Difference between revisions of "UITF Meeting - January 3, 2020"

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I&C stuff, Cable pulls:
 
I&C stuff, Cable pulls:
 
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*We need a frequency generator to drive the laser intensity modulator at 1 MHz
We need a frequency generator to drive the laser intensity modulator at 1 MHz
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*We need a copy of the 1 MHz signal delivered to the lockin amplifier rack
We need a copy of the 1 MHz signal delivered to the lockin amplifier rack
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*Aperture/stepper motor control (three of these, two near HDIce and one at Chopper)
Aperture/stepper motor control (three of these, two near HDIce and one at Chopper)
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*Two viewers behind HDIce
Two viewers behind HDIce
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*New ADC card to read the SF6 pressure, per Scott Higgins’ request (the old XY566 ADC will be upgraded to a standard VMIc0979 board)
New ADC card to read the SF6 pressure, per Scott Higgins’ request (the old XY566 ADC will be upgraded to a standard VMIc0979 board)
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*Remote control of the pockel cell voltages, DAC wired to the EMCO HV bricks (we won’t use the fancy RTP driver that Caryn Palatchi has you building, not at UITF)
Remote control of the pockel cell voltages, DAC wired to the EMCO HV bricks (we won’t use the fancy RTP driver that Caryn Palatchi has you building, not at UITF)
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*Fibers (4?) from helicity board to the HDIce target
Fibers (4?) from helicity board to the HDIce target
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*Ethernet cable from halo counters to….?
Ethernet cable from halo counters to….?
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RF group:
 
RF group:
 
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*Buncher 748.5 MHz, and then 1497 MHz
Buncher 748.5 MHz, and then 1497 MHz
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*Heaters added to buncher, cabled and fed to 120 VAC box, Hansknecht’s controller
Heaters added to buncher, cabled and fed to 120 VAC box, Hansknecht’s controller
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*Get 1497 MHz buncher made, fine tuned to be resonant
Get 1497 MHz buncher made, fine tuned to be resonant
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*Buy 1497 MHz 400 W amp
Buy 1497 MHz 400 W amp
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*Yao cavity bunch length electronics, software
Yao cavity bunch length electronics, software
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Phil:
 
Phil:
 
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*Install 6” blank gasket with 5 mm hole for conductance limitation, in case we vent something, gives us time to close valves to protect the booster
Install 6” blank gasket with 5 mm hole for conductance limitation, in case we vent something, gives us time to close valves to protect the booster
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*Install manual valve on the elevated beamline, to make it easier to bake this line
Install manual valve on the elevated beamline, to make it easier to bake this line
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Software related:
 
Software related:
 
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*Halo counters, need software, right?
Halo counters, need software, right?
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*Some way to export Labview info to read via epics
Some way to export Labview info to read via epics
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*Raster magnets
Raster magnets
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*Stepper motor control apertures and chopper slit
Stepper motor control apertures and chopper slit
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*Pockel cell voltages via DAC
Pockel cell voltages via DAC
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Computer control:
 
Computer control:
 
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*Remote desktop to X computers inside Cave2
Remote desktop to X computers inside Cave2
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*Additional wall monitors?
Additional wall monitors?
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RadCon:
 
RadCon:
Shielding concerns, high current at dumps, proximity of HDIce electronics
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*Shielding concerns, high current at dumps, proximity of HDIce electronics

Revision as of 16:12, 3 January 2020

media:HDIce to do list 1_3_2020.docx

Additional FSD nodes, some/all will be maskable

  • Ragowski coil low current BPM, trip beam when position and current exceeds a value determined by Kevin's Labview program
  • Halo counters at the dump
  • Halo counters at upstream apertures
  • Decarad? Will be installed but perhaps not used as FSD
  • the dump magnet must be ON
  • Superconducting IBC magnets must be ON, other protection required by ERR committee?
  • Raster magnets must be ON
  • some sort of vacuum guage at dump and near target, can be another ion pump current I guess


I&C stuff, Cable pulls:

  • We need a frequency generator to drive the laser intensity modulator at 1 MHz
  • We need a copy of the 1 MHz signal delivered to the lockin amplifier rack
  • Aperture/stepper motor control (three of these, two near HDIce and one at Chopper)
  • Two viewers behind HDIce
  • New ADC card to read the SF6 pressure, per Scott Higgins’ request (the old XY566 ADC will be upgraded to a standard VMIc0979 board)
  • Remote control of the pockel cell voltages, DAC wired to the EMCO HV bricks (we won’t use the fancy RTP driver that Caryn Palatchi has you building, not at UITF)
  • Fibers (4?) from helicity board to the HDIce target
  • Ethernet cable from halo counters to….?

RF group:

  • Buncher 748.5 MHz, and then 1497 MHz
  • Heaters added to buncher, cabled and fed to 120 VAC box, Hansknecht’s controller
  • Get 1497 MHz buncher made, fine tuned to be resonant
  • Buy 1497 MHz 400 W amp
  • Yao cavity bunch length electronics, software

Phil:

  • Install 6” blank gasket with 5 mm hole for conductance limitation, in case we vent something, gives us time to close valves to protect the booster
  • Install manual valve on the elevated beamline, to make it easier to bake this line

Software related:

  • Halo counters, need software, right?
  • Some way to export Labview info to read via epics
  • Raster magnets
  • Stepper motor control apertures and chopper slit
  • Pockel cell voltages via DAC

Computer control:

  • Remote desktop to X computers inside Cave2
  • Additional wall monitors?

RadCon:

  • Shielding concerns, high current at dumps, proximity of HDIce electronics