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Entry  Sun Jul 18 18:32:08 2010, Frank, DailyProgress, Computers, Master MEDM screen for RefCav experiment medmScreen.png
    Reply  Sun Jul 18 23:59:52 2010, Jenne, DailyProgress, Computers, Master MEDM screen for RefCav experiment 
       Reply  Mon Jul 19 03:39:51 2010, Rana, DailyProgress, Computers, Master MEDM screen for RefCav experiment 
       Reply  Wed Jul 21 10:39:10 2010, Frank, DailyProgress, Computers, Master MEDM screen for RefCav experiment 
Message ID: 235     Entry time: Wed Jul 21 10:39:10 2010     In reply to: 232
Author: Frank 
Type: DailyProgress 
Category: Computers 
Subject: Master MEDM screen for RefCav experiment 

i don't know the units for the strength, but it's showing how good the reception of the signal is.I can't be dBm or something like that, so i don't know what units they use for that kind of quality signal.

The success rate is basically percent. Same situation here, there is no explanation for this signal, but it goes from 0 to 100 so it's percent.
If the value drops below 100 that basically means that the sensor is close to the range limit or the batteries are empty and so the communication is bad and we are loosing some data points...

the reason for some funny numbers like getting energy out of the PMC is that most of those channels are not connected or not calibrated yet. The PMC refl power is an open input

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While I guess it's a nice idea to put a Success = 100 meter on all of our MEDM screens for motivational purposes, what are the units on this one / the meaning of it?  Everything else makes sense (except maybe for the strength....are strength and success related?), but the success is confusing.

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i prepared a master screen for the refcav experiment.
This main screen contains all important numbers to figure out what the status of the experiment is.
It also contains several stripcharts which monitor important values like temperatures of the cavities, transmitted power levels etc over time.
It also has several buttons which link to the individual sub-screens which already exist for our subsystems.

 

 

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