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  Pages on running the RCE can be found here.
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The system is based up the RCE firmware to control and monitor each module (single or quad chip sensor).
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The system is based up the RCE firmware to control and monitor each module (single or quad chip sensor). At them moment we have 4 RCEs, which gives the potential to run 32 (8x4) chips.
 
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Single module set-up

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Basic set-up

 
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The single module set-up at Glasgow uses an RCE board with an external switch (Baseline 2948) and is attached to an HSIO board and Cosmic board with 8 RJ45 ports.
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  • 4 RCEs (26,27,38,39)
  • 2 HSIO boards
  • 2 IBL adaptor boards
  • 2 breakout boards (homemade), each with 100 pin Samtec
  • up to 32 FEI4 chips
 
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Multi module set-up

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Power Supplies

 
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For 16 chips, i.e. 4 quad modules, two RCE cards are required. Each RCE board has two separate cards and along with 2 HSIO boards (i.e. one more) this is compatible with 16 chips. However, the Cosmic must be replaced with two IBL type adapter boards, each with 8 inputs and 16 outputs on a 100 pin Samtec connector.
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LVDS
  • TTi Power Supply constant voltage (2 outputs)
  • Keysight E3634A Power Supply for constant current (1 output)
  • Agilent E3647A Power Supply for constant current (2 outputs)

High Voltage

  • Keithley 237
  -- Kenneth Wraight - 2014-10-13

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RCE

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Pages on running the RCE can be found here.
 The system is based up the RCE firmware to control and monitor each module (single or quad chip sensor).
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Pages on running the RCE can be found here
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Single module set-up

The single module set-up at Glasgow uses an RCE board with an external switch (Baseline 2948) and is attached to an HSIO board and Cosmic board with 8 RJ45 ports.

Multi module set-up

For 16 chips, i.e. 4 quad modules, two RCE cards are required. Each RCE board has two separate cards and along with 2 HSIO boards (i.e. one more) this is compatible with 16 chips. However, the Cosmic must be replaced with two IBL type adapter boards, each with 8 inputs and 16 outputs on a 100 pin Samtec connector.

  -- Kenneth Wraight - 2014-10-13

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Multi Module Set-up

Pages detailing Glasgow's multi-module set-up.

The basic goal is to run multiple quad sensor modules simultaneously to test the electronic properties of the system.

RCE

The system is based up the RCE firmware to control and monitor each module (single or quad chip sensor).

Pages on running the RCE can be found here

-- Kenneth Wraight - 2014-10-13

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