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Setting the Spiral2 control system for the on- going commissioning. Outline. Introduction The Spiral2 project Control system deliverables Collaborations for the control system The Spiral2 control system Infrastructure Equipment configuration Sources and beam lines controls

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    1. Setting the Spiral2 control system for the on-goingcommissioning

    2. Outline • Introduction • The Spiral2 project • Control system deliverables • Collaborations for the control system • The Spiral2 control system • Infrastructure • Equipment configuration • Sources and beam lines controls • From RFQ to HEBT • GUIs environment • Software integration • And now ?

    3. Spiral2 : a new Rare Ion Beamfacility Z N DESIR experiment room S3 experiment room beam production & acceleration NFS experiment room

    4. Spiral2 :accelerator design NFS RFQ Linac S3 >1/3 >1/2 To RIB production To DESIR room Beamcharacteristics

    5. Spiral2 : building constructions … May 2011 October 2012 October 2014

    6. Spiral2 : ... alongwith the process installation RFQ LEBT1 Linac tunnel Cryomoduleswaiting for installation

    7. Spiral2 : andwhat about the control system ? Workproject for the PCD control room Racks installation & cabling VME chassisinstalledwaiting for the electricalswitch-on and checks

    8. Control system : ~70 man.years of collaboration (~8,5 FTW) HEBT BTI • Global coordination • Equipment interfaces : •  Power supplies •  Profilers, BLMs, BPMs • RF • Central services • High level applications • Databases • CSS distribution • SVN server Injectorcontrols  Ion source control  Deuteron source control Epics distribution & repository Equipment interfaces :  CFs, slits, ACCTs-DCCTs  TOF, FCT, CFR LLRF • Equipment interfaces : • Emittancemeters • BEMs • BTI

    9. Control system : deliverables • 10 Services • 35 Synoptics • 30 Tuning applications Central services GUIs Java/Xal GUIsEpics tools Channel Access • 10 Drivers • 20 IOCs IOC : VME (VxWorks) IOC : Linux I/O Modbus/TCP Power supplies PLCs RF amplifiers Profilers • ~1500 equipment

    10. Control system : sharedplatform • Common Spiral2 development platform (“topSp2”): • Provided and maintained by Irfu • Shared by the three labs • Spiral2 version of the EPICS environment (development, operation) • Rules and formalization • Interfaces between IOCs and GUIs • Files naming • Repository organization • For on-siteintegration • Development hosted on a shared SVN server @Ganil

    11. Infrastructure : central services E-logbook (commercial j5 product in use atGanil) Alarmshandling (in-house development sharedGanil/Spiral2) Archiving system (CSS)

    12. Infrastructure :equipment configuration principles GenIOC Software «Device configuration» database • Generates • substitutions • connections Geniocgeneration utility IOC Configuration Module APP Genautogeneration utility Module APP « PLC » Generates module APP GUI Developper module using VDCT • Add • Remove • Inhibit • Configure • Equipement Developper End user

    13. Infrastructure :equipment configuration phases Process • Standard device configuration •  Value for non Epics fields • Value for connections • Non Epics fields  IP, builder … • Connections  Modbus, VME … • PLC device configuration •  Displays • Conversion • Monitoring (adel, mdel) • Value for non Epics fields • PLC address … • Epics fields  State, Defect, Cmd … • Non Epics fields  IP, builder …

    14. Infrastructure : machine settings management Accelerator hierarchy description Lattice machine configuration database

    15. Sources and LEBTs : sources control Deuterons & LBE2/C : Used and validatedduring production tests @Saclay Ions & LBE1 : Differentfrom the @Grenoble control system  To betested

    16. Sources and LEBTs : integration of devices Power supplies Faraday Cups & ACCT-DCCT Slits Emittancemeters Slow chopper Profilers

    17. From RFQ to HEBT : Beam diagnostics Fast Faraday Cup Stream device (Agilent Oscilloscope) Time Of Flight Modbus-TCP & binary ADAS ICV 196 Beam Position Monitor Specific VME 64 hardware and software  In progress BeamLoss Monitor Cosylabdevelopment for VME Caen 1495  June 2015 Beam Extension Monitor NIM Multichannel Canberra Analyzer  Just starting

    18. From RFQ to HEBT : beam dump activation monitoring Implementation Objective EPS classifieddevice FMEA required I/Os LabviewcRIOdevice EPICs IOC Limitation of the Linacbeam dump activation CSS/BOY GUI

    19. GUIs :CSS/BOY use • CSS/BOY suite adapted for Spiral2 (Ganil) • Nb : former EDM screensdeveloppedat the beginningstillthere • Contexts : • CSSdev : development • CSSop : operation • Widgetlibrary • Available : • TOF / FCT-CFR interfaces, Emittance control & display, AES interface • Under development • BTI GUI, Machine synoptics • To bedevelopped • Interlocks, Beam pulse control, Beamlosses • And manyothers to come … RF supervisorycontrols (underevaluation)

    20. GUIs :CSSop CSSop • Operator control environment : CSSop • Implementation : • Perspectives limited to CSS runtime and data-browser • One unique workspace NFS mounted for all stations (Eclipse lock suppressed) • For operation : • No editing capability for no hazardous modifications • Light view : unused menus suppressed • One central and unique launcher for all applications : CSS, Java/XAL, EDM (+Ganil/Ada ones).

    21. GUIs :CSSopsynoptic CSSop :Synoptique view Alarms(java) Beamcharacteristics e-logbook(j5) Equipment (CSS) Tuning(java) Equipment Data Browser (CSS) Synoptic Launcher

    22. GUIs :CSS widgetlibrary CSSop :Synoptique view Optional displays Alignment Font size Rotation

    23. GUIs :CSSdev CSSdev • Development environment : CSSdev • SPIRAL2 accelerator widget library • SPIRAL2 OPI templates automatically added in user’s workspace : • Beam characteristics header • Launcher • Pydev added • SVN access added … • Common icons and pictures • Graphical common usage template • CSSdev & CSSopdistribs’ link : • https://u.ganil-spiral2.eu/csssp2/

    24. GUIs : highlevel applications • Environment • Java programmation • DerivedfromXAL framework (SNS) • Available • Parameter management • Optimization • Emittance limitation • Beamanalysis • Hook • Beamprofilers display • Under development • Power raise • To bedevelopped • Cavitytuning • MPS Emittance limitation (tested @Saclay) Optimization (tested @Saclay) Cavitytuning (simulation mode) Power raise (graphical design)

    25. Integration : work flow work flow diagram • Evolution type ? • IOC • Module • Equipment conf. • Integrationmechanism • Coherency check between • Software deliveries (through SVN) • Conventions & rules • genIOCenvironment • Control system evolutions • Identified items : • topSp2 repositories • Modules • Equipment • Alarms • CSS GUIs • Java applications • Operation & maintenance modes • Procedures • Software tools & utilities Switch to maintenance mode IOC or module creation /modification Equipment configuration Functionnal tests Switch to operation mode

    26. Conclusion : and now ? Linac + HEBT 09/2015 Sources + LEBTx 12/2014 RFQ + MEBT 05/2015 • Control system • Software : • Infrastructure : ~ready for use • Integration of externaldevelopments on Ganil site : in progress • Testing & commissioning • Sources & LEBTs : • Prior to software : installation, cabling and wiring tests • Control system tests possible whenequipmentdeclaredavailable • From RFQ to HEBT :~ expect to provide basic functionalities • Knowledgetransfer : ? Spiral2 project Ganil Accelerator Division Operation Technical groups  Control group

    27. Thanks for your attention ! Denis J.F.,Gougnaud F., Lussignol Y.(Gournay J.F.) Deroy J.C, Gillette P.,Haquin C., Lécorché E., Lemaître E., Normand G., Patard C.H., Philippe L.,Rozé J.F., Touchard D. (Duneau P., Lermine P., Loyant J.M.) Graehling P., Hosselet J., Maazouzi C.