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  16271   Fri Aug 6 13:13:28 2021 AnchalUpdateBHDc1teststand subnetwork now accessible remotely

c1teststand subnetwork is now accessible remotely. To log into this network, one needs to do following:

  • Log into nodus or pianosa. (This will only work from these two computers)
  • ssh -CY controls@192.168.113.245
  • Password is our usual workstation password.
  • This will log you into c1teststand network.
  • From here, you can log into fb1, chiara, c1bhd and c1sus2  which are all part of the teststand subnetwork.

Just to document the IT work I did, doing this connection was bit non-trivial than usual.

  • The martian subnetwork is created by a NAT router which connects only nodus to outside GC network and all computers within the network have ip addresses 192.168.113.xxx with subnet mask of 255.255.255.0.
  • The cloned test stand network was also running on the same IP address scheme, mostly because fb1 and chiara are clones in this network. So every computer in this network also had ip addresses 192.168.113.xxx.
  • I setup a NAT router to connect to martian network forwarding ssh requests to c1teststand computer. My NAT router creates a separate subnet with IP addresses 10.0.1.xxx and suubnet mask 255.255.255.0 gated through 10.0.1.1.
  • However, the issue is for c1teststand, there are now two networks accessible which have same IP addresses 192.168.113.xxx. So when you try to do ssh, it always search in its local c1teststand subnetwork instead of routing through the NAT router to the martian network.
  • To work around this, I had to manually provide an ip router to c1teststand for connecting to two of the computers (nodus and pianosa) in martian network. This is done by:
    ip route add 192.168.113.200 via 10.0.1.1 dev eno1
    ip route add 192.168.113.216 via 10.0.1.1 dev eno1
  • This gives c1teststand specific path for ssh requests to/from these computers in the martian network.
  16273   Mon Aug 9 10:38:48 2021 AnchalUpdateBHDc1teststand subnetwork now accessible remotely

I had to add following two lines in the /etc/network/interface file to make the special ip routes persistent even after reboot:

post-up ip route add 192.168.113.200 via 10.0.1.1 dev eno1
post-up ip route add 192.168.113.216 via 10.0.1.1 dev eno1

  16318   Thu Sep 9 09:54:41 2021 StephenSummaryBHDBHD OMC invacuum wiring - cable lengths

[Koji, Stephen - updated 30 September]

Cable lengths task - in vacuum cabling for the green section (new, custom for 40m) and yellow section (per aLIGO, except likely with cheaper FEP ribbon cable material) from 40m/16198. These arethe myriad of cables extending from the in vacuum flange to the aLIGO-style on-table Cable Stand (think, for example, D1001347), then from the cable stand to the OMCs.

a) select a position for the cable stand.

 - Koji and I discussed and elected to place in the (-X, -Y) corner of the table (Northwest in the typical diagram) and near the table edge. This is adjacent to the intended exit flange for the last cable.

b) measure distances and cable routing approximations for cable bracket junctions

- Near OMC bracket to the cable stand, point to point = 17.2, routing estimate = 24.4.
- Far OMC bracket to the cable stand, point to point = 20.5, routing estimate = 32.2.

  - Recommendation = 48" for all green section cables (using one length for each OMC, with extra slack to account for routing variation).

c) (outdated - see item (b) and attachment 3) measure distances (point to point) and cable routing approximations for all items.

 +X OMC (long edge aligned with +Y beam axis) (overview image in Attachment 1)

- QPDs to the cable stand, point to point = 12, routing estimate = 20.
- DCPDs to the cable stand, point to point = 25, routing estimate = 32.
- PZTs to the cable stand, point to point = 21, routing estimate = 32.

+Y OMC (long edge aligned with +Y beam axis) (overview image in Attachment 1)

- QPDs to the cable stand, point to point = 16, routing estimate = 23.
- DCPDs to the cable stand, point to point = 26, routing estimate = 38.
- PZTs to the cable stand, point to point = 24, routing estimate = 33.

Cable stand to flange (Attachment 2) (specific image in Attachment 2)

- point to point = 35, routing estimate = 42

  - Recommendation = 120" for all yellow section cables, per Koji's preferences for zigzag cable routing on stack and coiling of slack.

Attachment 1: bhd_cable_length_check_cable_bracket_to_components.png
bhd_cable_length_check_cable_bracket_to_components.png
Attachment 2: bhd_cable_length_check_flange_to_cable_bracket.png
bhd_cable_length_check_flange_to_cable_bracket.png
Attachment 3: bhd_cable_length_check_cable_bracket_to_omc_bracket.png
bhd_cable_length_check_cable_bracket_to_omc_bracket.png
  16344   Mon Sep 20 14:11:40 2021 KojiUpdateBHDEnd DAC Adapter Unit D2100647

I've uploaded the schematic and PCB PDF for End DAC Adapter Unit D2100647.

Please review the design.

  • CH1-8 SUS actuation channels.
    • 5CHs out of 8CHs are going to be used, but for future extensions, all the 8CHs are going to be filled.
    • It involves diff-SE conversion / dewhitening / SE-diff conversion. Does this make sense?
  • CH9-12 PZT actuation channels. It is designed to send out 4x SE channels for compatibility. The channels have the jumpers to convert it to pass through the diff signals.
  • CH13-16 are general purpose DIFF/SE channels. CH13 is going to be used for ALS Laser Slow control. The other 3CHs are spares.

The internal assembly drawing & BOM are still coming.

Attachment 1: D2100647_End_DAC_Adapter.pdf
D2100647_End_DAC_Adapter.pdf D2100647_End_DAC_Adapter.pdf D2100647_End_DAC_Adapter.pdf D2100647_End_DAC_Adapter.pdf D2100647_End_DAC_Adapter.pdf D2100647_End_DAC_Adapter.pdf D2100647_End_DAC_Adapter.pdf D2100647_End_DAC_Adapter.pdf
  16359   Thu Sep 23 18:18:07 2021 YehonathanUpdateBHDSOS assembly

I have noticed that the dumbells coming back from C&B had glue residues on them. An example is shown in attachment 1: it can be seen that half of the dumbell's surface is covered with glue.

Jordan gave me a P800 sandpaper to remove the glue. I picked the dumbells with the dirty face down and slid them over the sandpaper in 8 figures several times to try and keep the surface untilted. Attachment 2 shows the surface from attachment 1 after this process.

Next, the dumbells will be sent to another C&B.

Attachment 1: dumbell_before.png
dumbell_before.png
Attachment 2: dumbell_after.png
dumbell_after.png
  16370   Fri Oct 1 12:12:54 2021 StephenUpdateBHDITMY (3002) CAD layout pushed to Box

Koji requested current state of BHD 3D model. I pushed this to Box after adding the additional SOSs and creating an EASM representation (also posted, Attachment 1). I also post the PDF used to dimension this model (Attachment 2). This process raised some points that I'll jot down here:

1) Because the 40m CAD files are not 100% confirmed to be clean of any student license efforts, we cannot post these files to the PDM Vault or transmit them this way. When working on BHD layout efforts, these assemblies which integrate new design work therefore must be checked for most current revisions of vault-managed files - this Frankenstein approach is not ideal but can be managed for this effort. 

2) Because the current files reflect the 40m as built state (as far as I can tell), I shared the files in a zip directory without increasing the revisions. It is unclear whether revision control is adequate to separate [current 40m state as reflected in CAD] from [planned 40m state after BHD upgrade]. Typically a CAD user would trust that we could find the version N assembly referenced in the drawing from year Y, so we wouldn't hesitate to create future design work in a version N+1 assembly file pending a current drawing. However, this form of revision control is not implemented. Perhaps we want to use configurations to separate design states (in other words, create a parallel model of every changed component, without creating paralle files - these configurations can be selected internal to the assembly without a need to replace files)? Or more simply (and perhaps more tenuously), we could snapshot the Box revisions and create a DCC page which notes the point of departure for BHD efforts?

Anyway, the cold hard facts:

 - Box location: 40m/40m_cad_models/Solidworks_40m (LINK)

 - Filenames: 3002.zip and 3002 20211001 ITMY BHD for Koji presentation images.easm (healthy disregard for concerns about spaces in filenames)

Attachment 1: 3002_20211001_ITMY_BHD_for_Koji_presentation_images.easm
Attachment 2: 40m_upgrade_layout_20200611-ITMY_Beam_Dim.pdf
40m_upgrade_layout_20200611-ITMY_Beam_Dim.pdf
  16424   Mon Oct 25 13:23:45 2021 AnchalSummaryBHDBefore photos of BSC

[Yehonathan, Anchal]

On thursday Oct 21 2021, Yehonathan and I opened the door to BSC and took some photos. We setup the HEPA stand next to the door with anti-static curtains covering all sides. We spend about 15 minutes trying to understand the current layout and taking photos and a video. Any suggestions on improvement in our technique and approach would be helpful.

Links to photos:

https://photos.app.goo.gl/fkkdu9qAvH1g5boq6

  16425   Mon Oct 25 17:37:42 2021 AnchalSummaryBHDPart I of BHR upgrade - Removed optics from BSC

[Anchal, Paco, Ian]


Clean room etiquettes

  • Two people in coverall suits, head covers, masks and AccuTech ultra clean gloves.
  • One person in just booties to interact with outside "dirty" world.
  • Anything that comes in chamber, first cleaned outside with clean cloth and IPA. Then cleaned by the "clean" folks. We followed this for allen keys, camera and beam finder card.
  • Once the chamber cover has been removed, cover the annulus with donut. We forgot to do this :(

Optics removal and changes

We removed the following optics from the BSC table and stored them in X-end flowbench with fan on. See attachment 1 and 2.

  1. IPPOS SM2
  2. GRX SM2
  3. PRM OL1
  4. PRMOL4
  5. IPPOS SM3
  6. IPANG SM1
  7. PRM OL2
  8. Unidentified optic inbetween IPPOS45P and IPPOS SM3
  9. Beam block behing PR3
  10. Beam block behind GR PBS
  11. GR PBS
  12. GRPERI1L (Periscope)
  13. PRMOL3
  14. IPPOS45P
  15. Cylindrical counterweight on North-west end of table.
  16. Cheap rectangular mirror on South west end of table (probably used for some camera, but not in use anymore)
  17. IPANGSM2

We also changed the direction of clamp of MMT1 to move it away from the center of the able (where PRM will be placed)

We screwed in the earthquake stops on PRM and BS from front face and top.

We unscrewed the cable post for BS and PRM oplevs and loved it in between SR3 and BS and screwed it lightly.

We moved the PRM, turned it anti-clockwise 90 degrees and brought it in between TT2 and BS. Now there is a clear line of sight between TT2 and PR2 on ITMY table.


Some next steps:

  • We align the input beam to TT2 by opening the "Injection Chamber" (formerly known as OMC chamber). While doing so, we'll clear unwanted optics from this table as well.
  • We open ITMX chamber, clear some POP optics. If SOS are ready, we would replace PR2 with SOS and put it in a new position.
  • Then we'll replace PR3 with an SOS and align the beam to BS.

These are next few days of work. We need atleast one SOS ready by Thursday.


Photos after today's work: https://photos.app.goo.gl/EE7Mvhw5CjgZrQpG6

Attachment 1: rn_image_picker_lib_temp_44cb790a-c3b4-42aa-8907-2f9787a02acd.jpg
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  16426   Tue Oct 26 10:17:14 2021 YehonathanUpdateBHDSOS assembly

Things that I need to start suspending optics:

1. Winch adapter plate (D970314). Might need to make one.

2. Quad photodetector

3. Camera and camera mount

4. Beam height target

5. Height gauge

  16429   Tue Oct 26 16:56:22 2021 PacoSummaryBHDPart I of BHR upgrade - Locked PMC and IMC

[Paco, Ian]

We opened the laser head shutter. Then, we scanned around the PMC resonance and locked it. We then opened the PSL shutter, touched the MC1, MC2 and MC3 alignment (mostly yaw) and managed to lock the IMC. The transmission peaked at ~ 1070 counts (typical is 14000 counts, so at 10% of PSL power we would expect a peak transmission of 1400 counts, so there might still be some room for improvement). The lock was engaged at ~ 16:53, we'll see for how long it lasts.

There should be IR light entering the BSC!!! Be alert and wear laser safety goggles when working there.

We should be ready to move forward into the TT2 + PR3 alignment.

  16431   Wed Oct 27 16:27:16 2021 AnchalSummaryBHDPart II of BHR upgrade - Prep

[Anchal, Paco, Ian]

Before we could start working on Part II, which is to relocate TT2 to new location, we had to clear space in front of injection chamber door and clean the floor which was very dusty. This required us to disconnect everything we could safely from OMC North short electronics rack, remove 10-15 BNC cables, 4-5 power cords and relocate some fiber optic cables. We didn't had caps for fiber optic cables handy, so we did not remove them from the rack mounted unit and just turned it away. At the end, we mopped the floor and dried it with a dry cloth. Before and after photos in attachments.

 

Attachment 1: OMCNorthBefore.jpeg
OMCNorthBefore.jpeg
Attachment 2: OMCNorthAfter.jpeg
OMCNorthAfter.jpeg
  16432   Wed Oct 27 16:31:35 2021 AnchalSummaryBHDPart III of BHR upgrade - Removal of PR2 Small Suspension

I went inside the ITMX Chamber to read off specs from PR2 edge. This was required to confirm our calculations of LO power for BHR later. The numbers that I could read from the edge were kind of meaningless "0.5 088 or 2.0 088". To make it more worthwhile this opening of the chamber, we decided to remove the PR2 suspension unit so that the optic can be removed and installed on an SOS in the cleanroom. We covered the optic in clean aluminum foil inside the chamber, then placed in on another aluminum foil to cover completely. Then I traveled slowly to the C&B room, where I placed it on a flow bench.


Later on, we decided to use a dummy fixed mount mirror for PR2 initially with the same substrate thickness, so that we get enough LO power in transmission for alignment. In the very end, we'll swap that with the PR2 mounted on an SOS unit.

  16433   Wed Oct 27 16:38:02 2021 AnchalSummaryBHDPart II of BHR upgrade - Relocation of TT2 and MMT1/2 alignment

[Anchal, Paco]

We opened BSC and Injection Chamber doors. We removed two stacked counterweights from near the center of the BS table, from behind TT2 and placed them in the Xend flow bench. Then we unscrewed TT2 and relocated it to the new BHR layout position. This provided us with the target for the alignment of MMT1 and MMT2 mirrors.

While aligning MMT1 and MMT2, we realized that the BHR layout underestimated the clearance of the beam from MMT2 to TT2, from the TT1 suspension unit. The TT1 suspension stage was clipping our beam going to TT2. To rectify this, we decided to move the MMT2 mirror mount about a cm South and retry. We were able to align the beam to the TT2 optic, but it is a bit off-center. The reflection of TT2 now is going in the general direction of the ITMX chamber. We stopped our work here as fatigue was setting in. Following are some thoughts and future directions:

  • We realized that the output beam from the mode cleaner moves a lot (by more than a cm at MMT2) between different locks. Maybe that's just because of our presence. But we wonder how much clearance all beams must have from MC3 to TT2.
  • Currently, we think the Faraday Isolator might be less than 2 cm away from the beam between MMT1 and MMT2 and the TT1 suspension is less than 2 cm away from MMT2 and TT2.
  • Maybe we can fix these by simply changing the alignment on TT1 which was fixed for our purposes.
  • We definitely need to discuss the robustness of our path a bit more before we proceed to the next part of the upgrade.

Thu Oct 28 17:00:52 2021 After Photos: https://photos.app.goo.gl/wNL4dxPyEgYTKQFG9

  16434   Wed Oct 27 18:11:37 2021 KojiSummaryBHDPart II of BHR upgrade - Relocation of TT2 and MMT1/2 alignment

Closed the PSL shutter @18:11
During the vent, we want to keep the cavity unlocked if not necessary.

 

  16435   Wed Oct 27 18:16:45 2021 KojiSummaryBHDPart II of BHR upgrade - Relocation of TT2 and MMT1/2 alignment

- Moving the MMT2 south by a cm is fine. This will give you ~0.5cm at TT1 without changing the other alignment much.
- IMC mode is moving because of your presence + HEPA blow.
- 2cm at Faraday is plenty for the beam diameter of a few mm.

 

  16437   Thu Oct 28 16:32:32 2021 PacoSummaryBHDPart IV of BHR upgrade - Removal of BSC eastern optics

[Ian, Paco, Anchal]

We turned off the BSC oplev laser by turning the key counterclockwise. Ian then removed the following optics from the east end in the BSC:

  • OM4-PJ (wires were disconnected before removal)
  • GRX_SM1
  • OM3
  • BSOL1

We placed them in the center-front area of the XEND flow bench.

Photos: https://photos.app.goo.gl/rjZJD2zitDgxBfAdA

  16438   Thu Oct 28 17:01:54 2021 AnchalSummaryBHDPart III of BHR upgrade - Adding temp fixed flat mirror for PR2

[Anchal, Paco, Ian]

  • We added a Y1-2037-0 mirror (former IPPOS SM2 mirror) on a fixed mount in the position of where PR2 is supposed to be in new BHR layout.
  • After turning out all lights in the lab, we were able to see a transmitted beam on our beam finder card.
  • We aligned the mirror so that it relfects the beam off to PR3 clearly and the reflection from PR3 hits BS in the center.
  • We were able to see clear gaussian beams splitted from BS going towards ITMX and ITMY.

Photos: https://photos.app.goo.gl/cKdbtLGa9NtkwqQ68

  16439   Thu Oct 28 23:13:19 2021 YehonathanUpdateBHDSOS assembly

{Tega, Yehonathan, Koji}

Suspension of a Dummy Optic

We gathered the components needed for suspending a 2" optic housed in a 3" ring adapter:

1. SOS Tower

2. Winches+Winch adapter plate (Attachment 3)

2. HeNe Laser + Power supply

3. A steering mirror

4. QPD + ND2 Filter + Electronic amplifier

5. Oscilloscope

6. Dummy optic housed in a ring adapter (Attachment 2)

An OpLev was built using the HeNe laser, steering mirror, suspended optic, QPD (Attachment 1).

The beam height was set with a ruler. The QPD was placed in front of the laser and its height was adjusted until the Y signal vanished.

The beam was made parallel to the table. First, roughly by using an iris. Then, more accurately, by measuring the beam directed at the suspended optic with the QPD and zeroing the Y signal by adjusting the steering mirror.

We suspended the dummy optic using a music wire we found in the cleanroom cabinet.

All the wire clamps on the ring adapter, SOS, and winches were loosened.

About 0.5m of music wire was cut. Then, the wire was threaded through the wire clamp on the adapter side block, around the ring adapter, and through the wire clamp on the other side block, keeping the wire untwisted. The optic was put on the safety stop and the height was roughly adjusted using the lower EQ stops.

The wire pair was then threaded through the wire clamp on the suspension block and held near the winches. The wire was made to go through the groves at the side blocks. The wire was clamped to the side blocks. The wires were clamped on the winches. The wires were pulled by the winches until the magnet marking on the side blocks was centered on the OSEMs' holes on the side plates of the SOS (attachment 4).

Once the heights were set, the wire was clamped at the suspension block.

We balanced the dummy optic using a counterweight.

We placed the QPD at the laser reflection from the optic. We adjusted the screw set going through the counterweights to adjust the balance. The pitch imbalance was monitored by observing the Y signal on the oscilloscope.

Comments:

1. Turns out that for a 1/4" thick optic, the rear counterweight needs to be removed for achieving balance.

2. To fix the counterweight on the setscrew we will use some epoxy.

3. Seems like the left optical table in the cleanroom is slightly tilted. We need to fix it.

4. The bottom long EQ stop is not touching the adapter due to the balancing mass socket. We might want to put a nut on it.

5. Still need to glue 3 more side magnet+dumbell assemblies to rods and then glue them before gluing them to the side blocks which will take at least 2 more days until we can start suspending a real optic.

Attachment 1: OpLev_Setup.jpg
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Attachment 2: suspended_optic.png
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Attachment 3: 20211029_113011.jpg
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Attachment 4: 20211029_113052.jpg
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  16440   Fri Oct 29 14:39:37 2021 AnchalSummaryBHD1Y1 cleared. IY3 ready for C1SUS2 I/O and FE.

[Anchal, Paco]

We cleared 1Y1 rack today removing the following items. This stuff is sitting on the floor about 2 meters east of 1Y3 (see attachment 1):

  • A VME crate: We disconnected it's power cords from the side bus.
  • A NI PXIe-1071 crate with some SMA multiplexer units on it.

We also moved the power relay ethernet strip from the middle of the rack to the bottom of the rack clearing the space marked clear in Koji's schematics. See attachment 2.

There was nothing to clear in 1Y3. It is ready for installing c1sus2 I/O chassis and FE once the testing is complete.

We also removed some orphaned hanging SMA RG-405 cables between 1Y3 and 1Y1.

Attachment 1: RemovedStuff.jpeg
RemovedStuff.jpeg
Attachment 2: 1Y1.jpeg
1Y1.jpeg
Attachment 3: 1Y3.jpeg
1Y3.jpeg
  16443   Tue Nov 2 15:02:03 2021 YehonathanUpdateBHDSOS assembly

{Yehonathan, Tega}

We took the free-swinging spectra of the OpLev in the X and Y direction.

To make the motion of the optic quiet we turned off the airflow on the optical bench and moved the QPD close to the SOS so that the laser beam stays more or less within the QPD sensitive area.

In the process, we realized that the cleanroom HeNe went bad. It turned off after a few minutes after turning it on. The behavior repeated with another power supply. We replaced the HeNe and realigned it coarsely.

The data was taken using an oscilloscope while the optic was swinging freely. The PSD was calculated afterward (attachment 1).

Surprisingly, the pitch has a resonance frequency of ~ 2.5 Hz. And this is after we removed the back counterweight.

Additionally, we aligned the tilt of the optical table. Using a spirit bubble we adjusted the tilt by using a wrench on the table legs. As we suspected, the table was slightly tilted in the north-south direction.

Attachment 1: FreeSwingingSpectra.pdf
FreeSwingingSpectra.pdf
  16444   Tue Nov 2 16:42:00 2021 PacoSummaryBHD1Y1 rack work

[paco, ian]

After the new 1Y0 rack was placed near the 1Y1 rack by Chub and Anchal, today we worked on the 1Y1 rack. We removed some rails from spaces ~ 25 - 30. We then drilled a pair of ~ 10-32 thru-holes on some L-shaped bars to help support the c1sus2 machine weight. The hole spacing was set to 60 cm; this number is not a constant across all racks. Then, we mounted c1sus2. While doing this, Paco's knee clicked some of the video MUX box buttons (29 and 8 at least). We then opened the rack's side door to investigate the DC power strips on it before removing stuff. We did power off the DC33 supplies on there. No connections were made to allow us to keep building this rack.

When coming back to the control room, we noticed 3/4 video feed (analog) for the Test masses had gone down... why?


Next steps:

  • Remove sorensen (x5) power supplies from top of 1Y1 .. what are they actually powering???
  • Make more bars to support heavy IO exp and acromag chassis.
  • Make all connections (neat).

Update Tue Nov 2 18:52:39 2021

  • After turning Sorensens back up, the ETM/ITM video feed was restored. I will need to hunt the power lines carefully before removing these.
  16445   Tue Nov 2 18:54:41 2021 Anchal, PacoUpdateBHDOptical fibres laid for BHD upgrade

We successfully laid down all required optical fibre fiber cables from 1X4-1X7 region to 1Y1-1Y3 region today. This includes following cables:

  • Timing fibre fiber from Master Timing Synchornizer D050239 on 1X6 to C1SU2 I/O chassis on 1Y1.
  • Timing fibre fiber from Master Timing Synchornizer D050239 on 1X6 to C1BHD I/O chassis on 1Y3.
  • CX4 cable from Dolphin Card on 1X4 to C1SU2 FE on 1Y1 for IPC.
  • CX4 cable from Dolphin Card on 1X4 to C1BHD FE on 1Y3 for IPC.
  • DAQ Network extension fibre fiber optic cable from DAQ Network Switch on 1X7 to another switch we mounted on 1Y3 for local DAQ network distribution.
  16446   Tue Nov 2 22:50:30 2021 KojiUpdateBHDSOS assembly

2.5Hz is surprising. Can you move it down to sub 1Hz by adding a socket cap screw at the top instead of the set screw for the Teflon piece? How much mass do you need to add?

  16448   Thu Nov 4 15:03:43 2021 KojiSummaryBHD1Y1 rack work

I have visited the binder file for the 40m wiring file in the control room.
The 12V power supply on 1Y1 is for the CCD cameras. So we still want to keep the 12V 0.8A power and the side connections for these. It is not necessary to be Sorensen. Can we replace it with an AC-DC adapter with +12V/1A for example? BTW, the video matrix and quads are AC-powered.

The mysterious thick cables and cross-connects (green wires) on the side panel (labeled AP1/AP2/SP/IMCREFL) are for "EO shutters". It was meant for the protection of the PDs from bright beams.
I don't think they have been used. And we don't need them.

  16450   Fri Nov 5 12:21:16 2021 AnchalSummaryBHDPart VI of BHR upgrade - Removal of ITMYC optics

Today I opened the ITMY chamber and removed the following optics and placed them in Xend flow bench (See attachment 1-3 for updated photograph):

  • OM1
  • OM2
  • ITMYOL1
  • ITMYOL2
  • SRMOL1
  • SRMOL2
  • POYM1
  • 3 counterweights one of which was double the height of others.

I also unscrewed SRM and parked it near the Western end of the table where no optical paths would intersect it. Later we will move it in place once the alignment of the rest of the optics has been done.

While doing this work, I found two unnoted things on the table:

  • One mirror mounted on a mount but not on a post was just sitting next to ITMY. I have removed this and placed it on Xend flow bench.
  • One horizontal razor or plate on the South end of table, mounted on what I thought looked like a picomotor. The motor was soldered to wires without any connector in-line, so I could not remove this. This is on the spot of AS4 and will need to be removed later.

Photos: https://photos.app.goo.gl/S5siAYguBM4UnKuf8

Attachment 1: XendFlowBenchLeftEnd.jpg
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Attachment 2: XendFlowBenchMiddle.jpg
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Attachment 3: XendFlowBenchRightEnd.jpg
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  16452   Fri Nov 5 20:35:10 2021 KojiUpdateBHDFeedthru / Optical Mounts

- New feedthrus [4xDB25 Qty 4 / 8xDB25 Qty 1] are placed on the wire shelf at the entrance -> Jordan, please clean them.

- There are plenty of 2" DLC mounts. There are also many 1.5" mounts but they are less useful.
  We need at least 3 1" moounts and 1 1" or 2" lens mount (and the lens). Let's purchase them on Thorlabs. I'll work on the order.

Attachment 1: P_20211105_200817.jpg
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  16453   Mon Nov 8 10:13:52 2021 PacoSummaryBHD1Y1 rack work; Sorensens removed

[Paco, Chub]

Removed all sorensen power supplies from this rack except for 12 VDC one; that one got pushed to the top of the rack and is still powering the cameras.

  16454   Mon Nov 8 13:13:00 2021 KojiSummaryBHD1Y1 rack work; Sorensens removed

Updated the rack layout. Now there is an issue.
We were supposed to have 1U space at the top, but it was occupied by the 12V.
We need to either lower the c1sus2 and IO chassis 1U or move the Sorensen at the bottom.

Attachment 1: 40m_BHD.png
40m_BHD.png
  16455   Mon Nov 8 15:29:05 2021 PacoSummaryBHD1Y1 rack work; New power for cameras

[Paco, Anchal]

In reference to Koji's concern (see previous elog), we have completely removed sorensen power supplies from 1Y1. We added a 12 Volts / 2 Amps AC-to-DC power supply for the cameras and verified it works. We stripped off all unused hardware from shutters and other power lines in the strips, and saved the relays and fuses.

We then mounted SR2, PR3, PR2 Sat Amps, 1Y1 Sat amp adapter, and C1SUS2 AA (2) and AI (3) boards. We made all connections we could make with the cables from the test stand, as well as power connections to an 18 VDC power strip.

  16456   Mon Nov 8 17:22:27 2021 YehonathanUpdateBHDSOS assembly

Big Gluing Day

Today I glued the magnet+dumbell assemblies on the optics adapters.

Unlike magnet gluing on a 3" optic where one can use a magnet gluing fixture, here I had to position the magnets manually. There is a complication though: the magnet is much heavier than the dumbell making it almost impossible gluing the dumbell side down onto the adapter since it is very unstable in this position. A workaround is to put the magnets on some paramagnetic sheet so that the magnets stick to it and then flip it over and glue it on the adapter dumbell sides down.

The problem here is that I need to position the magnets relatively accurately on the metal sheet. To make things slightly easier I printed some drawings of the positions of the magnet, laminated them, and cleaned them to have a decent starting point (attachment 1).

For each adapter:

1. I applied glue to the 4 circular grooves at the back of the adapter.

2. I picked 4 magnets (2 north, 2 south). Trying to match their strength.

3. Made a note of which magnets I picked for which adapter in the magnet+dumbell spreadsheet.

4. Clean the dumbells' surfaces when necessary.

5. Put the magnets on a laminated magnet-positions-drawing on a metal sheet that was precleaned in the right order.

6. Flip the metal sheet and position it on the adapter such that the dumbells go as precisely as possible into the circular grooves on the adapater.

7. Adjust the magnets' positions by pushing them slightly with a non-magnetic tip.

Attachment 2 shows the numbering on the adapters for future tracking.

I also glued some magnets and aluminum rods to side blocks. Next gluing session I will glue magnets to the aluminum rods. Probably some dumbells will not stick well to the adapters. These will have to be cleaned and reglued as well.

 

 

Attachment 1: Magnets_Positions.png
Magnets_Positions.png
Attachment 2: Adapters_Order.png
Adapters_Order.png
  16458   Mon Nov 8 18:42:38 2021 KojiSummaryBHDRack Layout / Power Strips
Rack # of units that
requires +18V
Power Source
1X3 (new rack) 15 1X3 U1/2
1X4 13 1X3 U1/2
1X5 8 or 9 (OL AA) 1X5 U40/41
1Y0 17 1Y0 U1/2
1Y1 15 1Y0 U1/2
1Y3 12 1Y3 U39/40
1X9 9 1X9 U38/39
1Y4 9

1Y4 U39/40

Notes:

  • There are 8 racks and there is only 7x 18V power strips. 1X5 could be the one without the power strip and to parasite with 1X3/4. Otherwise we need to modify some of the 24V power strips (no plan to use) into 18V by replacing the connectors.
  • We need total ~100 18V cables / We ordered 60x 3ft / 60x 3ft / 30x 10ft. Hopefully these are enough for our depand... I haven't checked the delivered number.
  • All the acromags are supposed to be powered with one voltage. I think they are supposed to run with +18V.
  • I didn't check the distribution of Sorensens through the lab. (i.e. how many we have / how many we need / ...)
Attachment 1: rack_plan.pdf
rack_plan.pdf
  16459   Tue Nov 9 11:11:37 2021 YehonathanUpdateBHDSOS assembly

The gluing was mostly successful. Only two magnets didn't stick (see attachment).

Attachment 1: 20211109_110408.jpg
20211109_110408.jpg
  16463   Tue Nov 9 19:02:47 2021 AnchalSummaryBHD1Y0 Populated and 1Y1,1Y0 powered

[Anchal, Paco]

Today we populated 4 Sat Amp boxes for LO1, Lo2, AS1, and AS4, 2 BO boxes for C1SU2, and 1 Sat Amp Adaptor box, at 1Y0 according the latest rack plan. We also added 2 Sorenson power supplies in 1Y0 at the top slots to power +/- 18V DC strips on both 1Y1 and 1Y0. All wiring has been done for these power connections.

  16465   Fri Nov 12 23:47:29 2021 YehonathanUpdateBHDSOS assembly

{Tega, Yehonathan}

First attempt at the suspension of a Lambda Optic mirror

We found the box with the 2" Lambda Optic mirrors in the cleanroom. We choose to suspend a mirror with a ROC = 5m, probably LO1.

The mirror was put inside an adapter that was prepared beforehand, put the mirror in place by tightening the Teflon rod, and then clamp it using the clamping pads.

We decided to cut two wires and clamp them to the side blocks of the adapter, while it sits on the EQ stops. The wires were threaded through the winches' clamps, through the wire clamp on the suspension block, and through the side blocks' wire clamps. We adjusted the wire position while pulling on it. The wire was made to sit inside the wire grooves on the side blocks. While tightening the clamp on the side block with the magnet, the LN key fell knocking off two magnets from the back of the adaptercrying.

Next time we think it might be a better idea to do all the adapter wire clamping on the table instead of on the SOS tower.

In the meanwhile, here are some pictures from today.

 

  16470   Tue Nov 16 17:42:46 2021 YehonathanUpdateBHDSOS assembly

{Tega, Yehonathan}

Another attempt at the suspension of a Lambda Optic mirror

The lambda mirror was removed from the adapter whose magnets were knocked off. We tried to mount the mirror on a different adapter but we knocked off magnets from two adapters crying. We succeeded in mounting the mirror at the third attempt (Adapter number 6). In the meanwhile, Tega threaded wires through side blocks separated from the adapter. He positioned the wires inside the grooves of the side block under a microscope (attachment 1). This procedure is much more accurate and pain-free than doing it on the suspended mirror.

We took the adapter and put it on the EQ stops. The wires were threaded through the wire clamp on the suspension block and clamped at the winches.

The adapter was rotated until the side magnet was roughly at the center of the side OSEM port. We then, as before, put coils in OSEM ports and try to adjust the height of the side magnet and the magnet groove on the other side block such that they are roughly at the center of the coil. We used the winches for fine adjustment.

I used the Canon camera to make sure the side blocks are leveled (attachment 2). I used the macro lens for that purpose. I set up a live stream from the Canon camera using these instructions only that I use OBS instead of CamTwist. I painted a semi-transparent green rectangle to annotate the position of the side magnet socket (attachment 3). I did this several times to confirm the repeatability of the results. Again using the winches for fine adjustments.

Once the height of the side magnets was confirmed to be leveled. I clamped the wires to the suspension block and cut them above it.

I tried to balance the optic but again I see that the suspensions are hysteretic. I check to see whether the wire is touching anything and indeed it touches the corner of the side blockcryingcryingcrying (attachments 4, 5).

 

 

 

Attachment 1: 20211115_170320_HDR.jpg
20211115_170320_HDR.jpg
Attachment 2: 20211116_163846.jpg
20211116_163846.jpg
Attachment 3: magnet_height_check(1).png
magnet_height_check(1).png
Attachment 4: side_blcok_touching_1.png
side_blcok_touching_1.png
Attachment 5: side_blcok_touching_2.png
side_blcok_touching_2.png
  16471   Tue Nov 16 18:28:53 2021 KojiUpdateBHDSOS assembly

Yehonathan told me that the wires are touching between the clamps! I went back to the CAD and confirmed it is really happening. Sad.

The distance of the wires at the upper clamp is 17.018mm.
The distance of the lower clamps is 74.168mm
The vertical drop of the wire is 251mm
--> The wire angle from the vertical line is 0.114 rad

The lower wire block has a step of 1.016mm with the vertical extension of the piece by 11.684mm
--> The angle clearance of the lower clamp is 0.087 rad

So the clearance was not enough.

If we cut the top center of the wire block more than 2.77mm, we can make the wires free.
For safety, we can cut 0.25" = 6.35mm. This will give 0.4mm clearance between the block and the wire at the closest point.

I did this modification on the 3D model and modified the 2D drawing too, so that we can find the machine shop to do it quickly.

Attachment 1: D2100546_Wire_Block.pdf
D2100546_Wire_Block.pdf
Attachment 2: D2100546_Wire_Block.png
D2100546_Wire_Block.png
  16475   Thu Nov 18 14:29:01 2021 KojiSummaryBHDBHD invac optics / opto-mechanics

I went through the optics list (in the BHD procurement google spreadsheet) and summarized how to build them.

The red ones are what we need to purchase. Because of the strange height of the LMR mounts, the post needs to have none half-integer inch heights.

They need to be designed as the usual SS posts are not designed to be vac compatible (not because of the material but the design like screw hole venting).

We also need to check how many clean forks we have.
-> The components were ordered except for the custom posts.
 

ssome partssss
Name Optic Mount Mount OH Post Post OH Fork / Base Base OH Total Height Notes
POP_SM5  Previous POYM1 / 2" Y1-2037-0 LMR2V Thorlabs 1.36 Custom Post 4.14 SS Fork 0 5.5  
POP_SM4 New CM254-750-E03 Thorlabs LMR1V Thorlabs 0.87 Newport 9953+PLS-T238 3.88 BA1V / BA2V 0.75 5.5  
BSOL1 New 2" VIS BB2-E02 LMR2V Thorlabs 1.36 Custom Post 4.14 SS Fork 0 5.5  
ITMYOL1 New 2" VIS BB2-E02 LMR2V Thorlabs 1.36 Custom Post 4.14 SS Fork 0 5.5  
ITMYOL2 New 2" VIS BB2-E02 LMR2V Thorlabs 1.36 Custom Post 4.14 SS Fork 0 5.5  
SRMOL1 New 2" VIS BB2-E02 LMR2V Thorlabs 1.36 Custom Post 4.14 SS Fork 0 5.5  
ASL LA1779-C Thorlabs or KPX217AR.33 Newport LMR2V Thorlabs 1.36 Custom Post 4.14 SS Fork 0 5.5  
GRY_SM1 Y2-2037-0 (in hand) DLC   DLC Post   DLC Fork   5.5  
BHDBS CVI (In hand) DLC 2 DLC Post   DLC Fork   5.5 (3" post for BHD)
LO3 Lambda (in hand) POLARIS-K1-2AH Thorlabs 1 Custom Post 4.5 SS Fork 0 5.5 (3" post for BHD)
LO4 Lambda (in hand) POLARIS-K1-2AH Thorlabs 1 Custom Post 4.5 SS Fork 0 5.5 (3" post for BHD)
AS3 Lambda (in hand) POLARIS-K1-2AH Thorlabs 1 Custom Post 4.5 SS Fork 0 5.5 (3" post for BHD)
OMC1R3 Y1-1025-45P (in hand) POLARIS-K1-2AH Thorlabs 1 Custom Post 4.5 SS Fork 0 5.5 (3" post for BHD)
OMC1R4 Y1-1025-45P (in hand) POLARIS-K1-2AH Thorlabs 1 Custom Post 4.5 SS Fork 0 5.5 (3" post for BHD)
OMC2R3 Y1-1025-45P (in hand) POLARIS-K1-2AH Thorlabs 1 Custom Post 4.5 SS Fork 0 5.5 (3" post for BHD)
OMC2R4 Y1-1025-45P (in hand) POLARIS-K1-2AH Thorlabs 1 Custom Post 4.5 SS Fork 0 5.5 (3" post for BHD)
                   
OMC1R1 Y1-1025-45P (in hand) LMR1V Thorlabs 0.87 Custom Post 4.63 SS Fork 0 5.5 (3.13" post for BHD)
OMC2R1 NB1-K14 Thorlabs LMR1V Thorlabs 0.87 Custom Post 4.63 SS Fork 0 5.5 (3.13" post for BHD)

 

  16483   Wed Nov 24 14:15:15 2021 YehonathanUpdateBHDSOS assembly

Late update. We got 2 modified side blocks from Jordan a few days ago. Yesterday, I glued a side magnet to one of the modified side blocks.

I took the opportunity to reglue some magnets that were knocked off from the adapters. I did this for 2 adapters only since w need 4 shallow adapters and we already had 2 complete ones.

Today, Jordan gave us the rest of the modified side blocks clean and baked. We are ready to suspend a mirror today.

  16484   Wed Nov 24 14:34:15 2021 YehonathanUpdateBHDSaving on SUSAUX slow channels

Koji found out that the stock for BIO Acromag modules is very low and that the lead time for ordering new ones is ~ 1-year X-o.

We figure we might need to minimize the number of modules but still keep the Acromag chassis functional.

 

Looking at the new C1AUXEY feed-throughs spreadsheet one can see that we actually normally need only 1 BIO (not 2) module since there are 16 suspensions related bios + 1 green shutter which is unrelated to SUSAUX so there is no room to cut back here.

 

There are 16 analog input channels, 5 for PDMONs and 5 VMONs, and 6 spares which require 2 ADCs. Removing the spares and 2 monitoring channels will be enough to get us to 1 ADC.

  16489   Wed Dec 1 12:57:08 2021 YehonathanUpdateBHDSOS assembly

{Yehonathan, Tega}

We glued some magnets onto modified side blocks. We followed pretty much the same procedure form last time. The music wires were clamped on the side blocks away from the optic adapter. The clamps were screwed down using the low profile screws the Jordan obtained from UC components to allow maximum clearance for the coils (Attachment 2).

The modified side blocks with wires already clamped in them were screwed onto the adapter. We put the adapter on the EQ stops and do rough adjustments, making sure the side magnet is roughly on the center of a coil we inserted to the side. The wires were threaded through the wire clamp on the suspension block and clamped on the winches. We realigned the Oplev beam such that it is parallel to the table using the quad photodiode.

We balanced the height of the adapter. This time we used a camera facing the adapter. The tilt of the camera was set by drawing a straight line (red line in attachment 1) such that the bottom clamps on the SOS are parallel to it.

Then, we adjusted the winches such that the screws on the side blocks are on the same green line on attachment 1.

Once the height was adjusted, we clamped the wire on the suspension block and cut it at the winches.

We balanced the optic. We had to take out the front counterweight to get the balance (attachment 3).

We checked whether the wire is touching anything. We confirmed that it doesn't. The wire goes nicely through the new hole on the side blocks (attachment 4, 5).

We measure the resonance frequency for both yaw (attachment 6) and pitch (attachment 7). They both seem to be sub-Hz. The pitch trace also shows that the oscillations are centered around 0 meaning the optic is balanced.

There's still the issue of what to do with the lower back EQ stop not touching the adapter.

Attachment 1: SOS_Roll_Balance.png
SOS_Roll_Balance.png
Attachment 2: IMG_20211201_120041570.jpg
IMG_20211201_120041570.jpg
Attachment 3: IMG_20211201_115551005.jpg
IMG_20211201_115551005.jpg
Attachment 4: IMG_20211201_115640728.jpg
IMG_20211201_115640728.jpg
Attachment 5: IMG_20211201_115454629.jpg
IMG_20211201_115454629.jpg
Attachment 6: IMG_20211201_115717907.jpg
IMG_20211201_115717907.jpg
Attachment 7: Pitch_oscillations.png
Pitch_oscillations.png
  16491   Mon Dec 6 18:23:04 2021 YehonathanUpdateBHDSOS assembly

I installed OSEMs on the LO1 SOS. To my surprise, the side magnet is not in the center of the side OSEM. It completely misses the LED as can be seen in the attachment.

Looking at the CAD model, it turns out the position of the OSEM on the left side plate is different from the position of the OSEM on the right side plate in the SOS tower.

We need to take the optic down, swap the right and left side blocks, and resuspend it.

There is not enough 🤦🏻‍♂️in the world

Attachment 1: signal-2021-12-06-165751_001.jpeg
signal-2021-12-06-165751_001.jpeg
  16497   Thu Dec 9 21:57:35 2021 YehonathanUpdateBHDSOS assembly

{Yehonathan, Tega}

We took the optic out of the SOS tower and removed the side blocks. We mounted new side blocks with wires already clamped in them in the reverse order.

The Adapter was placed back into the SOS and the wires were threaded through the wire clamp and suspended on the winches. The roll of the optic was balanced using a camera (attachment 1).

The pitch was balanced. this time I used 2 counterweights instead of 1 in order to not have to take so much of the weight out.

The mechanical resonances were measured by taking a 100 sec time series of QPD readout and doing PSD estimation (attachment 2). The mirror motion was damped as much as possible before taking the measurement.

3 peaks below 1.5Hz can be seen with frequencies of 755mHz (Yaw), 942mHz, 1040mHz (Pitch + Pos). The pitch/pos peaks are a bit close to each other, I bet if we go back to 1 counterweight the situation will be better.

While inserting the side OSEM I realized I didn't check the overall height of the adapter. The magnet was too high. I will fix it tomorrow and repeat the roll balancing.

 

Attachment 1: balancingsos2.png
balancingsos2.png
Attachment 2: FreeSwingingSpectra.pdf
FreeSwingingSpectra.pdf
  16499   Fri Dec 10 15:59:23 2021 PacoUpdateBHDFinished Coil driver (even serial number) units tests

[Paco, Anchal]

We have completed modifications and testing of the HAM Coil driver D1100687 units with serial numbers listed below. The DCC tree reflects these changes and tests (Run/Acq modes transfer functions).

SERIAL # TEST result
S2100608 PASS
S2100610 PASS
S2100612 PASS
S2100614 PASS
S2100616 PASS
S2100618 PASS
S2100620 PASS
S2100622 PASS
S2100624 PASS
S2100626 PASS
S2100628 PASS
S2100630 PASS
S2100632 PASS
S2101648** FAIL (Ch1, Ch3 run mode)
S2101650** FAIL (Ch3 run mode)
S2101652** PASS
S2101654** PASS

** A fix had to be done on the DC power supply for these. The units' regulated power boards were not connected to the raw DC power, so the cabling had to be modified accordingly (see Attachment #1)

Attachment 1: dc_fail.jpg
dc_fail.jpg
  16505   Tue Dec 14 14:02:33 2021 YehonathanUpdateBHDSOS assembly

{Yehonathan, Paco}

I fixed the overall height of the adapter (attachment 1). I put an OSEM next to the side magnet. I positioned a camera in front of the SOS and connected it to my laptop for live streaming. I painted a line indicating the height of the OSEM plates and a line in between with the mean height. I discarded the wire clamp on the suspension block I released the wires from the winches and pulled on them until the magnet was roughly in the right position. I clamped the wires back on the winches and adjusted them until the magnet was on the middle line. I also verified that the roll of the adapter is aligned as before by making sure that the horizontal features on the adapter are parallel to the horizontal features on the SOS tower.

The wires were clamped to the suspension block using a new wire clamp.

I Found that locking the counterweight setscrew changes the alignment. Today we verified this effect. We released the setscrew and pre-compensated by adjusting the counterweight such that when the setscrew was locked the mirror was aligned.

We measured mechanical resonances (attachment 2). This time the yaw motion was very quiet so we got a smaller peak for the yaw. The peaks are the same as before. Y readout has peaks around the pitch and pos resonances that don't appear in the X readout. I'm not sure what they are. Maybe coming from the QPD electronics.

We locked the adapter using the EQ stops. We made sure the alignment stays close to ideal.

We installed OSEMs on the SOS. We chose suboptimal OSEMs because LO1 will only be used for steering. I made a spreadsheet copying the OSEM catalog into it. There we mark which OSEM goes where.

I cleaned the optic using the ion gun with a pressure of 30 PSI.

The next steps are:

1. Engrave the SOS tower.

2. Cut the wire at the winches and remove the winch adapter plate.

3. Wrap the SOS with foil.

4. Install the SOS in the vacuum chamber.

 

 

Attachment 1: magnetcentring.png
magnetcentring.png
Attachment 2: FreeSwingingSpectra.pdf
FreeSwingingSpectra.pdf
  16506   Tue Dec 14 19:29:42 2021 PacoUpdateBHD1Y0 rack work for LO1

[Paco]

Two coil drivers have been installed on 1Y0 (slots 6, 7, for LO1 SOS). All connections have been made from the DAC, AI board, DAC adapter, Coil driver, Sat Amp box. Then no SOS load installed, all return connections have been made from Sat Amp box, ADC adapter, AA board, and to ADC. We will continue this work tomorrow, and try to test everything before closing the loop for LO1 suspension.

  16509   Wed Dec 15 16:11:38 2021 AnchalSummaryBHDPart VIII of BHR upgrade - Placed LO1

[Anchal, Yehonathan, Paco]


Today we opened ITMX chamber and removed the following optics and placed them in the Xend flow bench (see attachment 1):

  • POPM1
  • POPM2

Yehonathan brought his first SOS baby next to ITMX chamber. The suspension was carried by hands throughout. He gave me the suspension over the IMC beam tube from where I placed it on the table. I checked through the OSEMs and the face magnets were still on. I could not verify the side magnet but nothing seemed out of place.

I then moved LO1 near its planned place. I had to bolt it at 1 inch North and 0.5 inch West of its planned position because the side OSEM on ITMX is long and protrudes out of the base footprint. Even if it was small, the current layout would make the OSEM pins of the side OSEMs of ITMX and LO1 very near each other. So we can not place LO1 closer to ITMX from current position. This means the layout needs to be redesigned a bit for the modified position of LO1. I believe it will significantly shift and turn the beam from LO1 to LO2, so we might need to change the beam upstream from TT2 onwards. More discussion is required.

Unfortunately, what I thought was clicking photos was just changing modes between video and image mode, so I have no photos from today but only a video that I recorded in the end.


Photos: https://photos.app.goo.gl/23kpCknP3vz7YVrS

 

Attachment 1: signal-2021-12-15-161437.jpeg
signal-2021-12-15-161437.jpeg
  16510   Wed Dec 15 17:44:18 2021 KojiSummaryBHDPart VIII of BHR upgrade - Placed LO1

If ITMX already has another side magnet, we can migrate the side OSEM of ITMX to the other side. This way, the interference of the OSEMs can be avoided.

  16511   Wed Dec 15 22:09:53 2021 YehonathanUpdateBHDSOS assembly

{Paco, Yehonathan, Anchal}

I cut the wires from the winches and removed the winch adapter plate. I engrave  'LO1' on the SOS tower. Me and Paco wrapped the SOS with foil and transported it to Anchal who put it inside the ITMX chamber.

The transportation seems to be successful. Nothing broke. However, we found that even with the short side OSEM the LO1, as it is now, cannot sit in its designed position since ITMX's side OSEM stands in its way.

If there are magnets on both ITMX sides we can move its side OSEM to the other side. Another option is to resuspend LO1 with a side magnet on its left side.

 

  16512   Thu Dec 16 12:21:16 2021 AnchalUpdateBHDCoil driver test failed for S2100619-v1

Today I found one of the coil driver boards, S2100619 failed the test on CH2. There appears to be an extra phase lag after 10 kHz and some resonant-like feature at 7 kHz. This of course is very high-frequency stuff and maybe we don't care about these deviations. But it could mean something is off with the channel and could potentially lead to failure in the relevant frequency band in the future. I'll need help to debug this. Please see the attachment for details of test failure.

Attachment 1: D1100687_S2100619-v1_TF_CH2_Not_Matching.pdf
D1100687_S2100619-v1_TF_CH2_Not_Matching.pdf D1100687_S2100619-v1_TF_CH2_Not_Matching.pdf
  16514   Thu Dec 16 15:32:59 2021 AnchalUpdateBHDFinished Coil driver (odd serial number) units tests

We have completed modifications and testing of the HAM Coil driver D1100687 units with serial numbers listed below. The DCC tree reflects these changes and tests (Run/Acq modes transfer functions).

SERIAL # TEST result
S2100609 PASS
S2100611 PASS
S2100613 PASS
S2100615 PASS
S2100617 PASS
S2100619 FAIL (CH2 phase)
S2100621 PASS
S2100623 PASS
S2100625 PASS
S2100627 PASS
S2100629 PASS
S2100631 PASS
S2100633 Waiting for more components
S2101649** PASS
S2101651** PASS
S2101653** PASS
S2101655** PASS

** A fix had to be done on the DC power supply for these. The units' regulated power boards were not connected to the raw DC power, so the cabling had to be modified accordingly.

Further, Paco fixed the two even serial number units (S2101648, S211650) that failed the test. The issues were minor soldering mistakes that were easily resolved.

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