What I meant was the VCO driver, not the FSS box.
As for the frequency, all written numbers were the Marconi displays.
The number on the frequency counter was also recorded, and so will be added to the previous entry shortly...
I propose that from now on, we indicate in the elog what frequencies we're referring to. In this case, I guess its the front panel readback and not the frequency counter -- what is the frequency counter readback? And is everything still locked to the 10 MHz from the GPS locked Rubidium clock?
Plus, what FSS Box? The TTFSS servo box? Or the VCO driver? As far as I know, the RC trans PD doesn't go through the FSS boxes, and so its a real change. I guess that a bad contact in the FSS could have made a huge locking offset.
Locking has gone sour. The CARM to MCL handoff, which is fairly early in the full procedure and usally robust, is failing reliably.
As soon as the SUS-MC2_MCL gain is reduced, lock is broken. There appears to be an instability around 10Hz. Not sure if it's related.
Whatever the locking problem was, the power of magical thinking has forced it to retreat for now. The IFO is currently locked, having completed the full up script. One more thing for which to be thankful.