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Shift Duties - MuSun Run 3

Overview

The primary responsibility of the shift crew is to maintain safe experimental conditions and take efficient and high quality data.
The shift crew can leave the experimental barrack temporarily.

Main routine tasks:

  • Familiarize yourself with the manuals.
    The latest version is maintained in electronic form (user musun, standard musun password) . Caution, not all parts are updated. The old MuCap pdf manual is posted here.
  • Read the recent elogs and the ShiftCheckList_Run3.xls on zurban.
  • Follow measurement plan (verbal, white board or from log book)
  • Make sure that DAQ is running. This is monitored on the MidasWebpage .
  • Make sure that when runs are manually started, all the information on the info page is correctly updated.

Main monitoring tasks:

In addition to the MIDAS status page you should monitor the experimental equipment.You must do more than look at every item listed here throughout the shift. Read the numbers and think about them. Do the graphs and values make sense? We keep the checklist so you have a reference for what the numbers should be. If you don't know what a number should be or what a plot should look like, ask someone!

  • Monitor cryo TPC and CHUPS, it is essential for the safe operation of the experiment. Instructions
  • observe online display (section 2.2 in Manual).
  • observe trend plots. Rates, kicker extinction, exp. fits, DAQ lifetime are good indicators of stability vs. troubles.
  • check HV and currents of chambers [zurban desktop:1]
  • observe VisualScalers
  • observe separator HV, [zurban desktop: 3].
  • make sure that the alarm monitor is running, get help if it is not.
  • Once per shift fill out the checklist on zurban:/home/l_data/Desktop/Checklists, see desktop:5 on zurban
  • Shift Report : Each shift should have a log with notes about what happened during the shift. Significant changes or happenings should get their own elog entry. For an example, see elog:run3/575
  • The RunDatabase is on dolphin. By clicking on the run number a specific run can be edited.
    • Flag the run quality as 'N' if there is reason to believe the run is bad.
    • Add any special short comment in the comment box.
  • The wire chamber gas flow is monitored as part of the check list. There must always be pressure in the ePC gas bottle to guarantee gas flow and safe ePC operating conditions.

Usual procedures:

  • Setting changing beam polarity
    • General instructions are in section 5.7 of Manual.
    • For up-to-date instructions search the elog. As of 11/6/2010 the latest is elog:596
  • Moving chambers:
    • Turn off HV, coordinate with chamber experts
  • Area access (Michael)

Usual trouble procedures:

  • DAQ troubles (see section 4 of Manual).If it get's too serious call Volodya (4917).
  • Beam troubles
    • see section 3.4.20 of Manual.
    • Recently, SEP was unstable, readjust by hand (elog:626)
  • ePC troubles
    • in case of major issues and ramping call Michael, Peter (see elog:1 for tel)
    • conc wire masking see section 5.10.41 in Manual.
  • Other troubles
    • Often a search in the run elog might find a similar situation with advice.

Emergency procedures ( PeterW please check).

  • Cryo or Chups alarm or serious disturbance: call Marat 4667, 4930, +7-921-326-60-40.
  • Chamber or hydrogen gas alarm
    • Procedure: Call Marat, Michael (4924) and/or Peter (4998)
    • Turn off all chambers in electronic barrack (switch off).
    • Turn off main TPC HV.
    • Check wire chamber bubbler. If bubbling stopped, turn off ePC gas bottle. Turn main bottle valve clockwise to close.
  • Alarm interlock system
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Shift Duties - MuSun Run 3 DRAFT

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Shift Duties - MuSun Run 3

 

Overview

The primary responsibility of the shift crew is to maintain safe experimental conditions and take efficient and high quality data.
The shift crew can leave the experimental barrack temporarily.

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Main monitoring tasks:

In addition to the MIDAS status page you should monitor the experimental equipment.You must do more than look at every item listed here throughout the shift. Read the numbers and think about them. Do the graphs and values make sense? We keep the checklist so you have a reference for what the numbers should be. If you don't know what a number should be or what a plot should look like, ask someone!

Changed:
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  • Monitor cryo TPC and CHUPS, it is essential for the safe operation of the experiment. Instructions
>
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  • Monitor cryo TPC and CHUPS, it is essential for the safe operation of the experiment. Instructions
 
  • observe online display (section 2.2 in Manual).
  • observe trend plots. Rates, kicker extinction, exp. fits, DAQ lifetime are good indicators of stability vs. troubles.
  • check HV and currents of chambers [zurban desktop:1]

Revision 82010-11-09 - PeterKammel

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Shift Duties - MuSun Run 3 DRAFT

Overview

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    • Turn off all chambers in electronic barrack (switch off).
    • Turn off main TPC HV.
    • Check wire chamber bubbler. If bubbling stopped, turn off ePC gas bottle. Turn main bottle valve clockwise to close.
Added:
>
>
  • Alarm interlock system
 
Added:
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    • Additional info about alarm signals
    • Software
    • [data@snake gas-alarm]$ more recipients_list
      peter.winter@psi.ch
      pkammel@uw.edu
      mhmurray@uw.edu
      00563104786@psisms.psi.ch
      00563104667@psisms.psi.ch
      00563103666@psisms.psi.ch
      00563104924@psisms.psi.ch
      00563105997@psisms.psi.ch

Revision 72010-11-07 - PeterKammel

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Shift Duties - MuSun Run 3 DRAFT

Overview

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    • Recently, SEP was unstable, readjust by hand (elog:626)
  • ePC troubles
    • in case of major issues and ramping call Michael, Peter (see elog:1 for tel)
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<
    • see section of 5.10.41 in Manual.
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    • conc wire masking see section 5.10.41 in Manual.
 
  • Other troubles
    • Often a search in the run elog might find a similar situation with advice.

Revision 62010-11-07 - PeterKammel

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Shift Duties - MuSun Run 3 DRAFT

Overview

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  • Read the recent elogs and the ShiftCheckList_Run3.xls on zurban.
  • Follow measurement plan (verbal, white board or from log book)
  • Make sure that DAQ is running. This is monitored on the MidasWebpage .
Changed:
<
<
  • Make sure that when runs are manually started, all the information on the info page is correctly updated
>
>
  • Make sure that when runs are manually started, all the information on the info page is correctly updated.
 

Main monitoring tasks:

In addition to the MIDAS status page you should monitor the experimental equipment.You must do more than look at every item listed here throughout the shift. Read the numbers and think about them. Do the graphs and values make sense? We keep the checklist so you have a reference for what the numbers should be. If you don't know what a number should be or what a plot should look like, ask someone!

Changed:
<
<
  • Monitor cryo TPC and CHUPS, it is essential for the safe operation of the experiment.
>
>
  • Monitor cryo TPC and CHUPS, it is essential for the safe operation of the experiment. Instructions
 
  • observe online display (section 2.2 in Manual).
Added:
>
>
  • observe trend plots. Rates, kicker extinction, exp. fits, DAQ lifetime are good indicators of stability vs. troubles.
 
  • check HV and currents of chambers [zurban desktop:1]
  • observe VisualScalers
  • observe separator HV, [zurban desktop: 3].
Added:
>
>
  • make sure that the alarm monitor is running, get help if it is not.
 
  • Once per shift fill out the checklist on zurban:/home/l_data/Desktop/Checklists, see desktop:5 on zurban
  • Shift Report : Each shift should have a log with notes about what happened during the shift. Significant changes or happenings should get their own elog entry. For an example, see elog:run3/575
  • The RunDatabase is on dolphin. By clicking on the run number a specific run can be edited.
    • Flag the run quality as 'N' if there is reason to believe the run is bad.
    • Add any special short comment in the comment box.
Added:
>
>
  • The wire chamber gas flow is monitored as part of the check list. There must always be pressure in the ePC gas bottle to guarantee gas flow and safe ePC operating conditions.
 

Usual procedures:

  • Setting changing beam polarity
Changed:
<
<
    • General instructions are in section 5.7 of
    • For up-to-date instructions search the elog. As of 11/6/2010 the latest is [[http://www.npl.illinois.edu/elog/musun/run3/596]elog:596]]
>
>
    • General instructions are in section 5.7 of Manual.
    • For up-to-date instructions search the elog. As of 11/6/2010 the latest is elog:596
 
  • Moving chambers:
    • Turn off HV, coordinate with chamber experts
  • Area access (Michael)

Usual trouble procedures:

Changed:
<
<
  • DAQ troubles(see section 4 of Manual
>
>
  • DAQ troubles (see section 4 of Manual).If it get's too serious call Volodya (4917).
 
  • Beam troubles
Changed:
<
<
>
>
    • see section 3.4.20 of Manual.
 
    • Recently, SEP was unstable, readjust by hand (elog:626)
  • ePC troubles
    • in case of major issues and ramping call Michael, Peter (see elog:1 for tel)
Line: 45 to 48
 
  • Other troubles
    • Often a search in the run elog might find a similar situation with advice.
Changed:
<
<

Emergency procedures (Michael update and reference to relevant elog, PeterW please check).

>
>

Emergency procedures ( PeterW please check).

 
  • Cryo or Chups alarm or serious disturbance: call Marat 4667, 4930, +7-921-326-60-40.
  • Chamber or hydrogen gas alarm
Changed:
<
<
    • Procedure
    • Call Michael() or Peter ()
  • Description of safety interlock system
>
>
    • Procedure: Call Marat, Michael (4924) and/or Peter (4998)
    • Turn off all chambers in electronic barrack (switch off).
    • Turn off main TPC HV.
    • Check wire chamber bubbler. If bubbling stopped, turn off ePC gas bottle. Turn main bottle valve clockwise to close.
  • Description of safety interlock system

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Shift Duties - MuSun Run 3 DRAFT

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Shift Duties - MuSun Run 3 DRAFT

 

Overview

Changed:
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The primary responsibility of the shift crew is to maintain safe experimental conditions and take efficient and high quality data.
The shift crew can leave the experimental barrack temporarely.
>
>
The primary responsibility of the shift crew is to maintain safe experimental conditions and take efficient and high quality data.
The shift crew can leave the experimental barrack temporarily.
 

Main routine tasks:

Changed:
<
<
  • Familiarize yourself with the manuals.
    The latest version is maintained in electronic form. Caution, not all parts are updated. The old MuCap pdf manual is posted here.
>
>
  • Familiarize yourself with the manuals.
    The latest version is maintained in electronic form (user musun, standard musun password) . Caution, not all parts are updated. The old MuCap pdf manual is posted here.
 
  • Read the recent elogs and the ShiftCheckList_Run3.xls on zurban.
  • Follow measurement plan (verbal, white board or from log book)
Changed:
<
<
>
>
  • Make sure that DAQ is running. This is monitored on the MidasWebpage .
 
  • Make sure that when runs are manually started, all the information on the info page is correctly updated

Main monitoring tasks:

Changed:
<
<
In addition to the MIDAS status page you should monitor the experimental equipment.
>
>
In addition to the MIDAS status page you should monitor the experimental equipment.You must do more than look at every item listed here throughout the shift. Read the numbers and think about them. Do the graphs and values make sense? We keep the checklist so you have a reference for what the numbers should be. If you don't know what a number should be or what a plot should look like, ask someone!
 
  • Monitor cryo TPC and CHUPS, it is essential for the safe operation of the experiment.
Changed:
<
<
  • Once per shift fill out the checklist on zurban:/home/l_data/Desktop/Checklists, see desktop:5 on zurban.
  • observe online display (section 2.2 in Manual).
>
>
  • observe online display (section 2.2 in Manual).
 
  • check HV and currents of chambers [zurban desktop:1]
Changed:
<
<
  • observe visual scalers
scaler label function
1 proton current Proton accelerator beam current in nA
2 & 3 unused Some are connected but uninteresting
4 Forced trigger Forced trigger start signals for TPC WFDs
5 - 7 unused Some are connected but uninteresting
8 muSCa Veto halo counter used to collimate after the muSC
9 muSC "mu" Hits above the threshold for muons in muSC
10 muSC "e" muSC above electron thresh. Note that this is #Muons + #electrons
11 DAQ deadtime Fraction of time spend not taking data
12 1kHz counter Counts from 0 to 10000 at 1kHz. Use this to normalize the other scalers
>
>
 
  • observe separator HV, [zurban desktop: 3].
Changed:
<
<
  • Logbook entries:
    • Report
      • significant changes and observations (make extra new elog entry)
      • at the end of a shift, the shift leader has to write a brief summary, e.g. shift goals, good runs and special
        shift events. (Category General / Type Shift Summary)
    • The shift run summary is on http://cheetah/musun/ by clicking on the runnumber a specific run can be edited.
      • Flag the run quality as "bad" if there is reason to believe the run is bad.
>
>
  • Once per shift fill out the checklist on zurban:/home/l_data/Desktop/Checklists, see desktop:5 on zurban
  • Shift Report : Each shift should have a log with notes about what happened during the shift. Significant changes or happenings should get their own elog entry. For an example, see elog:run3/575
  • The RunDatabase is on dolphin. By clicking on the run number a specific run can be edited.
    • Flag the run quality as 'N' if there is reason to believe the run is bad.
 
      • Add any special short comment in the comment box.
Deleted:
<
<
      • update the information (reload the browser window to see the updated info)
 

Usual procedures:

  • Setting changing beam polarity
    • General instructions are in section 5.7 of

Revision 42010-11-07 - PeterKammel

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META TOPICPARENT name="MuSunGroup"

Shift Duties - MuSun Run 3 DRAFT

Overview

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  • check HV and currents of chambers [zurban desktop:1]
  • observe visual scalers
scaler label function
Changed:
<
<
1 proton current Proton accelerator beam current in uA
>
>
1 proton current Proton accelerator beam current in nA
 
2 & 3 unused Some are connected but uninteresting
4 Forced trigger Forced trigger start signals for TPC WFDs
5 - 7 unused Some are connected but uninteresting

Revision 32010-11-06 - PeterKammel

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META TOPICPARENT name="MuSunGroup"

Shift Duties - MuSun Run 3 DRAFT

Overview

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 The primary responsibility of the shift crew is to maintain safe experimental conditions and take efficient and high quality data.
The shift crew can leave the experimental barrack temporarely.

Main routine tasks:

Changed:
<
<
  • Familiarize yourself with the manuals (links here)
  • Read the recent elogs and the <nop>ShiftCheckList_R un3.xls (where).
>
>
  • Familiarize yourself with the manuals.
    The latest version is maintained in electronic form. Caution, not all parts are updated. The old MuCap pdf manual is posted here.
  • Read the recent elogs and the ShiftCheckList_Run3.xls on zurban.
 
  • Follow measurement plan (verbal, white board or from log book)
Changed:
<
<
>
>
 
  • Make sure that when runs are manually started, all the information on the info page is correctly updated

Main monitoring tasks:

Changed:
<
<
In addition to the MIDAS status page you should monitor the experimental equipment via
  • monitor cryo TPC and CHUPS, it is essential for the safe operation of the experiment.
    • Basic Monitoring
      • cold head ~31K
    • Advanced documentation (insert link)
>
>
In addition to the MIDAS status page you should monitor the experimental equipment.
  • Monitor cryo TPC and CHUPS, it is essential for the safe operation of the experiment.
 
  • Once per shift fill out the checklist on zurban:/home/l_data/Desktop/Checklists, see desktop:5 on zurban.
Changed:
<
<
  • observe online display:
    • Main spectra:
  • check HV and currents of chambers (Zurban desktop:1)
>
>
  • observe online display (section 2.2 in Manual).
  • check HV and currents of chambers [zurban desktop:1]
 
  • observe visual scalers
scaler label function
1 proton current Proton accelerator beam current in uA
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11 DAQ deadtime Fraction of time spend not taking data
12 1kHz counter Counts from 0 to 10000 at 1kHz. Use this to normalize the other scalers
Changed:
<
<
  • observe separator HV, zurban desktop: 3
>
>
  • observe separator HV, [zurban desktop: 3].
 
  • Logbook entries:
Changed:
<
<
    • the main logbook is the elog. Report there
>
>
    • Report
 
      • significant changes and observations (make extra new elog entry)
      • at the end of a shift, the shift leader has to write a brief summary, e.g. shift goals, good runs and special
        shift events. (Category General / Type Shift Summary)
Changed:
<
<
    • The shift run summary is on http://cheetah/mucap/ by clicking on the runnumber a specific run can be edited (the usual PW).
>
>
    • The shift run summary is on http://cheetah/musun/ by clicking on the runnumber a specific run can be edited.
 
      • Flag the run quality as "bad" if there is reason to believe the run is bad.
      • Add any special short comment in the comment box.
      • update the information (reload the browser window to see the updated info)
Added:
>
>

Usual procedures:

  • Setting changing beam polarity
    • General instructions are in section 5.7 of
    • For up-to-date instructions search the elog. As of 11/6/2010 the latest is [[http://www.npl.illinois.edu/elog/musun/run3/596]elog:596]]
  • Moving chambers:
    • Turn off HV, coordinate with chamber experts
  • Area access (Michael)
 

Usual trouble procedures:

Changed:
<
<
  • DAQ troubles
  • Beam troubles:
    • First check visual scaler
    • If muSC is low, check separator, beamline
    • Recently, SEP was unstable, readjust by hand (elog:626)
>
>
  • DAQ troubles(see section 4 of Manual
  • Beam troubles
    • see section 3 of Manual).
    • Recently, SEP was unstable, readjust by hand (elog:626)
 
  • ePC troubles
Changed:
<
<

Emergency procedures:

  • Gas alarm: follow instructions:
  • hydrogen alarm: call Marat
  • CHUPS troubles: call Marat
  • DAQ problems
    • follow instructions: DAQ disaster recovery manual - not ready yet
    • call DAQ emergency number 5883 (Brendan, Fred)
  • ePC troubles: call Peter, Brendan, Genna
  • eSC troubles: call Brendan, Peter, Fred, Bernhard
  • mPC1 troubles: call Genna, Volodya
  • magnet/slow control: call Bernhard - pump problems : Mr Voegli call 3497 quad-magnet: Mr Thomas Scherer call 5934
>
>
    • in case of major issues and ramping call Michael, Peter (see elog:1 for tel)
    • see section of 5.10.41 in Manual.
  • Other troubles
    • Often a search in the run elog might find a similar situation with advice.

Emergency procedures (Michael update and reference to relevant elog, PeterW please check).

  • Cryo or Chups alarm or serious disturbance: call Marat 4667, 4930, +7-921-326-60-40.
  • Chamber or hydrogen gas alarm
    • Procedure
    • Call Michael() or Peter ()
  • Description of safety interlock system

Revision 22010-11-06 - MichaelMurray

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META TOPICPARENT name="MuSunGroup"

Shift Duties - MuSun Run 3 DRAFT

Overview

Changed:
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<
The primary responsibility of the shift crew is to maintain safe experimental conditions and take efficient and high quality data.
The shift crew can leave the experimental barack temporarely.
>
>
The primary responsibility of the shift crew is to maintain safe experimental conditions and take efficient and high quality data.
The shift crew can leave the experimental barrack temporarely.
 

Main routine tasks:

  • Familiarize yourself with the manuals (links here)
Changed:
<
<
>
>
  • Read the recent elogs and the <nop>ShiftCheckList_R un3.xls (where).
 
  • Follow measurement plan (verbal, white board or from log book)
  • Make sure that DAQ s running. This is monitored on the Midas Webpage.
  • Make sure that when runs are manually started, all the information on the info page is correctly updated
Line: 24 to 24
 
    • Main spectra:
  • check HV and currents of chambers (Zurban desktop:1)
  • observe visual scalers
Changed:
<
<
scaler   scaler  
1   7  
2   8  
3   9  
4   10  
5   11  
6   12  
>
>
scaler label function
1 proton current Proton accelerator beam current in uA
2 & 3 unused Some are connected but uninteresting
4 Forced trigger Forced trigger start signals for TPC WFDs
5 - 7 unused Some are connected but uninteresting
8 muSCa Veto halo counter used to collimate after the muSC
9 muSC "mu" Hits above the threshold for muons in muSC
10 muSC "e" muSC above electron thresh. Note that this is #Muons + #electrons
11 DAQ deadtime Fraction of time spend not taking data
12 1kHz counter Counts from 0 to 10000 at 1kHz. Use this to normalize the other scalers
 
  • observe separator HV, zurban desktop: 3
  • Logbook entries:
Line: 42 to 45
 
      • Add any special short comment in the comment box.
      • update the information (reload the browser window to see the updated info)

Usual trouble procedures:

Changed:
<
<
>
>
  • DAQ troubles
 
  • Beam troubles:
    • First check visual scaler
    • If muSC is low, check separator, beamline
    • Recently, SEP was unstable, readjust by hand (elog:626)
  • ePC troubles

Emergency procedures:

Changed:
<
<
  • Hydrogen pressure drop: call Claude, Malte
  • TPC trips: call Claude, Malte
  • Gas alarm: follow instructions:
  • hydrogen alarm: call Claude, Malte
>
>
  • Gas alarm: follow instructions:
  • hydrogen alarm: call Marat
 
  • CHUPS troubles: call Marat
  • DAQ problems
    • follow instructions: DAQ disaster recovery manual - not ready yet

Revision 12010-11-06 - PeterKammel

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Added:
>
>
META TOPICPARENT name="MuSunGroup"

Shift Duties - MuSun Run 3 DRAFT

Overview

The primary responsibility of the shift crew is to maintain safe experimental conditions and take efficient and high quality data.
The shift crew can leave the experimental barack temporarely.

Main routine tasks:

  • Familiarize yourself with the manuals (links here)
  • Read the recent elogs and the ShiftCheckList_Run3.xls (where).
  • Follow measurement plan (verbal, white board or from log book)
  • Make sure that DAQ s running. This is monitored on the Midas Webpage.
  • Make sure that when runs are manually started, all the information on the info page is correctly updated

Main monitoring tasks:

In addition to the MIDAS status page you should monitor the experimental equipment via

  • monitor cryo TPC and CHUPS, it is essential for the safe operation of the experiment.
    • Basic Monitoring
      • cold head ~31K
    • Advanced documentation (insert link)
  • Once per shift fill out the checklist on zurban:/home/l_data/Desktop/Checklists, see desktop:5 on zurban.
  • observe online display:
    • Main spectra:
  • check HV and currents of chambers (Zurban desktop:1)
  • observe visual scalers
scaler   scaler  
1   7  
2   8  
3   9  
4   10  
5   11  
6   12  

  • observe separator HV, zurban desktop: 3
  • Logbook entries:
    • the main logbook is the elog. Report there
      • significant changes and observations (make extra new elog entry)
      • at the end of a shift, the shift leader has to write a brief summary, e.g. shift goals, good runs and special
        shift events. (Category General / Type Shift Summary)
    • The shift run summary is on http://cheetah/mucap/ by clicking on the runnumber a specific run can be edited (the usual PW).
      • Flag the run quality as "bad" if there is reason to believe the run is bad.
      • Add any special short comment in the comment box.
      • update the information (reload the browser window to see the updated info)

Usual trouble procedures:

  • DAQ troubles
  • Beam troubles:
    • First check visual scaler
    • If muSC is low, check separator, beamline
    • Recently, SEP was unstable, readjust by hand (elog:626)
  • ePC troubles

Emergency procedures:

  • Hydrogen pressure drop: call Claude, Malte
  • TPC trips: call Claude, Malte
  • Gas alarm: follow instructions:
  • hydrogen alarm: call Claude, Malte
  • CHUPS troubles: call Marat
  • DAQ problems
    • follow instructions: DAQ disaster recovery manual - not ready yet
    • call DAQ emergency number 5883 (Brendan, Fred)
  • ePC troubles: call Peter, Brendan, Genna
  • eSC troubles: call Brendan, Peter, Fred, Bernhard
  • mPC1 troubles: call Genna, Volodya
  • magnet/slow control: call Bernhard - pump problems : Mr Voegli call 3497 quad-magnet: Mr Thomas Scherer call 5934
 
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