During the LHC collisions a dedicated TileCal readout provides measurement of the anode current for every photomultplier. An average anode current for A13 cell of the TileCal is shown as a functon of the instant luminosity on full data sample taken in 2010. The errors on the current are the quadratc sum of the statstcal and systematc errors. The red lines are obtained from the linear ft of the data points. Contact: Jalal.Abdallah@cern.ch , korolkov@ifae.es and ggonzalez@ifae.es Reference: CDS ATLASPLOTTILECAL2011002  [eps] 
Distribution of the Tile Calorimeter relatve anode current measured in 2010 collisions in LBA A4 (PMT 19) using the integrator data collected during runs 166142, 166786, 167844, and 167776, where the instant luminosity ranges from 0.5 x 10^32 to 1.8 x 10^32 cm2s1. The module number is shown on the Xaxis, while the Yaxis shows the relatve anode current. The error bars represent the run to run variaton of the measurement (RMS), also shown separately on the botom plot. This variaton is typical about 0.5% refectng the stability of the system. The standard deviaton module to module is about 1.5%, and the dashed lines represent a Â±2.5% band enclosing 90% of the measurements. Contact: Jalal.Abdallah@cern.ch , korolkov@ifae.es and ggonzalez@ifae.es Reference: CDS ATLASPLOTTILECAL2011002  [eps] 
During the LHC collisions a dedicated TileCal readout (Minimum Bias) provides measurement of the anode current for every photomultiplier. Anode current of a cell type is shown as a function of η for the three TileCal layers using data collected in 2011 with the MinBias system (bad PMTs are not considered). The instant luminosity is 1.9x10^32 cm2s1 inducing a typical current in the central region η<0.5 of 3, 1 and 0.05 nA in the A, BC and D layers respectively. Cell type D0 is omitted. Contact: Jalal Abdallah Jalal.Abdallah@cernNOSPAMPLEASE.ch, korolkov@ifae.es and Garoe Gonzalez ggonzalez@ifaeNOSPAMPLEASE.es Reference: ATLASPLOTTILECAL2011006 Date: 30 May 2011  [eps] 
Current vs η measured by Minimum Bias system in protonproton collision data collected during run 207046 of the 2012 data period. A range of 30 consecutive lumiblocks (time interval) has been used. The average of the corresponding instantaneous luminosity is 4.7 x 10^{33} cm^{2} s^{1}. Each cell of the Tile Calorimeter covers a range in η. The cells are distributed over 64 modules and read out by one or two PMTs. The average current for all channels belonging to a cell is shown in this plot. The error bars represent the standard deviation of currents measured for a given cell. Contact: Arely Cortes Gonzalez arelycg@cernNOSPAMPLEASE.ch, and Cora Fischer cora.fischer@cernNOSPAMPLEASE.ch Date: 4 May 2016  [eps] 
Luminosity coefficient (current/instantaneous luminosity) vs η measured by Minimum Bias system in protonproton collision data collected during run 207046 of the 2012 data period. A range of 30 consecutive lumiblocks (time interval) has been used. The average of the corresponding instantaneous luminosity is 4.7 x 10^{33} cm^{2} s^{1}. Each cell of the Tile Calorimeter covers a range in η. The cells are distributed over 64 modules and read out by one or two PMTs. The average currents for all channels belonging to a cell have been used to calculate the luminosity coefficient by dividing by the corresponding average inst. luminosity. The error bars represent the standard deviation of currents/average inst. luminosity measured for a given cell. Contact: Arely Cortes Gonzalez arelycg@cernNOSPAMPLEASE.ch, and Cora Fischer cora.fischer@cernNOSPAMPLEASE.ch Date: 4 May 2016  [eps] 
Current vs η measured by Minimum Bias system in protonproton collision data collected during run 276262 of the 2015 data period. A range of 30 consecutive lumiblocks (time interval) has been used. The average of the corresponding instantaneous luminosity is 0.4 x 10^{33} cm^{2} s^{1}. Each cell of the Tile Calorimeter covers a range in η. The cells are distributed over 64 modules and read out by one or two PMTs. The average current for all channels belonging to a cell is shown in this plot. The error bars represent the standard deviation of currents measured for a given cell. Contact: Arely Cortes Gonzalez arelycg@cernNOSPAMPLEASE.ch, and Cora Fischer cora.fischer@cernNOSPAMPLEASE.ch Date: 4 May 2016  [eps] 
Luminosity coefficient (current/ instantaneous luminosity) vs η measured by Minimum Bias system in protonproton collision data collected during run 276262 of the 2015 data period. A range of 30 consecutive lumiblocks (time interval) has been used. The average of the corresponding instantaneous luminosity is 0.4 x 10^{33} cm^{2} s^{1}. Each cell of the Tile Calorimeter covers a range in η. The cells are distributed over 64 modules and read out by one or two PMTs. The average currents for all channels belonging to a cell have been used to calculate the luminosity coefficient by dividing by the corresponding avarage inst. luminosity. The error bars represent the standard deviation of currents/average inst. luminosity measured for a given cell. Contact: Arely Cortes Gonzalez arelycg@cernNOSPAMPLEASE.ch, and Cora Fischer cora.fischer@cernNOSPAMPLEASE.ch Date: 4 May 2016  [eps] 
Current vs η measured by Minimum Bias system in protonproton collision data collected during run 276262 of the 2015 data period. A range of 30 consecutive lumiblocks (time interval) has been used. The average of the corresponding instantaneous luminosity is 0.4 x 10^{33} cm^{2} s^{1}. Each cell of the Tile Calorimeter covers a range in η. The cells are distributed over 64 modules and read out by one or two PMTs. The average current for all channels belonging to a cell is shown in this plot. The error bars represent the standard deviation of currents measured for a given cell. Different sets of gains are used in the cells in the gap/crack region (Ecells) to measure the higher currents. Contact: Arely Cortes Gonzalez arelycg@cernNOSPAMPLEASE.ch, and Cora Fischer cora.fischer@cernNOSPAMPLEASE.ch Date: 4 May 2016  [eps] 
Luminosity coefficient (current/instantaneous luminosity) vs η measured by Minimum Bias system in protonproton collision data collected during run 276262 of the 2015 data period. A range of 30 consecutive lumiblocks (time interval) has been used. The average of the corresponding instantaneous luminosity is 0.4 x 10^{33} cm^{2} s^{1}. Each cell of the Tile Calorimeter covers a range in η. The cells are distributed over 64 modules and read out by one or two PMTs. The average currents for all channels belonging to a cell have been used to calculate the luminosity coefficient by dividing by the corresponding avarage inst. luminosity. The error bars represent the standard deviation of currents/average inst. luminosity measured for a given cell. Different sets of gains are used in the cells in the gap/crack region (Ecells) to measure the higher currents. Contact: Arely Cortes Gonzalez arelycg@cernNOSPAMPLEASE.ch, and Cora Fischer cora.fischer@cernNOSPAMPLEASE.ch Date: 4 May 2016  [eps] 
Current vs. instantaneous luminosity measured by Minimum Bias system during the protonproton collision data taking in 2015. The currents were measured by PMT 17 of module 22 in the Cside Extended Barrel. This channel belongs to cell D5, which is stable within 12% over 2015 data taking period. The considered runs are spread over the whole data taking period and fulfill the quality requirements used for physics analyses. The profile of the 2D histogram is drawn as black points. A linear dependence of the current with respect to the instantaneous luminosity can be observed. Contact: Arely Cortes Gonzalez arelycg@cernNOSPAMPLEASE.ch, and Cora Fischer cora.fischer@cernNOSPAMPLEASE.ch Date: 4 May 2016  [eps] 
Average current vs. instantaneous luminosity measured by Minimum Bias system during the protonproton collision data taking in 2015. The currents were measured by PMT 17 of module 22 in the Cside Extended Barrel. This channel belongs to cell D5, which is stable within 12% over 2015 data taking period. The considered runs are spread over the whole data taking period and fulfill the quality requirements used for physics analyses. A linear fit has been performed. The fit parameters are given in the upper panel of the plot. The lower panel shows the ratio of the current over the fitted function. A good linear description of the current vs instantaneous luminosity can be observed. Contact: Arely Cortes Gonzalez arelycg@cernNOSPAMPLEASE.ch, and Cora Fischer cora.fischer@cernNOSPAMPLEASE.ch Date: 4 May 2016  [eps] 
Current vs η measured by Minimum Bias system in protonproton collision data collected during run 298633 of the 2016 data period. A range of 30 consecutive lumiblocks (time interval) has been used. The average of the corresponding instantaneous luminosity is 0.2 x 10^{33} cm^{2} s^{1} (as measured online by ATLAS preferred algorithm). Each cell of the Tile Calorimeter covers a range in η. The cells are distributed over 64 modules and read out by one or two PMTs. The average current for all channels belonging to a cell is shown in this plot. The error bars represent the standard deviation of currents measured for a given cell. Contact: Arely Cortes Gonzalez arelycg@cernNOSPAMPLEASE.ch, and Cora Fischer cora.fischer@cernNOSPAMPLEASE.ch Date: 30 May 2016  [eps] 
Luminosity coefficient (current/ instantaneous luminosity) vs η measured by Minimum Bias system in protonproton collision data collected during run 298633 of the 2016 data period. A range of 30 consecutive lumiblocks (time interval) has been used. The average of the corresponding instantaneous luminosity is 0.2 x 10^{33} cm^{2} s^{1} (as measured online by ATLAS preferred algorithm). Each cell of the Tile Calorimeter covers a range in η. The cells are distributed over 64 modules and read out by one or two PMTs. The average currents for all channels belonging to a cell have been used to calculate the luminosity coefficient by dividing by the corresponding average instantaneous luminosity. The error bars represent the standard deviation of currents/average inst. luminosity measured for a given cell. Contact: Arely Cortes Gonzalez arelycg@cernNOSPAMPLEASE.ch, and Cora Fischer cora.fischer@cernNOSPAMPLEASE.ch Date: 30 May 2016  [eps] 
Current vs η measured by Minimum Bias system in protonproton collision data collected during run 298633 of the 2016 data period. A range of 30 consecutive lumiblocks (time interval) has been used. The average of the corresponding instantaneous luminosity is 0.2 x 10^{33} cm^{2} s^{1} (as measured online by ATLAS preferred algorithm). Each cell of the Tile Calorimeter covers a range in η. The cells are distributed over 64 modules and read out by one or two PMTs. The average current for all channels belonging to a cell is shown in this plot. The error bars represent the standard deviation of currents measured for a given cell. Different sets of gains are used in the cells in the gap/crack region (Ecells) to measure the higher currents.
Contact: Arely Cortes Gonzalez arelycg@cernNOSPAMPLEASE.ch, and Cora Fischer cora.fischer@cernNOSPAMPLEASE.ch Date: 30 May 2016  [eps] 
Luminosity coefficient (current/instantaneous luminosity) vs η measured by Minimum Bias system in protonproton collision data collected during run 298633 of the 2016 data period. A range of 30 consecutive lumiblocks (time interval) has been used. The average of the corresponding instantaneous luminosity is 0.2 x 10^{33} cm^{2} s^{1} (as measured online by ATLAS preferred algorithm). Each cell of the Tile Calorimeter covers a range in η. The cells are distributed over 64 modules and read out by one or two PMTs. The average currents for all channels belonging to a cell have been used to calculate the luminosity coefficient by dividing by the corresponding average instantaneous luminosity. The error bars represent the standard deviation of currents/average inst. luminosity measured for a given cell. Different sets of gains are used in the cells in the gap/crack region (Ecells) to measure the higher currents.
Contact: Arely Cortes Gonzalez arelycg@cernNOSPAMPLEASE.ch, and Cora Fischer cora.fischer@cernNOSPAMPLEASE.ch Date: 30 May 2016  [eps] 
PMT anode current vs η measured by Minimum Bias system in protonproton collision data collected during run 325713 of the 2017 data period. A range of 20 consecutive lumiblocks (time interval) has been used. The average of the corresponding instantaneous luminosity is 2.8 x 10^{33} cm^{2} s^{1} (as measured online by ATLAS preferred algorithm). Each cell of the Tile Calorimeter covers a range in η. The cells are distributed over 64 modules in phi and read out by one or two PMTs. The average current for all channels belonging to a cell is shown in this plot. The error bars represent the standard deviation of currents measured for a given cell. Contact: Arely Cortes Gonzalez arelycg@cernNOSPAMPLEASE.ch Date: 14 May 2017  [eps][pdf] 
Luminosity coefficient (PMT anode current/ instantaneous luminosity) vs η measured by Minimum Bias system in protonproton collision data collected during run 325713 of the 2017 data period. A range of 20 consecutive lumiblocks (time interval) has been used. The average of the corresponding instantaneous luminosity is 2.8 x 10^{33} cm^{2} s^{1} (as measured online by ATLAS preferred algorithm). Each cell of the Tile Calorimeter covers a range in η. The cells are distributed over 64 modules in phi and read out by one or two PMTs. The average currents for all channels belonging to a cell have been used to calculate the luminosity coefficient by dividing by the corresponding average instantaneous luminosity. The error bars represent the standard deviation of currents/average inst. luminosity measured for a given cell. Contact: Arely Cortes Gonzalez arelycg@cernNOSPAMPLEASE.ch Date: 14 May 2017  [eps][pdf] 
PMT anode current vs η measured by Minimum Bias system in protonproton collision data collected during run 325713 of the 2017 data period. A range of 20 consecutive lumiblocks (time interval) has been used. The average of the corresponding instantaneous luminosity is 2.8 x 10^{33} cm^{2} s^{1} (as measured online by ATLAS preferred algorithm). Each cell of the Tile Calorimeter covers a range in η. The cells are distributed over 64 modules in phi and read out by one or two PMTs. The average current for all channels belonging to a cell is shown in this plot. The error bars represent the standard deviation of currents measured for a given cell. Different sets of gains are used in the cells in the gap/crack region (Ecells) to measure the higher currents.
Contact: Arely Cortes Gonzalez arelycg@cernNOSPAMPLEASE.ch Date: 14 May 2017  [eps][pdf] 
Luminosity coefficient (PMT anode current/instantaneous luminosity) vs η measured by Minimum Bias system in protonproton collision data collected during run 325713 of the 2017 data period. A range of 20 consecutive lumiblocks (time interval) has been used. The average of the corresponding instantaneous luminosity is 2.8 x 10^{33} cm^{2} s^{1} (as measured online by ATLAS preferred algorithm). Each cell of the Tile Calorimeter covers a range in η. The cells are distributed over 64 modules in phi and read out by one or two PMTs. The average currents for all channels belonging to a cell have been used to calculate the luminosity coefficient by dividing by the corresponding average instantaneous luminosity. The error bars represent the standard deviation of currents/average inst. luminosity measured for a given cell. Different sets of gains are used in the cells in the gap/crack region (Ecells) to measure the higher currents.
Contact: Arely Cortes Gonzalez arelycg@cernNOSPAMPLEASE.ch Date: 14 May 2017  [eps] [pdf] 
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