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1 DCSDCS entral 1 Made by : Etiennette Auffray Andrea Barisone Last Revision : June 27, 2013 Central DCS Tutorial -Shutdown edition-

2 2 Central DCS Team Central DCS Expert Team: Frank Glege (71688, 163919) Robert Gomez-Reino Garrido (71654, 162366) Lorenzo Masetti (165820) Giovanni Polese (165807) DCS expert on Call : 162229 Central DCS Operation: Central DCS desk : 75140 Etiennette Auffray >> Shift organisation, Tutorial, Twiki : (75844, 163646) Andrea Barisone >> Tutorial, Twiki Central DCS Expert Team: Frank Glege (71688, 163919) Robert Gomez-Reino Garrido (71654, 162366) Lorenzo Masetti (165820) Giovanni Polese (165807) DCS expert on Call : 162229 Central DCS Operation: Central DCS desk : 75140 Etiennette Auffray >> Shift organisation, Tutorial, Twiki : (75844, 163646) Andrea Barisone >> Tutorial, Twiki DCSDCS entral Central DCS shift requirements: CERN ID card and access to P5 and USC ( request done by EDH) All safety trainings up-to-date, including the Biocell training. For more information, please visit: http://cms-safety.web.cern.ch ;http://cms-safety.web.cern.ch At least the token.

3 CMS Slice View 33 DCSDCS entral

4 4 DSS ScreensCavern Access DCSDCS entral Racks Panel Cooling Panel Main DCS Panel DCS alarm Panel Subdetectors Panel Sensors 4 CMS Panel GTPM Panel DCS Workstation : Screens

5 DCSDCS entral 55 Cavern Access Displays Experimental Cavern Doors Telephone Speaker for the UXC and USC Cavern WP Display Intercom Cavern Access : Screens

6 DCSDCS entral 6 UXC 55 USC 55 DSS Screens

7 7 DCSDCS entral DCS Mobile Phone

8 DCSDCS entral 8 As a general guideline all variables controlled and monitored by central DCS should be GREEN If not green, a corresponding alarm will be raised and will appear in the central DCS Alarm Screen; Therefore it is very important to monitor the alarm screen during your shift and have prompt action in case of any alarm; In the next transparencies, the central DCS shifter tasks will be visited one by one, keeping in mind this general guideline. As a general guideline all variables controlled and monitored by central DCS should be GREEN If not green, a corresponding alarm will be raised and will appear in the central DCS Alarm Screen; Therefore it is very important to monitor the alarm screen during your shift and have prompt action in case of any alarm; In the next transparencies, the central DCS shifter tasks will be visited one by one, keeping in mind this general guideline. Central DCS General Guideline

9 9 Main DCS Tasks 1.What to do when a DCS alarm occur during the Shift (Concerned Screen : DCS Alarm Panel ) 3.What to do when a DSS alarm occur during the Shift (Concerned Screen : DSS Alarm Panels) 4.Monitoring Operation: Services (Racks and Cooling) 5.Underground Cavern Access Management 6.DCS Elog : (When and How use it) 1.What to do when a DCS alarm occur during the Shift (Concerned Screen : DCS Alarm Panel ) 3.What to do when a DSS alarm occur during the Shift (Concerned Screen : DSS Alarm Panels) 4.Monitoring Operation: Services (Racks and Cooling) 5.Underground Cavern Access Management 6.DCS Elog : (When and How use it) DCSDCS entral

10 DCSDCS 10 DCS Alarm Screen This screen should be : Checked regularly Empty Each time an important problem occurs (subdetectors, services, etc…) an alarm (together with an audible alert) should appear on this screen

11 DCSDCS entral 11 DCS Alarm Screen Read Instructions to correctly handle the alert : In case you dont know how to solve it call the responsible If there is no instruction send an email to us On the first line of the page you can see which subdetector is affected by the problem : the alarm will continue blinking until handled by the DCS shifter Below you find a row where there are several information regarding the alarm : select and right click on it and a pop up window will appear

12 DCSDCS entral 12 DCS Alarm Screen Direction box : CAME : The condition which triggered the alarm is still present WENT : The condition which triggered the alarm has disappeared Time stamp (when shifter has clicked on Alarm Help) SUBDETECTORS MAIN LINE: Colors meaning list : LIGHT BLUE : No errors RED: Fatal alert ORANGE: Error YELLOW: Warning GREY: Alert acknowledgeable

13 DCSDCS entral 13 Monitor Services

14 14 Color code: Grey – Not used Green – OK ------------------------ Blue – OFF -> Red – ERROR -> requires intervention! Rack Power Status per underground area S1-S4 = Service Cavern X0-X5 = Exp. Cavern Rack Power Status per underground area S1-S4 = Service Cavern X0-X5 = Exp. Cavern Service Screens (Rack Panel ) Racks Cooling Station. If you click on 1 rack you get details on it Take actions on racks. Follow the instructions Take actions on racks. Follow the instructions DCSDCS entral Racks summary

15 15 Service Screens (Rack Panel ) Rack details DCSDCS entral

16 DCSDCS TOP PART OF THE SCHEME Cooling Panel BOTTOM PART OF THE SCHEME Copper circuit leak Warning: 1 l/h > 60 min Alarm: 4 l/h >30 min or 8 l/h >1 min Copper circuit leak Warning: 1 l/h > 60 min Alarm: 4 l/h >30 min or 8 l/h >1 min Rack circuit leak Warning: 2 l/h > 60 min Alarm: 6 l/h >30 min min or 8 l/h >1 min Rack circuit leak Warning: 2 l/h > 60 min Alarm: 6 l/h >30 min min or 8 l/h >1 min Aluminum circuit leak Warning: 1 l/h > 60 min Alarm: 4 l/h >30 min min or 8 l/h >1 min Aluminum circuit leak Warning: 1 l/h > 60 min Alarm: 4 l/h >30 min min or 8 l/h >1 min During working hours (8h30/17h30) no matter which doubt or change of color: CMS cooling support, 163021 Outside working hours: TOP PART of the screen: ORANGE, write on DCS e-log, RED - Call CCC 72201 BOTTOM PART of the screen (flow & tank levels) : ORANGE : 17h30/24h00 call 165000 24h00/7h00 ignore, RED, call 165000 Outside working hours: TOP PART of the screen: ORANGE, write on DCS e-log, RED - Call CCC 72201 BOTTOM PART of the screen (flow & tank levels) : ORANGE : 17h30/24h00 call 165000 24h00/7h00 ignore, RED, call 165000 Service Screens (Cooling) Color code: Green – OK -------------------------- Yellow – warning Orange – Error Red – FATAL ERROR Blinking Values requires intervention!

17 DCSDCS entral 17 Blinking values If a value is blinking: you should verify at http://dipg.cern.ch/dipg if there are invalid CMS cooling values. In case the bullet corresponding to CMS Cooling is red, it is very likely to be a problem on the CCC side. You should call the CCC (72201) to inform them there is a problem with their publications and point to them what you see from the link above. If there are no invalid values in the link above, call the central DCS expert and inform about the problem. The interface from above is slow, so you should wait about 10 minutes to make sure it is updating, before reporting the problem. Service Screens (Cooling)

18 DCSDCS entral Front End warning light : should be always green. If not, call Alain Meynet, between 7:00 and 22:00. If red during the night, call Alain Meynet in following the morning. Right-click on the alarm and select Show to obtain more information. If the alarms Triggered state is red, it cannot be acknowledged. To acknowledge an alarm: 1.click on the ALARM column, on the DSS ALARMS list; 2.Then click on the ACTIONS column of the DSS ACTIONS list. User should always be set to user. If not, click on Logout. The panel will restart automatically. Stop Siren button: stops the siren in the DSS hardware panel when there is an alarm. Only works from the DSS USC55 panel! DSS Alive. Should blink. If there is a DSS Alarm with Siren and light, the DCS shifter should immediately call the Technical coordination number 165000 DSS :Detector Safety System

19 DCSDCS entral 19 DSS :Detector Safety System In case of alarms: read the alarm description and contact the responsible person (e.g. Magnet, subdetectors, etc.); In case the alarm description is not clear: during working hours: call DSS expert, Alain Meynet: 163146; out of working hours: call Christoph Schaefer: 160202 or Wolfram Zeuner: 162541 and at last 165000 (in case the other numbers failed). Check the DSS display is Alive: These buttons should blink. If not, restart the panel (instructions in the DSS binder). If restart does not work, call : 162082

20 DCSDCS entral 20 DSS :Detector Safety System DSS Hardware Piquet: 162082

21 DCSDCS entral 21 Every person going underground (Service and Experimental caverns) is required to fill in the paper version of the 'Access to Experimental and Service Caverns' list that can be found in a binder by the Shift Leader's desk; The central DCS shifter has to check that the person fills this form when he/she goes into the cavern and when he/she returns; The person has to have a mobile phone; If after some time the person is not back in the control room, call him/her to check everything is ok. You can find detailed information on underground access in the cDCS twiki: https://twiki.cern.ch/twiki/pub/CMS/OnlineWBCentralDCSInstructions/DCScavernAccess1.3.pdf Underground Cavern Access

22 DCSDCS entral 22 Cavern Access Displays Experimental Cavern Doors Telephone Speaker for the UXC and USC Cavern WP Display Intercom Cavern Access : Screens

23 DCSDCS entral 2) The Access management software Work Packages (WP) is reachable from the CMS Online Page ( clicking on ACT ) or directly from this url : http://cmsonline.cern.ch/portal/ page/portal/CMS%20online%20s ystem/ACT 1.Each person that wants to access the experimental cavern has to be properly registered in a WP; Underground Cavern Access

24 DCSDCS entral 3)Once inside DCS Shifter has to select : Document Database Underground Cavern Access

25 DCSDCS entral 25 4.go up on the left side of the page and select Shifter Page) 4 Underground Cavern Access

26 DCSDCS entral 26 5.Enter the name of the person willing to enter of the cavern 6.The list of assigned WP will appear 7.Select the WP to see its status. 8.To start the WP Select in the menu status : Ongoing 5 6, 7 8 Underground Cavern Access

27 DCSDCS entral 27 Point 10 to 13 9.Turn the dosimeter ON; (Push the black button three times : once for each message will pop up on its little screen (CHANGE >> ENTER >> 1mv) : then a red light will flash few seconds and also you will hear a bip) 10.Select the dosimeter number in the Operational Dosimeter field; 11.Read the initial dose from the dosimeter and fill it in the appropriate field of the Shift Operation page; 12.Click Ok to grant access to the person; 13.By the return of the dosimeter, fill in the final dose and click Ok; 14.Turn the dosimeter OFF (simply push the black button on top of the dosimeter, the word CHANGE will appear, keep on holding the black button until the word GO OFF shows up. Then immediately release the black button. If one waits for too long to release the black button, the dosimeter will not switch off). Underground Cavern Access

28 DCSDCS entral 28 9.Turn the dosimeter ON; (to do that, push the black button three times : once for each message will pop up on its little screen (CHANGE >> ENTER >> 1mv) : then a red light will start flashing) 10.Select the dosimeter number in the Operational Dosimeter field; 11.Read the initial dose from the dosimeter and fill it in the appropriate field of the Shift Operation page; 12.Click Ok to grant access to the person; 13.By the return of the dosimeter, fill in the final dose and click Ok; 14.Turn the dosimeter OFF (simply push the black button on top of the dosimeter, the word CHANGE will appear, keep on holding the black button until the word GO OFF shows up. Then immediately release the black button. If one waits for too long to release the black button, the dosimeter will not switch off). 9-14 After an access: DCS shifter has to make sure the lights in UXC are switched OFF. Dosimeter number Button Red flashing lightDosimeter display 9-14 Underground Cavern Access

29 DCSDCS entral 29 15.Click on edit button 16.The WP summary page will appear 17.In the list of name click on edit 15 17 16 Underground Cavern Access

30 DCSDCS entral 30 18.Insert the name of the person you want to register (previously authorized by the WP leader) 19.Select his role 20.save changes 21.The new name will appear in the name list 9 18 19 20 21 Underground Cavern Access

31 DCSDCS entral Once the authorized person has received his dosimeter (s)he can finally access to the cavern, and in the two displays here below the DCS Shifter can check all the cameras pointing at the different doors in the cavern : When the person reach the entrance (21) there are still few steps to be execute … 21 Underground Cavern Access

32 DCSDCS entral … he needs to pass his badge over the card reader in the yellow underground cabinet (22) : Then on the DCS screen his name will appear in the dedicated window (23 and the DCS Shifter has first to select the line and then click the button Give the Key (24) in order to let the drawer in the underground rack opening (25) and delivering the access key to him. The name will appear here …. Once selected the name the button will became clickable 25 22 23 24 Underground Cavern Access

33 DCSDCS entral 33 DCS ELOG address : cmsonline > Common > Elog > Subsystems > DCS At the beginning the shift: write an elog with the summary status of all the central DCS systems; During your shift : Write only a short elog with specific information when you have any problem with subdetectors, cooling, racks, etc... with indication on your elog Title of the problem At the end of the shift: Write an elog with a summary of all the relevant events that happened during your shift. Shift Instructions are available online at: https://twiki.cern.ch/twiki/bin/view/CMS/OnlineWBCentralDCSIn structions DCS Elog

34 DCSDCS entral Emergency, accident, fire : 74444 Any technical problem (Siren Alarm): 165000 Rack Problem : Rack becomes off or in error : 1.Tracker (Pixel) : 165502 2.Tracker (Strip) : 165503 3.ECAL : 70130 or 165504 4.HCAL : 165505, 5.CSC :165509 6.DT : 165507 7.RPC :165508 During the day you can also call Silverio : 163706 Cooling Problem : 1. ECAL cooling: 70130/165504 2.One (other the ECAL) of the box is not green : During the day : Cooling piquet 163021 Outside working hours : Top part : call CCC 72201 Bottom part : call 165000 if red Screen blinking : Call CCC 72201 Magnet Problem : Call Magnet piquet 162082 Cryogenic problem : Call Cryogenic piquet 160124 Gaz Problem : Call Gaz Piquet 162516 DCS Problem: Central DCS :Call DCS expert on call 162229 Subdetector DCS : 1.Tracker (Pixel) : 165502 2.Tracker (Strip) : 165503 3.ECAL :72606 or 165504 4.HCAL : 165505, 5.CSC :165509 6.DT : 165507 7.RPC :165508 DSS Problem : Alarm : Alain Meynet during the day 163146 Christoph Schaefer 160202 Technical Problem : 165000 Hardware Problem : 162082 Useful Contacts (1)

35 DCSDCS entral Useful Contacts (2) TS Technical control room (CCC): 72201 IN CASE OF ANY TECHNICAL PROBLEM CALL: 16 5000 Backup: Austin BALL: 160408, Christoph SCHAEFER:160202, Wolfram ZEUNER: 162541, Martin GASTAL: 163702 DCS expert on call : 16 2229 Backup : Frank : 163919, Bobby : 162366, Lorenzo : 165820 DSS expert on call : 162082 CASTOR: 162875 TOTEM (Green Barrack): 77534 BRM/BCM: 165501 Fireman at P5 (working hours ) : 164812 (still call directly the 74444 in case of DSS alarms) Online Web Contact List : https://twiki.cern.ch/twiki/bin/viewauth/CMS/OnlineWBContactList


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