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1 B. Todd for TE/MPE/MI R2E School 2009 2 nd -3 rd June 2009 Machine Interlock Hardware Irradiation Testing 1v4

2 benjamin.todd@cern.ch TE/MPE/MI - CERN Machine Interlocks 2 of 45 2. Power Supply Tests and Results -Detailed Description of the Power Supply -Test methods -Test Results 4. PLC Interlock Systems and Conclusions -Powering / Warm Magnet Interlocks -Conclusions 1. Case Study: The Beam Interlock System -Electrical and Physical Architecture -Component Locations -Design for Durability -Scope of the Tests (CIBD and CIBU) 3. User Interface Tests and Results -Detailed Description of the User Interface -Test methods -Test Results

3 benjamin.todd@cern.ch TE/MPE/MI - CERN Machine Interlocks 3 of 45 2. Power Supply Tests and Results -Detailed Description of the Power Supply -Test methods -Test Results 4. PLC Interlock Systems and Conclusions -Powering / Warm Magnet Interlocks -Conclusions 1. Case Study: The Beam Interlock System -Electrical and Physical Architecture -Component Locations -Design for Durability -Scope of the Tests (CIBD and CIBU) 3. User Interface Tests and Results -Detailed Description of the User Interface -Test methods -Test Results

4 benjamin.todd@cern.ch TE/MPE/MI - CERN Machine Interlocks 4 of 45 Beam Interlock System Locations Designed to protect CERN high energy accelerators = SPS / LHC / INJ / EXT

5 benjamin.todd@cern.ch TE/MPE/MI - CERN Machine Interlocks 5 of 45 LHC Function BIS Both-Beam Beam-1 Beam-2 ~200 connections to User Systems distributed over 28kms LHC has 2 Beams Some User Systems give simultaneous permit Others give independent permit

6 benjamin.todd@cern.ch TE/MPE/MI - CERN Machine Interlocks 6 of 43 Signals Redundant Safe = FMECA Available = Power Supplies

7 benjamin.todd@cern.ch TE/MPE/MI - CERN Machine Interlocks 7 of 45 Electrical Architecture VME Chassis In INTERLOCK rack “negligible radiation” Typical background at Sea Level USER SYSTEM rack “some radiation” Worst “UJxx”-type 2U Chassis Test / Repair before each Mission - accessible

8 benjamin.todd@cern.ch TE/MPE/MI - CERN Machine Interlocks 8 of 43 Dependable Design 1.Critical Function separate (fewer critical circuits) 2.Failure Modes Analysis (weaknesses designed out) 3.Xilinx CPLD used elsewhere (EPC / PIC) 4.5V and redundant PSU (Highly Available) 5.Mature Electronics (Not risky!) 6.Electro-Magnetic Compatibility (key issue from start) 7.Internally Reviewed 2006 8.External Review in late 2009 = robust design reliability and rad tolerance seem linked! -running ½ LHC system in SPS for nearly 4 years

9 benjamin.todd@cern.ch TE/MPE/MI - CERN Machine Interlocks 9 of 43 Motivations for the Tests The Beam Interlock Controller (x17 in LHC) -few in surface buildings -most in zones considered ‘negligible radiation’ -one in control room -VME Chassis can be moved to surface if ever there is a problem -any problem will result in safe failure by design VME is the basis = Not going to Test The User Interface (x130 in LHC) -Goes where the User System is “UJxx” We have to Test The User Interface Power Supply (x260 in LHC) -Goes where the User Interface is “UJxx” We have to Test

10 benjamin.todd@cern.ch TE/MPE/MI - CERN Machine Interlocks 10 of 45 Typical Hardware User Interface BIC (Front) TT40 BIC (Rear) TT40

11 benjamin.todd@cern.ch TE/MPE/MI - CERN Machine Interlocks 11 of 45 2. Power Supply Tests and Results -Detailed Description of the Power Supply -Test methods -Test Results 4. PLC Interlock Systems and Conclusions -Powering / Warm Magnet Interlocks -Conclusions 1. Case Study: The Beam Interlock System -Electrical and Physical Architecture -Component Locations -Design for Durability -Scope of the Tests (CIBD and CIBU) 3. User Interface Tests and Results -Detailed Description of the User Interface -Test methods -Test Results

12 benjamin.todd@cern.ch TE/MPE/MI - CERN Machine Interlocks 12 of 45 CIBD Specification Device housed in shielded conductive case Reliability analysis = redundant PSU = good Availability -Decoupling diode added -+3% trim to accommodate V diode 400mA Fuse and filter added on input EMC Tests done with CIBU/CIBD configuration -Very good results https://edms.cern.ch/document/762174/ Not the cheapest excellent reliability = better than predicted 4 failures to date = 10x better than datasheet Tracopower TXL-025-25S 5V, 5A, 25W

13 benjamin.todd@cern.ch TE/MPE/MI - CERN Machine Interlocks 13 of 45 CIBD – 5A 5V PSU

14 benjamin.todd@cern.ch TE/MPE/MI - CERN Machine Interlocks 14 of 45 CIBD – 5A 5V PSU ~12cm

15 benjamin.todd@cern.ch TE/MPE/MI - CERN Machine Interlocks 15 of 45 CIBD – 5A 5V PSU NEUTRONS Energy = 1MeV Fluence = 1E12 n/cm 2 =Several 10’s Years LHC <1% Voltage change And CIBU OK down to 4.5V (guaranteed by design) PROSPERO 235U core and a 238U reflector PSU well protected - PSU 25W, we need <5W Degradation is expected & planned for

16 benjamin.todd@cern.ch TE/MPE/MI - CERN Machine Interlocks 16 of 45 2. Power Supply Tests and Results -Detailed Description of the Power Supply -Test methods -Test Results 4. PLC Interlock Systems and Conclusions -Powering / Warm Magnet Interlocks -Conclusions 1. Case Study: The Beam Interlock System -Electrical and Physical Architecture -Component Locations -Design for Durability -Scope of the Tests (CIBD and CIBU) 3. User Interface Tests and Results -Detailed Description of the User Interface -Test methods -Test Results

17 benjamin.todd@cern.ch TE/MPE/MI - CERN Machine Interlocks 17 of 43 User Interface Specification Device housed in conductive case with Burndy Connectors -great EMC -good reliability from connectors (many others already use these) Completely 5V -good reliability (more resistance to perturbation) Classic 7400 Series -mature technology -wide support Current Loop inputs -accommodate many different types of User System -DESY input circuit (M. Werner) RS485 Outputs -good integrity -mature Technology 9500 Xilinx CPLD for TEST and MONITOR -Manchester frames (Used General Machine Timing as a basis) -excellent dependability shown so far -not susceptible to program corruption 100% remotely testable 100% remotely monitorable

18 benjamin.todd@cern.ch TE/MPE/MI - CERN Machine Interlocks 18 of 45 User Interface

19 benjamin.todd@cern.ch TE/MPE/MI - CERN Machine Interlocks 19 of 45 User Interface Beam-2 Beam-1

20 benjamin.todd@cern.ch TE/MPE/MI - CERN Machine Interlocks 20 of 45 Test Areas

21 benjamin.todd@cern.ch TE/MPE/MI - CERN Machine Interlocks 21 of 45 Test Areas Beam-2Beam-1

22 benjamin.todd@cern.ch TE/MPE/MI - CERN Machine Interlocks 22 of 45 Test Areas

23 benjamin.todd@cern.ch TE/MPE/MI - CERN Machine Interlocks 23 of 45 Test Areas Beam-2 Permit A Beam-2 Permit B Beam-1 Permit A Beam-1 Permit B

24 benjamin.todd@cern.ch TE/MPE/MI - CERN Machine Interlocks 24 of 45 Test Areas Beam-2 Permit A Beam-2 Permit B Beam-1 Permit A Beam-1 Permit B All use the SAME electronic circuit! It’s repeated four times

25 benjamin.todd@cern.ch TE/MPE/MI - CERN Machine Interlocks 25 of 45 USER PERMIT Paths The mission critical function for the CIBU; -relay USER_PERMIT correctly Nothing else! All the BLACK lines are critical!

26 benjamin.todd@cern.ch TE/MPE/MI - CERN Machine Interlocks 26 of 45 USER PERMIT Paths The mission critical function for the CIBU; -relay USER_PERMIT correctly

27 benjamin.todd@cern.ch TE/MPE/MI - CERN Machine Interlocks 27 of 45 The Irradiated Zones 1.USER_PERMIT Optocoupler 2.USER PERMIT Current Regulation Circuit 3.USER PERMIT RS485 Driver 4.USER PERMIT Schmidt Trigger 5.The WHOLE CIBU Test 1 Test 2 Test 3 Test 4

28 benjamin.todd@cern.ch TE/MPE/MI - CERN Machine Interlocks 28 of 45 Irradiation Parameters 60MeV Protons – OPTIS at PSI 15MeV/cm 2 /mg in SiO 2 – can cause SEE in plastic packages N.B. 1 x 10 11 protons cm -2 equivalent to 140 Gy “Representative of LHC Environment” – F. Faccio, M. Muhtinen

29 benjamin.todd@cern.ch TE/MPE/MI - CERN Machine Interlocks 29 of 43 The Irradiated Zones

30 benjamin.todd@cern.ch TE/MPE/MI - CERN Machine Interlocks 30 of 43 Test 1 – The Optocoupler Received a TOTAL DOSE of 62 Gy = 4.8 x 10 10 pcm -2 10 Glitches observed – observation window open only ¼ of test - 40 assumed. Cross Section = 8.3 x 10 -10 for Optocoupler Glitches

31 benjamin.todd@cern.ch TE/MPE/MI - CERN Machine Interlocks 31 of 43 Test 1 – The Optocoupler usual transition times were observed during the test ~3.6us delay for TRUE to FALSE ~0.6us delay for FALSE to TRUE

32 benjamin.todd@cern.ch TE/MPE/MI - CERN Machine Interlocks 32 of 43 Test 2 – The Current Regulator Received a TOTAL DOSE of about 120 Gy NO Glitches observed Current regulation drifted by about 4%

33 benjamin.todd@cern.ch TE/MPE/MI - CERN Machine Interlocks 33 of 43 Test 3 – RS485 Driver Received a TOTAL DOSE of 496 Gy NO Glitches observed, No FALSE Transitions FAILED SAFE at 496 Gy, power cycle restored operation

34 benjamin.todd@cern.ch TE/MPE/MI - CERN Machine Interlocks 34 of 43 Test 4 – Schmidt Trigger Received a TOTAL DOSE of 1000 Gy (then experiment halted) NO Glitches observed, NO FALSE transitions

35 benjamin.todd@cern.ch TE/MPE/MI - CERN Machine Interlocks 35 of 43 Test 5 – Whole PCB Two PCBs tested ~140-160Gy - CPLD stopped sending data frames

36 benjamin.todd@cern.ch TE/MPE/MI - CERN Machine Interlocks 36 of 43 Overall Current Consumption Three PCBs tested at various points User Interface ID 1 = 180 Gy

37 benjamin.todd@cern.ch TE/MPE/MI - CERN Machine Interlocks 37 of 43 Overall Current Consumption Three PCBs tested at various points User Interface ID 682 = 1650 Gy

38 benjamin.todd@cern.ch TE/MPE/MI - CERN Machine Interlocks 38 of 43 Overall Current Consumption Three PCBs tested at various points User Interface ID 2 = 160 Gy

39 benjamin.todd@cern.ch TE/MPE/MI - CERN Machine Interlocks 39 of 43 Beam Interlocks - Conclusions Critical Path of Beam Interlock System - 8.3 x 10 -10 Cross-Section for Glitches = use 1.6us GLITCH FILTER! -Good radiation tolerance -CPLD failed first at 150Gy – only for MONITORING -BUT once we got it back here – reprogrammed it and it worked! -Will monitor Glitch counters to indicate potential problems Had plans for RAD HARD CIBU but on hold -Needs motivation, time and money! ($) -VME is weak? move BICs to ‘surface’ ($$$) -Critical Matrix CPLD is same as in CIBU (3.3V variant) -VME PSU – redundant! Can research a RAD HARD BIC (not including VME) Needs motivation, time and lots of money ($$$$$)

40 benjamin.todd@cern.ch TE/MPE/MI - CERN Machine Interlocks 40 of 45 2. Power Supply Tests and Results -Detailed Description of the Power Supply -Test methods -Test Results 4. PLC Interlock Systems and Conclusions -Powering / Warm Magnet Interlocks -Conclusions 1. Case Study: The Beam Interlock System -Electrical and Physical Architecture -Component Locations -Design for Durability -Scope of the Tests (CIBD and CIBU) 3. User Interface Tests and Results -Detailed Description of the User Interface -Test methods -Test Results

41 benjamin.todd@cern.ch TE/MPE/MI - CERN Machine Interlocks 41 of 45 PLC Systems Multitude of Powering Interlock Systems deployed in CERN accelerators for protection of nc (WIC) and sc magnets (PIC) - Installed in LHC, SPS, TI2/TI8, CNGS, LEIR, Booster, Linac,… - based on a variety of industrial PLCs /IOs and additional electronics -Depending on the specific requirements, use of faster SIEMENS 319 series or slower (safety) series 300 -By default, PLCs located in locations considered ‘safe’, generic PLC code -Fail safe design, for increased safety most designs incorporate a redundant path using different technology -Remote I/O modules collect interlock signals close to clients (magnets, power converters, QPS) and transmit via Profibus to PLC -For all components located in / close to radiation environments, dedicated radiation test campaigns conducted to validate

42 benjamin.todd@cern.ch TE/MPE/MI - CERN Machine Interlocks 42 of 45 Power Converter Status info Power Permit Magnet 1 Magnet 2 Example - Warm magnet Interlock Controller (WIC) Warm magnet Interlock Controller (WIC) Profibus Several thermo- switches @ 60°C Thermoswitches Water Flow Red button… Remote I/O crate Via Ethernet PVSS Supervision & local Touch-screen Tunnel / Radiation environment Surface / Tunnel area considered “safe“

43 benjamin.todd@cern.ch TE/MPE/MI - CERN Machine Interlocks 43 of 45 PLC Systems – Radiation Test campaigns TCC2 Test Rack MDSV 660106 TT60 VillingenLouvain Many tests on IO and PSU in many places since 2002 In close collaboration with T. Wijnands Results shown at last RADWG workshop Additional Tests in CNGS this year

44 benjamin.todd@cern.ch TE/MPE/MI - CERN Machine Interlocks 44 of 45 SEEDuration ( n/cm 2 x10 12 ) (weeks/days) ET 200 M6ES7 153-1AA03-0XB0S C-NNE793332771,87 6 w ET 200 M6ES7 153-1AA03-0XB0S C-P3F06232801,96 5 w ET 200 M6ES7 153-1AA03-0XB0S C-P3F411942101,57 4 w SM 321 16DI (ET 200M)6ES7 321-1BH02-0AA0S C-NNF163641360,97 4 w SM 321 32DI (ET 200M)6ES7321-1BL00-0AA0S C-P3F640255003,69 9 w SM 331 8AI (ET 200M)6ES7 331-7KF02-0AB0S C-NNG50644430,40 2 w SM 331 8AI (ET 200M)6ES7 331-7KF02-0AB0S C-P3E30770600,65 12 d SM 331 8AI (ET 200M)6ES7 331-7KF02-0AB0S C-P5C15342280,34 5 d SM 331 8AI (ET 200M)6ES7 331-7KF02-0AB0S C-NNG 5036450,05 1 d ET 200B 32 DI (Module)6ES7 131-0BL00-0XB0S C-NNC18601800,67 3 w ET 200B 32 DI (Module)6ES7 131-0BL00-0XB0S C-NNC185963402,44 6 w ET 200B 32 DI (Module)6ES7 131-0BL00-0XB0S C-P3E02968610,32 11 d ET 200B 32 DI (Module)6ES7 131-0BL00-0XB0S C-P3E 029625103,66 9 w ET 200B 32 DI (Socket)6ES7 193-0CB10-0XA0S C-NNA281446014,33 12 w ET 200B 32 DI (Socket)6ES7 193-0CB10-0XA0S C-NNE505665504,01 10 w ET 200B 8AI (Module)6ES7 134-0KH01-0XB0S C-N0A24 755200,13 5 d ET 200B 8AI (Module)6ES7 134-0KH01-0XB0S C-P2B72516270,18 5 d ET 200B 8AI (Module)6ES7 134-0KH01-0XB0S C-P2B72527250,18 5 d ET 200B 8AI (Socket)6ES7 193-0CD40-0XA0S C-NNC 46087950,67 23 d ET 200B 8AI (Socket)6ES7 193-0CD40-0XA0S C-P3D28352800,38 15 d PS 307 5A6ES7 307-1EA00-0AA0S Q6NN350341130,04 2 d PS 307 5A6ES7 307-1EA00-0AA0S Q6P333643730,01 0.5 d PS 307 2A6ES7 307-1BA00-0AA0S Q6P532096950,05 1 d PS MGVPH70-240300BC151387410,13 1 w PS Syko7.55.233.001.02,060075504,01 10 w PS Syko7.55.233.001.02,060069428,02 17 w PS ACT 50ACT504000,12709428,02 17 w PS Sitop 5A6EP1333-1AL11Q6NN367122800,65 2 w PS Sitop 5A6EP1333-1AL11S Q6P43890913172,23 5 w Profibus Repeater6ES7 972-0AA01-0XA0S C-P5C652512682,05 5 w Dose Example of results for Siemens I/Os modules + Power-supplies + Repeaters radiation tests in TCC2 - May 23 to September 20, 2002 Module Type Serial Nº (Gray)

45 benjamin.todd@cern.ch TE/MPE/MI - CERN Machine Interlocks 45 of 43 Closing remarks “Better the devil you know” … Rules of Thumb … Use simple remote logic, keep the complicated electronics away from the radiation Use Fail-Safe everywhere safety systems = redundant signal paths, perhaps less availability = but more dependability Make equipment auto-restarting adequate monitoring/diagnostic tools Implement remote reset (soft vs hard) dedicated radiation tests of critical paths Record batch & lot numbers of critical path devices Use past experience wherever possible = proven components CNGS this year = some new tests

46 benjamin.todd@cern.ch TE/MPE/MI - CERN Machine Interlocks 46 of 45 FIN

47 benjamin.todd@cern.ch CIBU : User Interface Locations IR1IR2IR3IR4IR5IR6IR7IR8other SR1SR2SR3SR4SR5SR6SR7UA83CCR US151UA23UJ33UA43UJ56UA63UJ76UA87 USA151UA27UA47USC55UA67TZ76UX85 USA152SX4RR53US65RR73US851 RR13CR4RR57US651RR77 RR17US451 UJ14 UJ16 BIC : Beam Interlock Controller Locations IR1IR2IR3IR4IR5IR6IR7IR8other US15SR2SR3UA43UJ56UA63SR7SR8CCC UA23UJ33UA47UCS55UA67TZ76UA83 UA27UA87 “critical areas”

48 benjamin.todd@cern.ch TE/MPE/MI - CERN Machine Interlocks 48 of 43 INPUT VOLTAGE fails or glitches = OUTPUT VOLTAGE maintained Mean Time Between Failures = several years Industrial Device = heavily tested, good conformity Short Circuit and Over Voltage Protected Three Year Guarantee Tracopower TXL-025-25S

49 benjamin.todd@cern.ch TE/MPE/MI - CERN Machine Interlocks 49 of 43 USER_PERMIT SEE Glitch Filter USER_PERMIT BEAM_PERMIT If USER_PERMIT FALSE for <=1.6us then it’s IGNORED! If USER_PERMIT FALSE for >1.6us then it’s ACCEPTED! = NO BEAM ABORT= BEAM ABORT

50 benjamin.todd@cern.ch TE/MPE/MI - CERN Machine Interlocks 50 of 43 reference http://indico.cern.ch/conferenceDisplay.py?confId=20366 http://doc.cern.ch//archive/electronic/cern/others/LHB/public/lhcb-2003-049.pdf http://doc.cern.ch//archive/cernrep/2007/2007-001/p547.pdf http://doc.cern.ch//archive/electronic/cern/others/LHC/Note/project-note-385.pdf

51 benjamin.todd@cern.ch TE/MPE/MI - CERN Machine Interlocks 51 of 43 Closing remarks -it was a LOT of effort to get the tests organised -Thanks to Thijs Wijnands / Christophe Martin et al. for all the great work -additional tests won’t need as much effort -after LHC beam commissioning started – we could do some more! -If we feel it’s necessary: Optical Transmission Board… (CIBO) Fibre Extended User Interface (CIBFU/CIBFC) VME Equipment (find the weaknesses?) We should plan some beam time next year. NOT a priority for LHC http://indico.cern.ch/conferenceDisplay.py?confId=56796 “Better the devil you know”

52 benjamin.todd@cern.ch TE/MPE/MI - CERN Machine Interlocks 52 of 43 Test Sequence During Irradiation 5 steps, every two seconds we move to the next step, then repeat… We MEASURE all board current consumptions! PERMIT A [mA] … PERMIT B [mA] … CIBU [mA]

53 benjamin.todd@cern.ch TE/MPE/MI - CERN Machine Interlocks 53 of 43 Test Sequence During Irradiation 5 steps, every two seconds we move to the next step, then repeat… 1.Cycle USER PERMIT A

54 benjamin.todd@cern.ch TE/MPE/MI - CERN Machine Interlocks 54 of 43 Test Sequence During Irradiation 5 steps, every two seconds we move to the next step, then repeat… 1.Cycle USER PERMIT A 2.Cycle USER PERMIT B

55 benjamin.todd@cern.ch TE/MPE/MI - CERN Machine Interlocks 55 of 43 Test Sequence During Irradiation 5 steps, every two seconds we move to the next step, then repeat… 1.Cycle USER PERMIT A 2.Cycle USER PERMIT B 3.Cycle BEAM PERMIT INFO

56 benjamin.todd@cern.ch TE/MPE/MI - CERN Machine Interlocks 56 of 43 Test Sequence During Irradiation 5 steps, every two seconds we move to the next step, then repeat… 1.Cycle USER PERMIT A 2.Cycle USER PERMIT B 3.Cycle BEAM PERMIT INFO 4.Internal TEST PERMIT A

57 benjamin.todd@cern.ch TE/MPE/MI - CERN Machine Interlocks 57 of 43 Test Sequence During Irradiation 5 steps, every two seconds we move to the next step, then repeat… 1.Cycle USER PERMIT A 2.Cycle USER PERMIT B 3.Cycle BEAM PERMIT INFO 4.Internal TEST PERMIT A 5.Internal TEST PERMIT B

58 benjamin.todd@cern.ch TE/MPE/MI - CERN Machine Interlocks 58 of 43 The Irradiated Zones 1.USER_PERMIT Optocoupler 2.USER PERMIT Current Regulation Circuit 3.USER PERMIT RS485 Driver 4.USER PERMIT Schmidt Trigger 5.The WHOLE CIBU

59 benjamin.todd@cern.ch TE/MPE/MI - CERN Machine Interlocks 59 of 43 SEEDuration ( n/cm 2 x10 12 ) (weeks/days) ET 200 M6ES7 153-1AA03-0XB0S C-NNE793332771,87 6 w ET 200 M6ES7 153-1AA03-0XB0S C-P3F06232801,96 5 w ET 200 M6ES7 153-1AA03-0XB0S C-P3F411942101,57 4 w SM 321 16DI (ET 200M)6ES7 321-1BH02-0AA0S C-NNF163641360,97 4 w SM 321 32DI (ET 200M)6ES7321-1BL00-0AA0S C-P3F640255003,69 9 w SM 331 8AI (ET 200M)6ES7 331-7KF02-0AB0S C-NNG50644430,40 2 w SM 331 8AI (ET 200M)6ES7 331-7KF02-0AB0S C-P3E30770600,65 12 d SM 331 8AI (ET 200M)6ES7 331-7KF02-0AB0S C-P5C15342280,34 5 d SM 331 8AI (ET 200M)6ES7 331-7KF02-0AB0S C-NNG 5036450,05 1 d ET 200B 32 DI (Module)6ES7 131-0BL00-0XB0S C-NNC18601800,67 3 w ET 200B 32 DI (Module)6ES7 131-0BL00-0XB0S C-NNC185963402,44 6 w ET 200B 32 DI (Module)6ES7 131-0BL00-0XB0S C-P3E02968610,32 11 d ET 200B 32 DI (Module)6ES7 131-0BL00-0XB0S C-P3E 029625103,66 9 w ET 200B 32 DI (Socket)6ES7 193-0CB10-0XA0S C-NNA281446014,33 12 w ET 200B 32 DI (Socket)6ES7 193-0CB10-0XA0S C-NNE505665504,01 10 w ET 200B 8AI (Module)6ES7 134-0KH01-0XB0S C-N0A24 755200,13 5 d ET 200B 8AI (Module)6ES7 134-0KH01-0XB0S C-P2B72516270,18 5 d ET 200B 8AI (Module)6ES7 134-0KH01-0XB0S C-P2B72527250,18 5 d ET 200B 8AI (Socket)6ES7 193-0CD40-0XA0S C-NNC 46087950,67 23 d ET 200B 8AI (Socket)6ES7 193-0CD40-0XA0S C-P3D28352800,38 15 d PS 307 5A6ES7 307-1EA00-0AA0S Q6NN350341130,04 2 d PS 307 5A6ES7 307-1EA00-0AA0S Q6P333643730,01 0.5 d PS 307 2A6ES7 307-1BA00-0AA0S Q6P532096950,05 1 d PS MGVPH70-240300BC151387410,13 1 w PS Syko7.55.233.001.02,060075504,01 10 w PS Syko7.55.233.001.02,060069428,02 17 w PS ACT 50ACT504000,12709428,02 17 w PS Sitop 5A6EP1333-1AL11Q6NN367122800,65 2 w PS Sitop 5A6EP1333-1AL11S Q6P43890913172,23 5 w Profibus Repeater6ES7 972-0AA01-0XA0S C-P5C652512682,05 5 w Dose Siemens I/Os modules + Power-supplies + Repeaters radiation tests in TCC2 - May 23 to September 20, 2002 - Module Type Serial Nº (Gray)

60 benjamin.todd@cern.ch TE/MPE/MI - CERN Machine Interlocks 60 of 43 PS ACT 50225,8217 PS Syko225,8217 PS Syko225,8217 Profibus Repeater6ES7 972-0AA01-0XA0S C-P5C655508,14,685 Siemens PLC modules & Power-supplies Radiations test in TT60 – Run 2002 SEEDuration ( n/cm 2 x10 12 ) (weeks) ET 200 M6ES7 153-1AA03-0XB0225,8217 SM 321 32DI (ET 200M)6ES7321-1BL00-0AA0225,8217 SM 321 16DI (ET 200M)6ES7 321-1BH02-0AA0225,8217 SM 331 8AI (ET 200M)6ES7 331-7KF02-0AB0S C-NNG503645,630,765 SM 331 8AI (ET 200M)6ES7 331-7KF02-0AB016,60,7612 ET 200B 8AI (Module)6ES7 134-0KH01-0XB0151,2013 ET 200B 8AI (Socket)6ES7 193-0CD40-0XA0151,2013 ET 200B 16 DI (Module)6ES7131-0BH00-0XB0225,8217 ET 200B 16 DI (Socket)6ES7193-0CA10-0XA0225,8217 PS MGVPH70-2403225,8217 PS Sitop 5A6EP1333-1AL11225,8217 PS 307 2A6ES7 307-1BA00-0AA0225,8217 Module Type Serial Nº Dose (Gray)

61 benjamin.todd@cern.ch TE/MPE/MI - CERN Machine Interlocks 61 of 43 Siemens I/Os modules - radiation tests in TCC2 - Run 2003 129 Gy 6 S C-R2D90385 100 Gy 6 S C-R2D89243 6ES7 153-1AA03-0XB0ET 200 M 54 Gy 2 S C-R7G34156 60 Gy 2 S C-R7G42827 6ES7 331-1KF00-0AB0SM 331 8AI - 13 bits Modules Siemens 8 AI pour ET 200 M 38 Gy 4 S C-R2B29941 300 Gy32 Gy268 Gy 4 S C-P5C65251 129 Gy 4 S C-R1G72304 129 Gy 4 S C-P9B51289 6ES7 321-1BL00-0AA0SM 321 32 DI Modules Siemens 32 DI pour ET 200 M S C-R2E5997238 Gy 2 31 Gy 2 S C-R2E59970 6ES7 331-7KF02-0AB0SM 331 8AI - 14 bits Modules Siemens 8 AI pour ET 200 M Indice Serial Nº TypeModule 57 Gy 3 S C-NND98373 6ES7 972-0AA01-0XA0 Repeteur Modules Siemens : Repeteur Dose in 2002 (Gray) Dose in 2003 (Gray) Total Dose

62 benjamin.todd@cern.ch TE/MPE/MI - CERN Machine Interlocks 62 of 43 POWER-SUPPLIES - radiation tests in TCC2 - Run 2003 68 Gy 3S Q6P4388995 6EP 1333 - 1AL11 Alim. Siemens Sitop 5A Alimentations Siemens Sitop 5A (Alim. modifiee par Siemens: Photocoupler U1 & U2 replaced by CNY17-F3) (Alim. modifiee par Siemens: Photocoupler U1 & U2 replaced by CNY65) (Alim. modifiee par Siemens: Primary control IC N3 is wrapped in copper foil) 3 (Alim. modifiee par Siemens: Mofset V7 changed to 25K1358/ Toshiba 900V/9A) 38 Gy 3S Q6P4386490 6ES7 307-1BA00-0AA0Alim. Siemens PS307 2A Modifie 12 Gy 3S Q6P4386481 6ES7 307-1BA00-0AA0Alim. Siemens PS307 2A Modifie 10 Gy 3S Q6P4386485 6ES7 307-1BA00-0AA0Alim. Siemens PS307 2A Modifie 8 Gy 3S Q6P4386489 6ES7 307-1BA00-0AA0Alim. Siemens PS307 2A Modifie (Alim. modifiee par Siemens: Secondary voltage regulator replaced by a zener diode) 1 Gy S Q6P4386477 6ES7 307-1BA00-0AA0Alim. Siemens PS307 2A Modifie 27 Gy 4S A6PN399972 11 Gy 4S Q6PD342917 Alim. Siemens PS307 2A Standard Alimentations Siemens PS 307 2A total recurecu en 2003recu en 2002 Radiation Indice No de serieTypeModule 98 Gy TCC2 ??Alimentations Exista Blue Line 6 Gy 15.8242.900 PH70-2403Alimentations MGV 1071 Gy 129 Gy 7.55.233.001.0 129 Gy942 Gy2.06006 (TCC2) 679 Gy550 Gy2.06007 (TCC2) Alimentations Syko 2x24V 1071 Gy129 Gy942 Gy4000, 1270 (TCC2) ACT50Alimentations ACT50 2x24V 129 Gy TCC2 ??Alimentations ACT50 1x24V Alimentations Syko 2 x 24 V

63 benjamin.todd@cern.ch TE/MPE/MI - CERN Machine Interlocks 63 of 43 Material tested at PSI on the 22th of november 2003 * During irradiation several voluntary power supply "on/off" without problem. *After 70 grays of irradiation - module down but comes "ok" without any action 28076ES7 153-1AA03-0XB0 Slave Module ET 200 M (Siemens) * During irradiation several voluntary power supply "on/off" without problem. 19046ES7 321-1BL00-0AA0 Digital Module 32 DI (Siemens) * After 15 Grays - module down after "on/off" module ok - * During irradiation several inputs are down but comes "ok" without any action 7526ES7 331-1KF00-0AB0 Analog Module 8AI 13 bits (Siemens) Comments Maximal dose (Gray) IndiceTypeMaterial tested Starting voltage = 24,598 V - current = 246,33mA End voltage = 25,51 V - current = 247,158mA 370 ASC 50 24 V Switching Power supply (Exista) 140 Gy=1*10 E 11 protons à 60 MEV Nb de protons: 450 / (140 * 10 E 11) = 3.21429 E+11 Durée d’exposition: (3.21429 E+11 / 1* 10 E+8 ) / 60 = 54 minutes 30mm collimator on DRASIC -ST 03333 KU 002 circuit no collimator - irradiation on the power circuits 110 6 896 6ES7 972-0AA01-0XA0 Répéteur Profibus (Siemens)

64 benjamin.todd@cern.ch TE/MPE/MI - CERN Machine Interlocks 64 of 43 Material tested at PSI on the 16 th of February 2007 Material testedTypeIndice Maximal dose (Gray) Comments Digital Module 32 DO (Siemens) 6ES7 322-1BL00-0AA0 6105 Irradiation in vertical position and after 66 Gy in horizontal position 664Irradiation in vertical position only 8DI / 8DO Module (Siemens)6ES7 323-1BH01-0AA0 4276Irradiation in vertical position only 4284Irradiation in vertical position only Digital Module 32 DI (Siemens)6ES7 321-1BL00-0AA04175 Irradiation in vertical position only - same results as in 2003 140 Gy=1*10 E 11 protons à 60 MEV

65 benjamin.todd@cern.ch TE/MPE/MI - CERN Machine Interlocks 65 of 43 Material tested - CEA / SACLAY - November 2005 Number Material tested Maximal dose (KGy) Comments 1Miniature Relay for printed board - FINDER : type 30 : 24V – 2 A74 Installed on a test board near the source - After irradiation OK 1Miniature Relay for printed circuit - FINDER : type 32 : 24V – 6 A74 1Miniature Relay for printed board - FINDER : type 34 : 24V – 6 A74 1Miniature Relay for printed board - FINDER : type 36 : 24V – 10 A74 1Air & watertight Relay for printed board - HONGFA HF 9313: 12V - 2A74 2Miniature Relay for printed board - FINDER : type 30 : 24V – 2 A987 Installed inside the pot - After irradiation OK 2Miniature Relay for printed circuit - FINDER : type 32 : 24V – 6 A987 2Miniature Relay for printed board - FINDER : type 34 : 24V – 6 A 987 2Miniature Relay for printed board - FINDER : type 36 : 24V – 10 A987 1Air & watertight Relay for printed board - HONGFA HF 9313: 24V - 2A987 2Thermoswitch ELMWOOD : type : 3106 - T116 - 65ºC987 2Thermoswitch ELMWOOD : type : 3106 - T117 - 65ºC987 2Push Bouton SECME C4987 2BURNDY connectors 4BPM987 1Cable 2 x 0.5 mm2 / L=0.5m - Kapton / fiber glass987


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