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    • This is the script to control the power supplies, arduino, and to configure the atlys board. It has full control over them except for pressing the physical power buttons.
    • Flip the switch on the HP power supply (should supply 5V to Atlys board), flip the power switch on the Atlys board (between the power cable and the hdmi input)
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    • python Console.py
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    • Turn on whatever Environmental Controls you plan to run.

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    • python Console.py
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    • When the temperature and humidity are at the desired level power on the DAQload (enter power_on). This sets the LV to 1.6V and LVDS to 4.5V
 
  1. Interface with DAQload
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      • in root run SCTDAQ script ( .x Stavelet.cpp ).

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    • This is the script to control the power supplies, arduino, and to configure the atlys board. It has full control over them except for pressing the physical power buttons.
    • Flip the switch on the HP power supply (should supply 5V to Atlys board), flip the power switch on the Atlys board (between the power cable and the hdmi input)
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Step by Step Guide to Software (DAQload)

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    • switch to superuser (enter su then when prompted enter password).
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Hardware Setup (Hybrid Panel)

These are documented here Hybrid_Panel_DAQ.pdf

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This is connected to the SLVS Buffer board that was sent from Liverpool. This board connects to either the panel or to the module. It is powered from the Keysight power supply with +4.5V

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The panel power breakout board allows you to power each individual hybrid by attaching only the required wire. It is connected as shown, powering the seventh hybrid on the panel. This is the Keysight LV +1.5V connection.

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The Keithley power supply provides the high voltage. The HV cable should be plugged in and connected to the chamber.

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Atlys Board

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The Atlys board has two cables connected to the laptop. One through microUSB and the other is an ethernet that then connects to a USB. The power cable should be connected to the HP power supply and have a voltage of +5V. The large colorful set of wires is the data from the DAQload and is the only cable that goes between the Atlys board and the testing chamber.

Atlys_Power_Supply.png

Step by Step Guide to Software

  The Setup takes 3 different terminal windows. One of which needs to be run as the superuser
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 The Setup takes 3 different terminal windows. One of which needs to be run as the superuser
  1. You need the correct configuration files for the equipment you are testing. If you have a new .det file place it in ~/ITk/itsdaq-sw/sctvar/config/
    • The st_system_config.dat file will need to be updated as well. It will have multiple similar lines starting with the word Module, some of which are commented out. Make sure that only one line is not commented, and that that is the line that corresponds to the module you are testing.
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  1. Setup Temperature and Humidity sensor.
    • In first terminal window cd ~/Desktop/Haugen
    • run the program Read_Serial.py (enter python Read_Serial.py )
      • If an error message is returned about not having permission to access serial port you need to change the permissions on the serial port (enter sudo chmod 666 /dev/ttyACM0 ).
      • Enter the password for current user.
      • Now run Read_Serial.py again and there should be no problem.
    • Turn on whatever Environmental Controls you plan to run.
 
  1. Open HSIO channel
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    • In second terminal window cd ~/ITk/itsdaq-sw/
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    • In first terminal window cd ~/ITk/itsdaq-sw/
 
    • switch to superuser (enter su then when prompted enter password).
    • mkfifo /tmp/fromHsio
    • mkfifo /tmp/toHsio
    • enter $SCTDAQ_ROOT/bin/hsioPipe --debug --eth eth1,e0:dd:cc:bb:aa:00 --file /tmp/hsioPipe.toHsio,/tmp/hsioPipe.fromHsio
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  1. Setup the Atlys board.
    • Turn on HP power source, should be set to 5V.
    • Turn on Atlys board (flip the switch next to the power cable connection to the board).
    • In third terminal window cd ~/Desktop/
    • enter source setup.sh
  2. Power the DAQload from the Keysight Power Supply.
    • Turn on power supply.
    • Press the recall button twice, this should put the 5V (connected to LV) output at 1.5V and the 25V (connected to LVDS) output at 4.2
    • In final terminal window cd ~/ITk/itsdaq-sw/
    • open root.
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  1. Run the Console.py script
    • This is the script to control the power supplies, arduino, and to configure the atlys board. It has full control over them except for pressing the physical power buttons.
    • Flip the switch on the HP power supply (should supply 5V to Atlys board), flip the power switch on the Atlys board (between the power cable and the hdmi input)
    • Press the power button on both the KEITHLEY and KEYSIGHT power supplies so that they are turned on.
    • In second terminal window cd ~/Desktop/Haugen/New_Scripts/
    • python Console.py
    • configure the Atlys board (enter start_atlys)
    • Turn on whatever Environmental Controls you plan to run.
    • enter read_arduino into the console to read the arduino readings (press Ctrl+C to stop)
    • When the temperature and humidity are at the desired level power on the DAQload (enter power_on). This sets the LV to 1.5V and LVDS to 4.2V
  2. Interface with DAQload
    • open root in third terminal window from ~/ITk/itsdaq-sw/
 
      • in root run SCTDAQ script ( .x Stavelet.cpp ).
      • when prompted for a name enter any 4 character string, then press 1 to confirm.
      • Two GUI windows should have just opened, use these to communicate with the DAQload.
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      • If the HCC Address is returned as 31 then there is no connection between the DAQ and DAQload.
      • If the HCC Address is correct but the Chip ID is incorrect, type in the command line e->ConfigureVariable(50,2) This will change the phase between the signals and often allows capture of Chip ID
  1. Ramp up the High Voltage.
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    • Back in the python console run either of the following options:
      • ramp_hv -v -400 -s 10 -t 10 this would ramp the high voltage to -400 Volts in steps of 10 Volts with a 10 second delay between steps (change the values of the arguements as desired).
      • iv_scan -v -400 -s 10 -t 10 this would do the same process but save the voltage and current readings to a data file (and plot the IV curve)
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  1. You need the correct configuration files for the equipment you are testing. If you have a new .det file place it in ~/ITk/itsdaq-sw/sctvar/config/
    • The st_system_config.dat file will need to be updated as well. It will have multiple similar lines starting with the word Module, some of which are commented out. Make sure that only one line is not commented, and that that is the line that corresponds to the module you are testing.
 
  1. Setup Temperature and Humidity sensor.
    • In first terminal window cd ~/Desktop/Haugen
    • run the program Read_Serial.py (enter python Read_Serial.py )
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      • Now run Read_Serial.py again and there should be no problem.
    • Turn on whatever Environmental Controls you plan to run.
  1. Open HSIO channel
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    • In second terminal window cd ~/ITk/itsdaq-sw/
 
    • switch to superuser (enter su then when prompted enter password).
    • mkfifo /tmp/fromHsio
    • mkfifo /tmp/toHsio
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  1. Power the DAQload from the Keysight Power Supply.
    • Turn on power supply.
    • Press the recall button twice, this should put the 5V (connected to LV) output at 1.5V and the 25V (connected to LVDS) output at 4.2
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    • In final terminal window cd ~/ITk/itsdaq-sw/
 
    • open root.
      • in root run SCTDAQ script ( .x Stavelet.cpp ).
      • when prompted for a name enter any 4 character string, then press 1 to confirm.

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Step by Step Guide

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  1. Setup Temperature and Humidity sensor.
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  1. Setup Temperature and Humidity sensor.
 
    • In first terminal window cd ~/Desktop/Haugen
    • run the program Read_Serial.py (enter python Read_Serial.py )
      • If an error message is returned about not having permission to access serial port you need to change the permissions on the serial port (enter sudo chmod 666 /dev/ttyACM0 ).
      • Enter the password for current user.
      • Now run Read_Serial.py again and there should be no problem.
    • Turn on whatever Environmental Controls you plan to run.
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  1. Open HSIO channel
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  1. Open HSIO channel
 
    • In second terminal window cd ~/ITK/itsdaq-sw/
    • switch to superuser (enter su then when prompted enter password).
    • mkfifo /tmp/fromHsio
    • mkfifo /tmp/toHsio
    • enter $SCTDAQ_ROOT/bin/hsioPipe --debug --eth eth1,e0:dd:cc:bb:aa:00 --file /tmp/hsioPipe.toHsio,/tmp/hsioPipe.fromHsio
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  1. Setup the Atlys board.
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  1. Setup the Atlys board.
 
    • Turn on HP power source, should be set to 5V.
    • Turn on Atlys board (flip the switch next to the power cable connection to the board).
    • In third terminal window cd ~/Desktop/
    • enter source setup.sh
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  1. Power the DAQload from the Keysight Power Supply.
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  1. Power the DAQload from the Keysight Power Supply.
 
    • Turn on power supply.
    • Press the recall button twice, this should put the 5V (connected to LV) output at 1.5V and the 25V (connected to LVDS) output at 4.2
    • In final terminal window cd ~/ITK/itsdaq-sw/
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      • in root run SCTDAQ script ( .x Stavelet.cpp ).
      • when prompted for a name enter any 4 character string, then press 1 to confirm.
      • Two GUI windows should have just opened, use these to communicate with the DAQload.
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  1. All Communication with the DAQload happens through the GUI or the root command line
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  1. All Communication with the DAQload happens through the GUI or the root command line
 
    • From the Capture drop down menu capture the HCC Address then capture the Chip ID.
      • If the HCC Address is returned as 31 then there is no connection between the DAQ and DAQload.
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      • If the HCC Address is correct but the Chip ID is incorrect, type in the command line e->ConfigureVariable(50,2) This will change the phase between the signals and often allows capture of Chip ID
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      • If the HCC Address is correct but the Chip ID is incorrect, type in the command line e->ConfigureVariable(50,2) This will change the phase between the signals and often allows capture of Chip ID
  1. Ramp up the High Voltage.
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    • Turn on Atlys board (flip the switch next to the power cable connection to the board).
    • In third terminal window cd ~/Desktop/
    • enter source setup.sh
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  1. Power the DAQload Power supply next to Atlys board
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  1. Power the DAQload from the Keysight Power Supply.
 
    • Turn on power supply.
    • Press the recall button twice, this should put the 5V (connected to LV) output at 1.5V and the 25V (connected to LVDS) output at 4.2
    • In final terminal window cd ~/ITK/itsdaq-sw/
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      • in root run SCTDAQ script ( .x Stavelet.cpp ).
      • when prompted for a name enter any 4 character string, then press 1 to confirm.
      • Two GUI windows should have just opened, use these to communicate with the DAQload.
Added:
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  1. All Communication with the DAQload happens through the GUI or the root command line
    • From the Capture drop down menu capture the HCC Address then capture the Chip ID.
      • If the HCC Address is returned as 31 then there is no connection between the DAQ and DAQload.
      • If the HCC Address is correct but the Chip ID is incorrect, type in the command line e->ConfigureVariable(50,2) This will change the phase between the signals and often allows capture of Chip ID
  Article text.

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Added:
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LBL DAQ setup

The DAQ system at LBL is the same design as other institutions, so the documentation on the ATLAS TWiki should be a helpful reference as well.

Step by Step Guide

The Setup takes 3 different terminal windows. One of which needs to be run as the superuser

  1. Setup Temperature and Humidity sensor.
    • In first terminal window cd ~/Desktop/Haugen
    • run the program Read_Serial.py (enter python Read_Serial.py )
      • If an error message is returned about not having permission to access serial port you need to change the permissions on the serial port (enter sudo chmod 666 /dev/ttyACM0 ).
      • Enter the password for current user.
      • Now run Read_Serial.py again and there should be no problem.
    • Turn on whatever Environmental Controls you plan to run.
  2. Open HSIO channel
    • In second terminal window cd ~/ITK/itsdaq-sw/
    • switch to superuser (enter su then when prompted enter password).
    • mkfifo /tmp/fromHsio
    • mkfifo /tmp/toHsio
    • enter $SCTDAQ_ROOT/bin/hsioPipe --debug --eth eth1,e0:dd:cc:bb:aa:00 --file /tmp/hsioPipe.toHsio,/tmp/hsioPipe.fromHsio
  3. Setup the Atlys board.
    • Turn on HP power source, should be set to 5V.
    • Turn on Atlys board (flip the switch next to the power cable connection to the board).
    • In third terminal window cd ~/Desktop/
    • enter source setup.sh
  4. Power the DAQload Power supply next to Atlys board
    • Turn on power supply.
    • Press the recall button twice, this should put the 5V (connected to LV) output at 1.5V and the 25V (connected to LVDS) output at 4.2
    • In final terminal window cd ~/ITK/itsdaq-sw/
    • open root.
      • in root run SCTDAQ script ( .x Stavelet.cpp ).
      • when prompted for a name enter any 4 character string, then press 1 to confirm.
      • Two GUI windows should have just opened, use these to communicate with the DAQload.

Article text.

-- Tom-Erik Haugen - 2016-10-12

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