Difference: RichUpDCS (1 vs. 4)

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  Humidity and pressure sensors are declared under the corresponding ELMB node as Direct ADC Voltage devices. The converted values are obtained by declaring the devices under the AnalogDigital node in the D&N, and by setting the corresponding DP function config.
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Alarm settings

Following the LHCb ECS guidelines, not acknowledgeable alarms will be used (_fwFatalNack (ERROR), _fwErrorNack (Too Low), _fwWarningNack (WARNING)).

Temperatures (value) limits: 5, 30, 40

Humidity limits: 5, 50, 70

 

Archives settings

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LV currents and voltages: Deadband AND time: 30 minutes, 0.5 absolute value.
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LV (MeasurementSenseVoltage, MeasurementCurrent): Deadband AND time: 30 minutes, 0.5 absolute value.
 
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Temperatures: Deadband AND time: 30 minutes, 0.5 degrees.
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Temperatures (value): Deadband AND time: 30 minutes, 0.5 degrees.
 
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Raw voltages: Deadband AND time: 30 minutes, 1 mV.
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Raw voltages (value): Deadband AND time: 30 minutes, 1 mV.
  Converted values (AI: humidities, pressures...): Deadband AND time: 30 minutes, 0.5 absolute value.

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  The OPC-UA server will run on the ELMBs CCPC (TBC). In the ComLab, the pclhcb33 machine is emulating this CCPC. The OPC-UA client is running on this machine (change the options to be -num 9 -event pcsyslab02:11612 -data pcsyslab02:11611). Moreover, you need to change the URL under System Management -> Driver OPC -> OPC UA client of the R2DCS1 project to point to pclhcb33.
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Currently the R2DCS1 project only contains the LV channel.
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Voltage devices

 
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For the time being, other DCS sensors (temperature, humidity and pressure) readout by ELMB63 and ELMB17 are installed in the elmb project on pclhcb33, where the CAN-USB interface is plugged.
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Humidity and pressure sensors are declared under the corresponding ELMB node as Direct ADC Voltage devices. The converted values are obtained by declaring the devices under the AnalogDigital node in the D&N, and by setting the corresponding DP function config.
 
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A 4-wires Pt100 is installed in the M3 hole at the top of the column inside the SSB1. A humidity sensor is installed inside the SSB1 as well. A 2-wires Pt1k is used to measure the temperature in the ComLab. See the logical view in the elmb project to get the actual sensors.
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Archives settings

LV currents and voltages: Deadband AND time: 30 minutes, 0.5 absolute value.

Temperatures: Deadband AND time: 30 minutes, 0.5 degrees.

Raw voltages: Deadband AND time: 30 minutes, 1 mV.

Converted values (AI: humidities, pressures...): Deadband AND time: 30 minutes, 0.5 absolute value.

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General info

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OPC-UA communication

The OPC-UA server will run on the ELMBs CCPC (TBC). In the ComLab, the pclhcb33 machine is emulating this CCPC. The OPC-UA client is running on this machine (change the options to be -num 9 -event pcsyslab02:11612 -data pcsyslab02:11611). Moreover, you need to change the URL under System Management -> Driver OPC -> OPC UA client of the R2DCS1 project to point to pclhcb33.

  Currently the R2DCS1 project only contains the LV channel.

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General info

Currently the R2DCS1 project only contains the LV channel.

For the time being, other DCS sensors (temperature, humidity and pressure) readout by ELMB63 and ELMB17 are installed in the elmb project on pclhcb33, where the CAN-USB interface is plugged.

A 4-wires Pt100 is installed in the M3 hole at the top of the column inside the SSB1. A humidity sensor is installed inside the SSB1 as well. A 2-wires Pt1k is used to measure the temperature in the ComLab. See the logical view in the elmb project to get the actual sensors.

-- GiovanniCavallero - 2019-09-05

 
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