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  8976   Wed Aug 7 10:51:49 2013 SteveUpdateVACPumpdown at 26hrs

 Cold cathode gauge CC1 -h (horizontal) just coming on 9.2e-5 Torr

P2 is the fore line pressure of the maglev. One can see the 4 Torr load during switching over to turbo pumping.

CC4  5e-9 Torr is the performance of the maglev pumping on the RGA only.

The annuloses are not pumped  now.  They are closed off to see how much outgassing plus leak they have.

Configuration: vacuum normal, annuloses not  pumped

Condition: normal

Precondition: 14 days at atm, IOO chamber north door was taken off as a new entrance, the ETMX chamber was not opened.

What is new in the vacuum system: new P1 pirani gauge, gold plated clean allen wrench and ..........what else was dropped?

Note: the wireless laptop did not fail once all day yesterday. I want to give credit to the person who is responsible for this.

 

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  8978   Wed Aug 7 15:36:29 2013 SteveUpdateVACTP2 drypump replaced

 

 TP2's fore line - dry pump replaced at performance level 600 mTorr after 10,377 hrs of continuous operation.

Where are the foreline pressure gauges? These values are not on the vac.medm screen.

The new tip seal dry pump lowered the small turbo foreline pressure 10x

TP2fl after 2 day of pumping 65mTorr

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  8984   Thu Aug 8 07:57:23 2013 SteveUpdateVACpumpdown at 48 hrs

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 TP2's fore line - dry pump replaced at performance level 600 mTorr after 10,377 hrs of continuous operation.

 

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  8985   Thu Aug 8 10:31:28 2013 SteveUpdateVACfew reminders of this vent

 1, Vacuum envelope grounds must be connected all times!  After door removal reconnect both cables immediately.

 2, The crane folding had a new issue of getting cut as picture shows.

 3, Too much oplev light is scattered. This picture was taken just before we put on the heavy door.

 4, We were unprepared to hold the smaller side chamber door 29" od of the IOC

 5, Silicon bronze 1/2-13 nuts for chamber doors will be replaced. They are not smooth turning.

 

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  9002   Tue Aug 13 07:40:53 2013 SteveUpdateCDSc1iscex needs help

 

 Sorrensen ps ouput of +15V at rack 1X9 was current limited to 10.3V @ 2A

Increased threshold to 2.1A  and the voltage is up to 14.7V

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  9003   Tue Aug 13 11:04:44 2013 SteveUpdatePEMfluorecent lights

Our fluorecent lights became obsolete.  We'll have change fixtures over to some more energy efficient one. Do you have any recommendation regarding to less noise performer unit?

We may go this direction of LED fluorecent lamps ?

  9011   Wed Aug 14 08:24:20 2013 SteveUpdateVACpumpdown at day 8

 

 

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  9013   Thu Aug 15 09:34:12 2013 SteveUpdateGeneralWilcoxon cables rescued

Eric and Steve,

 We removed Wilcoxon Accelerometer PS and Amplifier unit under the BS optical tabel yesterday. The six cabels going to DAQ  were labeled and left in place. Gain setting were 100, except channel 3 was 10.

The ~ 40 m long 2 sets of 3 cables were very happy to get their kinks out. Especially the set going just south of ITMX optical  table.

We have to take better care of these cables! Your data will be useless this way.

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  9017   Fri Aug 16 09:35:18 2013 SteveUpdateVACVacuum Normal state recognition is back

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Apparently all of the ION pump valves (VIPEE, VIPEV, VIPSV, VIPSE) opened, which vented the main volume up to 62 mTorr.  All of the annulus valves (VAVSE, VAVSV, VAVBS, VAVEV, VAVEE) also appeared to be open.  One of the roughing pumps was also turned on.  Other stuff we didn't notice?  Bad. 

 Several of the suspensions were kicked pretty hard (600+ mV on some sensors) as a result of this quick vent wind.  All of the suspensions are damped now, so it doesn't look like we suffered any damage to suspensions.

CLOSE CALL on the vacuum system:

Jamie and I disabled V1, VM2 and VM3 gate valves by disconnecting their 120V solenoid actuator before the swap of the VME crate.

The vacuum controller unexpectedly lost control over the swap as Jamie described it. We were lucky not to do any damage! The ion pumps were cold and clean. We have not used them for years so their outgassing possibly  accumulated to reach ~10-50 Torr

I disconnected_ immobilized and labelled the following 6 valves:  the 4 large ion pump gate valves and VC1,  VC2  of the cryo pump. Note: the valves on the cryo pump stayed closed. It is crucial that a warm cry pump is kept closed!

This will not allow the same thing to happen again and protect the IFO from warm cryo contamination.

The down side of this that the computer can not identify vacuum states any longer.

This vacuum system badly needs an upgrade. I will make a list.

 While I was doing the oil change of the roughing pumps I accidentally touched the 24 V adjustment knob on the power supply.

All valve closed to default condition. I realized that the current indicator was red at 0.2A  and the voltage fluctuated from 3-13V

Increased current limiter to 0.4A and set voltage to 24V     I think this was the reason for the caos of valve switching during the VME swap.

 

 Based on the facts above I reconnected VC1 and VC2 valves.  State recognition is working.  Ion pumps are turned off and their gate valves are disabled. 

We learned that even with closed off gate valves while at atmosphere  ion pumps outgass hydrocarbons at 1e-6 Torr level.  We have not used them for this reason in the passed 9 rears.

 

I need help with implementing V1 interlock triggered by Maglev failure signal  and-or P2 pressure.

MEDM screen agrees with vacuum rack signs.

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  9024   Mon Aug 19 07:53:48 2013 SteveUpdateSUSETMX damping restored

ETMX sus damping restored

  9026   Mon Aug 19 09:54:13 2013 SteveUpdatesafetyMasayuki receives safety training

Masayuki Nakano, a student of Seiji's from ICRR / U Tokyo, is visiting us here at the 40m lab for the next couple months.

He received 40m specific basic safety training this morning.

  9027   Mon Aug 19 10:03:17 2013 SteveHowToGeneralhow not to leave a cable

We can not leave cables connected like this. This is a burned toast award.

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  9029   Mon Aug 19 11:12:54 2013 SteveUpdateVACRGA scan at day 13

 

 

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  9034   Mon Aug 19 17:40:32 2013 SteveUpdateGreen LockingXend green layout corrections

 Shutter moved, no more clipping.

Pick-off mirror 2" replaced by 1" one. Laseroptik HR 532nm, incident angle 30-45 degrees, AR 532 nm

Green REFL PD moved to 4" close to pick-off mirror. Pd being close to pick-off does not separate multiple reflections on it. I'll replace Laseroptic mirror with Al one. It is not easy to find.

 Hole cut into side wall for doubler oven cable to exit.

 

 

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  9039   Tue Aug 20 10:59:15 2013 SteveUpdateGreen LockingXend green layout corrections

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 Shutter moved, no more clipping.

Pick-off mirror 2" replaced by 1" one. Laseroptik HR 532nm, incident angle 30-45 degrees, AR 532 nm

Green REFL PD moved to 4" close to pick-off mirror. Pd being close to pick-off does not separate multiple reflections on it. I'll replace Laseroptic mirror with Al one. It is not easy to find.

 Hole cut into side wall for doubler oven cable to exit.

 

 

 Beam trap for Pd refl is in place. Cabeling is ti·died up.

 Laseroptic 1" mirror is replaced by Al 1" mirror. Problem remains the same. This diffraction patter has to be coming from the Faraday.

  Atm1, good separation when Pd is far 

  Atm2, bad separation when Pd is close 

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  9083   Wed Aug 28 11:15:02 2013 SteveUpdateGreen LockingXend green layout corrections

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 Shutter moved, no more clipping.

Pick-off mirror 2" replaced by 1" one. Laseroptik HR 532nm, incident angle 30-45 degrees, AR 532 nm

Green REFL PD moved to 4" close to pick-off mirror. Pd being close to pick-off does not separate multiple reflections on it. I'll replace Laseroptic mirror with Al one. It is not easy to find.

 Hole cut into side wall for doubler oven cable to exit.

 

 

 Beam trap for Pd refl is in place. Cabeling is ti·died up.

 Laseroptic 1" mirror is replaced by Al 1" mirror. Problem remains the same. This diffraction patter has to be coming from the Faraday.

  Atm1, good separation when Pd is far 

  Atm2, bad separation when Pd is close 

 The extra high post 3.375"  for PZT is ready. We also have 2 more 2" green Laseroptik mirrors. I'm ready to swap them in.

The  75 mm  focal length  lens  was placed in front of the green REFL PD yesterday.

  9084   Wed Aug 28 11:23:41 2013 SteveUpdateVACcrane repair sheduled

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 1, Vacuum envelope grounds must be connected all times!  After door removal reconnect both cables immediately.

 2, The crane folding had a new issue of getting cut as picture shows.

 3, Too much oplev light is scattered. This picture was taken just before we put on the heavy door.

 4, We were unprepared to hold the smaller side chamber door 29" od of the IOC

 5, Silicon bronze 1/2-13 nuts for chamber doors will be replaced. They are not smooth turning.

 

 Fred Goldbar of KoneCranes will come 7:30am Wednesday, September 4 to look at this issue.

It is changed to Thursday morning.

  9085   Wed Aug 28 15:41:42 2013 SteveUpdateVACRGA scan at day 23

 Valve configuration: Vacuum Normal

pd76-m-d23

 

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  9092   Fri Aug 30 14:31:57 2013 SteveUpdateGeneralcleaning up

I cleaned up around MC2 and 1Y1 area this morning.

ETMY NPRO moved from the side to the center of the low shelf. Thorlab catalog " as spacer " removed after lunch.

The Lightwave Controller values: LT 40.4C,  LTEC +0.1V,  T 41.041C,  Pwr 239 mW,  Adj 0,  DC 1.82A,  DPM  0.0V,  Neon OFF,  Ldon OFF,  Display 5,  DT 21.0C,  Dtec +1.0V

 

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  9097   Tue Sep 3 10:54:33 2013 SteveHowToGeneralHow To Coil Cables

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 http://youtu.be/pEd7ru24Vx0

 B grade Nobel is awarded.

                                  If cables could dream?

This skill should be  mandatory for LIGOX graduates.

  9098   Tue Sep 3 14:23:21 2013 SteveUpdatePEM earthquakes

 ~Vancuver, Canada earthquakes: magnitude 6,  5  and more shaking

 

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  9110   Thu Sep 5 10:28:17 2013 SteveUpdateSUSPRM side

I think the crane repair guy accidentally  stepped on the  BSC support beam.

PRM side is not coming down.

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  9111   Thu Sep 5 10:47:58 2013 SteveUpdateVACvertex crane folding issue

 

 [Fred Goldbar, Mike Gerfen, Dennis Coyne and Steve]

We inspected the hinge, 1.25" cross pin and I-beams. It is hard to explain what is  causing the folding I-beam corner to jam against the main I-beam.

To limit the motion of the folding I-beam  cross pin bushing will be added. This will take a week to complete.

 

 

 

 

 

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  9115   Fri Sep 6 09:27:10 2013 SteveUpdateVAC31 days after pumpdown

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 Valve configuration: Vacuum Normal

 

 

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  9117   Mon Sep 9 15:33:06 2013 SteveUpdateVACvertex crane repair is scheduled

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 [Fred Goldbar, Mike Gerfen, Dennis Coyne and Steve]

We inspected the hinge, 1.25" cross pin and I-beams. It is hard to explain what is  causing the folding I-beam corner to jam against the main I-beam.

To limit the motion of the folding I-beam  cross pin bushing will be added. This will take a week to complete.

 

 

 

 

 

 KoneCrane contact John McDaniel (562) 903 - 1371,

Wednesday, September 18,  folding I-beam will be removed.  KoneCrane will start working at 7:30am and they should be out by 12:30pm

 Friday,  September 20, reinstalling machined hinge on the I-beam. Same timing schedule as Wednesday.

  9119   Tue Sep 10 09:18:22 2013 SteveUpdateVACdry pump is getting loud

 

 TP3 foreline's dry pump is getting noisier and noisier.  Turbo TP3 is pumping on the annulos. The foreline pressure is 7.2 mTorr and it is not degrading. It was swapped in March 5, 2013

The seal is very good, but the bearing is dying.

 

 

 

  9120   Tue Sep 10 15:43:01 2013 SteveUpdateVACTP3' dry pump is replaced

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 TP3 foreline's dry pump is getting noisier and noisier.  Turbo TP3 is pumping on the annulos. The foreline pressure is 7.2 mTorr and it is not degrading. It was swapped in March 5, 2013

The seal is very good, but the bearing is dying.

 

 

 

 The drypump is replaced at 95,781 hrs on TP3 controller time. The foreline pressure is 30 mTorr and dropping.

 It is 13 mTorr after 17 hours of pumping.

  9129   Mon Sep 16 10:57:11 2013 SteveUpdateVACRGA scan at day 41

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 Valve configuration: Vacuum Normal

 

 Finally we reached 1.0e-5 Torr, cc1 (h) at day 41. There must be a leak or cold cathode gauge is not reading correctly. The gauge is new. It should not take this long.

All chamber annulos pressures are normal.

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  9139   Wed Sep 18 14:57:12 2013 SteveUpdateVACvertex crane folding arm removed

 The folding beam removed as shown. Two man supporting it while I hammering it out. Pin was dry and it gulled into supporting hinges.

The rotating hinge will be machined and bushing will be added with Zerk fitting or similar. This will allow lubrication in the future.

 see elog #9111

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  9140   Thu Sep 19 10:24:58 2013 SteveUpdatePEMPRM damping restored after earth quake

Local m3.8 eq shakes PRM lose.

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  9144   Fri Sep 20 08:15:30 2013 SteveUpdateComputer Scripts / ProgramsOttavia, Rossa and Pianosa

Ottavia, Rossa  and Pianosa are running out of storage  space.

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  9145   Fri Sep 20 09:49:06 2013 SteveUpdateSUSOptical Lever Trend for 180 days: bad ETMY & PRM

I'm working on it.

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  9146   Fri Sep 20 16:37:30 2013 SteveUpdateVACvertex crane folding arm is back on

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 The folding beam removed as shown. Two man supporting it while I hammering it out. Pin was dry and it gulled into supporting hinges.

The rotating hinge will be machined and bushing will be added with Zerk fitting or similar. This will allow lubrication in the future.

 see elog #9111

Atm1,  The folding arm is back on with 0.1" misalignment at no load in the trolly's way. The other side of the I beam is 0.02" higher than the main beam.. New bushing and pin were greased up  with Krytox before installation.

The axial Zerk 1/8" pipe in the pin upper end can not take any fitting. There is no room. It is taped off.

This gap comes down to ~ 1/16" at fully extended arm with 225 lbs load at the end of it.

The present plan is to grind down the  the misalignment of 0.1"  for a slow-loaded trolly.

Steve Baker of Konacranes will be back to grind down this ridge and load test at 500 lbs on Tuesday,  OCT  1, 2013

 

 

 

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  9164   Thu Sep 26 10:55:29 2013 SteveUpdateGeneralY-arm floor space for test

Liyuon will set up a  ~5 mW He/Ne laser for  waist measurement for LIGO oplev telescope.

This  will be between the beam tube and the CES wall. He will do his tests in the morning.

  9165   Thu Sep 26 11:00:51 2013 SteveUpdateSUSProblems with ETMY Optical Lever

We are out of JDSU-Uniphase 1103P heads. I'm ordering some right now. I'm planning to make some corrections on Rana's list tomorrow morning at ETMY.

  9173   Mon Sep 30 08:53:22 2013 SteveUpdateVACvertex crane repair schedule has changed

Quote:

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 The folding beam removed as shown. Two man supporting it while I hammering it out. Pin was dry and it gulled into supporting hinges.

The rotating hinge will be machined and bushing will be added with Zerk fitting or similar. This will allow lubrication in the future.

 see elog #9111

Atm1,  The folding arm is back on with 0.1" misalignment at no load in the trolly's way. The other side of the I beam is 0.02" higher than the main beam.. New bushing and pin were greased up  with Krytox before installation.

The axial Zerk 1/8" pipe in the pin upper end can not take any fitting. There is no room. It is taped off.

This gap comes down to ~ 1/16" at fully extended arm with 225 lbs load at the end of it.

The present plan is to grind down the  the misalignment of 0.1"  for a slow-loaded trolly.

Steve Baker of Konecranes will be back to grind down this ridge and load test at 500 lbs on Tuesday,  OCT  1, 2013

 

 

 

 Konecranes rescheduled the completion of the Vertex crane to Wednesday, Oct. 2

  9180   Tue Oct 1 10:06:27 2013 SteveUpdatePEMparticle counts

How can we improve the cleanliness of the 40m IFO room 104 ? May be Mario Batali crocs if you chief chef of the lab likes it. We can do more effective things.

Atm 1 is showing the lab air quality dependence on outside air  measured at the top of the IOO chamber. This made me to measure the   differential  pressure between lab and out side.

Properly sized air conditioner is over pressurizing it's room by 0.05 [" Water] like clean assembly room.

The 40m at Vertex location is barely getting pressurized to 0.01 " W

The control room is OK with 0.04 " W but it's air quality is very bad! It is 10x worse at 0.5 micron than IFO room.

Every entry from well pressurized control room into barely pressurized  IFO  pumps dirty air to our "clean room."

This door should be closed.

The drill- room entry is ideal because it is using the same air conditioner as the  main lab, therefore it has cleaner air.

 

Things to do: seal holes of CES walls, seal paint wall at south end so it will shed less, replace gas kits on doors.

I have plugged the cable tray space entering the control room above Rosalba.

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  9185   Wed Oct 2 14:25:39 2013 SteveUpdateVACvertex crane is still out of order

 

The smoke alarms were turned off and surrounding areas were covered with plastic.

The folding I-beam was ground down to be in level with the main beam.

Load bearing cable moved into correct position. New folding spring installed.

Crane calibration was done at 500 lbs at the end of the fully extended jib.

Than we realized that the rotating wheel limit switch stopped working.

This means that the crane is still out of order.

 

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  9196   Thu Oct 3 09:49:49 2013 SteveUpdateSUSETMY oplev laser is sick

Quote:

As another proof that sometime is ill with ETMX Optical Lever:

We scanned the ETMX bias in PIT using ezcastep and saw that the OL response is very screwy. In the attached, you can see that the ETMX SUSPIT signal shows that the actual motion is good and linear. In fact, our sus diagonalization is extermely good and there's almost no signal in SUSYAW.

 ETMY oplev laser clearly showing a tail when it was projected up the sealing.

PS (10-4-2013): I checked the beam quality again as it was removed from the table: it had a good image at 3 meters

  9212   Mon Oct 7 10:51:18 2013 SteveUpdateSUSReplaced the laser for Optical Lever of ETMY

 Just plot.

RA: I'm not sure how to interperet this; I think that the SUM channel is divided by the SUM so that this is supposed to be RIN, but not sure. Can someone please take a look into the SUS model and then explain in the elog what the SUM normalization algorithm is?

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  9220   Tue Oct 8 08:58:16 2013 SteveUpdateSUSOplev power spectrums

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 Just plot.

RA: I'm not sure how to interperet this; I think that the SUM channel is divided by the SUM so that this is supposed to be RIN, but not sure. Can someone please take a look into the SUS model and then explain in the elog what the SUM normalization algorithm is?

 

PRM is dark. PRM and SRM oplev servos are off. ETMY is not centered.

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  9221   Tue Oct 8 11:29:30 2013 SteveUpdatePEMno Janitor day today

This was the second week without wet mopping the floor and wet wipe down of the vacuum envelope.

We changed filters on the 40m "HEPA" vacuum pump. It still has very dirty exhaust. Do not use it in clean room!

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  9223   Wed Oct 9 11:48:10 2013 SteveUpdateVACRGA scan at day 65

 

 Valve configuration: Vacuum Normal

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  9224   Wed Oct 9 15:00:48 2013 SteveUpdatePEMfreshmen tour

 [Alan, Koji, Manasa]

Record number of 50 freshmen were given tour of the 40m this afternoon.

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  9229   Thu Oct 10 08:25:07 2013 SteveUpdatesafetyChris received safety training

Chris Couste, our new undergrad help received 40m specific, basic safety training yesterday.

  9230   Thu Oct 10 11:30:15 2013 SteveUpdateSUSOplev power spectrums: PIT-YAW

 

Power spetrum of ETMX and ETMY in the view of oplev  pitch and yaw.

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  9241   Tue Oct 15 15:25:13 2013 SteveUpdateSUSOplev power spectrums bandwidths

  Atm1 bandwidth 0.01 Hz ETMY plot is different from

Atm2 bandwidth 0.1 Hz  normal ???????    They should be the same !!!!

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  9246   Wed Oct 16 10:32:40 2013 SteveUpdateSUSFlowbench effect on oplev error signals

 ETMX _OPLEV_...ERROR signals are effected by turning ON the  flow bench motor  at the south end 

 The broadband noise [~ 5-60 Hz] is much higher when the motor is running.

The flow bench was turned off.

 

 

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  9253   Fri Oct 18 08:12:08 2013 SteveUpdatePEM1000 days trends
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  9254   Fri Oct 18 15:18:49 2013 SteveUpdatePEM particle count peak or ...

Sunday evening fireworks. Manasa heard it.

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