Meeting Agenda

9 March 2004

In attendance:  J. Nelson (notetaker), R. Chestnut, R. Hall, J. Rock


Slow archiver? 
(still true) Bob reports: factor of 2 faster!  Yeah!  One more thing to try, otherwise…


SLED FDBK through SCP slow feedback

     (still true) Ed did a wonderful job creating this, but unfortunately we haven’t had a chance to test it yet (hardware problems/tests).  4/1st probably.


SIS waveforms archived every hour (plus on change)

     (still true) We do want this and around early April.


Prep for phase 2a

Judy has begun to crank out new databases.  Most are ready to go (non-proc loop ones).  Once displays are ready, Judy’ll boot them in and we can check ‘em out.

Processing Loop status – ongoing.  Hopefully some progress this week.


     DTZ3 – after Judy’s hard work, Janice and Joe tested it and it works GREAT!  All are being archived.


macnair module support of aes

Basic database is there and works now.  (yeah)  Janice will find out if any macnairs will remain in tr09 or will all be in tr06.  Then Ron will create the appropriate databases.  Janice will spec out RMS/BIG requirements for 8-packs structures (probably one big group)


Will need to be able to archive and set the gain (internal to module). (potentially different for each module)

Will need to have AES on structures in tunnel April 1stish


PLC checkout

Janice is finished preparing the list. She hopes to start doing some of the checkout this this week.



To be installed late this week.  Janice will ask Cassel for touch panel printouts and this PLC’s unique number.  (still true) Janice has instructions for what to try when installed and ready to go.



     Bob’s working to make a space for Keith to do php play.  Hopefully soon. 


2-pack PLC coming in April-ish. 

~20 signals as yet undefined.  Janice will ask for TP printouts for this PLC too…


NLCTA/8-pack summary display

Janice wrote up a spec and will put it on the web.  Ron estimates a few hours of his time for the database and a few hours of others’ time to get the CUD/Web stuff to work.  Janice is responsible for the displays.