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Low-level Controls

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Location: 1200 Molecular Plant Science Building, Michigan State University
Date: 19 May 13:30 - 3:35 PM

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Type: 5 minute contribution Session: Low-level Controls
Using Apache Camel to setup routes from FRIB IOC Info JSON Service to ElasticSearch.
Presented by Mr. Evan DAYKIN on 19/5/2015 at 15:30
Type: 15 minute contribution Session: Low-level Controls
While evaluating motion control systems, the Motion Control and Automation Group created "The EPICS Communication Module" to connect EPICS to a Beckhoff/TwinCAT system via TCP/IP. EPICS Streamdevice can be used as well as the motorRecord.
Presented by Mr. Torsten BÖGERSHAUSEN on 19/5/2015 at 13:45
Type: 15 minute contribution Session: Low-level Controls
The Raspberry Pi is a very small size computer and it can connect to various sensors via GPIO ports. So It can be used not only IOC but also control device itself. In this report we'd like to present how to use and integrate into epics system. The first one is environment monitoring system which is consist of temperature sensor and serviced via web browser. The next one is a raspberry pi training ... More
Presented by Mr. Changwook SON on 19/5/2015 at 15:15
Type: 15 minute contribution Session: Low-level Controls
Until recently VME RTEMS-based IOCs have been the platform of choice for control systems at SLAC. Cost and hardware availability make industrial PCs running Linux an attractive option for EPICS based IOCs. The CONFIG_PREEMPT_RT patch has been used to significantly improve the real-time performance of Linux. We will discuss real-time performance issues and migration experience for LinuxRT based ... More
Presented by Mitch D'EWART on 19/5/2015 at 18:15
Type: 15 minute contribution Session: Low-level Controls
EPICS control systems attach timestamps to data at the hardware or IOC level. This presentation will give an overview of available times (local time, UTC, GPS time, international atomic time), discuss their advantages/disadvantages and describe the planned implementation for FRIB.
Presented by Dr. Martin KONRAD on 19/5/2015 at 14:45
Type: 15 minute contribution Session: Low-level Controls
The Linac Coherent Light Source is a free electron laser (FEL) facility operating at the SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory (SLAC). The controls for low current powered magnets use a multi-channel power supply controller system (MCOR) to meet the requirements for LCLS. It has a modular architecture that consists of a rack mounted crate, with 16 removable power modules and 1 crate controller. ... More
Presented by Ms. Kristi LUCHINI on 19/5/2015 at 14:30
Type: 15 minute contribution Session: Low-level Controls
LCLS-I MPS has been upgraded by adding BSA (Beam Synchronous Acquisition) IOC running on linuxRT which is already receiving BSA data from all 6 BLM MPS link nodes. Updating the rest of the 9 PIC MPS link nodes is in progress. We will also briefly present the roadmap to add automatic rate recovery capability to the LCLS-I MPS.
Presented by Gasper JANSA on 19/5/2015 at 14:00
Type: 15 minute contribution Session: Low-level Controls
A correct measurement of NSLS-II beam parameters (beam position, beam size, circulating current, beam emittance, etc.) depends on the effective combinations of beam monitors, control and data acquisition system, and high level physics applications. This talk will present EPICS-based control system for NSLS-II diagnostics and give detailed descriptions of diagnostics controls interfaces including c ... More
Presented by Dr. Yong HU on 19/5/2015 at 13:30
Type: 15 minute contribution Session: Low-level Controls
softGlue is an EPICS module that supports the Acromag IP-EP20x IndustryPack module (FPGA-based digital I/O). It enables users and application developers to construct small, simple, digital electronic circuits, and to connect those circuits to field wiring, all by writing to EPICS PV's. Because the circuits and field connections are defined entirely by EPICS PV's, they can be autosaved and restor ... More
Presented by Tim MOONEY on 19/5/2015 at 19:00
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