Hardware

Adaptive Secondary

-- MichaelWagner - 13 Jun 2012

Wave Front Sensor

Dx

The Fiber routing for the FLAO system is splitted into three steps:

  • From AGW to the tree house crate #606.
  • Jumper between two crates #606 to #605.
  • From tree House crate #605 to AO_DX Cabinet.

The fibers at the AGW are connected into the FastLink2 label. Rx is the green fiber and TX is the brown fiber Add Photo

The Fibers are connected in the tree house in the crate #LIU-606 at the blade 1; third and fourth ports. Rx is .. Tx is .. From the LIU-606 a jumper goes to LIU-605 where the fibers are connected in front of the blade 4 slots 5a and 5b. From the back of this crate the fibers are going to the AO_DX cabinet. The fastlink is connected to the fastlink1 port in the AO rack Add photo

Sx

The Fiber routing for the FLAO system is splitted into three steps:

  • From AGW to the tree house crate #606.
  • Jumper between two crates #606 to #605.
  • From tree House crate #605 to AO_DX Cabinet.
The fibers at the AGW are connected into the FastLink2 label. The fibers are labeled

The Fibers are connected in the tree house in the crate #LIU-606 at the blade xx; xx and xx ports. Rx is xx.. Tx is ..xx From the LIU-606 a jumper goes to LIU-605 where the fibers are connected in front of the blade 4 slots xx and xx. From the back of this crate the fibers are going to the AO_DX cabinet. The fastlink is connected to the fastlinkx port in the AO rack Add photo

Hexapod

-- DougMiller - 26 Feb 2009
Topic revision: r7 - 25 Feb 2014, JuanCarlosGuerra
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