Last Thursday, Kiwamu and I went through the cabling necessary for a full damping test of the vertex optics controled by the sus subsytem, i.e. BS, ITMX, ITMY, PRM, SRM. The sus IO chassis is sitting in the middle of the 1X4 rack. The c1sus computer is the top 1U computer in that rack.
The hardest part is placing the 2x D-sub connectors to scsi on the lemo break out boxes connected to the 110Bs. The breakout boxes can be seen at the very top of the picture Kiwamu took here. These will require a minor modification to the back panel to allow the scsi cable to get out. There are two of these boxes in the new 1X5 rack. These would be connected by scsi to the ADC adapters in the back of the sus IO chassis in 1X4. The connectors are currently behind the new 1X5 rack (along with some spare ADCs/DACs/BOs.
There are 3 cables going from 40 IDC to 37 D-sub (the last 3 wires are not used and do not need to be connected, i.e. 38-40). These plug into the blue and gold ADC adapter box, the top one shown here. There is one spare connection which will remain unused for the moment. The 40 IPC ends plug into the Optical Lever PD boxes in the upper right of the new 1X4 rack (as seen in the top picture here - the boards on the right). At the back of the blue and gold adapter box is a scsi adapter which goes to the back of the IO chassis and plugs into an ADC.
In the back of the IO chassis is a 4th ADC which can be left unconnected at this point. It will eventually be plugged into the BNC breakout box for PEM signals over in the new 1X7 rack, but is unneeded for a sus test.
There are 5 cables going from 3 SOS dewhite/anti-image boards and 2 LSC anti-image boards into 3 blue and gold DAC adapter boxes. Currently they plug into the Pentek DACs at the bottom of the new 1X4 rack. Ideally we should be able to simply unplug these from the Pentek DACs and plug them directly into the blue and gold adapter boxes. However at the time we checked, it was unclear if they would reach. So its possible new cables may need to be made (or 40 pin IDC extenders made). These boxes are then connected to the back of the IO chassis by SCSI cables. One of the DAC outputs will be left unconnected for now.
The Binary output adapter boxes are plugged into the IO chassis BO cards via D-sub 37 cables. Note one has to go past the ADC/DAC adapter board in the back of IO chassis and plug directly into the Binary Output cards in the middle of the chassis. The 50 pin IDC cables should be unplugged from XY220s and plugged into the BO adapter boxes. It is unclear if these will reach.
We have a short fiber cable (sitting on the top shelf of the new 1X3 rack) which we can plug into the master timing distribution (blue box located in the new 1X6 rack) and into the front of the SUS IO chassis. It doesn't quite make it going through all the holes at the top of the racks and through the cabling trays, so I generally only plug it in for actual tests.
The IO chassis is already plugged into the c1sus chassis with an Infiniband cable.
So in Summary to plug everything in for a SUS test requires:
Tomorrow, I will finish up a channel numbering plan I started with Kiwamu on Thursday and place it in the wiki and elog. This is for knowing which ADC/DAC/BO channel numbers correspond to which signals. Which ADCs/DACs/BOs the cables plug into matter for the actual control model, otherwise you'll be sending signals to the wrong destinations.