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Entry  Tue Jun 25 19:18:07 2013, gautam, Configuration, endtable upgrade, plan of action for PZT installation 
    Reply  Wed Jul 3 21:19:04 2013, gautam, Configuration, endtable upgrade, plan of action for PZT installation DAC_bank.pngASC_schematic.pdf
       Reply  Mon Jul 8 13:45:19 2013, gautam, Configuration, endtable upgrade, Driver board verification 
          Reply  Wed Jul 10 22:41:06 2013, gautam, Configuration, endtable upgrade, PZT Driver Board HV_Amplifier.pdf
             Reply  Thu Jul 11 23:50:57 2013, gautam, Configuration, , PZT Driver Board-changes made ASC_schematic.pdfDAC_Max_output.JPG
                Reply  Mon Jul 15 11:51:18 2013, gautam, Configuration, endtable upgrade, DAC at 1Y4-Max Output and Power Spectrum max_amp.JPGmax_amp_all_channels.JPGDACOffPowerSpec.pdfDACOnPowerSpec.pdfDAC2kPowerSpectrum.pdf
                   Reply  Mon Jul 15 13:51:17 2013, Koji, Configuration, endtable upgrade, DAC at 1Y4-Max Output and Power Spectrum 
                      Reply  Mon Jul 15 15:54:20 2013, gautam, Configuration, endtable upgrade, DAC at 1Y4- Power Spectrum -with the right units DACOffPSD.pdfDAC500PSD.pdfDAC2000PSD.pdf
                         Reply  Mon Jul 15 17:20:43 2013, Jenne, Configuration, endtable upgrade, DAC at 1Y4- Power Spectrum -with the right units 
                            Reply  Mon Jul 15 17:59:31 2013, gautam, Configuration, endtable upgrade, DAC at 1Y4- Power Spectrum -6.4kHz bandwidth DAC-6.4_kHz_BW_PSD.pdf
                               Reply  Tue Jul 16 14:51:09 2013, gautam, Configuration, endtable upgrade, AI Board-D000186-Modified notches D000186_Frequency_Response.pdf
                                  Reply  Thu Jul 18 19:09:08 2013, gautam, Configuration, endtable upgrade, QPD Calibration for PZT Calibration QPD-XCalib.pdfQPD-YCalib.pdfError_Function_Fitting.zip
                                     Reply  Thu Jul 18 20:20:52 2013, gautam, Configuration, endtable upgrade, First mirror glued to PZT and mounted in modified mounts Piezo-mirror.jpg
                                        Reply  Thu Jul 18 23:34:40 2013, gautam, Configuration, endtable upgrade, Coarse adjustment of PZT axes orientation in mount PZT_out_waveform.jpg
                                           Reply  Fri Jul 19 23:35:31 2013, gautam, Configuration, endtable upgrade, Preliminary Calibration of PZT QPD-XCalib.pdfQPD-YCalib.pdfPiezo_Yaw_Calib-in_QPD_linear_range-Pitch_tilt.pdfPiezo_Yaw_Calib-in_QPD_linear_range-Yaw_tilt.pdf
                                              Reply  Tue Jul 23 20:41:40 2013, gautam, Configuration, endtable upgrade, Full range calibration and installation of PZT-mounted mirrors M1_Pitch_calib.pdfM1_Yaw_calib.pdfM2_Pitch_calib.pdfM2_Yaw_calib.pdfPI_S330.20L.pdf
                                                 Reply  Mon Aug 5 18:48:44 2013, gautam, Configuration, endtable upgrade, Full range calibration of PZT mounted mirrors for Y-endtable 2-inch-CVI-Yawcalib.pdf2-inch-CVI-Pitchcalib.pdf1-inch-Laseroptik-Yawcalib.pdf1-inch-Laseroptik-Pitchcalib.pdf
                                        Reply  Fri Jul 19 22:51:40 2013, gautam, Configuration, endtable upgrade, Second mirror glued to PZT and mounted  Piezo-mirror_2.JPG
                                           Reply  Tue Jul 30 19:44:05 2013, gautam, Configuration, endtable upgrade, Second mirror glued to PZT and mounted  
                                  Reply  Thu Jul 18 21:12:58 2013, gautam, Configuration, endtable upgrade, AI Board-D000186-All channels modified AI_Board_Output.jpg
                Reply  Mon Jul 29 13:39:25 2013, gautam, Configuration, endtable upgrade, PZT Driver Board-further changes D980323-C-modified.pdfD980323-C-modified-pg2.pdf
          Reply  Mon Jul 29 21:57:45 2013, gautam, Configuration, endtable upgrade, Hardware installed at 1X9 
             Reply  Tue Jul 30 19:40:47 2013, gautam, Configuration, endtable upgrade, DAC-PZT Driver Board Output Signal Chain Tested 
Message ID: 8823     Entry time: Wed Jul 10 22:41:06 2013     In reply to: 8804     Reply to this: 8832
Author: gautam 
Type: Configuration 
Category: endtable upgrade 
Subject: PZT Driver Board 

 I did the following with the PZT Driver Board: 

 

  •  With an expansion card attached to the driver board, I used an Agilent E3620A power supply to verify that the 15V and 24V supplies were reaching the intended ICs. It turns out that the +24 V supply was only meant to power some sort of on-board high voltage supply which provided the 100V bias for the PZTs and the MJE15030s. This device does not exist on the board I am using, jumper wires have been hooked up to an SMA connector on the front panel that directly provides 100V from the KEPCO high voltage supply to the appropriate points on the circuit.

  •  All the AD797s as well as the LT1125CS ICs on the board were receiving the required +15V.

      

The next step was to check the board with the high-voltage power supply connected.

 

  •  The output from the power supply is drawn from the rear output terminal strip of the power supply via pins TB1-2 (-OUT) and TB1-7 (+OUT). I used a length of RG58 coaxial cable from the lab and crimped a BNC connector on one end, and stripped the other to attach it to the above pins.

  •  There are several options that can be configured for the power supply. I have left it at the factory default: Local sensing (i.e. operating the power supply using the keypad on the front of it as opposed to remotely), grounding network connected (the outputs of the power supply are floating), slow mode, output isolated from ground.

  • I was unsure of whether the grounding network configuration or the 'positive output, negative terminal grounded' configuration was more appropriate. Koji confirmed that the former was to be used so as to avoid ground loops. When installed eventually, the eurocrate will provide the ground for the entire system.
  • I then verified the output of the HV power supply using a multimeter from 2V up to 150V.
  • I then connected the high voltage supply to the PZT driver board with a BNC-SMA adaptor, set, for a start, to output 30V. Ensured that the appropriate points on the circuit were supplied with 30V.

 

I then hooked up a function generator in order to simulate a control signal from the DAC. The signal was applied to pin 2 of the jumpers marked JP1 through JP4 on the schematic, one at a time. The signal applied was a 0.2 Vpp, 0.1 Hz sine wave.

 

 

 

  •  The output voltage was monitored both using a DMM at the SMB output terminals, and at the monitor channels using an oscilloscope. The outputs at both these points were as expected.
  • There are 4 potentiometers on the board, which need to be tuned such that the control output to the piezos are 50V when the input signal is zero (as this corresponds to no tilt). The gain of the amplifier stage (highlighted in the attached figure) right now is ~15, and I was using 30V in place of 100V, so an input signal of 2V would result in the output saturating. This part of the circuit will have to be tuned once again after applying the full 100V bias voltage. 
  • Koji suggested decreasing the gain of the amplifier stage by switching out resistor R43 (and corresponding resistor in the other 3 stages on the board) after checking the output range of the DAC so that possibility of unwanted saturation is minimised. I need to check this and will change the resistors after confirming the DAC output range. 
  • The potentiometers will have to be tuned after the gain has been adjusted, and with 100V from the high-voltage DC power supply. 

  

To Do:

 

  • Switch out resistors
  • Tune potentiometers with 100V from the HV supply
  • Verify that the output from the board after all the tuning lies in the range 0-100V for all possible input voltages from the DAC.
  • Once the output voltage range has been verified, the next step would be to connect a PZT to the board output, affix a mirror to the tip/tilt, and perform some sort of calibration for the PZT. 

HV_Amplifier.pdf

 

 

 

 

 

 

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