I have just started to look at the cvs file containing the FEB electronics test information. The information I am being sent is a little different than what we had anticipated earlier. I found the original E-mail request sent on 7/11/2017, but of coarse, things have changed. I will forward this old E-mail, too.
Let me go through each of the tables inside the "Electronics Tables".
feb_id, comment, feb_type, module_id, module_position, location
new (i.e. what I am requesting):
feb_id , comments , feb_type, module_id, module_position
(looks like no change.)
feb_chip_id, feb_id, bias bus, comments, create time
new (i.e. what they are sending and what I am requesting):
feb_id, feb_channel, test_date, slope_bias_0, intercept_bias_0, bias_bus_1, bias_bus_2
The feb-channel runs from 0, 1, 2, 3
(the slope_bias_0, intercept_bias_0, bias_bus_1, bias_bus_2 are being sent in hexadecimal... can we store these quantities in the database as hexadecimal? Also, can the test_date be one of the keys?)
feb_chip_id, channel, dac_slope, dac_intercept, trim, sipm_id, comments
new (i.e. what they are sending me and what I am requesting):
feb_chip_id, channel, test_date, dac_slope, dac_intercept, trim, sipm_id, comments
(note, the dac_slope, dac_intercept are in hexadecimal, they are not asking for the trim, but let's keep it there and change it to hexadecimal. Again, can the test_date be one of the keys?)
Thanks for all of the help.
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