8 August 2016 Prototyping the E-ELT M1 local control system communication infrastructure
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The primary mirror of the E-ELT is composed of 798 hexagonal segments of about 1.45 meters across. Each segment can be moved in piston and tip-tilt using three position actuators. Inductive edge sensors are used to provide feedback for global reconstruction of the mirror shape. The E-ELT M1 Local Control System will provide a deterministic infrastructure for collecting edge sensor and actuators readings and distribute the new position actuators references while at the same time providing failure detection, isolation and notification, synchronization, monitoring and configuration management. The present paper describes the prototyping activities carried out to verify the feasibility of the E-ELT M1 local control system communication architecture design and assess its performance and potential limitations.
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J. Argomedo, N. Kornweibel, T. Grudzien, M. Dimmler, L. Andolfato, P. Barriga , "Prototyping the E-ELT M1 local control system communication infrastructure", Proc. SPIE 9913, Software and Cyberinfrastructure for Astronomy IV, 99131N (8 August 2016); doi: 10.1117/12.2232817; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.2232817
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