Difference: MultiModuleSet-up (2 vs. 3)

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Multi Module Set-up

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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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