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PACS IBDR. Integration, Qualification and Testing. Reinhard Katterloher. Instrument AIV and Testing. Qualification of Units is verified by the individual manufacturers before delivery to MPE, see verification matrix (left), delivery reviews will be held

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Pacs ibdr


Integration, Qualification and Testing

  • Reinhard Katterloher


Instrument aiv and testing
Instrument AIV and Testing

  • Qualification of Units is verified by the individual manufacturers before delivery to MPE,see verification matrix (left),delivery reviews will be held

  • PACS Instrument Integration and Testing starts at delivery of Units, acceptance is based on ADP and Incoming Inspection Plan

  • Verification of PACS instrument performance is done by MPE and is based on Instrument Level Tests (ILTs) according to PACS-ME-PL-012; Test flow and schedules are provided

  • AIV program and flow charts are explained in PACS-ME-PL-018


Overall configuration of ilt set up during avm cqm fm fs
Overall Configuration of ILT Set-up during AVM+CQM, FM, FS


Compatibility of cqm avm test program with test time limitation
Compatibility of CQM+AVM Test Program with Test Time Limitation

  • Full CQM calibration program could be carried out in principle

  • CQM schedule is tight because start date is dictated by late delivery of BOL unit/subunit and fixed delivery date of AVM and CQM to ESA

  • Proposed 20 % shortening of CQM test program compared to PFM program is achieved by reducing the test parameter space for certain test articles

  • results in less information concerning calibration, e.g., linearity, sensitivity, sample points in calibration curves etc.

  • keeps full information on design verification, e.g., search for ghosts in the FPU spectrometer section etc.

  • maintains the chance of not missing a last feed-back to a PFM improvement