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BaBar Online Detector Control

Gerry Abrams1, Perry Anthony2, Mario Bandioli3, Chris Brown4, Pierre-Alexandre Fischer5, Fulvio Galeazzi6, Kenneth Kang7, David Kirkby7, Steve Lewis1, Carl Lionberger1, Martin Kocian8, Tim Meyer7, Tom Meyer5, Mauro Morandin9, James Olsen10, Pierluigi Paolucci11, Christophe Thiebaux12, Vincent Tisserand13, George Vasileiadas12, George Zioulas14
  1. Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory
  2. Stanford Linear Accelerator Laboratory
  3. INFN Sezione di Pisa
  4. University of Victoria
  5. Iowa State University
  6. INFN Sezione di Padova
  7. Stanford University
  8. Techn. Univ. Dresden
  9. INFN
  10. University of Maryland
  11. INFN Sezione di Napoli
  12. Ecole Polytechnique
  13. Annecy
  14. Stanford Linear Accelerator Center

Speaker: James Olsen

  The BaBar online detector control system uses the Engineering and Physics Industrial Control System (EPICS) to control and monitor the detector subsystems, environmental conditions, and accelerator parameters at the SLAC PEP-II B-Factory. We describe the EPICS hardware and software implementation, interaction with the rest of the BaBar online system through Run_Control, archiving of ambient data to the Objectivity database, and the handshaking mechanism between PEP-II and BaBar used to coordinate the injection sequence. Emphasis will be on operational experience over the May through September running period.

Presentation:  Adobe Acrobat pdf Short Paper:  Adobe Acrobat pdf 

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