
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SetupProject ROOT
cd /home/richtbuser/Public/itsdaq/interlock/
root -l 
 > gSystem -> Load("./bin/libtilockdll")
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 > locker = new TILock("ASRL5::INSTR")
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> locker = PrintStatus()
 
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To view a list of the temperatures:

> locker -> PrintStatus()

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The NTC0-9 are connected to the modules in the downstream to upstream modules. Eight out of then modules are powered and read out, the remaining two modules will have a lower temperature.
 The temperatures read back should stabilise at 30 to 40 degrees Celsius.

ALERT! Switch off the tracker when any of the thermistors read >=42 degrees.

Low voltage and silicon bias for Tracker

Changed:
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ALERT! The enabling of the tracker low voltages and the silicon bias should be done with care, as there is a risk of overheating! First make sure that the chiller is switched on and the modules are cool (~12 degrees C).
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ALERT! The enabling of the tracker low voltages and the silicon bias should be done with care, as there is a risk of overheating.

First make sure that the chiller is switched on and the modules are cool (~12 degrees C).

  The digital board channel can be switched on/off regardless of what temperature the tracker is at.

Before powering the tracker, switch on the chiller (reservoir temperature 8 degrees Celcius) and wait until the temperature interlock reads about 12 degrees C. The WinCC script performs the following sequence on "GO_READY".

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1) Switch on silicon bias voltage : 150V and 3-4uA. Ramping should be slow, at 1V per second. 2) Switch on digital boards : 3V3 at 1.2A. 3) Switch on the 4 tracker LV channels : 5V and 2.2A per channel.
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1) Switch on silicon bias voltage : 150V and 3-4uA. Ramping should be slow, at 1V per second. 2) Switch on digital boards : 3V3 at 1.2A. 3) Switch on the 4 tracker LV channels : 5V and 2.2A per channel.
  When switched on, the tracker should be configured as soon as possible (loading the thresholds reduces noise and heat generated). This should be done by pressing "Get tracker ready for start" in the "tracker control" GUI.
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  The tracker control GUI is started as follows:
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> cd /home/richtbuser/Public/tracker_tb2017

> PATH=$PATH:. java -Djava.library.path=. -jar trackerControl.jar

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cd /home/richtbuser/Public/tracker_tb2017
PATH=$PATH:. java -Djava.library.path=. -jar trackerControl.jar
 

The Online Display

Installed for the richtbuser account, run from lbrichtb.

The online display is started as follows:

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> cd /home/richtbuser/Public/tracker_tb2017/online_display
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cd /home/richtbuser/Public/tracker_tb2017/online_display
java -jar pbw.jar
 
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> java -jar pbw.jar

Data source should be set to "http://localhost:7999/" from the tick down list.

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Data source should be set to http://localhost:7999/ from the tick down list.
  Press "Go" and select the two trackers that appear. For each tracker, eight histograms and a 2D plot will appear.

Revision 62017-05-30 - LhcbTestbeamSupportService

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  Press "Go" and select the two trackers that appear. For each tracker, eight histograms and a 2D plot will appear.
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Water cooling for the tracker

The chiller should be set to 8.0 degrees C. As this is well below the dew point, the box should be flushed with nitrogen before the cooling is enabled. Although precautions have been taken, it is also good to check during an access to the beam area that the patch panel doesn't get wet on the outside of the box due to condensation.

 -- FlorisKeizer - 2017-05-23

Revision 42017-05-29 - FlorisKeizer

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META TOPICPARENT name="RichTestBeam"

Operating temperature interlock

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Installed for richtbuser account.
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Installed for richtbuser account, run from lbrichtb.
  The temperature interlock interfaces is managed by NI-visa. To check the device identifier, type "NIvisaic" in the terminal, and look for "Serial Instrument Resources". The interlock will have an identifier in the format "ASRL5::INSTR".
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Navigate to ~/Public/itsdaq/interlock/ and launch Root.
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Navigate to /home/richtbuser/Public/itsdaq/interlock/ and launch Root.
 In Root:

> gSystem -> Load("./bin/libtilockdll")

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  > locker -> PrintStatus()
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The temperatures read back should stabilise at 30 to 40 degrees Celsius.

ALERT! Switch off the tracker when any of the thermistors read >=42 degrees.

 

Low voltage and silicon bias for Tracker

Changed:
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ALERT! The enabling of the tracker low voltages and the silicon bias should be done with care, as there is a risk of overheating!
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ALERT! The enabling of the tracker low voltages and the silicon bias should be done with care, as there is a risk of overheating! First make sure that the chiller is switched on and the modules are cool (~12 degrees C).

The digital board channel can be switched on/off regardless of what temperature the tracker is at.

Before powering the tracker, switch on the chiller (reservoir temperature 8 degrees Celcius) and wait until the temperature interlock reads about 12 degrees C. The WinCC script performs the following sequence on "GO_READY".

1) Switch on silicon bias voltage : 150V and 3-4uA. Ramping should be slow, at 1V per second. 2) Switch on digital boards : 3V3 at 1.2A. 3) Switch on the 4 tracker LV channels : 5V and 2.2A per channel.

When switched on, the tracker should be configured as soon as possible (loading the thresholds reduces noise and heat generated). This should be done by pressing "Get tracker ready for start" in the "tracker control" GUI.

The "tracker control" Graphical User Interface

Installed for the richtbuser account, run from lbrichtb.

The tracker control GUI is started as follows:

> cd /home/richtbuser/Public/tracker_tb2017

 
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The digital board channel is less critical, and can be switched on/off regardless of what temperature the tracker is at.
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> PATH=$PATH:. java -Djava.library.path=. -jar trackerControl.jar
 
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Before powering the tracker, switch on the chiller (reservoir temperature 8 degrees Celcius) and wait until the temperature interlock reads about 10 degrees C. Then switch on silicon bias voltage. Then switch on the 4 channels of the tracker and (with the DBs also switched on) press "Get tracker ready for start" in the GUI as soon as the channels are all on. The tracker is now set up.
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The Online Display

Installed for the richtbuser account, run from lbrichtb.
 
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Voltage levels :
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The online display is started as follows:
 
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Tracker 1-4 : 5.0V.
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> cd /home/richtbuser/Public/tracker_tb2017/online_display
 
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DBs (digital boards) : 3.3V, current approximately 1.1A.
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> java -jar pbw.jar
 
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Silicon bias : 150V, current of a few micro-amps on startup, increasing to 10-20uA as the temperature of the tracker reaches equilibrium at 30-40 degrees Celcius.
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Data source should be set to "http://localhost:7999/" from the tick down list.
 
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Press "Go" and select the two trackers that appear. For each tracker, eight histograms and a 2D plot will appear.
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Revision 32017-05-29 - StephenWotton

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 > locker -> PrintStatus()

Low voltage and silicon bias for Tracker

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* The enabling of the tracker low voltages and the silicon bias should be done with care, as there is a risk of overheating! *
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ALERT! The enabling of the tracker low voltages and the silicon bias should be done with care, as there is a risk of overheating!
  The digital board channel is less critical, and can be switched on/off regardless of what temperature the tracker is at.

Revision 22017-05-25 - LhcbTestbeamSupportService

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META TOPICPARENT name="RichTestBeam"
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  > locker -> PrintStatus()
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Low voltage and silicon bias for Tracker

* The enabling of the tracker low voltages and the silicon bias should be done with care, as there is a risk of overheating! *

The digital board channel is less critical, and can be switched on/off regardless of what temperature the tracker is at.

Before powering the tracker, switch on the chiller (reservoir temperature 8 degrees Celcius) and wait until the temperature interlock reads about 10 degrees C. Then switch on silicon bias voltage. Then switch on the 4 channels of the tracker and (with the DBs also switched on) press "Get tracker ready for start" in the GUI as soon as the channels are all on. The tracker is now set up.

Voltage levels :

Tracker 1-4 : 5.0V.

DBs (digital boards) : 3.3V, current approximately 1.1A.

Silicon bias : 150V, current of a few micro-amps on startup, increasing to 10-20uA as the temperature of the tracker reaches equilibrium at 30-40 degrees Celcius.

  -- FlorisKeizer - 2017-05-23

Revision 12017-05-23 - FlorisKeizer

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META TOPICPARENT name="RichTestBeam"

Operating temperature interlock

Installed for richtbuser account.

The temperature interlock interfaces is managed by NI-visa. To check the device identifier, type "NIvisaic" in the terminal, and look for "Serial Instrument Resources". The interlock will have an identifier in the format "ASRL5::INSTR".

Navigate to ~/Public/itsdaq/interlock/ and launch Root. In Root:

> gSystem -> Load("./bin/libtilockdll")

> locker = new TILock("ASRL5::INSTR")

To view a list of the temperatures:

> locker -> PrintStatus()

-- FlorisKeizer - 2017-05-23

 
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