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RadWG | May 2013. nan FIP project. Components Validation. Eva Gousiou BE|CO|HT. ProASIC3 Rad Test Campaigns. PSI Dec 2011 | Large scale tests | Design σ estimation. PSI Apr 2011 | Preliminary tests | Test setup qualification. - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

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RadWG | May 2013nan FIP projectComponents ValidationEva GousiouBE|CO|HT

1ProASIC3 Rad Test CampaignsPSI Dec 2011 | Large scale tests | Design estimation2PSI Apr 2011 | Preliminary tests | Test setup qualificationPSI Apr 2013 | Batches validation | Device TID and characterizationBatch#1: 5000 ProASIC3 preconfigured and laser markedBatch#2: 5000 ProASIC3 unconfiguredPSI Dec 2011 | Large scale tests | Design estimation3PSI Apr 2011 | Preliminary tests | Test setup qualificationPSI Apr 2013 | Batches validation | Device TID and SEE characterizationBatch#1: 5000 ProASIC3 preconfigured and laser markedBatch#2: 5000 ProASIC3 unconfiguredProASIC3 Rad Test CampaignsApr 2011 | Preliminary tests4

p+ beam Sample size: 2

5 Sample size: 2

p+ beam

Reliable setup No SEE

TID 400 Gy agrees with tests by the manufacturer Apr 2011 | Preliminary testsRad Test CampaignsPSI Dec 2011 | Large scale tests | Design estimation6PSI Apr 2011 | Preliminary tests | Test setup qualificationPSI Apr 2013 | Batches validation | Device TID and SEE characterizationBatch#1: 5000 ProASIC3 preprogrammed and laser markedBatch#2: 5000 ProASIC3 unprogrammed7 Sample size: 14

Dec 2011 | Large Scale tests nanoFIP design < 1e-13 cm2

nanoFIP design TID 400 Gy nanoFIP design without TMR ~7e-11 cm2 ProASIC3 reconfiguration unit TID limit 200 Gy Rad Test CampaignsPSI Dec 2011 | Large scale tests | Design estimation8PSI Apr 2011 | Preliminary tests | Test setup qualificationPSI Apr 2013 | Batches validation | Device TID and characterizationBatch#1: 5000 ProASIC3 preconfigured and laser markedBatch#2: 5000 ProASIC3 unconfigured9 Sample size: 10

May 2013 | Batch#1 Batch#1 < 1e-13 cm2

Batch#1 TID > 400 Gy

Batch#1 qualified!

Rad Test CampaignsPSI Dec 2011 | Large scale tests | Design SEE estimation10PSI Apr 2011 | Preliminary tests | Test setup qualificationPSI Apr 2013 | Batches validation | Device TID and characterizationBatch#1: 5000 ProASIC3 preconfigured and laser markedBatch#2: 5000 ProASIC3 unconfigured11 Batch#2 < 4e-12 cm2

Batch#2 TID > 400 GyMay 2013 | Batch#2 Pending irradiation of 6 more devices No influence of heating (50C) while irradiating

Sample size: 4

RadWG | May 2013nan FIP project

FieldDrive | FieldTR12FielDrive | FieldTR13 4000 purchased devices No lot tracking by Alstom FielDrive analog and digital part No dedicated tests, but there is some confidence

Several groups tested at CNGS, LHC Parasitically tested 2 devices; up to 400 Gy and up to 700 Gy

FielDrive | FieldTRtest proposal14

Study of failures of the digital part PSI targeted beam ~5 nanoFIP test boards

Study of failures of the analog part Fraunhofer; irradiation of complete boards ~5 nanoFIPdiag boards

Conclusions15 nanoFIP ProASIC3 Batch#1 validated! 5000 devices available Unconfigured ProASIC3 Batch#2 6 devices pending to be tested High confidence levels from previous testing FielDrive/ FieldTR organise dedicated testing Discussion on sample size/ samples selectionExtrasExtras

Radiation Tests Target nanoFIP = ~ 1e-13 cm2

system= ~ 5e-10 cm210 SEE / yearPSI facility, p+ 250MeV 2.1e9 p+/cm2/ Gy300 Gy lifetime of an Actel ProASIC3 device 6.3 e11 p+/cm2 with each device6.3 e12 p+/cm2 with 10 decices5000 nanoFIPs in the LHCLHC17Test Setup18

UserlogicFieldTRFieldriveMasterFIELDBUSnan FIP18Master

nan FIPTest Setup19UserlogicFieldTRFieldriveFIELDBUSCons19MasterTest Setup20

UserlogicFieldriveFIELDBUS

nan FIPFieldTRConsProd20Control RoomTest Setup21

UserlogicFieldTRFieldriveMasterFIELDBUSnan FIP

21Control RoomMasterTest Setup22

UserlogicFieldTRFieldrive

9V50mFIELDBUSnan FIP

22Control RoomMasterTest Setup23

UserlogicFieldTRFieldrive

RS 232

50m

9V50mFIELDBUSnan FIP

23WorldFIP, microFIP & nanoFIP (I)WorldFIP is a real-time fieldbus used at CERN's LHC for a variety of control systems: Cryogenics, Power Converters, Quench Protection, Beam Instrumentation, Radiation Monitoring, SurveyMore than 10000 WorldFIP client nodes (agents) and 200 WorldFIP master nodes installed in the LHCWorldFIP was selected because of the good performance of its agents under radiation

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FIELDBUSWFIPagentWorldFIPMasterUserlogicWorldFIP Architecture

sensorWFIPagentUserlogicactuatorFIELDRIVEFIELDTRWFIPagentUserlogicsensorFIELDRIVEFIELDTRFIEDRIVEFIELDTRFIELDRIVEFIELDTR24nanoFIP vs. microFIP25microFIPuserlogicsensorSignal ConditionersensorSignal Conditioner is: is not:

Backwards compatible for the usersensorSignal ConditionerMasterTailored to users needsCommon use of the chip and centralized supportrad-tol by designnanoFIPs and microFIPs can co-exist under the same MasterExpected demand >2000 components

nan FIPnan FIP25nanoFIP vs. microFIP26nanoFIPuserlogicsensorSignal ConditionersensorSignal ConditionersensorSignal ConditionerMaster is: is not:

Backwards compatible for the userTailored to users needsCommon use of the chip and centralized supportrad-tol by designnanoFIPs and microFIPs can co-exist under the same MasterExpected demand >2000 components

nan FIPnan FIP26Project Organization & Some HistoryALSTOM-CERN contract with CERN purchasing ALSTOMs design information. (2008)Concerns for the long-term availability of ALSTOMs components; WorldFIP Taskforce set up. (2006)Project divided in different Work Packages: (2009)WP1: microFIP code preliminary interpretation (B. Todd, TE/MPE & E. van der Bij)WP2: project management documentation for the in-sourcing (E. van der Bij)WP3: functional specifications for microFIPs replacement (E. van der Bij)WP4: rewrite & extend microFIP VHDL code WP5: write new code (P. Alvarez & E. Gousiou)WP6: test bench creation (G. Penacoba, TE/CRG)WP7: design of a board for functional and radiation tests (HLP, France)WP8: Radiation tests (CERN RadWG EN/STI & E. Gousiou)

Taskforce conclusions: No technological alternative & in-sourcing of WorldFIP technology. (2007)2727WorldFIP FramesCommunication throughput for 1Mbps:FSS2 bytesCtrl1 byteId2 bytesCRC2 byteFES1 byte8 bytes * 8 bits* 1 usFSS2 bytesCtrl1 byteData124 bytesCRC2 byteFES1 byte130 bytes * 8 bits * 1usMaster -> nanoFIPnanoFIP -> Master1.1 ms for 124 data-bytes= 0.9 Mb/sMaster -> nanoFIPnanoFIP -> Masterturnaround time10 us10 usFSS2 bytesCtrl1 byteId2 bytesCRC2 byteFES1 byteFSS2 bytesCtrl1 byteData2 bytesCRC2 byteFES1 byte10 us138 us for 2 data-bytes= 0.1 Mb/s28turnaround time28Project StatusMajority voter circuit:

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