Turbulence tracking test

NB: to use these two procedures, you have to set disturb_len keyword on $ADOPT_ROOT/conf/adsec/672a/general/recos.txt file to 4952 instead of 4000!!! and completely stop and start IDLctrl and all the hardware Please remind to put it back to 4000 The shell can simulate an atmospherical correction. This behavior is done by injecting a disturbance in the control loop of each actuator.

Action list:

-adsc_stop -adsc_start - Engineering GUI: power on - AdsecControlGUIload program stop arbitrator

Kill the AdsecArbitrator process.

From and IDL terminal:
set_plot, 'x'
print, fsm_set_flat(/ff, /no_flat)
filename =getenv('ADOPT_ROOT')+'/conf/adsec/<UNIT>/<SHELL>/gain_60um.txt'
print, ramp_gain_script(filename,adsec.act_w_cl)
histfile =getenv('ADOPT_ROOT')+'/calib/adsec/<UNIT>/data/layer_phi_000000_time_hist_armando_672a.sav'
print, test_time_hist2(hist = histfile)
- check in the adsec.R.log the max values of force
*NB*: check the boundary forces and positions before continue!!!!
*NB2*: in case of total forces exceeding 0.75N, use this command: print, test_time_hist2(hist = histfile, fact=2)
print, test_time_hist_get() ; select the "data_to_reduce.sav" file in $ADOPT_MEAS/adsec_calib/disturbance/<TN>

NB: check the boundary forces and positions before continue!!!!

-- %USERSIG{MarcoXompero - 2014-06-17}%


Topic revision: r2 - 19 Jun 2014, MarcoXompero
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