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Revision 92019-01-16 - MagaliMagne

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Cooling plate FBF x x Aluminium
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C-Frame Mechanics. (M) Mech. Frame FR (?)
Cabling (C) HV Cables HV (?)
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Revision 82019-01-15 - XiaoxueHan

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FeastMP FM
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Pacific ASIC PA (?)
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Pacific ASIC PA
 
C-Frame Mechanics. (M) Mech. Frame FR (?)
Cabling (C) HV Cables HV (?)
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Revision 72019-01-14 - MagaliMagne

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Revision 62018-05-22 - HannaMalygina

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Cold-Boxes (B) with SiPMs OX (?)
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Front End Box FB
 
Master Board MB
Light Injection System LIS LS (?)
Versatile link dual transmitter TT

Revision 52018-05-18 - HannaMalygina

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Cold-Boxes (B) with SiPMs OX (?)
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Light Injection System LIS LS (?)
 

Versatile link dual transmitter TT
Versatile link transceiver TR
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Cluster Board CB (?)
Pacific Board PB (?)
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Pacific ASIC PA (?)
 
C-Frame Mechanics. (M) Mech. Frame FR (?)
Cabling (C) HV Cables HV (?)
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Revision 42018-04-03 - WilcoVink

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  Parts/Assemblies that will require entry into the LHCb database should be entered into this table. (Things that could theoretically be exchanged, removed, or installed in the pit) Underlined codes are fixed and cannot be changed anymore.
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Work Package (Y) Part Name Part Code (YY) dimensions(mm) weight (kg) material composition (most to least by weight)
Fibre Modules ( F ) Full Size Module SM 4850 x 520 x 50 20 Aluminium, Polystyrene, Nomex, Araldite glue, Carbon Fibre Reinforced Polymer
Cold-Boxes (B) with SiPMs OX (?)
Electronics (E) Master Board MB (?)
Cluster Board CB (?)
Pacific Board PB (?)
C-Frame Mechanics. (M) Mech. Frame FR (?)
Cabling (C) HV Cables HV (?)
Optical Fibres OP (?)
LV Cables LV (?)
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Work Package (Y) Part Name Part Code (YY) dimensions(mm) weight (kg) material composition (most to least by weight)
Fibre Modules ( F ) Full Size Module SM 4850 x 520 x 50 20 Aluminium, Polystyrene, Nomex, Araldite glue, Carbon Fibre Reinforced Polymer
Cold-Boxes (B) with SiPMs OX (?)
Electronics (E) Read Out Box (ROB) RB(?)
Master Board MB
Versatile link dual transmitter TT
Versatile link transceiver TR
FeastMP FM
Cluster Board CB (?)
Pacific Board PB (?)
C-Frame Mechanics. (M) Mech. Frame FR (?)
Cabling (C) HV Cables HV (?)
Optical Fibres OP (?)
LV Cables LV (?)
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  -- BlakeLeverington - 2018-03-22

Revision 32018-03-23 - BlakeLeverington

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  All major items (e.g. modules, cold boxes, electronics, cables, etc.) shall be identified and labelled using the LHCb and CERN wide convention described in this document. These labels serve also as unambiguous identifiers of equipment which needs to be entered and removed from the point 8 underground area. If, unexpectedly, unlabelled 'minor equipment', like a cable tray, a fibre support plate etc. needs to be removed, it will receive a label in an ad-hoc way.
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Instructions from Gloria:

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Rules for assignment of unique identifiers:

Information from Gloria C.:

  You can find the rules for the assignment of unique identifiers for the general and the different assignments for each character in the following documents on EDMS:
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SciFi Part Traceability for TREC:

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Registering Parts in the Database

Info from Matthias:

The registering of parts has to be done first in our LHCb database, which is not TREC!

Our interface has the possibility to do bulk operations, e.g. you search for the common first letters of all parts of a certain group, then checkmark the items you want to move on the list that appears as search results, and then move them all in one go, as long as they all go to the same location.

In addition, if during registration you attach some of the smaller parts (“child”) to another part that is holding together a larger assembly (“parent”), then only the parent parts have to be moved in order to change the location for the whole assembly, until they are detached again.

TREC is only going to be involved if one or more of these parts are transported outside of Point 8. In that case, the information that was registered in our LHCb database will be transferred automatically to TREC when you first ask for a transport request, so that you don’t have to register anything twice.

In any case, in response to your initial question: I think it is sufficient if you register those parts as being in the LHCb UX85B cavern from the start, as we only care about parts that actually have been exposed to radiation. However I would suggest waiting with the registration until we have updated our location tree in the traceability interface with location names that are hopefully more accurate and easy to identify.

Gloria: I would argue that the earlier you do it the better. At the latest when you install them but registering takes a little longer and I think you do not want to spend time on this at installation.

SciFi Part Traceability for the LHCb Database & TREC:

  The convention integrates seamlessly with the existing labeling conventions used in LHCb and CERN wide. The identifiers shall have the form:
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The code names and bar codes are used here as well as the TREC database. Additional codes for sub-parts are likely used here, and do not follow the YYY scheme below, but will not be part of the TREC database. Please follow the work-package convention for INSTALLED ASSEMBLIES ONLY where the first letter of the work-package is reserved. The last two letters are free.
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The code names and bar codes are used in production as well as the LHCb database. Additional codes for sub-parts are likely used here, and have not followed the YYY scheme below, but will not be part of the LHCb database. Please follow the work-package convention for INSTALLED ASSEMBLIES ONLY where the first letter of the work-package is reserved. The last two letters are free.
 

Table of Part Identifiers

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Parts that will require entry into the TREC database should be entered into this table. (Things that could theoretically be exchanged, removed, or installed in the pit) Underlined codes are fixed and cannot be changed anymore.
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Parts/Assemblies that will require entry into the LHCb database should be entered into this table. (Things that could theoretically be exchanged, removed, or installed in the pit) Underlined codes are fixed and cannot be changed anymore.
 
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Work Package (Y) Part Name Part Code (YY) TREC dimensions(mm) weight (kg) material composition (most to least by weight)
Fibre Modules ( F ) Full Size Module SM Yes 4850 x 520 x 50 20 Aluminium, Polystyrene, Nomex, Araldite glue, Carbon Fibre Reinforced Polymer
Cold-Boxes (B) with SiPMs OX (?)
Electronics (E) Master Board MB (?)
Cluster Board CB (?)
Pacific Board PB (?)
C-Frame Mechanics. (M) Mech. Frame FR (?)
Cabling (C) HV Cables HV (?)
Optical Fibres OP (?)
LV Cables LV (?)
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Work Package (Y) Part Name Part Code (YY) dimensions(mm) weight (kg) material composition (most to least by weight)
Fibre Modules ( F ) Full Size Module SM 4850 x 520 x 50 20 Aluminium, Polystyrene, Nomex, Araldite glue, Carbon Fibre Reinforced Polymer
Cold-Boxes (B) with SiPMs OX (?)
Electronics (E) Master Board MB (?)
Cluster Board CB (?)
Pacific Board PB (?)
C-Frame Mechanics. (M) Mech. Frame FR (?)
Cabling (C) HV Cables HV (?)
Optical Fibres OP (?)
LV Cables LV (?)
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  -- BlakeLeverington - 2018-03-22 \ No newline at end of file

Revision 22018-03-23 - BlakeLeverington

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The code names and bar codes are used here as well as the TREC database. Additional codes for sub-parts are likely used here, but not part of the TREC database. Please follow the work-package convention where the first letter of the work-package is reserved. The last two letters are free.
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The code names and bar codes are used here as well as the TREC database. Additional codes for sub-parts are likely used here, and do not follow the YYY scheme below, but will not be part of the TREC database. Please follow the work-package convention for INSTALLED ASSEMBLIES ONLY where the first letter of the work-package is reserved. The last two letters are free.
 

Table of Part Identifiers

Parts that will require entry into the TREC database should be entered into this table. (Things that could theoretically be exchanged, removed, or installed in the pit) Underlined codes are fixed and cannot be changed anymore.

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Work Package (Y) Part Name Part Code (YY) TREC dimensions(mm) weight (kg) material composition (most to least by weight)
Fibre Modules ( F ) Full Size Module SM Yes 4850 x 520 x 50 20 Aluminium, Polystyrene, Nomex, Araldite glue, Carbon Fibre
Mats IM No
Cold-Boxes (B) OX (?)
Electronics (E) Master Board MB (?)
Cluster Board CB (?)
Pacific Board PB (?)
C-Frame Mechanics. (M) Mech. Frame FR (?)
Cabling (C) HV Cables HV (?)
Optical Fibres OP (?)
LV Cables LV (?)
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Work Package (Y) Part Name Part Code (YY) TREC dimensions(mm) weight (kg) material composition (most to least by weight)
Fibre Modules ( F ) Full Size Module SM Yes 4850 x 520 x 50 20 Aluminium, Polystyrene, Nomex, Araldite glue, Carbon Fibre Reinforced Polymer
Cold-Boxes (B) with SiPMs OX (?)
Electronics (E) Master Board MB (?)
Cluster Board CB (?)
Pacific Board PB (?)
C-Frame Mechanics. (M) Mech. Frame FR (?)
Cabling (C) HV Cables HV (?)
Optical Fibres OP (?)
LV Cables LV (?)
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  -- BlakeLeverington - 2018-03-22

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Note: when finalised. this should all be documented in an EDMS document

All major items (e.g. modules, cold boxes, electronics, cables, etc.) shall be identified and labelled using the LHCb and CERN wide convention described in this document. These labels serve also as unambiguous identifiers of equipment which needs to be entered and removed from the point 8 underground area. If, unexpectedly, unlabelled 'minor equipment', like a cable tray, a fibre support plate etc. needs to be removed, it will receive a label in an ad-hoc way.

Instructions from Gloria:

You can find the rules for the assignment of unique identifiers for the general and the different assignments for each character in the following documents on EDMS:

In the same folder there are also notes for the calo and muon that have their one dedicated additional rules.

Once you settle on your rule we can consider implementing them in addition to the general one in our traceability system as we will need to register all the parts. We will need a general description of the type of equipment (dimensions, weight and material composition) and the location of the equipment for each as well as a budget code and a responsible of the equipment. Once the parts are registered in the LHCb traceability system they are then recognised by the RP TREC system when needed for transport or shipping, as we just recently connected to it.

Note that for cables we have a separate system and database that connects to the LHCb traceability once the cables are installed. For the cables you can look at the presentation at https://indico.cern.ch/event/567778/#3-cable-management-interface-d

and the web-based Cables Management System is available at https://lbfence.cern.ch/lhcb/cables/

SciFi Part Traceability for TREC:

The convention integrates seamlessly with the existing labeling conventions used in LHCb and CERN wide. The identifiers shall have the form:

4-TS-XXX-YYY-12345 (The dashes are not part of the identifier) .

The different parts have the following meaning:

4 = fixed CERN-wide code for the LHCb experiment;

TS = fixed Tracker, SciFi [2];

XXX = fixed three characters defining the institute

Y-YY = SciFi specific three characters for the part ID, describing the nature of the item. The first letter is the work package. The second two are the sub-item. For example, the fibre module below would be F-SM.

12345 = variable five numbers, assigned by the institute.

Production Database

The link to the production database

ProductionDatabase

The code names and bar codes are used here as well as the TREC database. Additional codes for sub-parts are likely used here, but not part of the TREC database. Please follow the work-package convention where the first letter of the work-package is reserved. The last two letters are free.

Table of Part Identifiers

Parts that will require entry into the TREC database should be entered into this table. (Things that could theoretically be exchanged, removed, or installed in the pit) Underlined codes are fixed and cannot be changed anymore.

Work Package (Y) Part Name Part Code (YY) TREC dimensions(mm) weight (kg) material composition (most to least by weight)
Fibre Modules ( F ) Full Size Module SM Yes 4850 x 520 x 50 20 Aluminium, Polystyrene, Nomex, Araldite glue, Carbon Fibre
Mats IM No
Cold-Boxes (B) OX (?)
Electronics (E) Master Board MB (?)
Cluster Board CB (?)
Pacific Board PB (?)
C-Frame Mechanics. (M) Mech. Frame FR (?)
Cabling (C) HV Cables HV (?)
Optical Fibres OP (?)
LV Cables LV (?)
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-- BlakeLeverington - 2018-03-22

 
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