Procedure to switch on TTCS

  1. Switch on the required TTPD (default is A) (Probably it is already on)
  2. Check that the qlist retriving tracker temperature is running
    1. give from a terminal the command (the qlist command is avalaible using terminal on pcpocX but not, for example, on pcposc0)
      • qlist -h pcgsc00 -phrdl -n 13
    2. Check for the line containing 6C or F6C (6C green means OK, F6C green or red means it is not activated)
  3. on any terminal on pcpoc08 issue the commands:
    • TTCE-2 eas:hrdl pcgsc00
    • TTCE-4 eas:hrdl pcgsc00
  4. on a web browser open the link

On the TTCE-4 interface

  1. set the TTCE parameters on the TTCE-4 Controller as reported in the figure (usually the parameters are correct at the startup if you launch the program in the directory where you launched the last time, i.e. ~/, where is the TTCE-4.configfile)
  2. Press Write ALL on the left side (PRIMARY)


On the TTCE-2 interface:

On ground, if AMS is in the horizontal position, one must do the following steps reading first the procedures explained under

  1. POWER ON the GAC_P heater - Check that pt03 is getting hotter.
  2. WAIT for Pt01_P temperature to reach the set point value (see TTCE-4 seeting). A DELTAT GREATER THAN 3 DEGREES HAS TO BE PRESENT BETWEEN pt01 AND pt02 BEFORE TO SWITCH ON THE PUMPS!
  3. Check that the pump settings are as in the figure
  4. Switch on the pump_P by pressing ON on P_P then press the button WRITE nearby and then the READ button nearby

-- GiovanniAmbrosicernch - 14-Jan-2010

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