The Pixel Luminosity Telescope Assembly and Testing at CERN

Goals of this page

A dedicated PLT asssembly at CERN page, where we should keep all documents relating to what is happening at CERN in terms of assembly, testing, installation..


General Description

The pixel luminosity telescope (PLT) will be assembled and tested at CERN during 2010. The PLT meetings are held every 2nd Monday at 16.30pm (CERN time), interleaved with BRM meetings. The meeting room is the BRM lab in B186-1-C12. Additionally there is an informal coffee meeting approximately weekly on Friday, 9.30am in the cafe close to Vladimirs office. It is held when there is an email confirming that it will take place.

Documents and links relating to Mechanics:

  • Mechanics

Documents, drawings and links relating to PLT Test Stand 186 R 202 beam-tele-plate.pdf: Test Stand Support Plate

Documents and links relating to Electronics:

  • Electronics

Documents and links relating to assembly at CERN:

  • [][Document]]

Documents and links relating to testing at CERN:

  • Cosmic testing in B186
  • Source testing in B186
  • Testbeam testing at CERN

Documents and links relating to installation at Pt 5

  • Power supply
  • Cabling
  • Installation
  • Readout, PCs and Software environment

Other useful information

People involved in PLT assembly at CERN:

  • Carl Ayres ()
  • Cathy Farrow (Tel. 16 5716)
  • Richard Hall-Wilton (Tel. 16 5315)
  • Dmitry Hits (Tel. )
  • Matt Hollingsworth (Tel. 72905)
  • Will Johns (Tel. )
  • Rob Loos (Tel. )
  • Vladimir Ryjov (Tel. 79461)
  • Zonchang Yang (Tel. 72905)

-- RichardHallWilton - 05-May-2010

-- CathyFarrow - 12-May-2010

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