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Revision 1312019-04-16 - MauraGraziani

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AMS-02 Silicon Tracker TWiki

The 9 layers of double-sided microstrip detectors of the AMS-02 Silicon Tracker, placed inside and outside the AMS-02 magnet bore, provide charged particle traversing position with an accuracy of about 10 microns on the curvature direction. From the coordinate measurements the particle momentum and charge sign can be reconstructed up to high energies, for a maximum detectable rigidity of approximately 2 TV/c. The Tracker is thermally stabilized by the Tracker Thermal Control System, the TTCS. The TTCS is a two phases cooling system used to remove the 2000W produced by Tracker. If you want a short introduction on the Tracker and TTCS system you can find it here. In this TWiki you will find a description of the Tracker and all the necessary steps needed to operate and check the system.

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  1. Tracker Shifter's Guide (General Infos)
  2. Tracker Shifter's Guide (Instructions) (.ppt)
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  1. Tracker Checklist
  2. Important events
  3. Tests with TTCS off
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Revision 1302017-03-09 - MauraGraziani

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AMS-02 Silicon Tracker TWiki

The 9 layers of double-sided microstrip detectors of the AMS-02 Silicon Tracker, placed inside and outside the AMS-02 magnet bore, provide charged particle traversing position with an accuracy of about 10 microns on the curvature direction. From the coordinate measurements the particle momentum and charge sign can be reconstructed up to high energies, for a maximum detectable rigidity of approximately 2 TV/c. The Tracker is thermally stabilized by the Tracker Thermal Control System, the TTCS. The TTCS is a two phases cooling system used to remove the 2000W produced by Tracker. If you want a short introduction on the Tracker and TTCS system you can find it here. In this TWiki you will find a description of the Tracker and all the necessary steps needed to operate and check the system.

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    1. The Tracker Acquisition System
    2. Tracker Software on POCC
  1. Procedures to Power ON/OFF the Traker
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  1. Operating the System

Revision 1292017-03-02 - ValerioFormato

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AMS-02 Silicon Tracker TWiki

The 9 layers of double-sided microstrip detectors of the AMS-02 Silicon Tracker, placed inside and outside the AMS-02 magnet bore, provide charged particle traversing position with an accuracy of about 10 microns on the curvature direction. From the coordinate measurements the particle momentum and charge sign can be reconstructed up to high energies, for a maximum detectable rigidity of approximately 2 TV/c. The Tracker is thermally stabilized by the Tracker Thermal Control System, the TTCS. The TTCS is a two phases cooling system used to remove the 2000W produced by Tracker. If you want a short introduction on the Tracker and TTCS system you can find it here. In this TWiki you will find a description of the Tracker and all the necessary steps needed to operate and check the system.

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  1. Procedures to Power ON/OFF the Traker
    1. Power ON/OFF a specific ladder or layer
    2. Power ON/OFF a specific crate
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    1. Automatic procedures in JMDC
 
  1. Operating the System
    1. How to Send Commands from JMDC
    2. How to send AMSWire Commands trough JMDC (JMDC Envelope)

Revision 1282015-09-16 - KostyaKanishchev

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AMS-02 Silicon Tracker TWiki

The 9 layers of double-sided microstrip detectors of the AMS-02 Silicon Tracker, placed inside and outside the AMS-02 magnet bore, provide charged particle traversing position with an accuracy of about 10 microns on the curvature direction. From the coordinate measurements the particle momentum and charge sign can be reconstructed up to high energies, for a maximum detectable rigidity of approximately 2 TV/c. The Tracker is thermally stabilized by the Tracker Thermal Control System, the TTCS. The TTCS is a two phases cooling system used to remove the 2000W produced by Tracker. If you want a short introduction on the Tracker and TTCS system you can find it here. In this TWiki you will find a description of the Tracker and all the necessary steps needed to operate and check the system.

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    1. Tracker Software on POCC
  1. Procedures to Power ON/OFF the Traker
    1. Power ON/OFF a specific ladder or layer
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    1. Power ON/OFF a specific crate
 
  1. Operating the System
    1. How to Send Commands from JMDC
    2. How to send AMSWire Commands trough JMDC (JMDC Envelope)

Revision 1272015-04-23 - MauraGraziani

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AMS-02 Silicon Tracker TWiki

The 9 layers of double-sided microstrip detectors of the AMS-02 Silicon Tracker, placed inside and outside the AMS-02 magnet bore, provide charged particle traversing position with an accuracy of about 10 microns on the curvature direction. From the coordinate measurements the particle momentum and charge sign can be reconstructed up to high energies, for a maximum detectable rigidity of approximately 2 TV/c. The Tracker is thermally stabilized by the Tracker Thermal Control System, the TTCS. The TTCS is a two phases cooling system used to remove the 2000W produced by Tracker. If you want a short introduction on the Tracker and TTCS system you can find it here. In this TWiki you will find a description of the Tracker and all the necessary steps needed to operate and check the system.

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 The Shifter's Guides are documents that help the shifter monitor the essential features of the Tracker and of the TTCS. The Tracker Shifter's guide is meant to describe the Tracker and the generic monitoring framework. A list of the known problems on the Tracker module is also browsable. The TTCS user guide is divided in a 3 parts course. Finally a short 'how to' guide for the shifter is available in the Documents folder of the Tracker accounts on the POCC console.

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  1. Tracker Checklist
  2. Important events
  3. Tests with TTCS off

Revision 1262015-04-10 - KostyaKanishchev

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AMS-02 Silicon Tracker TWiki

The 9 layers of double-sided microstrip detectors of the AMS-02 Silicon Tracker, placed inside and outside the AMS-02 magnet bore, provide charged particle traversing position with an accuracy of about 10 microns on the curvature direction. From the coordinate measurements the particle momentum and charge sign can be reconstructed up to high energies, for a maximum detectable rigidity of approximately 2 TV/c. The Tracker is thermally stabilized by the Tracker Thermal Control System, the TTCS. The TTCS is a two phases cooling system used to remove the 2000W produced by Tracker. If you want a short introduction on the Tracker and TTCS system you can find it here. In this TWiki you will find a description of the Tracker and all the necessary steps needed to operate and check the system.

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Revision 1252015-03-31 - KostyaKanishchev

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AMS-02 Silicon Tracker TWiki

The 9 layers of double-sided microstrip detectors of the AMS-02 Silicon Tracker, placed inside and outside the AMS-02 magnet bore, provide charged particle traversing position with an accuracy of about 10 microns on the curvature direction. From the coordinate measurements the particle momentum and charge sign can be reconstructed up to high energies, for a maximum detectable rigidity of approximately 2 TV/c. The Tracker is thermally stabilized by the Tracker Thermal Control System, the TTCS. The TTCS is a two phases cooling system used to remove the 2000W produced by Tracker. If you want a short introduction on the Tracker and TTCS system you can find it here. In this TWiki you will find a description of the Tracker and all the necessary steps needed to operate and check the system.

Revision 1242015-03-31 - MauraGraziani

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AMS-02 Silicon Tracker TWiki

The 9 layers of double-sided microstrip detectors of the AMS-02 Silicon Tracker, placed inside and outside the AMS-02 magnet bore, provide charged particle traversing position with an accuracy of about 10 microns on the curvature direction. From the coordinate measurements the particle momentum and charge sign can be reconstructed up to high energies, for a maximum detectable rigidity of approximately 2 TV/c. The Tracker is thermally stabilized by the Tracker Thermal Control System, the TTCS. The TTCS is a two phases cooling system used to remove the 2000W produced by Tracker. If you want a short introduction on the Tracker and TTCS system you can find it here. In this TWiki you will find a description of the Tracker and all the necessary steps needed to operate and check the system.

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 The Shifter's Guides are documents that help the shifter monitor the essential features of the Tracker and of the TTCS. The Tracker Shifter's guide is meant to describe the Tracker and the generic monitoring framework. A list of the known problems on the Tracker module is also browsable. The TTCS user guide is divided in a 3 parts course. Finally a short 'how to' guide for the shifter is available in the Documents folder of the Tracker accounts on the POCC console.

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  1. Tracker Checklist
  2. Important events
  3. Tests with TTCS off
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Revision 1232015-03-24 - MauraGraziani

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AMS-02 Silicon Tracker TWiki

The 9 layers of double-sided microstrip detectors of the AMS-02 Silicon Tracker, placed inside and outside the AMS-02 magnet bore, provide charged particle traversing position with an accuracy of about 10 microns on the curvature direction. From the coordinate measurements the particle momentum and charge sign can be reconstructed up to high energies, for a maximum detectable rigidity of approximately 2 TV/c. The Tracker is thermally stabilized by the Tracker Thermal Control System, the TTCS. The TTCS is a two phases cooling system used to remove the 2000W produced by Tracker. If you want a short introduction on the Tracker and TTCS system you can find it here. In this TWiki you will find a description of the Tracker and all the necessary steps needed to operate and check the system.

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 The Shifter's Guides are documents that help the shifter monitor the essential features of the Tracker and of the TTCS. The Tracker Shifter's guide is meant to describe the Tracker and the generic monitoring framework. A list of the known problems on the Tracker module is also browsable. The TTCS user guide is divided in a 3 parts course. Finally a short 'how to' guide for the shifter is available in the Documents folder of the Tracker accounts on the POCC console.

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  1. Tracker Checklist
  2. Important events
  3. Tests with TTCS off
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Revision 1222014-12-08 - KostyaKanishchev

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AMS-02 Silicon Tracker TWiki

The 9 layers of double-sided microstrip detectors of the AMS-02 Silicon Tracker, placed inside and outside the AMS-02 magnet bore, provide charged particle traversing position with an accuracy of about 10 microns on the curvature direction. From the coordinate measurements the particle momentum and charge sign can be reconstructed up to high energies, for a maximum detectable rigidity of approximately 2 TV/c. The Tracker is thermally stabilized by the Tracker Thermal Control System, the TTCS. The TTCS is a two phases cooling system used to remove the 2000W produced by Tracker. If you want a short introduction on the Tracker and TTCS system you can find it here. In this TWiki you will find a description of the Tracker and all the necessary steps needed to operate and check the system.

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Contacts

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Revision 1212014-12-02 - MauraGraziani

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AMS-02 Silicon Tracker TWiki

The 9 layers of double-sided microstrip detectors of the AMS-02 Silicon Tracker, placed inside and outside the AMS-02 magnet bore, provide charged particle traversing position with an accuracy of about 10 microns on the curvature direction. From the coordinate measurements the particle momentum and charge sign can be reconstructed up to high energies, for a maximum detectable rigidity of approximately 2 TV/c. The Tracker is thermally stabilized by the Tracker Thermal Control System, the TTCS. The TTCS is a two phases cooling system used to remove the 2000W produced by Tracker. If you want a short introduction on the Tracker and TTCS system you can find it here. In this TWiki you will find a description of the Tracker and all the necessary steps needed to operate and check the system.

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  1. Tracker Shifter's Guide (General Infos)
  2. Tracker Shifter's Guide (Instructions) (.ppt)
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  2. Record of relevant action on the Tracker
  3. Tests with TTCS off
  4. Ladder -609 power cycles
  5. Record of relevant action on the TTCS system
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  1. Tracker Checklist
  2. Important events
  3. Tests with TTCS off
  4. Ladder -609 power cycles
  5. Events TTCS
 
  1. Tracker Checklist (.xlsx)
  2. List of Ladder "Features"
  3. List of rebooted TDRs
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  2. Examples of problems found and their solutions
  3. Deprecated: Tracker Shift Station Arrangement
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  2. Problem Solved
  3. On Shift
 
  1. Tracker power status
  2. TTCS Course - part 1
  3. TTCS Course - part 2
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    1. Power On Commands Sequence
    2. (Re-)Configuration Commands Sequence
    3. Slow Control Commands Sequence
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  1. Troubleshooting (all the credentials needed to perform the operations can be found at /pocchome/tracker/TrackerExpert/TrackerExpertPasswd.txt)
 
    1. A bit flip in the strip memory
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    3. Calibration file production stops
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Revision 1202014-10-23 - AlbertoOliva

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AMS-02 Silicon Tracker TWiki

The 9 layers of double-sided microstrip detectors of the AMS-02 Silicon Tracker, placed inside and outside the AMS-02 magnet bore, provide charged particle traversing position with an accuracy of about 10 microns on the curvature direction. From the coordinate measurements the particle momentum and charge sign can be reconstructed up to high energies, for a maximum detectable rigidity of approximately 2 TV/c. The Tracker is thermally stabilized by the Tracker Thermal Control System, the TTCS. The TTCS is a two phases cooling system used to remove the 2000W produced by Tracker. If you want a short introduction on the Tracker and TTCS system you can find it here. In this TWiki you will find a description of the Tracker and all the necessary steps needed to operate and check the system.

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    1. The Tracker Acquisition System
    2. Tracker Software on POCC
  1. Procedures to Power ON/OFF the Traker
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    1. Power ON/OFF a specific ladder or layer
 
  1. Operating the System
    1. How to Send Commands from JMDC
    2. How to send AMSWire Commands trough JMDC (JMDC Envelope)

Revision 1192014-10-23 - MauraGraziani

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AMS-02 Silicon Tracker TWiki

The 9 layers of double-sided microstrip detectors of the AMS-02 Silicon Tracker, placed inside and outside the AMS-02 magnet bore, provide charged particle traversing position with an accuracy of about 10 microns on the curvature direction. From the coordinate measurements the particle momentum and charge sign can be reconstructed up to high energies, for a maximum detectable rigidity of approximately 2 TV/c. The Tracker is thermally stabilized by the Tracker Thermal Control System, the TTCS. The TTCS is a two phases cooling system used to remove the 2000W produced by Tracker. If you want a short introduction on the Tracker and TTCS system you can find it here. In this TWiki you will find a description of the Tracker and all the necessary steps needed to operate and check the system.

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    1. The Tracker Acquisition System
    2. Tracker Software on POCC
  1. Procedures to Power ON/OFF the Traker
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    1. Power ON/OFF a specific ladder or layer
 
  1. Operating the System
    1. How to Send Commands from JMDC
    2. How to send AMSWire Commands trough JMDC (JMDC Envelope)

Revision 1182014-10-21 - MauraGraziani

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AMS-02 Silicon Tracker TWiki

The 9 layers of double-sided microstrip detectors of the AMS-02 Silicon Tracker, placed inside and outside the AMS-02 magnet bore, provide charged particle traversing position with an accuracy of about 10 microns on the curvature direction. From the coordinate measurements the particle momentum and charge sign can be reconstructed up to high energies, for a maximum detectable rigidity of approximately 2 TV/c. The Tracker is thermally stabilized by the Tracker Thermal Control System, the TTCS. The TTCS is a two phases cooling system used to remove the 2000W produced by Tracker. If you want a short introduction on the Tracker and TTCS system you can find it here. In this TWiki you will find a description of the Tracker and all the necessary steps needed to operate and check the system.

Revision 1172014-10-05 - GiovanniAmbrosi

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AMS-02 Silicon Tracker TWiki

The 9 layers of double-sided microstrip detectors of the AMS-02 Silicon Tracker, placed inside and outside the AMS-02 magnet bore, provide charged particle traversing position with an accuracy of about 10 microns on the curvature direction. From the coordinate measurements the particle momentum and charge sign can be reconstructed up to high energies, for a maximum detectable rigidity of approximately 2 TV/c. The Tracker is thermally stabilized by the Tracker Thermal Control System, the TTCS. The TTCS is a two phases cooling system used to remove the 2000W produced by Tracker. If you want a short introduction on the Tracker and TTCS system you can find it here. In this TWiki you will find a description of the Tracker and all the necessary steps needed to operate and check the system.

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  1. Tracker Shifter's Guide (Instructions) (.ppt)
  2. Tracker Checklist
  3. Record of relevant action on the Tracker
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  1. Tests with TTCS off
 
  1. Ladder -609 power cycles
  2. Record of relevant action on the TTCS system
  3. Tracker Checklist (.xlsx)

Revision 1162014-04-08 - MauraGraziani

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AMS-02 Silicon Tracker TWiki

The 9 layers of double-sided microstrip detectors of the AMS-02 Silicon Tracker, placed inside and outside the AMS-02 magnet bore, provide charged particle traversing position with an accuracy of about 10 microns on the curvature direction. From the coordinate measurements the particle momentum and charge sign can be reconstructed up to high energies, for a maximum detectable rigidity of approximately 2 TV/c. The Tracker is thermally stabilized by the Tracker Thermal Control System, the TTCS. The TTCS is a two phases cooling system used to remove the 2000W produced by Tracker. If you want a short introduction on the Tracker and TTCS system you can find it here. In this TWiki you will find a description of the Tracker and all the necessary steps needed to operate and check the system.

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 The Shifter's Guides are documents that help the shifter monitor the essential features of the Tracker and of the TTCS. The Tracker Shifter's guide is meant to describe the Tracker and the generic monitoring framework. A list of the known problems on the Tracker module is also browsable. The TTCS user guide is divided in a 3 parts course. Finally a short 'how to' guide for the shifter is available in the Documents folder of the Tracker accounts on the POCC console.

  1. Tracker Shifter's Guide (General Infos)
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  1. Tracker Checklist
  2. Record of relevant action on the Tracker
  3. Ladder -609 power cycles
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AMS-02 Silicon Tracker TWiki

The 9 layers of double-sided microstrip detectors of the AMS-02 Silicon Tracker, placed inside and outside the AMS-02 magnet bore, provide charged particle traversing position with an accuracy of about 10 microns on the curvature direction. From the coordinate measurements the particle momentum and charge sign can be reconstructed up to high energies, for a maximum detectable rigidity of approximately 2 TV/c. The Tracker is thermally stabilized by the Tracker Thermal Control System, the TTCS. The TTCS is a two phases cooling system used to remove the 2000W produced by Tracker. If you want a short introduction on the Tracker and TTCS system you can find it here. In this TWiki you will find a description of the Tracker and all the necessary steps needed to operate and check the system.

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AMS-02 Silicon Tracker TWiki

The 9 layers of double-sided microstrip detectors of the AMS-02 Silicon Tracker, placed inside and outside the AMS-02 magnet bore, provide charged particle traversing position with an accuracy of about 10 microns on the curvature direction. From the coordinate measurements the particle momentum and charge sign can be reconstructed up to high energies, for a maximum detectable rigidity of approximately 2 TV/c. The Tracker is thermally stabilized by the Tracker Thermal Control System, the TTCS. The TTCS is a two phases cooling system used to remove the 2000W produced by Tracker. If you want a short introduction on the Tracker and TTCS system you can find it here. In this TWiki you will find a description of the Tracker and all the necessary steps needed to operate and check the system.

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    1. New Procedure to Load DSP on TDRs and JINFs
    2. New Procedure to Set thresholds on TDRs
    3. Procedures to change the power configuration
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AMS-02 Silicon Tracker TWiki

The 9 layers of double-sided microstrip detectors of the AMS-02 Silicon Tracker, placed inside and outside the AMS-02 magnet bore, provide charged particle traversing position with an accuracy of about 10 microns on the curvature direction. From the coordinate measurements the particle momentum and charge sign can be reconstructed up to high energies, for a maximum detectable rigidity of approximately 2 TV/c. The Tracker is thermally stabilized by the Tracker Thermal Control System, the TTCS. The TTCS is a two phases cooling system used to remove the 2000W produced by Tracker. If you want a short introduction on the Tracker and TTCS system you can find it here. In this TWiki you will find a description of the Tracker and all the necessary steps needed to operate and check the system.

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  1. Tracker Shifter's Guide (General Infos)
  2. Tracker Shifter's Guide (Instructions) (.ppt)
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  1. Record of relevant action on the Tracker
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AMS-02 Silicon Tracker TWiki

The 9 layers of double-sided microstrip detectors of the AMS-02 Silicon Tracker, placed inside and outside the AMS-02 magnet bore, provide charged particle traversing position with an accuracy of about 10 microns on the curvature direction. From the coordinate measurements the particle momentum and charge sign can be reconstructed up to high energies, for a maximum detectable rigidity of approximately 2 TV/c. The Tracker is thermally stabilized by the Tracker Thermal Control System, the TTCS. The TTCS is a two phases cooling system used to remove the 2000W produced by Tracker. If you want a short introduction on the Tracker and TTCS system you can find it here. In this TWiki you will find a description of the Tracker and all the necessary steps needed to operate and check the system.

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AMS-02 Silicon Tracker TWiki

The 9 layers of double-sided microstrip detectors of the AMS-02 Silicon Tracker, placed inside and outside the AMS-02 magnet bore, provide charged particle traversing position with an accuracy of about 10 microns on the curvature direction. From the coordinate measurements the particle momentum and charge sign can be reconstructed up to high energies, for a maximum detectable rigidity of approximately 2 TV/c. The Tracker is thermally stabilized by the Tracker Thermal Control System, the TTCS. The TTCS is a two phases cooling system used to remove the 2000W produced by Tracker. If you want a short introduction on the Tracker and TTCS system you can find it here. In this TWiki you will find a description of the Tracker and all the necessary steps needed to operate and check the system.

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    1. Power On Commands Sequence
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AMS-02 Silicon Tracker TWiki

The 9 layers of double-sided microstrip detectors of the AMS-02 Silicon Tracker, placed inside and outside the AMS-02 magnet bore, provide charged particle traversing position with an accuracy of about 10 microns on the curvature direction. From the coordinate measurements the particle momentum and charge sign can be reconstructed up to high energies, for a maximum detectable rigidity of approximately 2 TV/c. The Tracker is thermally stabilized by the Tracker Thermal Control System, the TTCS. The TTCS is a two phases cooling system used to remove the 2000W produced by Tracker. If you want a short introduction on the Tracker and TTCS system you can find it here. In this TWiki you will find a description of the Tracker and all the necessary steps needed to operate and check the system.

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AMS-02 Silicon Tracker TWiki

The 9 layers of double-sided microstrip detectors of the AMS-02 Silicon Tracker, placed inside and outside the AMS-02 magnet bore, provide charged particle traversing position with an accuracy of about 10 microns on the curvature direction. From the coordinate measurements the particle momentum and charge sign can be reconstructed up to high energies, for a maximum detectable rigidity of approximately 2 TV/c. The Tracker is thermally stabilized by the Tracker Thermal Control System, the TTCS. The TTCS is a two phases cooling system used to remove the 2000W produced by Tracker. If you want a short introduction on the Tracker and TTCS system you can find it here. In this TWiki you will find a description of the Tracker and all the necessary steps needed to operate and check the system.

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AMS-02 Silicon Tracker TWiki

The 9 layers of double-sided microstrip detectors of the AMS-02 Silicon Tracker, placed inside and outside the AMS-02 magnet bore, provide charged particle traversing position with an accuracy of about 10 microns on the curvature direction. From the coordinate measurements the particle momentum and charge sign can be reconstructed up to high energies, for a maximum detectable rigidity of approximately 2 TV/c. The Tracker is thermally stabilized by the Tracker Thermal Control System, the TTCS. The TTCS is a two phases cooling system used to remove the 2000W produced by Tracker. If you want a short introduction on the Tracker and TTCS system you can find it here. In this TWiki you will find a description of the Tracker and all the necessary steps needed to operate and check the system.

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    1. Power On Commands Sequence
    2. (Re-)Configuration Commands Sequence
    3. Slow Control Commands Sequence
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    3. Calibration file production stops
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Revision 1072013-01-20 - GiovanniAmbrosi

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AMS-02 Silicon Tracker TWiki

The 9 layers of double-sided microstrip detectors of the AMS-02 Silicon Tracker, placed inside and outside the AMS-02 magnet bore, provide charged particle traversing position with an accuracy of about 10 microns on the curvature direction. From the coordinate measurements the particle momentum and charge sign can be reconstructed up to high energies, for a maximum detectable rigidity of approximately 2 TV/c. The Tracker is thermally stabilized by the Tracker Thermal Control System, the TTCS. The TTCS is a two phases cooling system used to remove the 2000W produced by Tracker. If you want a short introduction on the Tracker and TTCS system you can find it here. In this TWiki you will find a description of the Tracker and all the necessary steps needed to operate and check the system.

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  1. Tracker Shifter's Guide (General Infos)
  2. Tracker Shifter's Guide (Instructions) (.ppt)
  3. Record of relevant action on the Tracker
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  1. Record of relevant action on the TTCS system
  2. Tracker Checklist (.xlsx)
  3. List of Ladder "Features"

Revision 1062012-10-29 - GiovanniAmbrosi

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AMS-02 Silicon Tracker TWiki

The 9 layers of double-sided microstrip detectors of the AMS-02 Silicon Tracker, placed inside and outside the AMS-02 magnet bore, provide charged particle traversing position with an accuracy of about 10 microns on the curvature direction. From the coordinate measurements the particle momentum and charge sign can be reconstructed up to high energies, for a maximum detectable rigidity of approximately 2 TV/c. The Tracker is thermally stabilized by the Tracker Thermal Control System, the TTCS. The TTCS is a two phases cooling system used to remove the 2000W produced by Tracker. If you want a short introduction on the Tracker and TTCS system you can find it here. In this TWiki you will find a description of the Tracker and all the necessary steps needed to operate and check the system.

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 The Shifter's Guides are documents that help the shifter monitor the essential features of the Tracker and of the TTCS. The Tracker Shifter's guide is meant to describe the Tracker and the generic monitoring framework. A list of the known problems on the Tracker module is also browsable. The TTCS user guide is divided in a 3 parts course. Finally a short 'how to' guide for the shifter is available in the Documents folder of the Tracker accounts on the POCC console.

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AMS-02 Silicon Tracker TWiki

The 9 layers of double-sided microstrip detectors of the AMS-02 Silicon Tracker, placed inside and outside the AMS-02 magnet bore, provide charged particle traversing position with an accuracy of about 10 microns on the curvature direction. From the coordinate measurements the particle momentum and charge sign can be reconstructed up to high energies, for a maximum detectable rigidity of approximately 2 TV/c. The Tracker is thermally stabilized by the Tracker Thermal Control System, the TTCS. The TTCS is a two phases cooling system used to remove the 2000W produced by Tracker. If you want a short introduction on the Tracker and TTCS system you can find it here. In this TWiki you will find a description of the Tracker and all the necessary steps needed to operate and check the system.

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  2. Record of relevant action on the Tracker
  3. Record of relevant action on the TTCS system
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  1. List of Ladder "Features"
  2. List of rebooted TDRs
  3. Bad Run List
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Revision 1042012-07-12 - GiovanniAmbrosi

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AMS-02 Silicon Tracker TWiki

The 9 layers of double-sided microstrip detectors of the AMS-02 Silicon Tracker, placed inside and outside the AMS-02 magnet bore, provide charged particle traversing position with an accuracy of about 10 microns on the curvature direction. From the coordinate measurements the particle momentum and charge sign can be reconstructed up to high energies, for a maximum detectable rigidity of approximately 2 TV/c. The Tracker is thermally stabilized by the Tracker Thermal Control System, the TTCS. The TTCS is a two phases cooling system used to remove the 2000W produced by Tracker. If you want a short introduction on the Tracker and TTCS system you can find it here. In this TWiki you will find a description of the Tracker and all the necessary steps needed to operate and check the system.

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 The Shifter's Guides are documents that help the shifter monitor the essential features of the Tracker and of the TTCS. The Tracker Shifter's guide is meant to describe the Tracker and the generic monitoring framework. A list of the known problems on the Tracker module is also browsable. The TTCS user guide is divided in a 3 parts course. Finally a short 'how to' guide for the shifter is available in the Documents folder of the Tracker accounts on the POCC console.

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  3. Tracker Checklist (.xlsx)
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AMS-02 Silicon Tracker TWiki

The 9 layers of double-sided microstrip detectors of the AMS-02 Silicon Tracker, placed inside and outside the AMS-02 magnet bore, provide charged particle traversing position with an accuracy of about 10 microns on the curvature direction. From the coordinate measurements the particle momentum and charge sign can be reconstructed up to high energies, for a maximum detectable rigidity of approximately 2 TV/c. The Tracker is thermally stabilized by the Tracker Thermal Control System, the TTCS. The TTCS is a two phases cooling system used to remove the 2000W produced by Tracker. If you want a short introduction on the Tracker and TTCS system you can find it here. In this TWiki you will find a description of the Tracker and all the necessary steps needed to operate and check the system.

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The 9 layers of double-sided microstrip detectors of the AMS-02 Silicon Tracker, placed inside and outside the AMS-02 magnet bore, provide charged particle traversing position with an accuracy of about 10 microns on the curvature direction. From the coordinate measurements the particle momentum and charge sign can be reconstructed up to high energies, for a maximum detectable rigidity of approximately 2 TV/c. The Tracker is thermally stabilized by the Tracker Thermal Control System, the TTCS. The TTCS is a two phases cooling system used to remove the 2000W produced by Tracker. If you want a short introduction on the Tracker and TTCS system you can find it here. In this TWiki you will find a description of the Tracker and all the necessary steps needed to operate and check the system.
 

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AMS-02 Silicon Tracker TWiki

The 9 layers of double-sided microstrip detectors of the AMS-02 Silicon Tracker, placed inside and outside the AMS-02 magnet bore, provide charged particle traversing position with an accuracy of about 10 microns on the curvature direction. From the coordinate measurements the particle momentum and charge sign can be reconstructed up to high energies, for a maximum detectable rigidity of approximately 2 TeV/c. The Tracker is thermally stabilized by the Tracker Thermal Control System, the TTCS. This is a two phases cooling system used to remove the 2000W produced by Tracker. If you want a short introduction on the Tracker and TTCS system you can find it here. In this TWiki you will find a description of the Tracker and all the necessary steps needed to operate and check the system.

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 The Shifter's Guides are documents that help the shifter monitor the essential features of the Tracker and of the TTCS. The Tracker Shifter's guide is meant to describe the Tracker and the generic monitoring framework. A list of the known problems on the Tracker module is also browsable. The TTCS user guide is divided in a 3 parts course. Finally a short 'how to' guide for the shifter is available in the Documents folder of the Tracker accounts on the POCC console.

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AMS-02 Silicon Tracker TWiki

The 9 layers of double-sided microstrip detectors of the AMS-02 Silicon Tracker, placed inside and outside the AMS-02 magnet bore, provide charged particle traversing position with an accuracy of about 10 microns on the curvature direction. From the coordinate measurements the particle momentum and charge sign can be reconstructed up to high energies, for a maximum detectable rigidity of approximately 2 TeV/c. The Tracker is thermally stabilized by the Tracker Thermal Control System, the TTCS. This is a two phases cooling system used to remove the 2000W produced by Tracker. If you want a short introduction on the Tracker and TTCS system you can find it here. In this TWiki you will find a description of the Tracker and all the necessary steps needed to operate and check the system.

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AMS-02 Silicon Tracker TWiki

The 9 layers of double-sided microstrip detectors of the AMS-02 Silicon Tracker, placed inside and outside the AMS-02 magnet bore, provide charged particle traversing position with an accuracy of about 10 microns on the curvature direction. From the coordinate measurements the particle momentum and charge sign can be reconstructed up to high energies, for a maximum detectable rigidity of approximately 2 TeV/c. The Tracker is thermally stabilized by the Tracker Thermal Control System, the TTCS. This is a two phases cooling system used to remove the 2000W produced by Tracker. If you want a short introduction on the Tracker and TTCS system you can find it here. In this TWiki you will find a description of the Tracker and all the necessary steps needed to operate and check the system.

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  2. Examples of problems found and their solutions
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AMS-02 Silicon Tracker TWiki

The 9 layers of double-sided microstrip detectors of the AMS-02 Silicon Tracker, placed inside and outside the AMS-02 magnet bore, provide charged particle traversing position with an accuracy of about 10 microns on the curvature direction. From the coordinate measurements the particle momentum and charge sign can be reconstructed up to high energies, for a maximum detectable rigidity of approximately 2 TeV/c. The Tracker is thermally stabilized by the Tracker Thermal Control System, the TTCS. This is a two phases cooling system used to remove the 2000W produced by Tracker. If you want a short introduction on the Tracker and TTCS system you can find it here. In this TWiki you will find a description of the Tracker and all the necessary steps needed to operate and check the system.

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AMS-02 Silicon Tracker TWiki

The 9 layers of double-sided microstrip detectors of the AMS-02 Silicon Tracker, placed inside and outside the AMS-02 magnet bore, provide charged particle traversing position with an accuracy of about 10 microns on the curvature direction. From the coordinate measurements the particle momentum and charge sign can be reconstructed up to high energies, for a maximum detectable rigidity of approximately 2 TeV/c. The Tracker is thermally stabilized by the Tracker Thermal Control System, the TTCS. This is a two phases cooling system used to remove the 2000W produced by Tracker. If you want a short introduction on the Tracker and TTCS system you can find it here. In this TWiki you will find a description of the Tracker and all the necessary steps needed to operate and check the system.

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AMS-02 Silicon Tracker TWiki

The 9 layers of double-sided microstrip detectors of the AMS-02 Silicon Tracker, placed inside and outside the AMS-02 magnet bore, provide charged particle traversing position with an accuracy of about 10 microns on the curvature direction. From the coordinate measurements the particle momentum and charge sign can be reconstructed up to high energies, for a maximum detectable rigidity of approximately 2 TeV/c. The Tracker is thermally stabilized by the Tracker Thermal Control System, the TTCS. This is a two phases cooling system used to remove the 2000W produced by Tracker. If you want a short introduction on the Tracker and TTCS system you can find it here. In this TWiki you will find a description of the Tracker and all the necessary steps needed to operate and check the system.

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  The Shifter's Guides are documents that help the shifter monitor the essential features of the Tracker and of the TTCS. The Tracker Shifter's guide is meant to describe the Tracker and the generic monitoring framework. A list of the known problems on the Tracker module is also browsable. The TTCS user guide is divided in a 3 parts course. Finally a short 'how to' guide for the shifter is available in the Documents folder of the Tracker accounts on the POCC console.
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AMS-02 Silicon Tracker TWiki

The 9 layers of double-sided microstrip detectors of the AMS-02 Silicon Tracker, placed inside and outside the AMS-02 magnet bore, provide charged particle traversing position with an accuracy of about 10 microns on the curvature direction. From the coordinate measurements the particle momentum and charge sign can be reconstructed up to high energies, for a maximum detectable rigidity of approximately 2 TeV/c. The Tracker is thermally stabilized by the Tracker Thermal Control System, the TTCS. This is a two phases cooling system used to remove the 2000W produced by Tracker. If you want a short introduction on the Tracker and TTCS system you can find it here. In this TWiki you will find a description of the Tracker and all the necessary steps needed to operate and check the system.

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 The Shifter's Guides are documents that help the shifter monitor the essential features of the Tracker and of the TTCS. The Tracker Shifter's guide is meant to describe the Tracker and the generic monitoring framework. A list of the known problems on the Tracker module is also browsable. The TTCS user guide is divided in a 3 parts course. Finally a short 'how to' guide for the shifter is available in the Documents folder of the Tracker accounts on the POCC console.

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  2. List of Ladder "Features"
  3. List of rebooted TDRs

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AMS-02 Silicon Tracker TWiki

The 9 layers of double-sided microstrip detectors of the AMS-02 Silicon Tracker, placed inside and outside the AMS-02 magnet bore, provide charged particle traversing position with an accuracy of about 10 microns on the curvature direction. From the coordinate measurements the particle momentum and charge sign can be reconstructed up to high energies, for a maximum detectable rigidity of approximately 2 TeV/c. The Tracker is thermally stabilized by the Tracker Thermal Control System, the TTCS. This is a two phases cooling system used to remove the 2000W produced by Tracker. If you want a short introduction on the Tracker and TTCS system you can find it here. In this TWiki you will find a description of the Tracker and all the necessary steps needed to operate and check the system.

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The Shifter's Guides are documents that help the shifter monitor the essential features of the Tracker and of the TTCS. The Tracker Shifter's guide is meant to describe the Tracker and the generic monitoring framework. A list of the known problems on the Tracker module is also browsable. The TTCS user guide is divided in a 3 parts course. Finally a short 'how to' guide for the shifter is available in the Documents folder of the Tracker accounts on the POCC console.
 
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AMS-02 Silicon Tracker TWiki

The 9 layers of double-sided microstrip detectors of the AMS-02 Silicon Tracker, placed inside and outside the AMS-02 magnet bore, provide charged particle traversing position with an accuracy of about 10 microns on the curvature direction. From the coordinate measurements the particle momentum and charge sign can be reconstructed up to high energies, for a maximum detectable rigidity of approximately 2 TeV/c. The Tracker is thermally stabilized by the Tracker Thermal Control System, the TTCS. This is a two phases cooling system used to remove the 2000W produced by Tracker. If you want a short introduction on the Tracker and TTCS system you can find it here. In this TWiki you will find a description of the Tracker and all the necessary steps needed to operate and check the system.

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  3. List of rebooted TDRs
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AMS-02 Silicon Tracker TWiki

The 9 layers of double-sided microstrip detectors of the AMS-02 Silicon Tracker, placed inside and outside the AMS-02 magnet bore, provide charged particle traversing position with an accuracy of about 10 microns on the curvature direction. From the coordinate measurements the particle momentum and charge sign can be reconstructed up to high energies, for a maximum detectable rigidity of approximately 2 TeV/c. The Tracker is thermally stabilized by the Tracker Thermal Control System, the TTCS. This is a two phases cooling system used to remove the 2000W produced by Tracker. If you want a short introduction on the Tracker and TTCS system you can find it here. In this TWiki you will find a description of the Tracker and all the necessary steps needed to operate and check the system.

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  2. List of Ladder "Features"
  3. List of rebooted TDRs
  4. Examples of problems found and their solutions
  5. Deprecated: Tracker Shift Station Arrangement
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AMS-02 Silicon Tracker TWiki

The 9 layers of double-sided microstrip detectors of the AMS-02 Silicon Tracker, placed inside and outside the AMS-02 magnet bore, provide charged particle traversing position with an accuracy of about 10 microns on the curvature direction. From the coordinate measurements the particle momentum and charge sign can be reconstructed up to high energies, for a maximum detectable rigidity of approximately 2 TeV/c. The Tracker is thermally stabilized by the Tracker Thermal Control System, the TTCS. This is a two phases cooling system used to remove the 2000W produced by Tracker. If you want a short introduction on the Tracker and TTCS system you can find it here. In this TWiki you will find a description of the Tracker and all the necessary steps needed to operate and check the system.

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  2. Tracker Checklist
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AMS-02 Silicon Tracker TWiki

The 9 layers of double-sided microstrip detectors of the AMS-02 Silicon Tracker, placed inside and outside the AMS-02 magnet bore, provide charged particle traversing position with an accuracy of about 10 microns on the curvature direction. From the coordinate measurements the particle momentum and charge sign can be reconstructed up to high energies, for a maximum detectable rigidity of approximately 2 TeV/c. The Tracker is thermally stabilized by the Tracker Thermal Control System, the TTCS. This is a two phases cooling system used to remove the 2000W produced by Tracker. If you want a short introduction on the Tracker and TTCS system you can find it here. In this TWiki you will find a description of the Tracker and all the necessary steps needed to operate and check the system.

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AMS-02 Silicon Tracker TWiki

The 9 layers of double-sided microstrip detectors of the AMS-02 Silicon Tracker, placed inside and outside the AMS-02 magnet bore, provide charged particle traversing position with an accuracy of about 10 microns on the curvature direction. From the coordinate measurements the particle momentum and charge sign can be reconstructed up to high energies, for a maximum detectable rigidity of approximately 2 TeV/c. The Tracker is thermally stabilized by the Tracker Thermal Control System, the TTCS. This is a two phases cooling system used to remove the 2000W produced by Tracker. If you want a short introduction on the Tracker and TTCS system you can find it here. In this TWiki you will find a description of the Tracker and all the necessary steps needed to operate and check the system.

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AMS-02 Silicon Tracker TWiki

The 9 layers of double-sided microstrip detectors of the AMS-02 Silicon Tracker, placed inside and outside the AMS-02 magnet bore, provide charged particle traversing position with an accuracy of about 10 microns on the curvature direction. From the coordinate measurements the particle momentum and charge sign can be reconstructed up to high energies, for a maximum detectable rigidity of approximately 2 TeV/c. The Tracker is thermally stabilized by the Tracker Thermal Control System, the TTCS. This is a two phases cooling system used to remove the 2000W produced by Tracker. If you want a short introduction on the Tracker and TTCS system you can find it here. In this TWiki you will find a description of the Tracker and all the necessary steps needed to operate and check the system.

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AMS-02 Silicon Tracker TWiki

The 9 layers of double-sided microstrip detectors of the AMS-02 Silicon Tracker, placed inside and outside the AMS-02 magnet bore, provide charged particle traversing position with an accuracy of about 10 microns on the curvature direction. From the coordinate measurements the particle momentum and charge sign can be reconstructed up to high energies, for a maximum detectable rigidity of approximately 2 TeV/c. The Tracker is thermally stabilized by the Tracker Thermal Control System, the TTCS. This is a two phases cooling system used to remove the 2000W produced by Tracker. If you want a short introduction on the Tracker and TTCS system you can find it here. In this TWiki you will find a description of the Tracker and all the necessary steps needed to operate and check the system.

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  In the Tracker User Guide you will find all the informations needed to understand and operate the Tracker System, the Tracker Thermal Control System (TTCS) and the Tracker Alignment System (TAS). Since this guide is growing up, few sections are just work in progress.
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AMS-02 Silicon Tracker TWiki

The 9 layers of double-sided microstrip detectors of the AMS-02 Silicon Tracker, placed inside and outside the AMS-02 magnet bore, provide charged particle traversing position with an accuracy of about 10 microns on the curvature direction. From the coordinate measurements the particle momentum and charge sign can be reconstructed up to high energies, for a maximum detectable rigidity of approximately 2 TeV/c. The Tracker is thermally stabilized by the Tracker Thermal Control System, the TTCS. This is a two phases cooling system used to remove the 2000W produced by Tracker. If you want a short introduction on the Tracker and TTCS system you can find it here. In this TWiki you will find a description of the Tracker and all the necessary steps needed to operate and check the system.

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AMS-02 Silicon Tracker TWiki

The 9 layers of double-sided microstrip detectors of the AMS-02 Silicon Tracker, placed inside and outside the AMS-02 magnet bore, provide charged particle traversing position with an accuracy of about 10 microns on the curvature direction. From the coordinate measurements the particle momentum and charge sign can be reconstructed up to high energies, for a maximum detectable rigidity of approximately 2 TeV/c. The Tracker is thermally stabilized by the Tracker Thermal Control System, the TTCS. This is a two phases cooling system used to remove the 2000W produced by Tracker. If you want a short introduction on the Tracker and TTCS system you can find it here. In this TWiki you will find a description of the Tracker and all the necessary steps needed to operate and check the system.

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  The Shifter's Guides are documents that help the shifter monitor the essential features of the Tracker and of the TTCS. The first Tracker guide is meant to describe the Tracker and the generic monitoring framework. The second describes some troubleshooting of the most common problems, and few remarks about current settings. A list of the known problems on the Tracker module is also browsable. The TTCS user guide is divided in a 3 parts course.
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The 9 layers of double-sided microstrip detectors of the AMS-02 Silicon Tracker, placed inside and outside the AMS-02 magnet bore, provide charged particle traversing position with an accuracy of about 10 microns on the curvature direction. From the coordinate measurements the particle momentum and charge sign can be reconstructed up to high energies, for a maximum detectable rigidity of approximately 2 TeV/c. The Tracker is thermally stabilized by the Tracker Thermal Control System, the TTCS. This is a two phases cooling system used to remove the 2000W produced by Tracker. If you want a short introduction on the Tracker and TTCS system you can find it here. In this TWiki you will find a description of the Tracker and all the necessary steps needed to operate and check the system.
 
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The 9 layers of double-sided microstrip detectors of the AMS-02 Silicon Tracker, placed inside and outside the AMS-02 magnet bore, provide charged particle traversing position with an accuracy of about 10 microns on the curvature direction. From the coordinate measurements the particle momentum and charge sign can be reconstructed up to high energies, for a maximum detectable rigidity of approximately 2 TeV/c. If you want a short introduction on the Tracker system you can find it here. In this TWiki you will find a description of the Tracker and all the necessary steps needed to operate and check the system.

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The 9 layers of double-sided microstrip detectors of the AMS-02 Silicon Tracker, placed inside and outside the AMS-02 magnet bore, provide charged particle traversing position with an accuracy of about 10 microns on the curvature direction. From the coordinate measurements the particle momentum and charge sign can be reconstructed up to high energies, for a maximum detectable rigidity of approximately 2 TeV/c. If you want a short introduction on the Tracker system you can find it here. In this TWiki you will find a description of the Tracker and all the necessary steps needed to operate and check the system.

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The 9 layers of double-sided microstrip detectors of the AMS-02 Silicon Tracker, placed inside and outside the AMS-02 magnet bore, provide charged particle traversing position with an accuracy of about 10 microns on the curvature direction. From the coordinate measurements the particle momentum and charge sign can be reconstructed up to high energies, for a maximum detectable rigidity of approximately 2 TeV/c. If you want a short introduction on the Tracker system you can find it here. In this TWiki you will find a description of the Tracker and all the necessary steps needed to operate and check the system.

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The 9 layers of double-sided microstrip detectors of the AMS-02 Silicon Tracker, placed inside and outside the AMS-02 magnet bore, provide charged particle traversing position with an accuracy of about 10 microns on the curvature direction. From the coordinate measurements the particle momentum and charge sign can be reconstructed up to high energies, for a maximum detectable rigidity of approximately 2 TeV/c. If you want a short introduction on the Tracker system you can find it here. In this TWiki you will find a description of the Tracker and all the necessary steps needed to operate and check the system.

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The 9 layers of double-sided microstrip detectors of the AMS-02 Silicon Tracker, placed inside and outside the AMS-02 magnet bore, provide charged particle traversing position with an accuracy of about 10 microns on the curvature direction. From the coordinate measurements the particle momentum and charge sign can be reconstructed up to high energies, for a maximum detectable rigidity of approximately 2 TeV/c. If you want a short introduction on the Tracker system you can find it here. In this TWiki you will find a description of the Tracker and all the necessary steps needed to operate and check the system.

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 The Shifter's Guide is a document that helps the shifter monitor the essential features of the tracker and TTCS operations. When this guide is not enough for solving a particular problem, perhaps the Tracker Trouble Shooting Handbook gives the solution(s). For other sub-detectors, the same kind of information is contained in the AMS Handbook (which also contains the Tracker related documents).

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The 9 layers of double-sided microstrip detectors of the AMS-02 Silicon Tracker, placed inside and outside the AMS-02 magnet bore, provide charged particle traversing position with an accuracy of about 10 microns on the curvature direction. From the coordinate measurements the particle momentum and charge sign can be reconstructed up to high energies, for a maximum detectable rigidity of approximately 2 TeV/c. If you want a short introduction on the Tracker system you can find it here. In this TWiki you will find a description of the Tracker and all the necessary steps needed to operate and check the system.

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The 9 layers of double-sided microstrip detectors of the AMS-02 Silicon Tracker, placed inside and outside the AMS-02 magnet bore, provide charged particle traversing position with an accuracy of about 10 microns on the curvature direction. From the coordinate measurements the particle momentum and charge sign can be reconstructed up to high energies, for a maximum detectable rigidity of approximately 2 TeV/c. If you want a short introduction on the Tracker system you can find it here. In this TWiki you will find a description of the Tracker and all the necessary steps needed to operate and check the system.

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AMS-02 Silicon Tracker TWiki

The 9 layers of double-sided microstrip detectors of the AMS-02 Silicon Tracker, placed inside and outside the AMS-02 magnet bore, provide charged particle traversing position with an accuracy of about 10 microns on the curvature direction. From the coordinate measurements the particle momentum and charge sign can be reconstructed up to high energies, for a maximum detectable rigidity of approximately 2 TeV/c. If you want a short introduction on the Tracker system you can find it here. In this TWiki you will find a description of the Tracker and all the necessary steps needed to operate and check the system.

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The 9 layers of double-sided microstrip detectors of the AMS-02 Silicon Tracker, placed inside and outside the AMS-02 magnet bore, provide charged particle traversing position with an accuracy of about 10 microns on the curvature direction. From the c oordinate measurements the particle momentum and charge sign can be reconstructed up to high energies, for a maximum detectable rigidity of approximately 2 TV/c. If you want a short introduction on the Tracker system you can find it there. In this TWiki you will find a description of the Tracker and all the necessary steps needed to operate and check the system.
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The 9 layers of double-sided microstrip detectors of the AMS-02 Silicon Tracker, placed inside and outside the AMS-02 magnet bore, provide charged particle traversing position with an accuracy of about 10 microns on the curvature direction. From the coordinate measurements the particle momentum and charge sign can be reconstructed up to high energies, for a maximum detectable rigidity of approximately 2 TeV/c. If you want a short introduction on the Tracker system you can find it here. In this TWiki you will find a description of the Tracker and all the necessary steps needed to operate and check the system.
 
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AMS-02 Silicon Tracker TWiki

The 9 layers of double-sided microstrip detectors of the AMS-02 Silicon Tracker, placed inside and outside the AMS-02 magnet bore, provide charged particle traversing position with an accuracy of about 10 microns on the curvature direction. From the c oordinate measurements the particle momentum and charge sign can be reconstructed up to high energies, for a maximum detectable rigidity of approximately 2 TV/c. If you want a short introduction on the Tracker system you can find it there. In this TWiki you will find a description of the Tracker and all the necessary steps needed to operate and check the system.

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The 9 layers of double-sided microstrip detectors of the AMS-02 Silicon Tracker, placed inside and outside the AMS-02 magnet bore, provide charged particle traversing position with an accuracy of about 10 microns on the curvature direction. From the c oordinate measurements the particle momentum and charge sign can be reconstructed up to high energies, for a maximum detectable rigidity of approximately 2 TV/c. If you want a short introduction on the Tracker system you can find it there. In this TWiki you will find a description of the Tracker and all the necessary steps needed to operate and check the system.

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The 9 layers of double-sided microstrip detectors of the AMS-02 Silicon Tracker, placed inside and outside the AMS-02 magnet bore, provide charged particle traversing position with an accuracy of about 10 microns on the curvature direction. From the c oordinate measurements the particle momentum and charge sign can be reconstructed up to high energies, for a maximum detectable rigidity of approximately 2 TV/c. If you want a short introduction on the Tracker system you can find it there. In this TWiki you will find a description of the Tracker and all the necessary steps needed to operate and check the system.

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AMS-02 Silicon Tracker TWiki

The 9 layers of double-sided microstrip detectors of the AMS-02 Silicon Tracker, placed inside and outside the AMS-02 magnet bore, provide charged particle traversing position with an accuracy of about 10 microns on the curvature direction. From the c oordinate measurements the particle momentum and charge sign can be reconstructed up to high energies, for a maximum detectable rigidity of approximately 2 TV/c. If you want a short introduction on the Tracker system you can find it there. In this TWiki you will find a description of the Tracker and all the necessary steps needed to operate and check the system.

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The 9 layers of double-sided microstrip detectors of the AMS-02 Silicon Tracker, placed inside and outside the AMS-02 magnet bore, provide charged particle traversing position with an accuracy of about 10 microns on the curvature direction. From the c oordinate measurements the particle momentum and charge sign can be reconstructed up to high energies, for a maximum detectable rigidity of approximately 2 TV/c. If you want a short introduction on the Tracker system you can find it there. In this TWiki you will find a description of the Tracker and all the necessary steps needed to operate and check the system.
 
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The 9 layers of double-sided microstrip detectors of the AMS-02 Silicon Tracker, placed inside and outside the AMS-02 magnet bore, provide charged particle traversing position with an accuracy of about 10 microns on the curvature direction. From the coordinate measurements the particle momentum and charge sign can be reconstructed up to high energies, for a maximum detectable rigidity of approximately 2 TV/c. If you want a short introduction on the Tracker system you can find it there. In this TWiki you will find a description of the Tracker and all the necessary steps needed to operate and check the system.

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The 9 layers of double-sided microstrip detectors of the AMS-02 Silicon Tracker, placed inside and outside the AMS-02 magnet bore, provide charged particle traversing position with an accuracy of about 10 microns on the curvature direction. From the coordinate measurements the particle momentum and charge sign can be reconstructed up to high energies, for a maximum detectable rigidity of approximately 2 TV/c. If you want a short introduction on the Tracker system you can find it there. In this TWiki you will find a description of the Tracker and all the necessary steps needed to operate and check the system.

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The 9 layers of double-sided microstrip detectors of the AMS-02 Silicon Tracker, placed inside and outside the AMS-02 magnet bore, provide charged particle traversing position with an accuracy of about 10 microns on the curvature direction. From the coordinate measurements the particle momentum and charge sign can be reconstructed up to high energies, for a maximum detectable rigidity of approximately 2 TV/c. If you want a short introduction on the Tracker system you can find it there. In this TWiki you will find a description of the Tracker and all the necessary steps needed to operate and check the system.
 

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  2. Tracker Trouble Shooting Handbook
  3. AMS Trouble Shooting Handbook for all Subdetectors
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The 9 layers of double-sided microstrip detectors of the AMS-02 Silicon Tracker, placed inside and outside the AMS-02 magnet bore, provide charged particle traversing position with an accuracy of about 10 microns on the curvature direction. From the coordinate measurements the particle momentum and charge sign can be reconstructed up to high energies, for a maximum detectable rigidity of approximately 2 TV/c. If you want a short introduction on the Tracker system you can find it there. In this TWiki you will find a description of the Tracker and all the necessary steps needed to operate and check the system.

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The 9 layers of double-sided microstrip detectors of the AMS-02 Silicon Tracker, placed inside and outside the AMS-02 magnet bore, provide charged particle traversing position with an accuracy of about 10 microns on the curvature direction. From the coordinate measurements the particle momentum and charge sign can be reconstructed up to high energies, for a maximum detectable rigidity of approximately 2 TV/c. If you want a short introduction on the Tracker system you can find it there. In this TWiki you will find a description of the Tracker and all the necessary steps needed to operate and check the system.

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The 9 layers of double-sided microstrip detectors of the AMS-02 Silicon Tracker, placed inside and outside the AMS-02 magnet bore, provide charged particle traversing position with an accuracy of about 10 microns on the curvature direction. From the coordinate measurements the particle momentum and charge sign can be reconstructed up to high energies, for a maximum detectable rigidity of approximately 2 TV/c. If you want a short introduction on the Tracker system you can find it there. In this TWiki you will find a description of the Tracker and all the necessary steps needed to operate and check the system.

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