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timing [2019/05/24 14:10]
pereira
timing [2019/05/24 14:11]
pereira [Phillips TDC]
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 ==== Phillips TDC ==== ==== Phillips TDC ====
 +**ATTENTION:​ Since the end of the GRETINA-2017 campaign, this module is no longer used**
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   * Before going to the TDC, the OBJ and XFP detector signals are sent to a {{:​wiki:​Manual_Canberra_CFD_454.pdf|CANBERRA CFD 454 CFD}} in data U6 via patch panel #54 and #1, respectively   * Before going to the TDC, the OBJ and XFP detector signals are sent to a {{:​wiki:​Manual_Canberra_CFD_454.pdf|CANBERRA CFD 454 CFD}} in data U6 via patch panel #54 and #1, respectively
   * The TDC start is provided by the [[Trigger|ULM trigger module]]. Since the delay of the S800 trigger may be adjusted during tuning of the S800 (XDT), the stop signals (e.g. from OBJ or XFP) need to be re-adjusted so that the ToF fits into the 400-ns range of the TDC. This is done manually for OBJ and XFP, and remotely via [[XLM Delay|XLM delay module]] (operated by the [[S800 DAQ tools#Delay Window|Delay GUI]]) for other timing signals ​   * The TDC start is provided by the [[Trigger|ULM trigger module]]. Since the delay of the S800 trigger may be adjusted during tuning of the S800 (XDT), the stop signals (e.g. from OBJ or XFP) need to be re-adjusted so that the ToF fits into the 400-ns range of the TDC. This is done manually for OBJ and XFP, and remotely via [[XLM Delay|XLM delay module]] (operated by the [[S800 DAQ tools#Delay Window|Delay GUI]]) for other timing signals ​
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