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Entry  Tue Mar 5 06:27:14 2013, yuta, Update, LSC, intra-cavity power dependence on mirror misalignment PRM_PIT_20130305a.pngPRM_YAW_20130305b.pngITMX_YAW_20130305.pngITMY_YAW_20130305.png
    Reply  Tue Mar 5 23:00:08 2013, yuta, Update, LSC, Yarm and PRC g-factor from misalignment measurement ITMY_YAW_20130305_DC.pngPRM_PIT_20130305a_DC.pngPRM_YAW_20130305b_DC.png
       Reply  Tue Mar 5 23:37:11 2013, yuta, Update, SUS, PRM angular motion spectra PRMangularmotion.png
    Reply  Wed Mar 6 02:46:20 2013, Manasa, Update, LSC, PRMI locking for g-factor measurement POPDCspec_PRMIlocked.png
       Reply  Wed Mar 6 09:44:29 2013, Koji, Update, LSC, PRMI locking for g-factor measurement 
       Reply  Fri Mar 8 21:00:05 2013, Manasa, Update, PSL, PMC fixed 
Message ID: 8230     Entry time: Tue Mar 5 06:27:14 2013     Reply to this: 8235   8237
Author: yuta 
Type: Update 
Category: LSC 
Subject: intra-cavity power dependence on mirror misalignment 

I measured intra-cavity power dependance on mirror misalignment.
Intra-cavity power of PRC in PRMI degrates roughly 20 % when there's 0.5 mrad 5 urad misalignment. (edited by YM)
Currently, PRMI lock is not so stable, so it is hard to do this measurement and error bars are huge.

Measurement method:
  0. Align the cavity and lock.
  1. Misalign one optic and measure oplev output value and intra-cavity power.
  2. Also, dither the optic in pitch or yaw in 8.5 Hz and get demodulated amplitudes at 8.5 Hz of oplev output and intra-cavity power using tdsdmd.
  3. Misalign the optic again and do the same things.

  1. gives intra-cavity power dependence on mirror misalignment directly, but 2. should give better S/N because of dithering.

  /opt/rtcds/caltech/c1/scripts/dither/dithergfactor.py does these things, and ./plotgfactor.py plots the result.
  They work quite well, but it should be made better so that

  - it checks if the cavity is locked
  - automatically change the oplev calibration factor for each optic
  - automatically adjusts the region and modulation amplitude
  - read data with better error evaluation


PRMI alignment:
  Y green looks like it drifted quite a lot somehow. If we start aligning Yarm to Y green, we get AS and POP beam at different spot on camera compared with last week. Also, TRY and TRX only goes as high as ~0.7. Since we have A2L now (elog #8229), let's start using Yarm spot positions as input pointing reference.

PRMI locking details:
  Same as in elog #8212, but I changed gains in the lock acquisition mode.

  == PRMI carrier ==
  MICH: AS55_Q_ERR, AS55_PHASE_R = -12 deg,  MICH_GAIN = -0.2, feedback to ITMX(-1),ITMY(+1)
  PRCL: REFL55_I_ERR, REFL55_PHASE_R = 70 deg, PRCL_GAIN = 1.0, feedback to PRM

  I made gainx5 in LSC_MICH filter bank so that it increases the overall gain when locked by trigger.
  I also made gainx0.3 in LSC_PRCL filter bank so that it reduces the overall gain when locked by trigger.

Result for PRC in PRMI:
  For PRMI, I couldn't done dithering method because dithering takes time to measure and I could not hold PRMI locking during the measurement.
  Below is the result when reading just the DC values. Mirror angle is calibrated by oplev (elog #8221). Error bars are huge because of beam motion mainly in yaw.

PRM in pitch: PRM_PIT_20130305a.png    PRM in yaw:PRM_YAW_20130305b.png

Results for the arms:
  For the arms, I could do both in DC and dithering. Below are the results, but ITMs misalignments are not calibrated because we don't have calibrated oplev yet.
  Results for the arms can be used to verify this method because we know g-factors of the arms from mode scan.

ITMX in yaw: ITMX_YAW_20130305.png    ITMY in yaw: ITMY_YAW_20130305.png

By the way:
  I found C1:SUS-ITMY_LSC_GAIN is somehow set to be 2.895 recently. I think this should be 1.0. Maybe this is why we had actuation imbalance in ITMs(elog #8212).

 - more stable lock
 - calibrate ITM oplevs to apply this method to the arms
 - derive g-factor from these measurements
 - measure PRM angular motion spectra using calibrated oplev

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