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JMDC Command Files for Activation and Operation 2011-03-04 AMS SW Review, KSC, Mar. 2011. Andreas Sabellek. Supported by the Carl-Zeiss-Foundation. Command Files for Activation Overview. start_up.cmd Executed whenever JAP is loaded cfg_xxxx.cmd (configuration file) Executed on request

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Jmdc command files for activation and operation 2011 03 04 ams sw review ksc mar 2011

JMDC Command Filesfor Activation and Operation2011-03-04AMS SW Review, KSC, Mar. 2011

Andreas Sabellek

Supported by the Carl-Zeiss-Foundation


Command files for activation overview

Command Files for Activation Overview

  • start_up.cmd

    • Executed whenever JAP is loaded

  • cfg_xxxx.cmd (configuration file)

    • Executed on request

    • configuration dependent command list (e.g. ESTEC AA)

    • One of out of the present configuration command files is executed by the startup command file (defined individually on every JMDC)

  • rst_xxxx.cmd (file to restore JMDC to DAQ)

    • Execute on request to set JAP to DAQ operation after JAP needed to be reloaded during DAQ

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Current start up cmd

Current start_up.cmd

  • Optionally change high rate data output rate

    • default JAP settings are kept (HRDL: 9Mbit/s; RS422: 1.92 MHz)

  • Start CQ-List task

  • Enable additional CHD data pages

    • Task status added for debugging

  • Executes a configuration command file

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Cfg xxxx cmd

cfg_xxxx.cmd

execution sets

1) Node Address Table

cfg_xxxx.cmd

2) CQ-List Items (disabled)

3) Table of Dallas temperature sensors and actions for monitoring task

4) Activation/Deactivation (powerstep) command lists

Configuration is packed into one file

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1 node address table

1) Node Address Table

  • Sets AMSWire paths

  • Sets CAN bus addresses and bus

  • Assigns primary and secondary alias addresses

  • Minor changes (to tested table) are done by separate commands

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2 cq list items

2) CQ-List Items

  • Items are added with primary node address, in this way the real path is defined by node address table

  • Current items monitor

    • Slow Control: JPD, M-Crate, CCEB, PDS, TTCE, UG, GPS*, ASTE*

    • DAQ nodes: JLV1, T, E, R, S, U

    • Items during DAQ operation: T, E (dyn. pedestals)

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3 dts table

3) DTS Table

  • Includes all sensors connected to busses on JPD, M-crate, CCEB, PDS (on USCM), UG

  • Sets warning and alarm limits for every sensor (counted in CHD data)

  • Sets command to be executed, when alarm limit is reached (may be configuration dependent)

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4 powerstep command lists overview

4) Powerstep Command Lists Overview

powerstep 0: no switching of power, but enables monitoring of hardware powered when 120V to PDS is applied; executed by JAP on power on

powerstep 1: ends in STANDBY condition; powers on slow control hardware and enables monitoring

powerstep 2: powers on detectors except tracker; high voltage stays off and monitoring is enabled

powerstep 3: powers on tracker and start tracker thermal interlock task and enables monitoring

powerstep 4: ramping of high voltages for detectors

powerstep 5: ends in OPERATIONAL condition; sets and starts DAQ

powerstep 6: stops DAQ and prepares repeated execution of powersteps

powerstep 7: ends in STANDBY condition; powers off detectors and leaves slow control hardware on

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Powerstep 0 summary

Powerstep 0 Summary

  • Reset all node address table errors

  • Boot PDS USCM, enable qlist item, start PDS task

  • Boot JPD USCM, enable qlist item, start GTSN task

  • Enable JLV1 qlist item

  • Set JLV1 and JINJ nodes in DAQ wishlist

  • Read PDS status

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Powerstep 1 summary

Powerstep 1 Summary

  • Switch off PDS and JPD secondary USCM

  • Switch on all 28V DC/DC (PB2) in PDS

  • M-Crate List: power MPD, boot USCM, secondary USCM off, boot ASTE, enable qlist item

  • TTCE List: power TTPD, enable qlist item

  • UG List: power UGPD, boot USCM, secondary USCM off, configure UG, start UG task, enable qlist items

  • Enable heaters according to STANDBY condition

  • Read PDS status

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Powerstep 2 summary

Powerstep 2 Summary

  • ToF list: power on SPDs, enable qlist items, enable nodes in DAQ wishlist

  • TRD list: power on UPDs, load configuration files, enable qlist items, secondary JINFs off, enable nodes in DAQ wishlist

  • RICH list: power on ERPDs, load configuration files, enable qlist items, secondary JINFs off, enable nodes in DAQ wishlist

  • ECAL list: (power on ERPDs), load configuration files, enable qlist items, secondary JINFs off, enable nodes in DAQ wishlist

  • Read PDS status

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Powerstep 3 summary

Powerstep 3 Summary

  • Start Tracker Thermal interlock task

  • power on TPDs

  • Perform TPD DC/DC converter configuration procedure and load configuration files

  • enable qlist items

  • secondary JINFs off

  • enable nodes in DAQ wishlist

  • Enable heaters according to OPERATIONAL condition

  • Read PDS status

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Powerstep 4 summary

Powerstep 4 Summary

  • TOF list: load configuration files for high voltage

  • TRD list: start routine to ramp high voltage

  • RICH list: load configuration files for high voltage

  • ECAL list: load configuration files for high voltage

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Powerstep 5 summary

Powerstep 5 Summary

  • (Start Startracker DAQ)

  • (Switch off not used JINJs, JLV1 and JPD)

  • Enable DAQ qlist items for ECAL, Tracker

  • Set DAQ parameters

  • Set TAS Run parameters

  • Set Tracker secondstep calibration parameters

  • Start DAQ

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Powerstep 6 summary

Powerstep 6 Summary

  • Stop DAQ

  • Switch on all JMDC, JINJ, JLV1 and both JPD

  • All secondary JINF nodes on

  • All secondary USCM nodes on

  • Reset all errors in node table

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Powerstep 7 summary

Powerstep 7 Summary

  • Stop DAQ

  • Switch on all JMDC, JINJ, JLV1 and both JPD

  • Disable qlist items for S,U,T,R,E

  • Power off xPDs for S,U,T,R,E

  • Set JLV1 and JINJ nodes in DAQ wishlist

  • Enable heaters according to STANDBY condition

  • Read PDS status

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Rst xxxx cmd

rst_xxxx.cmd

  • Ends in OPERATIONAL condition (powerstep 0-5 command list previously executed) for JMDC

    • Execute cfg_xxxx.cmd

    • Configure and start JMDC tasks

    • Enable CQ-list items

    • Configure and start DAQ

  • Remark: Cannot be used to restore STANDBY condition for JMDC! After reloading JAP in STANDBY execute powerstep command lists 0 and 1.

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Prepared configuration command files

Prepared Configuration Command Files

Files updated March 3rd, 2011 to match new JAP

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Availability of current command files

Availability of Current Command Files

  • Local on pcposk0:/pocchome/jmdc/Startup_FM/

  • Web on http://ams.cern.ch/AMS/DAQ/ams02_cmds/

  • Directory summary

    /: startup files, configuration files, restore DAQ files

    /QLIST: command lists for every node, item numbers assigned in qlist.txt

    /NODES: node tables

    /GTSN: sensor tables

    /POWERSTEPS: powerstep command lists

  • Remarks:

    • filenames in these locations are extended for better description of contents… but for clearness can be changed to 8-byte name as in JMDC

    • All command parameters are available as readable textfiles now

    • Currently programs by X.Cai are used to make binaries

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Activation deactivation example procedure

Activation/Deactivation Example (Procedure)

  • All steps follow checklists maintained by M.Capell with more intermediate checks and actions

    AMS powered on PDS side A and JAP is loaded on JMDC-1

  • Execute cfg_BB00.cmd

  • Execute powerstep 0 and 1 (AMS is in STANDBY)

  • Execute powerstep 2, 3 and 4 (monitoring and detectors are on)

  • Execute powerstep 5 (DAQ operation)

    JAP gets reloaded

  • Execute rst_BB00.cmd (DAQ operation)

    After some time…

  • Execute powerstep 7 (AMS in STANDBY)

    Power off AMS

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List of other command files

List of Other Command Files

  • cceb_on: powers CCEB on and enables reading of CCBT

  • cceb_off: powers CCEB off and disables cq-list item

  • tas(t): TAS run command file (to be erased?)

  • tof_scan: File with 12 different ToF HV settings in preparation

  • ugx_vcls:TRD gas operation

    Additional files need to be prepared/verified for tomorrow?

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Plans

Plans

  • Currently command lists of powersteps and qlist items are based on individual input from subdetector groups, which should be reviewed and matched

  • Develop (GUI) editor program to allow reliable modification of files (to be tested on FS)

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