HV IMPORTANT NOTE: Please, remember that the HV distribution boxes installed on SM7 have been tested for ONLY 10 MINUTES at 13 kV

Crate mounting

SM traveler

Here is a copy of the SM traveler current version 1208 smtrave1208.xls

SM final tests

Risultati e grafici dovranno andare sui Travelers e sulla pagina web ......

  • misura correnti e temperature su crate ( risultati su traveler)
  • misura tensione e soglia su schede FEA e correnti tirate su DCDC (risultati su traveler)
  • pulser ( con grafici conservati)
  • noise ( con grafici conservati)
  • OR ad LTM ( con grafici conservati)
  • prova HV sui distributori e misura correnti ( risultati su traveler)
  • misura tenuta di gas con tutte le tre camere aperte: se ci sono dubbi farlo una per volta ( risultati su traveler)
  • Accensione di tutto il sistema + cooling per una notte e monitor temperature (con grafici conservati)
  • riprogrammazione TRM

Cabling installation

Here you will find the documentation for the cabling installation with some figures and the latest version of the .doc file.

Cables are numbered from 1 to 8 , 1 being the shorter one. On the crates they will be specular:

left 1-2-3-4-5-6-7-8 right 8-7-6-5-4-3-2-1 from first channel on the right

Labels can be fixed around the cable with some transparent scotch

Cooling system installation

The test is performed in three steps

  • Test of the soldered coil at 10 bar with water before mounting on the SM.

  • Test of the complete system with air pressure at 1 bar, including the distribution, once the assembly in the SM is completed.

  • Test of the complete system at 10 bar with water.

More details on the use of the pump for the test will follow.

Gas system tests

Here follows instructions for the gas system test of the SM. Please write all steps in the traveler for the SM

  • After insertion of the modules check gas tightness using the good gas at 6 mb (a dedicated line has been prepared from the second gas rack

distribution). The measurement is sensitive to the atmospheric pressure and temperature so it should be made in a relatively short time range ( 10 -15 min) to reduce such contributions.

If you suspect there is air in the tube, please purge it. The measurement takes some time since the gas flow is low.

Write the values in the travelers

  • Check at 1 bar the connecting tube + distribution panel with air.

The check should be done independently for each line and no leakage should be measured. If ok,before connecting to the module, briefly flush it with good gas to avoid air going into the modules.

NB in SM1 this test was merged with the following since the distribution panel was mounted at the end.

  • After connection with the module check that each line is ok observing the output bubbler.

  • At the end of the SM assembly, repeat the leakage test for each module independently and compare with first measurements.

RN 22/7/07

Modules Arrangement Inside SuperModules

SM External Side A Intermediate Side A Central Intermadiate Side C External Side C
SM 1 TE1 TI1 TC1 TI2 TE2
SM 2 TE3 TI4 TC2 TI3 TE4
SM 3 TE5 TI5 TC3 TI6 TE6
SM 4 TE8 TI8 TC4 TI7 TE7
SM 5 TE10 TI10 TC5 TI9 TE9
SM 6 TE11 TI11 TC6 TI12 TE12
SM 7          
SM 8 TE15 TI15 TC8 TI16 TE16
SM 9 TE18 TI18 TC9 TI17 TE19
SM 10 TE17 TI22 TC10 TI20 TE20
SM 11 TE21 TI19 TC11 TI21 TE23
SM12 TE24 TI23 buco TI24 TE26
SM13 TE28 TI25 TC12 TI26 TE27
SM14 TE29 TI27 TC13 TI28 TE25
SM15 TE32 TI29 TC14 TI31 TE30
SM16 TE31 TI32 buco TI30 TE34
SM17 TE33 TI35 buco TI33 TE22
SM18 TE35 TI36 TC15 TI34 TE36

Crate Power ON

Each TOF VME crate is controlled through the SY1527 located on top of VME cosmic crate. The real power (48 V) to the crate is given by a big power supply A3485A ("Maciste"). Additionally a 48 V power for service purposes is maintained by an external power supply (located on the top level of the tray where the Maciste stays).

Before to hardware action on the crate the 48 V service MUST BE SWITCHED OFF. Please remind always, while handling the flat cables from Maciste to crates, that these cables bring a 48 V line. Any wrong (or live) insertion can produce serious damage to the electronics.

The SY1527 name is caentoflv1. You can connect to it from a shell using the command:

> telnet caentoflv1 1527

user: user
pswd: user

On menu MAIN you select Channels

Use only if needed the telnet interface and remember to logout. Don't leave a session opened and unattended. There is a limitation to only 5 sessions.

A nice graphical interface is available through one of the two Windows PC in the small room at the center of 167 area. This interface can be also reached (from pctofsm and pctoflab1) using the command

> dcs

(ask the password of user alitof to one knows it).

The right sequence to power-up the crate after any hardware operation is the following:

  • check all cables are rightly connected (48V service, comunication with SY1527,48 V power cables from Maciste to crates)
  • then turn ON the 48V service power supply
  • on the MAciste front panel turn ON the controller enable and the channel switcher that are in use
  • log on the SY1527 and check Maciste and A1396 are connected (not unplugged) switch off relevant VME slots
  • switch ON the 100A channel (the Maciste power)
    Ch# 0.01.029 (for Ch00 )
    Ch# 0.01.059 (for Ch01 )
    Ch# 0.01.089 (for Ch02 )
    (look the in the front of maciste it must be turned on the proper switch )
  • then switch on the 5V and 3.3V channels on the selected VME crate
  • then switch on the VME slots you are interested to test

The right sequence to shutdown the crate before of any hardware operation is the following:

  • log on the SY1527 and switch off relevant VME slots
  • then switch off the 5V and 3.3V channels
  • then switch off the 100A channel (the Maciste power)
  • then turn off the 48V service power supply

LV CHANNEL MAP

In this section please insert LV channel map setup for each supermodule. A good job would be also to record all the FEA LV values measuring the voltage directly on the FEA. This will help in an eventual future intervention on LV settings or if any sort of LV calibration is needed. You can find an add-on for the SM traveler concerning all the LV setup exactly here.

LV SuperModule 1 (SM8 but SM0 in the old wiki page)

Crate 0 (Side A, right), id. Crate 1 (Side A, left), id. Crate 2 (Side C, right), id. Crate 3 (Side C, left), id.
LV channel Voltage(V) Current(A) LV channel Voltage(V) Current(A) LV channel Voltage(V) Current(A) LV channel Voltage(V) Current(A)
ch01 2.790 4.19 ch01 2.650 5.00 ch01 2.780 4.11 ch01 2.600 5.00
ch02 2.750 4.17 ch02 2.650 5.07 ch02 2.750 4.08 ch02 2.680 5.00
ch03 2.790 5.09 ch03 2.730 5.02 ch03 2.760 4.93 ch03 2.650 4.99
ch04 2.870 5.21 ch04 2.730 4.16 ch04 2.750 4.90 ch04 2.710 4.13
ch05 2.750 4.24 ch05 2.730 5.03 ch05 2.720 4.09 ch05 2.560 4.95
ch06 2.700 5.09 ch06 2.760 5.01 ch06 2.680 4.93 ch06 2.790 4.99
ch07 2.650 5.09 ch07 2.810 4.21 ch07 2.690 4.91 ch07 2.720 4.12
ch08 2.650 5.06 ch08 2.820 5.04 ch08 2.680 4.88 ch08 2.770 4.99

LV SuperModule 2 (SM0 but SM8 in the old wiki page)

Crate 0 (Side A, right), id. Crate 1 (Side A, left), id. Crate 2 (Side C, right), id. Crate 3 (Side C, left), id.
LV channel Voltage(V) Current(A) LV channel Voltage(V) Current(A) LV channel Voltage(V) Current(A) LV channel Voltage(V) Current(A)
ch01 2.760 4.21 ch01 2.670 4.96 ch01 2.750 4.23 ch01 2.670 5.03
ch02 2.710 4.21 ch02 2.700 4.93 ch02 2.670 4.22 ch02 2.610 5.02
ch03 2.760 5.01 ch03 2.670 4.97 ch03 2.750 5.08 ch03 2.680 5.05
ch04 2.700 5.01 ch04 2.740 4.09 ch04 2.750 5.06 ch04 2.700 4.20
ch05 2.610 4.25 ch05 2.750 4.95 ch05 2.660 4.20 ch05 2.600 5.01
ch06 2.650 5.00 ch06 2.760 4.95 ch06 2.670 5.05 ch06 2.750 5.00
ch07 2.670 5.01 ch07 2.740 4.11 ch07 2.670 5.03 ch07 2.700 4.19
ch08 2.680 5.02 ch08 2.790 4.97 ch08 2.670 5.03 ch08 2.750 5.03

LV SuperModule 3

Crate 0 (Side A, right), id. 37 Crate 1 (Side A, left), id. 39 Crate 2 (Side C, right), id. 33 Crate 3 (Side C, left), id. 29
LV channel Voltage(V) Current(A) LV channel Voltage(V) Current(A) LV channel Voltage(V) Current(A) LV channel Voltage(V) Current(A)
ch09 2.640 5.01 ch08 2.610 4.95 ch01 2.620 4.95 ch08 2.580 4.90
ch10 2.620 5.00 ch07 2.650 4.96 ch02 2.650 4.90 ch07 2.610 4.86
ch03 2.740 4.96 ch06 2.610 4.93 ch03 2.680 4.94 ch06 2.695 4.92
ch04 2.680 4.15 ch05 2.690 4.10 ch04 2.685 4.12 ch05 2.720 4.07
ch05 2.730 4.94 ch04 2.700 4.93 ch05 2.735 4.93 ch04 2.720 4.87
ch06 2.750 4.90 ch03 2.740 4.94 ch06 2.730 4.91 ch03 2.710 4.89
ch07 2.720 4.10 ch02 2.680 4.21 ch07 2.710 4.09 ch02 2.740 4.11
ch08 2.740 4.09 ch01 2.750 4.91 ch08 2.710 4.11 ch01 2.800 4.87

LV SuperModule 4

Crate 0 (Side A, right), id. Crate 1 (Side A, left), id. Crate 2 (Side C, right), id. Crate 3 (Side C, left), id.
LV channel Voltage(V) Current(A) LV channel Voltage(V) Current(A) LV channel Voltage(V) Current(A) LV channel Voltage(V) Current(A)
ch01 2.625 5.00 ch08 2.615 4.91 ch01 2.650 5.07 ch08 2.600 4.94
ch02 2.630 4.95 ch07 2.635 4.93 ch02 2.650 5.08 ch07 2.680 4.91
ch03 2.600 4.99 ch06 2.690 4.83 ch03 2.660 5.10 ch06 2.690 5.11
ch04 2.630 4.14 ch05 2.680 4.05 ch04 2.690 4.29 ch05 2.670 4.13
ch05 2.715 4.95 ch04 2.680 4.88 ch05 2.720 5.13 ch04 2.690 4.99
ch06 2.700 5.05 ch03 2.760 4.86 ch06 2.740 5.12 ch03 2.800 4.99
ch07 2.695 4.12 ch02 2.720 4.08 ch07 2.720 4.25 ch02 2.740 4.15
ch08 2.730 4.15 ch01 2.690 4.86 ch08 2.740 4.25 ch01 2.770 4.94

LV SuperModule 5

Crate 0 (Side A, right), id. 36 Crate 1 (Side A, left), id. 41 Crate 2 (Side C, right), id. 28 Crate 3 (Side C, left), id. 34
LV channel Voltage(V) Current(A) LV channel Voltage(V) Current(A) LV channel Voltage(V) Current(A) LV channel Voltage(V) Current(A)
ch01 2.750 4.27 ch01 2.750 5.07 ch01 2.600 5.15 ch01 2.650 5.02
ch02 2.800 4.25 ch02 2.800 4.23 ch02 2.690 5.21 ch02 2.710 5.01
ch03 2.730 5.12 ch03 2.750 5.09 ch03 2.690 5.13 ch03 2.690 5.00
ch04 2.790 5.14 ch04 2.780 5.10 ch04 2.730 4.31 ch04 2.750 4.15
ch05 2.720 4.31 ch05 2.730 4.23 ch05 2.760 5.13 ch05 2.760 4.99
ch06 2.730 5.12 ch06 2.750 5.08 ch06 2.720 5.10 ch06 2.750 4.99
ch07 2.700 5.09 ch07 2.690 5.09 ch07 2.740 4.28 ch07 2.800 4.16
ch08 2.620 5.10 ch08 2.690 5.14 ch08 2.780 4.33 ch08 2.810 5.02

LV SuperModule 6

Crate 0 (Side A, right), id. Crate 1 (Side A, left), id. Crate 2 (Side C, right), id. Crate 3 (Side C, left), id.
LV channel Voltage(V) Current(A) LV channel Voltage(V) Current(A) LV channel Voltage(V) Current(A) LV channel Voltage(V) Current(A)
ch08 2.68 5.15 ch01 2.58 5.06 ch08 2.68 5.26 ch01 2.65 5.17
ch07 2.70 5.14 ch02 2.69 5.11 ch07 2.64 5.28 ch02 2.69 5.20
ch06 2.72 5.11 ch03 2.65 5.11 ch06 2.75 5.24 ch03 2.89 5.25
ch05 2.71 4.29 ch04 2.74 4.24 ch05 2.75 4.40 ch04 2.74 4.34
ch04 2.77 5.11 ch05 2.74 5.10 ch04 2.80 5.33 ch05 2.82 5.21
ch03 2.75 5.10 ch06 2.75 5.10 ch03 2.70 5.27 ch06 2.78 5.21
ch02 2.79 4.24 ch07 2.775 4.28 ch02 2.65 4.34 ch07 2.76 4.32
ch01 2.77 4.28 ch08 2.79 5.12 ch01 2.78 4.37 ch08 2.80 5.23

LV SuperModule 7

Crate 0 (Side A, right), id. 47 Crate 1 (Side A, left), id. 45 Crate 2 (Side C, right), id. 46 Crate 3 (Side C, left), id. 42
LV channel Voltage(V) Current(A) LV channel Voltage(V) Current(A) LV channel Voltage(V) Current(A) LV channel Voltage(V) Current(A)
ch08 2.79 4.26 ch01     ch08 2.79 4.29 ch01 2.71 5.01
ch07 2.81 4.26 ch02     ch07 2.83 4.27 ch02 2.67 5.04
ch06 2.78 5.12 ch03     ch06 2.73 5.14 ch03 2.70 5.04
ch05 2.79 5.11 ch04     ch05 2.79 5.12 ch04 2.71 4.22
ch04 2.75 4.31 ch06     ch04 2.70 4.37 ch05 2.73 5.05
ch03 2.74 5.10 ch07     ch03 2.74 5.17 ch06 2.75 5.03
ch02 2.74 5.12 ch08     ch02 2.72 5.12 ch07 2.81 4.26
ch01 2.69 5.13 ch09     ch01 2.65 5.14 ch08 2.72 5.13

LV SuperModule 8

Remeber: in the following measurements LV channel is the CRATE channel. The corresponding FEACS are sorted starting from the CRATE to the centre of the SuperModule. NdR+

Crate 0 (Side A, right), id. Crate 1 (Side A, left), id. Crate 2 (Side C, right), id. Crate 3 (Side C, left), id.
LV channel Voltage(V) Current(A) LV channel Voltage(V) Current(A) LV channel Voltage(V) Current(A) LV channel Voltage(V) Current(A)
ch08 2.68 5.22 ch01 2.64 4.98 ch08 2.72 5.17 ch09 2.63 5.12
ch07 2.69 5.22 ch02 2.70 5.04 ch07 2.73 5.13 ch02 2.76 5.10
ch06 2.70 5.18 ch03 2.82 5.02 ch06 2.74 5.13 ch03 2.67 5.12
ch05 2.73 4.37 ch04 2.75 4.20 ch05 2.72 4.28 ch04 2.77 4.26
ch04 2.79 5.21 ch05 2.78 5.01 ch04 2.79 5.12 ch05 2.70 5.13
ch03 2.71 5.21 ch06 2.80 5.01 ch03 2.80 5.13 ch06 2.79 5.22
ch02 2.70 4.31 ch07 2.79 4.23 ch02 2.81 4.47 ch07 2.80 4.29
ch01 2.78 4.36 ch08 2.82 5.04 ch01 2.79 4.26 ch08 2.79 5.10

LV SuperModule 9

Crate 0 (Side A, right), id. Crate 1 (Side A, left), id. Crate 2 (Side C, right), id. 55 Crate 3 (Side C, left), id. 53
LV channel Voltage(V) Current(A) LV channel Voltage(V) Current(A) LV channel Voltage(V) Current(A) LV channel Voltage(V) Current(A)
ch01 2.75 4.22 ch01 2.62 5.01 ch01 2.78 4.28 ch01 2.63 5.09
ch02 2.80 4.22 ch02 2.70 5.02 ch02 2.75 4.34 ch02 2.73 5.12
ch03 2.76 5.07 ch03 2.72 5.03 ch03 2.78 5.13 ch03 2.72 5.12
ch04 2.78 5.05 ch04 2.75 4.21 ch04 2.75 5.19 ch04 2.78 4.29
ch05 2.71 4.24 ch06 2.73 5.08 ch05 2.64 4.35 ch05 2.75 5.10
ch06 2.74 5.05 ch07 2.77 5.02 ch06 2.67 5.10 ch06 2.80 5.09
ch07 2.67 5.06 ch08 2.78 4.24 ch07 2.70 5.15 ch07 2.775 4.30
ch08 2.67 5.03 ch09 2.80 5.05 ch08 2.70 5.15 ch08 2.72 5.13

LV SuperModule 10

Crate 0 (Side A, right), id. 57 Crate 1 (Side A, left), id. 56 Crate 2 (Side C, right), id. 58 Crate 3 (Side C, left), id. 59
LV channel Voltage(V) Current(A) LV channel Voltage(V) Current(A) LV channel Voltage(V) Current(A) LV channel Voltage(V) Current(A)
ch01 2.72 4.27 ch01 2.65 5.10 ch01 2.77 4.23 ch01 2.78 5.07
ch02 2.80 4.24 ch02 2.68 5.09 ch02 2.76 4.22 ch02 2.75 4.26
ch03 2.73 5.12 ch03 2.70 4.97 ch03 2.75 5.12 ch03 2.78 5.09
ch04 2.79 5.12 ch04 2.74 4.30 ch04 2.76 5.09 ch04 2.74 5.09
ch05 2.70 4.30 ch06 2.76 4.99 ch05 2.725 4.25 ch05 2.71 4.27
ch06 2.70 5.11 ch07 2.79 5.03 ch06 2.70 5.09 ch06 2.67 5.09
ch07 2.67 5.11 ch08 2.78 4.22 ch07 2.67 5.11 ch07 2.71 5.10
ch09 2.68 5.10 ch09 2.83 5.04 ch08 2.725 5.10 ch08 2.67 5.10

LV SuperModule 11

Crate 0 (Side A, right), id. Crate 1 (Side A, left), id. Crate 2 (Side C, right), id. Crate 3 (Side C, left), id.
LV channel Voltage(V) Current(A) LV channel Voltage(V) Current(A) LV channel Voltage(V) Current(A) LV channel Voltage(V) Current(A)
ch01 2.765 4.27 ch01 2.68 5.18 ch01 2.785 4.36 ch01 2.64 5.01
ch02 2.78 4.24 ch02 2.85 5.13 ch02 2.81 4.33 ch02 2.74 5.07
ch03 2.78 5.11 ch03 2.745 5.22 ch03 2.77 5.09 ch03 2.74 5.13
ch04 2.71 5.09 ch04 2.785 4.32 ch04 2.78 5.12 ch04 2.65 4.30
ch05 2.75 4.30 ch05 2.800 5.19 ch05 2.75 4.27 ch05 2.745 5.16
ch06 2.72 5.09 ch06 2.790 5.13 ch06 2.68 5.07 ch06 2.80 5.14
ch07 2.695 5.09 ch07 2.855 4.33 ch07 2.70 5.11 ch07 2.83 4.35
ch08 2.67 5.10 ch08 2.780 5.15 ch08 2.66 5.12 ch08 2.80 4.99

LV SuperModule 12

(this is the channel configuration as it appears on telnet. so, channel 1 is LV channel one, not the first FEAC LV channel)

Crate 0 (Side A, right), id. Crate 1 (Side A, left), id. Crate 2 (Side C, right), id. Crate 3 (Side C, left), id.
LV channel Voltage(V) Current(A) LV channel Voltage(V) Current(A) LV channel Voltage(V) Current(A) LV channel Voltage(V) Current(A)
ch01 2.70 2.54 ch01 2.67   ch01 2.72 2.53 ch01 2.68 5.10
ch02 2.78 5.08 ch02 2.74   ch02 2.805 5.03 ch02 2.74 5.12
ch03 2.78 5.06 ch03 2.73   ch03 2.745 5.10 ch03 2.69 5.16
ch04 2.78 4.27 ch04 2.77   ch04 2.73 4.23 ch04 2.78 4.27
ch05 2.77 5.12 ch05 2.78   ch05 2.71 5.12 ch05 2.77 5.14
ch06 2.70 5.06 ch06 2.80   ch06 2.75 5.11 ch06 2.78 5.14
ch07 2.68 5.12 ch07 2.68   ch07 2.64 5.10 ch07 2.69 2.58

LV SuperModule 13

Crate 0 (Side A, right), id. 65 Crate 1 (Side A, left), id. Crate 2 (Side C, right), id. 70 Crate 3 (Side C, left), id. 71
LV channel Voltage(V) Current(A) LV channel Voltage(V) Current(A) LV channel Voltage(V) Current(A) LV channel Voltage(V) Current(A)
ch08 2.67 5.04 ch01 2.65 5.05 ch08 2.67 5.05 ch01 2.64 5.02
ch07 2.67 5.05 ch02 2.73 5.04 ch07 2.69 5.10 ch02 2.70 5.01
ch06 2.69 5.06 ch03 2.64 5.07 ch06 2.76 5.05 ch03 2.70 5.03
ch05 2.76 4.24 ch04 2.765 4.23 ch05 2.72 4.24 ch04 2.77 4.25
ch04 2.765 5.04 ch05 2.77 5.06 ch04 2.79 5.04 ch05 2.79 5.04
ch03 2.75 5.05 ch06 2.74 5.07 ch03 2.79 5.09 ch06 2.78 5.09
ch02 2.74 4.20 ch07 2.77 4.25 ch02 2.78 4.21 ch07 2.79 4.24
ch01 2.77 4.20 ch08 2.74 5.03 ch01 2.79 4.26 ch07 2.80 5.07

LV SuperModule 14

Crate 0 (Side A, right), id. Crate 1 (Side A, left), id. Crate 2 (Side C, right), id. Crate 3 (Side C, left), id.
LV channel Voltage(V) Current(A) LV channel Voltage(V) Current(A) LV channel Voltage(V) Current(A) LV channel Voltage(V) Current(A)
ch08 2.69 5.12 ch01 2.68 5.12 ch08 2.66 5.10 ch01 2.68 5.07
ch07 2.69 5.07 ch02 2.64 5.16 ch07 2.68 5.11 ch02 2.72 5.01
ch06 2.74 5.09 ch03 2.755 5.16 ch06 2.70 5.10 ch03 2.76 5.07
ch05 2.75 4.28 ch04 2.73 4.29 ch05 2.71 4.29 ch04 2.735 4.22
ch04 2.78 5.10 ch05 2.67 5.15 ch04 2.78 5.10 ch05 2.72 5.05
ch03 2.74 5.12 ch06 2.75 5.14 ch03 2.76 5.14 ch06 2.79 5.07
ch02 2.78 4.24 ch07 2.765 4.30 ch02 2.79 4.26 ch07 2.795 4.23
ch01 2.78 4.26 ch08 2.84 5.14 ch01 2.73 4.28 ch07 2.77 5.04

LV SuperModule 16

(chXX is the telnet channel)

Crate 0 (Side A, right), id. Crate 1 (Side A, left), id. Crate 2 (Side C, right), id. Crate 3 (Side C, left), id.
LV channel Voltage(V) Current(A) LV channel Voltage(V) Current(A) LV channel Voltage(V) Current(A) LV channel Voltage(V) Current(A)
ch07 2.64 5.08 ch01 2.65 5.11 ch07 2.63 5.14 ch01 2.65 5.14
ch06 2.71 5.10 ch02 2.68 5.11 ch06 2.69 5.13 ch02 2.69 5.15
ch05 2.68 5.16 ch04 2.72 5.10 ch05 2.85 5.37 ch03 2.69 5.15
ch04 2.72 4.33 ch05 2.79 4.27 ch04 2.71 4.32 ch04 2.73 4.28
ch03 2.76 5.14 ch06 2.75 5.14 ch03 2.50 5.13 ch05 2.78 5.15
ch02 2.69 5.15 ch07 2.69 5.10 ch08 2.75 5.17 ch06 2.71 5.13
ch01 2.73 2.54 ch08 2.68 2.56 ch01 2.71 2.54 ch07 2.67 2.58

LV SuperModule 17

(chXX is the telnet channel)

Crate 0 (Side A, right), id. Crate 1 (Side A, left), id. Crate 2 (Side C, right), id. Crate 3 (Side C, left), id.
LV channel Voltage(V) Current(A) LV channel Voltage(V) Current(A) LV channel Voltage(V) Current(A) LV channel Voltage(V) Current(A)
ch07 2.75 5.06 ch01 2.70 5.16 ch07 2.65 5.08 ch01 2.61 5.04
ch06 2.70 5.06 ch02 2.72 5.10 ch06 2.65 5.02 ch02 2.71 5.06
ch05 2.72 5.07 ch03 2.70 5.11 ch05 2.65 5.05 ch03 2.67 5.07
ch04 2.73 4.23 ch04 2.75 4.27 ch04 2.73 4.20 ch04 2.74 4.25
ch03 2.72 5.06 ch05 2.79 5.16 ch03 2.74 4.88 ch05 2.71 5.06
ch02 2.80 5.04 ch06 2.78 5.10 ch02 2.76 5.04 ch06 2.73 5.09
ch01 2.75 2.51 ch07 2.70 2.56 ch01 2.74 2.50 ch07 2.72 2.55

LV SuperModule 18

Crate 0 (Side A, right), id. Crate 1 (Side A, left), id. Crate 2 (Side C, right), id. Crate 3 (Side C, left), id.
LV channel Voltage(V) Current(A) LV channel Voltage(V) Current(A) LV channel Voltage(V) Current(A) LV channel Voltage(V) Current(A)
ch08 2.43 5.11 ch01 2.66 5.10 ch08     ch01    
ch07 2.37 5.14 ch02 2.70 5.13 ch07     ch02    
ch06 2.50 5.19 ch03 2.71 4.93 ch06     ch03    
ch05 2.495 4.25 ch04 2.75 4.26 ch05     ch04    
ch04 2.52 5.11 ch05 2.68 5.09 ch04     ch05    
ch03 2.51 5.14 ch06 2.72 5.12 ch03     ch06    
ch02 2.60 4.27 ch07 2.74 4.29 ch02     ch07    
ch01 2.57 4.25 ch08 2.81 5.11 ch01     ch07    

TRM

TRM test (in Electronic Test Room)

Every TRM before to be inserted inside a SM crate must be validated in the test facility (Electronic Test Room). Use PC ''pcdaq2'', account ''labdaq''. This work is currently made by Alessandro, Pietro and Stefano.

TRM Test Instructions

  • Check all power supply are turned off
  • Check that in the backplane this card disposition is present

Slot id Device
1 SBS VME interface card
2 CPDM
3 TRM Test Board
4 empty
5 empty
6 empty
7 TRM Under Test
8 empty
9 the 100 Ohm BackPlane termination for P2
10 empty
11 empty
12 empty

  • Connect the TRM test board with the two 1.50m Cables to the HPTDC test distributor and the HPTDC test distributor to the inputs of the TRM under test
  • Turn on the 5 A power supply (5 v ) (the little one) then the 40 A power supply (3,3 v) (the big one)
  • Run ''~/VME/TRM/trmtest'' as user ''labdaq'' in ''pcdaq2''
  • Follow the instructions of the program and change the cable TRM test board upper cable (1.50m) with the 4.50 m long amphenol cable and finish the test.
  • after finishing the test replace the 4,50 m long Amphenol cable with the 1.50m labeled Test Board Upper
  • Update this Wiki

The results of the test should be inserted here http://www.bo.infn.it/alice-tof-hw/private/detector/TRM/index.php/TRM database

TRM deshelling (in Electronic Test Room)

Amphenol shell receptacle of the connector, which is magnetic, has to be extracted for the TRMs delivered so far. The procedure is as follows:

  • Ordered List Item

TRM insertion

Filling a crate start ALWAYS from SlotID 12 and the to the upper one.

Before to insert a TRM inside crate for its final insertion use the following check list:

  • the crate must be OFF. Turn off all digital channels (3.3V and 5.0V), turn off Maciste channel (100 A), then finally turn OFF 48V SERVICE power supply (the last cannot be done remotely). More detailed info about crate power cycle are published below in section Crate Power On/Off
  • the card have to be tested in lab test facility. APA firmware must be at least 0.0 and micro firmware version must be at least 1
  • CLK connector must be selected to EXT
  • the three selection jumpers (NFAULT, DATA READY and PROG) must be selected according the VME slot the card is in
  • the card locks should be slackened, but not too much (risk to loose the last piece!)

During the insertion: * the insertion is tight: especially some resistors and capacitors can be damaged. Put a mylar film on the bottom side, to protect the resistors. Extract the mylar film once the insertion is completed. * the insertion is tight: proceed to screw in the screws from both sides. If you encounter resistance please DO NOT FORCE and check the insertion of the VME connectors on the backplane. Start to screw in by hands in such a way to don't force. Use screwdriver when you are sure card is correctly inserted. * at this point don't lock yet the card locks * at this point don't connect yet the signal cables

After the insertion:

  • connect the clock cable from CPDM to the just inserted TRM. If necessary (loosy connection on CPDM side) remove some piece of thermoadesive from the Tyco connector side. The connector on the CPDM side must be not extracted easily.
  • turn on the power in the following order:
    • turn on 48V service
    • turn on Maciste channel
    • turn on 5V then 3.3V
    • be sure the CPDM slot is ON (slot # 3 in crate Right)
    • turn on the slot just inserted: check the increase of current in 3.3V channel is around 9-10A
    • log on //pctofsm// (account //toftest//) and do the following commands:
    • ''scancrate'' (check the TRM just inserted is correctly seen)
    • ''scanhptdc'' (check the TRM just inserted passes all the checks performed)
    • ''trmtest '' (check the TRM passes all the checks performed)
  • if all tests are passed: screw the card locks
    • update TRM map ID below

TRM MAP

In this section please insert TRM ID (read in the blue small front panel near the right screw) inserted for each supermodule.

TRM SuperModule 1 (SM8)

Crate 0 (Side A, right), id. Crate 1 (Side A, left), id. Crate 2 (Side C, right), id. Crate 3 (Side C, left), id.
VME Slot Trm Id VME Slot Trm Id VME Slot Trm Id VME Slot Trm Id
DRM 057 DRM 037 DRM 046 DRM 026
LTM 081 LTM 071 LTM 028 LTM 070
CPDM 008 3 469 CPDM 039 3 077
4 189 4 431 4 103 4 036
5 547 5 441 5 087 5 115
6 229 6 051 6 485 6 093
7 322 7 157 7 151 7 359
8 302 8 182 8 050 8 139
9 347 9 156 9 027 9 058
10 403 10 059 10 074 10 455
11 335 11 128 11 096 11 052
12 412 12 196 12 086 12 070

TRM SuperModule 2 (SM0)

Crate 0 (Side A, right), id. Crate 1 (Side A, left), id. Crate 2 (Side C, right), id. Crate 3 (Side C, left), id.
VME Slot Trm Id VME Slot Trm Id VME Slot Trm Id VME Slot Trm Id
DRM 069 DRM 054 DRM 062 DRM 065
LTM 033 LTM 035 LTM 036 LTM 027
CPDM 036 3 487 CPDM 015 3 075
4 308 4 478 4 206 4 005
5 540 5 241 5 110 5 015
6 405 6 518 6 185 6 113
7 536 7 448 7 119 7 331
8 538 8 480 8 179 8 336
9 563 9 479 9 205 9 328
10 523 10 542 10 213 10 357
11 452 11 528 11 125 11 138
12 537 12 316 12 319 12 230

TRM SuperModule 3 (SM10)

Crate 0 (Side A, right), id. 37 Crate 1 (Side A, left), id. 39 Crate 2 (Side C, right), id. 33 Crate 3 (Side C, left), id. 29
VME Slot Trm Id VME Slot Trm Id VME Slot Trm Id VME Slot Trm Id
DRM 076 DRM 067 DRM 063 DRM 071
LTM 010 LTM 037 LTM 019 LTM 023
CPDM 026 3 256 CPDM 018 3 463
4 252 4 244 4 223 4 659
5 396 5 510 5 247 5 346
6 600 6 505 6 418 6 255
7 421 7 541 7 337 7 246
8 363 8 430 8 375 8 257
9 597 9 466 9 461 9 261
10 364 10 464 10 149 10 258
11 369 11 512 11 127 11 260
12 649 12 486 12 288 12 263

TRM SuperModule 4 (SM16)

Crate 0 (Side A, right), id. 26 Crate 1 (Side A, left), id. 33 Crate 2 (Side C, right), id. 31 Crate 3 (Side C, left), id. 38
VME Slot Trm Id VME Slot Trm Id VME Slot Trm Id VME Slot Trm Id
DRM 059 DRM 041 DRM 042 DRM 010
LTM 014 LTM 021 LTM 015 LTM 029
CPDM 022 3 227 CPDM 028 3 508
4 150 4 251 4 555 4 562
5 472 5 545 5 500 5 622
6 474 6 548 6 440 6 429
7 531 7 511 7 599 7 623
8 552 8 515 8 595 8 609
9 273 9 560 9 612 9 605
10 266 10 513 10 621 10 608
11 226 11 544 11 667 11 624
12 550 12 507 12 670 12 617

TRM SuperModule 5 (SM9)

Crate 0 (Side A, right), id. 36 Crate 1 (Side A, left), id. 41 Crate 2 (Side C, right), id. 28 Crate 3 (Side C, left), id. 34
VME Slot Trm Id VME Slot Trm Id VME Slot Trm Id VME Slot Trm Id
DRM 061 DRM 035 DRM 034 DRM 052
LTM 011 LTM 032 LTM 080 LTM 007
CPDM 017 3 450 CPDM 033 3 685
4 477 4 438 4 383 4 220
5 330 5 267 5 422 5 615
6 130 6 476 6 384 6 535
7 136 7 618 7 468 7 676
8 129 8 686 8 596 8 674
9 170 9 546 9 390 9 601
10 063 10 198 10 465 10 202
11 446 11 675 11 180 11 120
12 613 12 693 12 210 12 439
A1396   A1396   A1396   A1396  
A1395   A1395   A1395   A1395  
A1395   A1395   A1395   A1395  

TRM SuperModule 6

Crate 0 (Side A, right), id. 44 Crate 1 (Side A, left), id. 43 Crate 2 (Side C, right), id. 40 Crate 3 (Side C, left), id. 30
VME Slot Trm Id VME Slot Trm Id VME Slot Trm Id VME Slot Trm Id
DRM   DRM   DRM 055 DRM 030
LTM 030 LTM 017 LTM 064 LTM 068
CPDM 013 3 677 CPDM 024 3 656
4 250 4 171 4 360 4 657
5 142 5 222 5 661 5 662
6 169 6 028 6 625 6 663
7 067 7 517 7 598 7 122
8 054 8 007 8 648 8 658
9 186 9 181 9 650 9 632
10 152 10 004 10 620 10 664
11 699 11 009 11 460 11 645
12 682 12 041 12 688 12 652
A1396 93 A1396 48 A1396 21 A1396 43
A1395 33 A1395 26 A1395 23 A1395 22
A1395 36 A1395 29 A1395 24 A1395 58

TRM SuperModule 7 (SM11)

Crate 0 (Side A, right), id. Crate 1 (Side A, left), id. Crate 2 (Side C, right), id. 40 Crate 3 (Side C, left), id. 30
VME Slot Trm Id VME Slot Trm Id VME Slot Trm Id VME Slot Trm Id
DRM 048 DRM 058 DRM 036 DRM 013
LTM 047 LTM 059 LTM 054 LTM 044
CPDM 035 3 628 CPDM 011 3 002
4 188 4 640 4 433 4 629
5 678 5 679 5 690 5 385
6 167 6 700 6 655 6 176
7 642 7 680 7 660 7 456
8 031 8 701 8 042 8 207
9 033 9 681 9 519 9 653
10 025 10 696 10 382 10 697
11 035 11 698 11 321 11 673
12 037 12 634 12 047 12 643

TRM SuperModule 8 (SM17)

Crate 0 (Side A, right), id. Crate 1 (Side A, left), id. Crate 2 (Side C, right), id. Crate 3 (Side C, left), id.
VME Slot Trm Id VME Slot Trm Id VME Slot Trm Id VME Slot Trm Id
DRM 027 DRM 039 DRM 028 DRM 021
LTM 012 LTM 055 LTM 057 LTM 025
CPDM 030 3 046 CPDM 020 3 471
4 350 4 691 4 193 4 497
5 073 5 187 5 371 5 268
6 132 6 641 6 366 6 506
7 341 7 651 7 392 7 147
8 301 8 116 8 416 8 482
9 454 9 269 9 707 9 356
10 654 10 305 10 702 10 503
11 644 11 311 11 703 11 444
12 219 12 270 12 705 12 489

TRM SuperModule 9 (SM1)

Crate 0 (Side A, right), id. Crate 1 (Side A, left), id. Crate 2 (Side C, right), id. Crate 3 (Side C, left), id.
VME Slot Trm Id VME Slot Trm Id VME Slot Trm Id VME Slot Trm Id
DRM 016 DRM 023 DRM 020 DRM 051
LTM 067 LTM 061 LTM 078 LTM 041
CPDM 021 3 710 CPDM 012 3 318
4 351 4 721 4 561 4 292
5 299 5 727 5 349 5 708
6 135 6 279 6 145 6 712
7 462 7 470 7 177 7 713
8 704 8 140 8 199 8 730
9 725 9 378 9 275 9 714
10 567 10 368 10 284 10 709
11 723 11 361 11 726 11 729
12 568 12 442 12 711 12 717

TRM SuperModule 10 (SM7)

Crate 0 (Side A, right), id. 57 Crate 1 (Side A, left), id. 56 Crate 2 (Side C, right), id. 58 Crate 3 (Side C, left), id. 59
VME Slot Trm Id VME Slot Trm Id VME Slot Trm Id VME Slot Trm Id
DRM 047 DRM 025 DRM 078 DRM 045
LTM 058 LTM 049 LTM 046 LTM 022
CPDM 019 3 248 CPDM 038 3 432
4 141 4 164 4 242 4 524
5 306 5 334 5 610 5 183
6 496 6 556 6 684 6 153
7 265 7 239 7 694 7 012
8 414 8 695 8 647 8 345
9 026 9 291 9 692 9 165
10 689 10 249 10 394 10 094
11 080 11 522 11 238 11 277
12 084 12 259 12 393 12 123

TRM SuperModule 11

Crate 0 (Side A, right), id. 60 Crate 1 (Side A, left), id. 61 Crate 2 (Side C, right), id. 63 Crate 3 (Side C, left), id. 62
VME Slot Trm Id VME Slot Trm Id VME Slot Trm Id VME Slot Trm Id
DRM 072 DRM 030 DRM 049 DRM 066
LTM 074 LTM 083 LTM 075 LTM 066
CPDM 025 3 614 CPDM 016 3 340
4 413 4 602 4 619 4 287
5 557 5 417 5 514 5 606
6 458 6 395 6 504 6 607
7 488 7 399 7 264 7 669
8 453 8 415 8 526 8 389
9 262 9 388 9 509 9 298
10 445 10 402 10 559 10 278
11 404 11 425 11 411 11 234
12 427 12 386 12 408 12 294

TRM SuperModule 12 (SM15)

Crate 0 (Side A, right), id. 60 Crate 1 (Side A, left), id. 61 Crate 2 (Side C, right), id. 63 Crate 3 (Side C, left), id. 62
VME Slot Trm Id VME Slot Trm Id VME Slot Trm Id VME Slot Trm Id
DRM 19 DRM 33 DRM 43 DRM 29
LTM 051 LTM 065 LTM ?? LTM 043
CPDM 37 3 719 CPDM 34 3 525
4 724 4 354 4 533 4 217
5 281 5 377 5 530 5 184
6 307 6 459 6 374 6 235
7 309 7 495 7 348 7 224
8 297 8 443 8 521 8 423
9 144 9 455 9 401 9 424
10 326 10 253 10 558 10 373
11 332 11 391 11 372 11 407
12   12   12   12  

TRM SuperModule 13

Crate 0 (Side A, right), id. Crate 1 (Side A, left), id. Crate 2 (Side C, right), id. Crate 3 (Side C, left), id.
VME Slot Trm Id VME Slot Trm Id VME Slot Trm Id VME Slot Trm Id
DRM   DRM   DRM   DRM  
LTM   LTM   LTM   LTM  
CPDM   3   CPDM   3  
4   4   4   4  
5   5   5   5  
6   6   6   6  
7   7   7   7  
8   8   8   8  
9   9   9   9  
10   10   10   10  
11   11   11   11  
12   12   12   12  

TRM SuperModule 14

Crate 0 (Side A, right), id. Crate 1 (Side A, left), id. Crate 2 (Side C, right), id. Crate 3 (Side C, left), id.
VME Slot Trm Id VME Slot Trm Id VME Slot Trm Id VME Slot Trm Id
DRM   DRM   DRM   DRM  
LTM   LTM   LTM   LTM  
CPDM   3   CPDM   3  
4   4   4   4  
5   5   5   5  
6   6   6   6  
7   7   7   7  
8   8   8   8  
9   9   9   9  
10   10   10   10  
11   11   11   11  
12   12   12   12  

TRM SuperModule 15

Crate 0 (Side A, right), id. Crate 1 (Side A, left), id. Crate 2 (Side C, right), id. Crate 3 (Side C, left), id.
VME Slot Trm Id VME Slot Trm Id VME Slot Trm Id VME Slot Trm Id
DRM   DRM   DRM   DRM  
LTM   LTM   LTM   LTM  
CPDM   3   CPDM   3  
4   4   4   4  
5   5   5   5  
6   6   6   6  
7   7   7   7  
8   8   8   8  
9   9   9   9  
10   10   10   10  
11   11   11   11  
12   12   12   12  

TRM SuperModule 16

Crate 0 (Side A, right), id. Crate 1 (Side A, left), id. Crate 2 (Side C, right), id. Crate 3 (Side C, left), id.
VME Slot Trm Id VME Slot Trm Id VME Slot Trm Id VME Slot Trm Id
DRM 064 DRM 077 DRM 009 DRM 088
LTM 084 LTM 026 LTM 026 LTM 048
CPDM 027 3 436 CPDM ??? 3 117
4 672 4 434 4 019 4 467
5 569 5 069 5 201 5 178
6 447 6 616 6 104 6 090
7 379 7 428 7 029 7 108
8 343 8 083 8 173 8 236
9 017 9 397 9 018 9 339
10 197 10 722 10 072 10 034
11 611 11 107 11 013 11 574
12   12   12   12  

TRM SuperModule 17

Crate 0 (Side A, right), id. Crate 1 (Side A, left), id. Crate 2 (Side C, right), id. Crate 3 (Side C, left), id.
VME Slot Trm Id VME Slot Trm Id VME Slot Trm Id VME Slot Trm Id
DRM   DRM   DRM   DRM  
LTM   LTM   LTM   LTM  
CPDM   3   CPDM   3  
4   4   4   4  
5   5   5   5  
6   6   6   6  
7   7   7   7  
8   8   8   8  
9   9   9   9  
10   10   10   10  
11   11   11   11  
12   12   12   12  

TRM SuperModule 18

Crate 0 (Side A, right), id. Crate 1 (Side A, left), id. Crate 2 (Side C, right), id. Crate 3 (Side C, left), id.
VME Slot Trm Id VME Slot Trm Id VME Slot Trm Id VME Slot Trm Id
DRM   DRM   DRM   DRM  
LTM   LTM   LTM   LTM  
CPDM   3   CPDM   3  
4   4   4   4  
5   5   5   5  
6   6   6   6  
7   7   7   7  
8   8   8   8  
9   9   9   9  
10   10   10   10  
11   11   11   11  
12   12   12   12  

TRM validation inside SM

Once a TRM has been inserted, connect properly a CLOCK cable to the TRM. Then turn its slot on. Be sure the clock is in, e.g. the CPDM inside RIGHT crate must be powered. Check also the optical link is powered and working.

scancrate

Use tofbaby and do the following commands

> cd SOFT/TEST

> ./scancrate -c [Crate Nr.]

This program check which modules are in and look for TRMs. Typical output is as follows:

[tofbaby] /home/toftest/SOFT/TEST > ./scancrate -c 0
ALICE - TOF Crate Test Facility on Crate # 0
Slot # 02 LTM Present (Got VME data 0x55555555)
Slot # 03 TRM Absent (BERR detected)
Slot # 04 TRM Present (Got VME data 0xAAAAAAAA)
Slot # 05 TRM Present (Got VME data 0xAAAAAAAA)
Slot # 06 TRM Present (Got VME data 0xAAAAAAAA)
Slot # 07 TRM Present (Got VME data 0xAAAAAAAA)
Slot # 08 TRM Present (Got VME data 0xAAAAAAAA)
Slot # 09 TRM Present (Got VME data 0xAAAAAAAA)
Slot # 10 TRM Present (Got VME data 0xAAAAAAAA)
Slot # 11 TRM Present (Got VME data 0xAAAAAAAA)
Slot # 12 TRM Present (Got VME data 0xAAAAAAAA)

in this situation all TRMs are in and this is a right crate (CPDM in slot 3 doesn't give VME response)

scanhptdc

>./scanhptdc -c [Crate Nr.]

This program performs various tests on TRM. The final status should be "PASSED". Typical output:

HPTDC scan program facility
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Slot/Id  Status  Fw   Temp Micro Mic/Fw Chain St.   HptdcErr   HptdcCom  TrgAcq
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
04/068   PASSED  0000  Ok   Ok   0001   A:ON  B:ON   Ok         Ok         Ok
05/001   PASSED  0000  Ok   Ok   0001   A:ON  B:ON   Ok         Ok         Ok
06/054   PASSED  0000  Ok   Ok   0001   A:ON  B:ON   Ok         Ok         Ok
07/078   PASSED  0000  Ok   Ok   0001   A:ON  B:ON   Ok         Ok         Ok
08/093   PASSED  0000  Ok   Ok   0001   A:ON  B:ON   Ok         Ok         Ok
09/016   PASSED  0000  Ok   Ok   0001   A:ON  B:ON   Ok         Ok         Ok
10/037   PASSED  0000  Ok   Ok   0001   A:ON  B:ON   Ok         Ok         Ok
11/036   PASSED  0000  Ok   Ok   0001   A:ON  B:ON   Ok         Ok         Ok
12/024   PASSED  0000  Ok   Ok   0001   A:ON  B:ON   Ok         Ok         Ok

press any key to continue

checkfw

>./checkfw -c [Crate Nr.]

The output should be like this

FW check scan program facility
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
Slot/Id          FwAPA Mic  FwMic FailBit  Status
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
03/614           0004  Ok   0003      0      OK!
04/619           0004  Ok   0003      0      OK!
05/417           0003  Ok   0003      0      NOT OK! CHECK AGAIN
06/395           0003  Ok   0003      0      NOT OK! CHECK AGAIN
07/399           0003  Ok   0003      0      NOT OK! CHECK AGAIN
08/415           0003  Ok   0003      0      NOT OK! CHECK AGAIN
09/388           0003  Ok   0003      0      NOT OK! CHECK AGAIN
10/402           0003  Ok   0003      0      NOT OK! CHECK AGAIN
11/425           0003  Ok   0003      0      NOT OK! CHECK AGAIN
12/386           0003  Ok   0003      0      NOT OK! CHECK AGAIN
=
press any key to continue

The STATUS is OK only for firmware release 4, but the most important thing is that the program check the Fail Bit value; if it's set to 1, the program automatically switch it to 0. With this bit set to 1 you can seriously damage the TRM turning it ON without the clock.

checkmblt

This program test data bus integrity when working in DAQ mode (Multiplexed Block Transfer)

[tofbaby] /home/toftest/SOFT/TEST > ./checkmblt -c [Crate Nr] [TRM list]

for example to test VME bus after insertion of TRM card in slot 5, in crate 1 use:

[tofbaby] /home/toftest/SOFT/TEST > ./checkmblt -c 1 5

To run a test on whole crate 0, use:

[tofbaby] /home/toftest/SOFT/TEST > ./checkmblt -c 0 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12

This program cannot work on LTM (slot 2)

Trmtest

>./trmtest -c [Crate Nr.] [Slot Nr.]

Then use on any TRM installed the program ''trmtest'' and follow all steps. To check TRM in slot nr. 4 do the command:

>./trmtest -c 0 4

scanbus

>./scanbus -c [Crate Nr.]  [Events] [Slot Nr.]

At this point performs a test on data bus using the command:

[tofbaby] /home/toftest/SOFT/TEST > ./scanbus -c [link Nr] [events] [slot list]

for example to test VME bus (100 events) after insertion of VME card in slot 5, in crate 1 use:

[tofbaby] /home/toftest/SOFT/TEST > ./scanbus -c 1 100 5

To run a test on whole crate 0, use:

[tofbaby] /home/toftest/SOFT/TEST > ./scanbus -c 0 1000 2  4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12

This program can work either on LTMs and TRMs.

TRM Manual Controller

In case of trouble, it exists a TRM manual controller, which can be invoked by the command:

>trmc

TRM test program facility

A) Trm Slot [04]       | P) Test Pattern [0x000001] | E) Event Gen
N) Cycles [0d00000001] | X) Cross-Talk test         | I) INL
R) Read a register     | W) Write a register        | Q) Quit
S) Save User Conf.     | T) Read Trig Setup         | M) Access to Micro
8) Set Patt8           | B) Read Event              | C) TRM Clear
Y) My setup            | K) Consistency check       | D) Scan IDCODE
H) Scan temp           | L) Acq Loop                | P) Set Acq Par
Z) Update Setup        | J) LTM Temp                | F) Read Flash Page
9) Write Flash Page    | 0) Toggle Status Chain A   | 1) Toggle Status Chain B

Control: 0x000A | Status: 0x383C | Ev. Stored: 0x0000 |
APA FW: 0000    | MicroFw: 1 (14/07/06)
Chain A Status: 1 1 7FFF 0000 FFFFFF FFFFFF FFFFFF FFFFFF FFFFFF
Chain B Status: 1 1 7FFF 0000 FFFFFF FFFFFF FFFFFF FFFFFF FFFFFF

it is designed for experts. However the most common use of it is to turn on chain A and B, if found OFF (this can be seen by the program ''scanhptdc'').

To turn on a chain use option 0 or 1 (Toggle Chain Status) and then use option Z.

TRM firmware re-programming validation

Before to start cabling a last check to be done (mandatory) is the whole procedure to reprogramming firmware remotely. This has to be done inserting the DRM prototype Altera in slot 1 (instead of V2718 board). The following hardware has to be deployed:

  • a small hub
  • connect Eth0 connector in DRM to one port of the hub
  • connect the second network card of pctofsm (or pctofdaq1) to the hub

A private eth network will be setup. (pctofsm or pctofdaq1 eth1 have IP 10.0.7.1, the DRM has IP 10.0.7.46)

  • Insert the DRM inside slot 1. To do that remove upper panel of the crate to drive the insertion with hands
  • Connect to the DRM the following cables:
    • ethernet cable to the hub (use connector input ETHERNET on DRM and use special network adapter with transformers)
    • clock cable from DRM (input connector ALICLK)
    • optical fibre from V2718
  • Turn 5V, 3.3V and then CPDM (slot 3) and DRM (slot 1). If you are in a LEFT crate turn on before the CPDM of the RIGHT crate.
  • on the crate turn ALL the TRMs. If LTM is not inserted turn on in any case also slot 2.
  • check using ''scancrate'' and ''scanhptdc'' everything works. If not you could need to turn oof and on the DRM again
  • Then connect to the CPU inside DRM

pctofsm> telnet drma1500

(user: root, nopwd) at the prompt give the following commands:

# df

# cd /home/tof

# ./tofstartup.sh

You should see an output like:

ALICE-TOF specific startup
...loading DRM device driver to access VME and JTAG buses
rmmod: DRM: No such file or directory
Using /home/driver_Rev0/DRM.o
Module                  Size  Used by
DRM                     3888   0 (unused)

  • on ARM CPU prompt then give the following command:

# ./Upgrade 4

You have to run twice this comand. Check the message. The program should read firmware version and internal FPGA ID code. A normal result is something like:

# ./Upgrade 4
******************* SLOT 4 *******************
TRM not responding to the VME access
ID Code = 014101CF

# ./Upgrade 4
******************* SLOT 4 *******************
Found TRM with FW-Rev 4
ID Code = 014101CF

  • power on the VPP channel. It MUST be ON and not in Fail. If VPP is off the comand below can seriously damage the hardware.

  • give the command (right or left depending on the crate):

#./upcrate_left.sh

or

#./upcrate_right.sh

The whole programming takes (without any error) around 1 hour and 20 minutes for the left crate (something less for right crate).

  • check the programming is going on. The TRM under programming has its led OFF. For every card a log file name is created (upgrade4.log for card 4 ecc. from 3 to 12). A normal completion of the reprogramming has the following output:

# tail upgrade7.log
finished 96%
finished 96%
finished 97%
finished 97%
finished 98%
finished 98%
finished 99%
finished 100%
Device Programmed: Res=0; ex_code=0.

  • when the reprogramming is finished check all the log files. A useful command to check all files is (from pctofsm or pctofdaq1 depending on where you are connected):

pctofsm> cd /home/tof

pctofsm> tail upgrad*.log | egrep "==>|ex_code

If for some card the ex_code is bad and programming is failed try again with the individual command:

# ./Upgrade -f V1390trm0004.stp

if it fails again contact Pietro. Please take note carefully of the Res and ex_code value in the case. The TRM has to be removed from the crate.

  • when everything is done, REMEMBER TO TURN OFF VPP
  • check again all TRMs with ''scancrate'' and ''scanhptdc'' command.

Pulser procedures with V2718

The pulser procedure is operated from pctofsm. The PC has to be connected to the crate(s) through optical fiber(s). A V2718 modified has to act as VME controller. pctofsm has two optical fibers: use LINK 0 to connect to crate Right and LINK 1 to crate Left.

In the CPDM front-panel there are three sections for pulser lines:

Section Name Correspoding module Number of connectors Number of pulser cables
PULSE 0 External module 7 6
PULSE 1 Interm. module 7 6
PULSE 2 Half central module 3 3

All pulser lines outputs (LEMO connectors) of CPDM should be rightly connected.

Additional cabling for pulser

It is currently possible to test Central/Interm. module and then External Module. It is not possible to pulse simultaneously all the three sections.

Required cabling to pulse Intermediate and Half-Central Module:

insert a LEMO cable in the empty output of section PULSE1 of CPDM. This line should be delayed (use the delay box available) and inserted in DSn connector of V2718 card (the DSn connector is the one farest from the optical connector in the V2718 card).

Required cabling to pulse External Module:

insert a LEMO cable in the empty output of section PULSE0 of CPDM. This line should be delayed (use the delay box available) and inserted in DSn connector of V2718 card (the DSn connector is the one farest from the optical connector in the V2718 card).

Software control

Log on pctofsm (account toftest).

To check signals output from CPDM with a scope you can use the command:

> pulser 

where can be 0 or 1. 0 corresponds to section 0, 1 to //both// sections 1 and 2. A 50 ns long pulse, positive, with height around 5 V should be visible. The pulse frequency should be 1 Hz (jitters can happen due to PC overhead).

The pulser program must NOT be active while taking pulser data with DATE.

Threshold adjust

If you want to adjust FEA thresholds (through LTM) edit the file ''/home/toftest/sm/configurationFiles/SOR.commands''. Look at line:

{DATE_SITE}/${DATE_HOSTNAME}/ltmcmd 0.5

the last value is the threshold set (in V) inside FEA. Change this value to the preferred one.

You always pulse using CPDM in Right crate, but it is possibile to read out TRMs in Right or in Left crate.

Right Case

* You need to power on just the Right crate. Connect optical link 0 to crate Right. * Execute the following command: ''> confRight'' * The LEMO cable from CPDM to V2718 card should be connected to V2718 card in crate Right.

Left Case

* You need to power on both the Right and Left crate. Connect optical link 0 to crate Right and optical link 1 to crate Left. * If you have cooling problems, take into account that in Right crate you can just power on 5V and slot # 1 and slot # 3. * Execute the following command: ''> confLeft'' * The LEMO cable from CPDM to V2718 card should be connected to V2718 card in crate Left.

To start an acquisition run use the command:

> daqControl

and then the usual DATE interface will start.

Required software configuration to pulse Intermediate and Half-Central Module:

edit the file /home/toftest/sm/configurationFiles/equipment.config. In the Trg equipment edit the last parameter (last of seven). The seventh should be set to 1.

Required software configuration to pulse External Module:

edit the file /home/toftest/sm/configurationFiles/equipment.config. In the Trg equipment edit the last parameter (last of seven). The seventh should be set to 0.

Run operation

When the DATE run is started data are recorded in /testdata/pulse_.raw. Please consider the following:
  • the run proceeds at maximum rate and produces a lot of data. Consider to stop the run when enough statistics is taken.
  • when run is terminated could be safe to rename data files as pulse_SM_Cr_E.raw and pulse_SM_Cr_IC.raw with self-explanatory meaning (E: stands for external module, IC: for internal/central module) and copy them in /DATA/pulser/.

Data analysis

Use mood. To be written by Roberto. At the moment see the previous DAQ section (the one written for cosmic test).

Noise rate measurement

Using more or less the same procedure described for the PULSER test it is possible to perform a noise-rate measurement on the supermodule. The idea is to run the DAQ without HV and without any pulse active, that is without any expected signal coming from the FEAs.
To do that we have however to send a trigger pulse to the V2718 in order to acquire data. So an easy way in order to do this could be performed by sending a random TTL pulse to the V2718 with an external pulser.
Notice that during the data acquisition all the FEAs have to be powered.
Another important thing is the TRM matching window and the number of collected events: in order to detect noises with rate greater than 1Hz at least 1 Mevents have to be collected with a matching window of 1 us.
To set up the TRMs in this way just use
noiseRight
noiseLeft
(please note that these two commands work only on pctofdaq1) for Right/Left crate and set up in DATE the number of events.
Even more important is the threshold value which I propose to set at 1.0V as a standard threshold value for these kind of measurements.

Once data have been collected, following the PULSER file names, rename the data file as
noise_SM_Cr.raw
and put it into
/DATA/noise
directory.
Actually, since the file size is quite big (500MB) it is up to you to copy a file without any hot-channel, provided that you write somewhere that you have performed the test.

Pulser procedures with DRM

This paragraph explains how you have to proceed in case you want to perform a pulser test with DRM as VME controller. The pulser procedure is operated from 2 different PCs: tofbaby for the baby side and tofback for the back side. The PCs have to be connected to the crates through optical fibers: use LINK 0 to connect to crate Right and LINK 1 to crate Left. Before to start turn on alle the VME boards and check if the communication between the PC and the crate is still working (for example using /SOFT/TEST/scancrate -c [link nr.] )

The software system that performs data-aquisition activities is DATE. You can launch it by the comand:

daqControl

Another usefull comand is

infoBrowser

which allows to monitor the DATE log messages.
Now you can set the run configuration with

editDb

this windows should appear:
editDb.jpg

In the Equipment menu' it is possible to manage the run settings. In the LDCs column select tofbaby_LDC (or tofback_LDC ). In the 2 LTM equipments the FEAs threshold can be set to the right value.
Then, go to the TRG-0 item if you want to change the trigger settings. To pulse the different modules you have to set to 1 the various pulser section. For example, set pulserSection0 to 1 if you want to pulse the external module, then pulserSection1 for the intermediate one and pulserSection2 for the central one.
Only the right crate house a CPDM. If we want a trigger signal synchronous with the pulse signal, the trigger coming from the DRM in the right crate has to be send to the left crate as well. In order to do that, a special cable with RJ45 (ethernet) connector on both side has to be connected to the CTRL input of both DRM. Then set the enableLeftCrate to 1.
With the TRM equipment it is possible to enable/disable a TRM and to set the channel mask.

The monitoring program is MOOD. You run you have just to type

mood

You can follow the instruction from the old wiki page

LTM

Mounting instructions

Put LTM into crate slot 2. Connect the clk cable from CPDM (if the CPDM is not mounted yet, skip this step. The LTM has its own clk).
Label the grey FEAC-LTM cable: number 8 is the longer, number 1 the shortest. You have to pass these cable under the signal cable and then up on the SM structure corner. Then insert them on the metallic support.
You will find in R-010 office the KEL patch cords (gold colour). These are already labelled with a number 1-4 and 5-8.
THESE PATCH CORDS ARE VERY FRAGILE: PLEASE HANDLE THEM GENTLY AND REMOVE THEM BEFORE TAKING ANY RELEVANT ACTION ON THE CRATE ( REMOVING TRM, ...). Please pay attention to put the right on the proper LTM connector ( labelled 0-3 and 4-7).
After mounting them write a short file called SMx_y_z.dat (where x=SM number, y=A,C side , z=left,right) containing the length of the 8 cable and put it on wiki.

How to make a Temperature run

cd /home/tofcosm/VME/LTM/LTM

./myadc2
5

The program is now filling a file called "byandrea.dat". When you want to stop make CTRL C. You may find in the same directory a kumac file called ttt.kumac. Run it under paw.

How to change threshold

Threshold adjust

To change the FEA thresholds edit the file /home/toftest/sm/configurationFiles/SOR.commands (on pctofsm is in directory /home/toftest/sm/pctofsm/.).
At line: {DATE_SITE}/${DATE_HOSTNAME}/ltmcmd XX
the last value is the threshold (in V) of the FEA. Maximum is for XX = 0 V ( dV~ 530 mV), minimum is XX=1.5 ( dV=0).
Find here the circuit calibration __VTH_CALIB__{{:uploads:vth_calib.ppt|:uploads:vth_calib.ppt}}

LTM MAP

Map of the LTMs already inserted in the SMs.

SuperModule 1

SuperModule 2

SuperModule 3

Side A Side C
right left right left
FEAC s.n. length (ns) FEAC s.n. length (ns) FEAC s.n. length (ns) FEAC s.n. length (ns)
  11.1   11.2 138 10.2 146 10.2
  13.9   13.9 139 13.1 148 13.2
  16.4   16.3 142 16.0 132 15.9
  18.9   18.8 136 18.3 130 18.3
  21.3   21.2 151 20.6 143 20.3
  23.3   23.1 127 22.8 150 22.5
  25.0   25.2 145 24.5 147 24.4
  27.4   27.3 131 26.7 128 26.6

SuperModule 4

Side A Side C
right left right left
FEAC s.n. length (ns) FEAC s.n. length (ns) FEAC s.n. length (ns) FEAC s.n. length (ns)
152 11.1 153 11.2   10.3   10.3
140 13.9 129 13.7   13.2   13.1
109 16.0 126 16.3   15.9   15.9
104 19.1 118 18.9   18.2   18.2
144 21.1 121 21.1   20.1   20.4
115 23.2 149 23.3   22.7   22.6
137 25.0 119 25.2   24.6   24.8
120 26.8 125 27.2   26.9   26.7

SuperModule 5

Side A Side C
right left right left
FEAC s.n. length (ns) FEAC s.n. length (ns) FEAC s.n. length (ns) FEAC s.n. length (ns)
156 10.5 174 10.4 182 10.4 192 10.5
154 13.2 171 13.2 179 13.3 051 13.1
164 15.8 180 15.9 186 15.9 100 15.7
162 17.9 170 18.0 177 17.9 167 18.3
161 20.0 155 19.9 176 20.4 172 20.4
163 22.9 160 22.7 185 22.7 166 22.8
169 25.7 173 25.3 189 25.1 183 25.4
168 27.6 165 27.6 193 27.0 188 27.4

SuperModule 6

Side A Side C
right left right left
FEAC s.n. length (ns) FEAC s.n. length (ns) FEAC s.n. length (ns) FEAC s.n. length (ns)
200 10.2 208 10.2 207 10.2 196 10.3
123 13.1 122 13.2 206 13.0 197 13.1
88 15.6 93 15.6 203 15.6 194 15.6
87 18.0 85 18.1 201 18.0 195 18.0
90 20.2 89 20.2 205 19.8 158 20.5
94 22.2 92 22.1 204 22.2 198 22.1
82 24.3 86 23.5 202 24.1 134 24.0
83 26.5 81 26.7 199 26.6 135 26.6

SuperModule 7

Side A Side C
right left right left
FEAC s.n. length (ns) FEAC s.n. length (ns) FEAC s.n. length (ns) FEAC s.n. length (ns)
230 10.9 110 11.0 244 10.9 213 10.9
247 13.9 96 13.8 246 13.9 223 13.9
248 16.5 95 16.4 220 16.3 218 16.4
245 19.0 98 18.9 209 18.9 227 18.9
215 21.2 219 20.9 221 21.1 224 21.1
216 23.3 229 23.1 212 23.3 225 23.4
82 25.2 243 25.0 234 25.3   25.1
97 27.5 217 27.5 226 27.6 228 27.5

SuperModule 8

Side A Side C
right left right left
FEAC s.n. length (ns) FEAC s.n. length (ns) FEAC s.n. length (ns) FEAC s.n. length (ns)
  10.5   10.6 257 10.6 252 10.5
  13.2   13.3 267 13.2 266 13.4
  15.8   15.6 250 15.7 265 15.7
  18.2   18.0 263 18.1 249 18.2
  20.1   20.2 258 20.5 282 20.3
  22.2     254 22.4 268 22.3
233 24.4   24.3 253 24.4 255 24.9
235 26.7 242 26.8 251 26.8 256 26.8

SuperModule 9

Side A Side C
right left right left
FEAC s.n. length (ns) FEAC s.n. length (ns) FEAC s.n. length (ns) FEAC s.n. length (ns)
326 11.1 261 11.0 306 11.0 270 11.0
328 14.2 260 13.9 320 13.9 284 14.0
327 14.7 310 14.5 325 14.5 280 14.5
286 18.9 259 18.7 277 18.9 283 19.0
281 20.7 262 20.4 278 21.0 279 20.8
276 23.3 305 23.2 287 23.3 269 23.1
288 23.4 273 24.9 272 24.7 271 25.2
274 27.6 275 27.3 290 27.6 285 27.1

SuperModule 10

Side A Side C
right left right left
FEAC s.n. length (ns) FEAC s.n. length (ns) FEAC s.n. length (ns) FEAC s.n. length (ns)
311 10.5 313 10.4 324 10.5 293 10.4
312 13.3 300 13.6 294 13.7 316 13.6
303 16.3 302 16.2 315 16.3 321 16.3
298 19.2 299 19.2 304 19.1 329 19.3
317 21.4 318 21.6 296 21.4 295 21.3
322 23.9 389 23.9 301 23.7 291 24.0
301 26.1 323 25.9 330 26.2 292 26.2
319 28.5 314 28.4 308 28.4 301 28.4

SuperModule 11

Side A Side C
right left right left
FEAC s.n. length (ns) FEAC s.n. length (ns) FEAC s.n. length (ns) FEAC s.n. length (ns)
  10.9   10.9   11.1   11.0
  13.9   13.8   13.8   13.9
  16.6   16.6   16.6   16.6
  19.1   18.7   18.7   18.7
  20.9   21.2   21.1   21.0
  23.4   23.1   23.3   23.3
  25.3   25.3   25.5   25.3
  27.7   27.6   27.9   27.8

SuperModule 12

NOT DONE!!!!!

SuperModule 13

Side A Side C
right left right left
FEAC s.n. length (ns) FEAC s.n. length (ns) FEAC s.n. length (ns) FEAC s.n. length (ns)
403 10.8 397 10.8   10.7   10.8
414 13.6 408 13.6   13.7   13.7
409 16.5 406 16.4   16.2   16.2
399 18.6 392 18.5   18.8   18.7
402 21.0 395 20.0   20.5   20.8
412 22.8 407 23.0   22.9   23.0
393 24.5 401 24.6   25.2   25.0
398 27.6 410 27.8 446 27.6 439 27.8

SuperModule 14

Side A Side C
right left right left
FEAC s.n. length (ns) FEAC s.n. length (ns) FEAC s.n. length (ns) FEAC s.n. length (ns)
459 10.6 452 10.6        
449 13.1 435 13.3        
434 16.1 451 16.9        
438 18.3 464 18.2        
394 20.5 454 20.1        
465 23.4 448 22.6        
460 25.7 450 24.6        
463 27.1 447 27.3        

SuperModule 15

Side A Side C
right left right left
FEAC s.n. length (ns) FEAC s.n. length (ns) FEAC s.n. length (ns) FEAC s.n. length (ns)
  10.6 10.3          
  13.4 13.5          
  16.1 16.1          
  18.0 18.8          
  20.9 20.8          
  22.5 22.6          
  25.0 24.6          
               

SuperModule 16

Side A Side C
right left right left
FEAC s.n. length (ns) FEAC s.n. length (ns) FEAC s.n. length (ns) FEAC s.n. length (ns)
               
               
               
               
               
               
               
               

SuperModule 17

Side A Side C
right left right left
FEAC s.n. length (ns) FEAC s.n. length (ns) FEAC s.n. length (ns) FEAC s.n. length (ns)
               
               
               
               
               
               
               
               

SuperModule 18

Side A Side C
right left right left
FEAC s.n. length (ns) FEAC s.n. length (ns) FEAC s.n. length (ns) FEAC s.n. length (ns)
               
               
               
               
               
               
               
               

Vth values crate right_baby

ltmcmd real value
0.4   0.5
0.5   0.6
0.6   0.8
0.7   0.9
0.8   1
0.9   1.2
1   1.3

SY2390 / A1396-A1395 MAP (not inserted in supermodules)

In this table we track S/N of SY2390 (crate chassis), A1395 and A1396 (DC/DC) which are NOT inserted in SuperModules:

Location SY2390 A1396 A1395 A1395 Note
TO Crate 27 47 80 81  
Cosmics ? 25 72 86 1st prototype. Cannot be used in SM

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