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SPIRE Consortium Meeting La Palma, Oct. 1 – 2 2008 System-level testing: results, plans up to launch Bruce Swinyard RAL. What we were supposed to do. What we’ve done. . . . . . . . . . . In riveting detail. February – Warm functional test

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SPIRE Consortium MeetingLa Palma, Oct. 1 – 2 2008

System-level testing: results, plans up to launch

Bruce Swinyard

RAL

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What we were supposed to do

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What we’ve done

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In riveting detail

  • February – Warm functional test
  • March – Cold Functional Test
  • May – SMEC tests (pre vibe)
  • June – JFET switch on check (post Vibe)
  • July – more SMEC tests (post Vibe) – uVibration test
  • July – S/C EMC RE test
  • August – SPT – feat. EMC RS and uVibe test on detectors
  • September – RMS/SOVT1

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Functional tests all o.k.

Everything survived vibe

SMEC has some issues

Results

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Sticky SMEC in May

Drive current

Encoder signal

LVDT signal

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In case you missed the point…..

LVDT signal

Drive current

Encoder signal

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In July we unlatched again

Encoder signal1

Encoder signal2

LVDT signal

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Now it scans…..

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Microphonics – reaction wheels

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Velocity stability vs PFM4

PFM4

IST?

IST –wheel

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Velocity stability during wheel ramp

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The cooler recycled (eventually!)

Base temp~297 mK – hold time ~21 hours

Wrong temperatures in cryostatWrong angle

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photometer temperatures
Photometer – Temperatures

~310 mK

PLW

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photometer temperatures1
Photometer – Temperatures

~320-325 mK

PMW

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photometer temperatures2
Photometer – Temperatures

~315-320 mK

PSW

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photometer pixel operability
Photometer – pixel operability

PLW

A6 – offset problem?

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photometer pixel operability1
Photometer – pixel operability

PMW

A13 – v slow

T2 - dead

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photometer pixel operability2
Photometer – pixel operability

PSW 1/2

A13 – v slow

C12 - dead

A11 – v slow

D15 – wrong way round

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photometer pixel operability3
Photometer – pixel operability

PSW 2/2

G8 - dead

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power distribution
Power distribution

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temperature compare pcal to pfm4
Temperature – compare PCAL to PFM4

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Cryocover mirror (SPIRE side):

Toric (=biconic in the model) with RoCs and position & orientation along chief ray set as per HP-2-ASED-TN-0076 Issue 2 (17/10/03) section 2.3

PCAL – optical model

PCAL:

1mmx1mm emitter feeding CM4 hole (~3mm diameter) via ~20mm long light pipe, based on SPIRE DDD & PCal ICD & Applied Optics 44-16 (2005); initially on-axis then sequentially tilted to represent prime and redundant

Telescope focal surface:

Virtual surface shared by all instruments

SPIRE Photometer:

ASAP optical model from design prescription BOLPHOT155

OPTICAL MODEL

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Comparison Prime/Redundant (without cryo-cover)

Gradient along Z ~x2 but max gradient (~x3) in a diagonal + different orientation prime / redundant

Prime or redundant

PSW sampling

PLW sampling

3D view

The other one

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Comparison Prime/Redundant (with cryo-cover)

Dominated by return path from cryo-cover + only slight differences between prime & redundantc

Prime or redundant

PSW sampling

PLW sampling

Detailed

The other one

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photometer noise
Photometer Noise

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spectometer operability
Spectometer Operability

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