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<span style="color:red">In the process of editing and updating this page. Please contact Juliette Mammei <B>[mailto:crowder@jlab.org?Subject=PREXwiki crowder@jlab.org]</B> with questions or suggestions.</span>
 
<span style="color:red">In the process of editing and updating this page. Please contact Juliette Mammei <B>[mailto:crowder@jlab.org?Subject=PREXwiki crowder@jlab.org]</B> with questions or suggestions.</span>
 
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[[Main_Page|<B>PREX Main</B>]]<< [[HOW TOs]]
  
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[https://hallaweb.jlab.org/parity/prex/runinfo/opmanual.html PREX I op manual]
 
  
 
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* [[Beam Modulation | Dithering/Beam modulation]]
 
* [[Beam Modulation | Dithering/Beam modulation]]
 
* [[EPICS]]
 
* [[EPICS]]
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* '''OLD''' - [[Beam Recovery]]
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* '''NEW''' - [[Establishing High Current on a Calcium Target]]
 
* [[Harp scans]]
 
* [[Harp scans]]
 
* [[Bullseye scans]]
 
* [[Bullseye scans]]
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* [[Charge Feedback]]
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* [[PITA scan]]
 
* [[PVDB]]
 
* [[PVDB]]
 
* [[Panguin for Experts | Panguin]]
 
* [[Panguin for Experts | Panguin]]
 
* [[Switching Modes#Counting to Integrating | Checklist for switching from counting to integrating]]
 
* [[Switching Modes#Counting to Integrating | Checklist for switching from counting to integrating]]
 
* [[Switching Modes#Integrating to Counting | Checklist for switching from integrating to counting ]]
 
* [[Switching Modes#Integrating to Counting | Checklist for switching from integrating to counting ]]
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* [[Power outage recovery | Checklist for recovery of power outage ]]
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==Analyzing Data==
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* [[Bit Masks]] - for error flag handling and general knowledge
  
 
== [[Magnets]] ==  
 
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* [[Magnets#Set HRS magnets |Set HRS magnets]]
 
* [[Magnets#Set HRS magnets |Set HRS magnets]]
 
* [[Magnets#Set Septum magnet |Set Septum magnet]]
 
* [[Magnets#Set Septum magnet |Set Septum magnet]]
* [[Magnets#Set Septum Correctors | Set Septum Correctors]]
 
 
* If it should be necessary to go into the hall to power cycle something, the RC should contact the tech on call
 
* If it should be necessary to go into the hall to power cycle something, the RC should contact the tech on call
  
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*[[SEE BPMs]]
 
*[[SEE BPMs]]
 
*[[Halo monitors]]
 
*[[Halo monitors]]
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*[[BPM Calibration| Calibrating Spot++ BPMs]]
  
 
== Polarimeters ==
 
== Polarimeters ==
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* Moller Polarimeter ([https://hallaweb.jlab.org/equipment/moller/ hallaweb])
 
* Moller Polarimeter ([https://hallaweb.jlab.org/equipment/moller/ hallaweb])
  
 
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== Miscellaneous ==
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* [[Fun_Stuff|Fun Stuff]]
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* [[Wiki editing guide]]
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* Computer etiquette
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** Log on to apar@adaq1 only from a ssh session or from the DAQ computer in the Main Counting House Room
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** Log on to a-onl on the aonl[1,2,3,4] machines in the Back/Analysis/Snack room only
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** Log on to adaq on the other adaq[2,3,4] machines in the Main Counting House Room
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** Always close your terminals, gedits, emacs's, and miscellaneous OPS menus and DAQ sessions
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*** It's important because if someone accidentally touches your stuff it could break the entire experiment without anyone noticing!
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** Do not open Firefox from apar@adaq1 unless you are physically on the adaq1 computer (apar@adaq1 can only have one Firefox session at a time)
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** Don't leave programs running in the background, especially on adaq1, as they will stay there forever and hog processor that is otherwise needed in the online analysis and feedback processes
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* Printing:
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** Use ps26 for the upstairs printer
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** Use chax for the downstairs printer
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** Use '''lp -d [printer name]''' to print from the command line
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[https://hallaweb.jlab.org/parity/prex/runinfo/opmanual.html PREX I op manual]
 
[[Category:HOW TO]] [[Category:EXPERT]]
 
[[Category:HOW TO]] [[Category:EXPERT]]

Latest revision as of 01:51, 3 March 2020

Documentation
HOW TOs for shift crew
TaskList for 2019
Installation Photo Album
Run Plan
All Expert Contacts

In the process of editing and updating this page. Please contact Juliette Mammei crowder@jlab.org with questions or suggestions.

PREX Main<< HOW TOs




Taking Data

Analyzing Data

  • Bit Masks - for error flag handling and general knowledge

Magnets

Detectors

Beam Monitors

Polarimeters

Miscellaneous

  • Fun Stuff
  • Wiki editing guide
  • Computer etiquette
    • Log on to apar@adaq1 only from a ssh session or from the DAQ computer in the Main Counting House Room
    • Log on to a-onl on the aonl[1,2,3,4] machines in the Back/Analysis/Snack room only
    • Log on to adaq on the other adaq[2,3,4] machines in the Main Counting House Room
    • Always close your terminals, gedits, emacs's, and miscellaneous OPS menus and DAQ sessions
      • It's important because if someone accidentally touches your stuff it could break the entire experiment without anyone noticing!
    • Do not open Firefox from apar@adaq1 unless you are physically on the adaq1 computer (apar@adaq1 can only have one Firefox session at a time)
    • Don't leave programs running in the background, especially on adaq1, as they will stay there forever and hog processor that is otherwise needed in the online analysis and feedback processes
  • Printing:
    • Use ps26 for the upstairs printer
    • Use chax for the downstairs printer
    • Use lp -d [printer name] to print from the command line

PREX I op manual