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					Requirements Test Matrix
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Requirement



1   Modular Test Rig Concept
The architecture of the MTR is an evolution of the existing AGTR design specified in [2]. The most significant
change shall be the relocation of the Fault Insertion and Routing Unit (FIRU) from within the core cabinet to an
external portable chassis. This is to try and achieve higher utilisation of an expensive rig component, whilst also
providing a significant reduction in the cost and size of the core rig.
The MTR shall retain the same layout of IO at the VP1 core rig interface connector as well as the routing
between VP1 and VP2/VP3 bench connectors. This will ensure that project hardware is inter-changeable
between the MTR and the AGTR. As such, the configuration of the MTR when not using the portable FIRU will
be no different to that of the AGTR. When required, the FIRU can be connected to VP1 and the project specific
ITA connected to the FIRU trolley. This will provide the MTR with the same capability as the AGTR. Figure 1
illustrates the high level architecture of the system.




Figure 1 – Modular Test Rig Concept
The IO within the Modular Test Rig shall also be reviewed to understand if it can be removed, improved,
simplified or standardised to align with the existing AEC test platforms. Another key concept for the MTR is to
populate it with only the hardware required for its intended application. As long as the IO appears in the same
location at the VP1 core rig interface the IO reduction will be transparent to the user.

The MTR shall also be easily expandable to meet the requirements of future projects. This could be achieved by
adding an additional full size or half size bay to the side of the core rig cabinet in the future thus ensuring that
additional IO can be easily accommodated.


2 General Requirements
2.1 Scope of Supply
The following equipment shall be included per MTR.
a) Suitable host PC with dual 21” monitors (1600x1200 pixels), two network ports, Windows 7 and Microsoft
Office.
b) All associated software required to satisfy AEC software requirements.



c) Core Test Rig consisting of Real Time Target, IO, power suppliers and external interfaces.



d) Fault Insertion and Routing Chassis, including instrumentation chassis.



e) Documentation



f) Training


ADI shall also provide any applicable deliverables defined in [2] section7.




2.2 Health and Safety and Environment
The MTR is required to comply with all necessary HS&E requirements as specified for the previous CTR and
AGTR test platforms, detailed in [2] section 3.




2.3 Documentation
ADI shall provide documentation for the MTR which meets the requirements defined in [1] section 3.1 and [2]
section 7.0.




2.4 Acceptance Criteria
The delivered system will be accepted by a clause-by-clause validation exercise. This will be by test or by
design review where test is not practical.
2.5 Software Licensing
The MTR shall be provided with all relevant licenses as defined in [1] section 3.3.




2.6 Quality
The MTR shall meet the quality requirements defined in [1] section 3.9.



2.7 Maintenance, Maintainability and Diagnostics
The MTR shall meet the maintenance maintainability and diagnostic requirements defined in [1] section 3.7 and
[2] section 5.2.


2.8 Network
The MTR shall meet the network availability requirements defined in [1] section 3.6, [2] section 5.10 and Figure
4.


2.9 System Availability
The MTR shall meet the availability requirements defined in [1] section 3.5.



3   Hardware
The MTR hardware shall meet and not deviate from that used in the AGTR, CTR or MK6 PAT rig. That is unless
the hardware needs to be changed to aid an improvement in rig reliability, accuracy or hardware simplification.
The hardware requirements for the rig shall meet or exceed those detailed in [1] and [2].



As the MTR is based on the design of the AGTR, the hardware requirements specified in [2] shall take
precedence over those defined in [1].
3.1 Hardware Rationalisation
The MTR shall only have hardware applicable to its application. The initial MTR shall be capable of supporting
all existing AEC civil gas turbine engine control systems. This includes –
a. Trent XWB
b. Trent 1000
c. Trent 800
d. Trent 700
e. Trent 500
f. 524
g. BR725
h. BR710
i. Tay
Further test rigs may only require IO necessary for a single engine project or the MTR could be expanded to
include further engine control systems. An example would be adding the T56 functionality to the MTR. Based on
the IO removed from the AGTR this would require a single additional FPGA card and its associated wiring to the
VP1 core rig interface connector.
3.2 IO Summary
The following table (Table 1) is an extract from the AGTR specification [2] section 5.6. This table details the IO
required for the AGTR vs. that required for the MTR.


3.3 Fuel Rig Interface
There is no requirement to interface the MTR with the AEC Hydro-Mechanical Rigs. Testing with the HMR shall
be performed using the AGTR. As such hardware requirements detailed [2] section 5.3 may be ignored.

This includes both the IO required for the HMR interface as well as the physical interface VP4. Although ADI
should confirm that some of the HMR IO requirements such as generic ADC and DAC channels may be
supported by spare ADC and DAC channels on the MTR FPGA cards.

3.4 Hardware Types
The device types used to satisfy the MTR IO requirements captured in Table 1 shall be the same as those used
in the AGTR, as captured in [2] section 5.10. Any deviation from these requirements shall be agreed with AEC.

In general ADI shall review and if necessary propose possible improvements/changes to the hardware used in
the MTR. The hardware should be reviewed against cost to understand if the MTR requirements can be
satisfied using simpler solutions. It should also be reviewed to understand its accuracy and drift against the
updated AEC tolerance requirements detailed in section 5 table 2.

AEC would like particular attention to be paid to the hardware and device types detailed in the following sub
sections.
3.4.1 Aircraft Power Supplies
There is currently no requirement to support PMA simulation and power interrupts with the MTR. As such, the
aircraft power supply scheme should be reviewed. AEC suggest using the CTR power supply scheme,
consisting of a single California Instruments 2001RP AC supply and Xantrex XFR 35-35 DC supply, with
multiple switched outputs. AEC also propose donating a 2001RP AC supply from the CTR rigs for the MTR.

AEC propose the switched output configuration as detailed in table 2 for the new power supply architecture. This
proposal should be reviewed and agreed by ADI.




Table 2 – Power Supply Switching
The MTR should be designed to accommodate the integration of a 3 phase power supply to support PMA
simulation. It is envisaged that this will be installed in an independent trolley in the future. The MTR should
include blanking plates on an interface panel for a circular connector and two 50 way connectors for connection
of the PMA trolley to the MTR. The PMA contacts at JA1 should also be pre-populated with the wire left coiled
for use in the future.
The intention is that the PMA trolley will contain the 3 phase supply and relays controlling the power output. The
power would pass from the trolley to the rig via a circular connector mounted on the MTR interface panel. This
would then route the power to VP1 in the same location as it appears on the AGTR. Control of the 3 phase
supply and relays will come from the MTR and will connect to the PMA trolley via 50 way connectors on the
interface panel.
The control of the power supplies in the MTR should be via RS232 rather than GPIB. This is to address the
GPIB reliability experience on both the CTR and AGTR.


3.4.2 Proximity Switch Sensor
ADI shall propose an updated Proximity Switch simulation for the MTR. The AGTR hardware does not meet
EEC requirements. The new device shall be a current sink rather than a current source. The hardware used for
the same function in the CTR does satisfy the EEC requirements.


3.4.3 Current Sense
AEC have experienced considerably more issues with the current sense hardware used in the AGTR than that
used in the CTR. These issues have not been with the performance of the hardware in terms of its accuracy
and response, but in the establishment of communications with the real time project at run time.

The MTR should use the same current sense configuration as the CTR. This should address the issues
experience with the AGTR device, but more significantly free up valuable space in the DIOS chassis. This is
important as there will be limited space within the MTR single cabinet for expansion.


AEC are aware that the CTR hardware has the capability to change the gain and that this is configured via the
rig ITA. The gain pins on the MTR do not need to be at the VP1 connector and may be fixed at the 1A range,
which is the range typically used on the AGTR. Although not necessary, we would like an alternate method of
changing the gains if possible. This doesn’t necessarily have to be in a convenient location.
3.4.4 Thermocouples
ADI shall review the accuracy, drift and reliability of the thermocouple simulation to be used for the MTR. The
accuracy of the thermocouple device shall comply with the tolerance detailed in section 5 table 2. The hardware
should also exhibit less drift during a 3 month period than the AGTR and CTR.




ADI shall also consider a mechanism to capture and/or accommodate deviations in the thermocouple CJC
temperature to prevent unwanted temperature offsets.


3.4.5 Resistive Temperature Devices
ADI shall review the accuracy, drift and reliability of the resistive temperature simulation to be used for the MTR.
The accuracy of both the 2 wire and 4 wire RTD simulations shall comply with the tolerance detailed in section 5
table 2. The hardware should also exhibit less drift during a 3 month period than the AGTR and CTR.

ADI shall also consider active sense for the 2 wire RTD simulation to allow the MTR to actively compensate for
deviation in line resistance introduced by different ITA and harness combinations.
3.4.6 4 Wire Strain Gauges
ADI shall review the accuracy, drift and reliability of the 4 wire strain gauge simulation to be used for the MTR.
The accuracy of the 4 wire strain gauge simulation shall comply with the tolerance detailed in section 5 table 2.
The hardware should also exhibit less drift during a 3 month period than the AGTR and CTR.

3.5 Fault Insertion and Signal Routing
The MTR concept moves the existing AGTR FIRU system from within the core rig to an external cabinet. The
requirements for the MTR FIRU shall meet those detailed in [2] section 5.9. However, the following
requirements are in addition to those previously defined. Other deviations may be allowed with agreement from
AEC.
3.5.1 Instrumentation
The MTR shall have an instrumentation chassis connected to the fault system. The fault system shall have a
DMM and Timer Counter. There is no requirement for an Oscilloscope in the MTR as detailed in Table1. The
other hardware within the AGTR instrument chassis such as JTAG and USB can also be removed.
3.5.2 FIRU Architecture
ADI shall review the FIRU hardware to be used in the external MTR fault system. This rig will not need to
interface with the Fuel Rig, so the requirement for 3 pole relays is no longer essential. AEC also believe that the
number of fault buses may be reduced from 8 to 4 if a considerable reduction in system cost can be achieved.
The fault system shall however retain the same number of signal paths through the fault system, 328 low power
and 30 high power per bench connector (VP2/VP3), a total system count of 656 signal paths. The 55 signal
paths used for EEC sensing may also be removed.
If the existing hardware is migrated ‘as is’ to the external fault trolley, ADI shall provide access to the unused
‘real kit’ connections in an agreed form.
3.5.3 Reliability
ADI shall review and propose improvements to the reliability of the FIRU hardware based upon previous
experience of the hardware in the AGTR. AEC have experienced many hardware failures preventing full
utilisation of the FIRU system. ADI shall provide confidence in the performance of the hardware to be used in
the MTR fault trolley.
3.6 Serial Communications
The MTR shall retain the serial communications hardware required to interact with the EEC using RBL/ACT as
well as receiving HST data. This includes the hardware used for RS422 Electric Pressure simulation. However,
the existing AGTR requirements as captured in [2] section 5.10.1 for the support of ARINC 429 and further
requirement for ARINC 664 are not required to be supported directly by the MTR.
ADI shall integrate the MTR with the Rolls-Royce EMS system. ADI and AEC have already achieved this with
the CTR and AGTR and the same hardware and architecture should be used for the MTR.



AEC shall provide all external EMS hardware, more specifically the EMS RT, HST RT, Cisco Switch, ARINC429
Flight Convertor and EMS Host PC. ADI shall provide all necessary hardware to integrate the EMS with the test
rig.
3.6.1 RS422 Switching
The requirements in [2] section5.10 for switching between two source of RS422 shall be retained. This
functionality allows the RS422 communications with the EEC to be switched between the Host PC RS422
hardware (used for WinACT and MultiPRM) and the test rig RS422 hardware.
Hardware shall also be provided to perform the same switching between these RS422 sources and the EMS
RS422. The AGTR uses 16 hardwired Pickering relays on the resistor ladder device to switch between the PC
and Rig RS422 hardware. AEC have used a further 16 Pickering relays on the second resistor ladder board
downstream of the ADI switching, to switch between the previous two sources and EMS. The configuration of
this switching for EMS is done in the project ITA. ADI shall ensure the hardware required to perform the EMS
switching is available in the MTR.
3.6.2 PXI Chassis
To maximise the available spare PXI slots within the MTR, AEC request that the IO PXI chassis be upgraded
from the AGTR 14 slot chassis, to 18 slot chassis. This in conjunction with the spare DIOS slots provided by the
change in current sense hardware should help accommodate any future requirements for increased IO to
support new engine projects or new functionality.
3.7 Mains Power
The MTR shall be powered using single phase power as used for the CTR [1], rather than three phase power as
used for the AGTR [2].


3.7.1 Interlock Sequencing
The AGTR interlock system removed power to the aircraft power supplies if the ITA or VP2/3/4 connectors are
disconnected from the rig whilst the interlock function is engaged. The MTR shall maintain this functionality
including the interlock switch to disable or enable this feature. However, the interlock will not just remove power
to the power supplies, but to the entire rig.
3.7.2 Additional Power Outlets
The MTR shall also provide mains power for the EMS hardware, which will require four additional UK mains
sockets internal to the rig. The MTR will also be required to provide mains power for the fault trolley on an
external interface panel.
3.8 Additional Hardware Requirements
The MTR may require additional hardware for the monitoring of EEC voltage and current drives. Although out of
scope for the MTR, AEC would like to understand the implications of adding this additional hardware. Table 2
details the functions that may require additional monitoring.
In addition to the sense functionality AEC would also like to understand the implications of providing the
following additional hardware necessary to support the EEC spares currently un-accommodated by existing
AEC system test rigs. The additional channels of each IO type are captured in table 3.

4   Calibration and Selftest
The MTR shall meet the requirements defined in [2] section 5.4 for the selftest and calibration of the test rigs IO
when used in conjunction with fault trolley. ADI shall agree any non compliance with these requirements with
AEC.
The MTR shall utilise the FIRU trolley and ADvantageTM software to perform the automated verification and
calibration of test rig IO. It shall also be possible to perform selftest of the FIRU relays and buses.


ADI should consider efficiency improvements to the existing selftest and calibration procedures to strive to meet
the requirements in [2] 5.4.2 and 5.4.3 for test times of less than 10 minutes. However, AEC appreciate that
there are physical limitations in completing full system checks within these timescales.
The MTR shall utilise the existing loop back hardware provided for the AGTR as the configuration of the VP1
core rig interface and VP2/3 bench connector should be the same. However, AEC will provide an existing set of
AGTR loop back connectors for ADI to tailor for the MTR.

As the MTR has an external FIRU trolley, end to end calibration as defined in [2] section 5.4.4 should be
considered as an alternative to performing the calibration at an intermediate point within the system. ADI shall
advise AEC on any merit in using this approach.

4.1 Accuracy and Drift
The accuracy and drift of all IO to be used in the MTR shall be reviewed by ADI to provide AEC with an
understanding of each devices expected accuracy. AEC shall provide ADI with any supporting data on device
accuracy and drift captured through calibration of the existing test rigs. AEC shall also support ADI with any
additional investigation required to understand the behaviour of certain device types.
4.1.1 Tolerances
The values in Table 2 have been derived from the EEC hardware requirements for 3 separate Electronic Engine
Controllers. The calibration guidelines recommend a tolerance of 4 times tighter than that of the hardware under
test for calibration to avoid the requirement to perform calibration uncertainty analysis. As such the tolerances
detailed in Table 2 are 4 times tighter than the EEC hardware accuracy.
ADI shall provide AEC with confidence in their ability to meet the accuracies defined in Table 2 within the
existing scope of the MTR project. If these tolerances cannot be achieved within the current scope, ADI shall
provide AEC with proposals on how the required accuracy can be achieved. This may be by improved
calibration techniques or new hardware.
5   Mechanical
The mechanical design of the MTR shall be based on the AGTR and meet the requirements defined in AGTR
requirements document [2].


5.1 Core Rig Cabinet
AEC would like the MTR hardware to be consolidated into a single cabinet. This is believed to be possible after
the relocation of the FIRU system and reduction in IO. ADI shall confirm the feasibility of this request.
The following requirements are in addition to those defined in the AGTR requirement document [2] -
a. The single cabinet design shall maintain the AGTR geometry for the VP1 core rig interface and the VP2/VP3
bench connectors. This is important as project hardware will be inter-changeable between the AGTR and MTR.


b. The single cabinet core rig shall have removable side panels as well as the existing removable front panels
and door provided for the AGTR. This will give improved access to the core rig hardware for maintenance and
fault finding.
c. The core rig cabinet shall provide space for the Rolls-Royce EMS hardware; 1U HST RT, 4U Avionics RT,
2U ARINC429 Flight Convertor and 1U Cisco switch. This hardware can be distributed around the core rig if
necessary.
d. The noise generated by the MTR should be kept to a minimum as this rig could be located in an open office
environment with the operator in close proximity.


e. The ITA interlock switch should be located alongside the emergency stop button next to the VP2 and VP3
bench connectors.


f. A substantial ground bonding point for the unit under test should be provided externally to the rig. Details on
the type retrofitted to the AGTR should be gained from the ADI UK office. The location of the bonding point
should be on the left edge for the MTR cabinet as installed on the AGTR.
g. There is no requirement for a swinging arm as delivered for AGTR.
5.2 Interface Panels
The external AGTR interface panel should be replaced with two separate interface panels, one internal the other
external.


5.2.1 Internal Interface Panel
The internal interface panel should accommodate the following connections relocated from the AGTR interface
panel.x RJ45 LAN connections to the MTR internal network switch.
a. 5
b. 2 x RJ45 connections to route CAN to VP1.
c. 4 x RJ45 connections to route ARINC664 from EMS to VP1.
d. 1 x USB to connect to USB relay switch.
e. 1 x 37Way female D-Type for RS422 as per AGTR interface panel.
f. 1 x 37Way female D-Type for ARINC429 as per AGTR interface panel.
g. 1 x 37 Way female D-Type for EMS to route EMS RBL and HST to VP1 (Appendix 1)
5.2.2 External Interface Panel
The external interface panel should be located towards the bottom of the rig and should have the following
interface connections –
a. 1 x Single Phase 240V 32A, BS4343/IEC309, Blue 2P+E plug for rig mains power.
b. 1 x C13 socket for powering the fault trolley.
c. 1 x RJ45 LAN connection to the MTR internal network switch for the fault trolley.
d. 1 x USB to connect to USB relay (alternative to internal panel)
e. 1 x blanking plate for circular connector for future PMA trolley power interface.
f. 2 x blanking plate for 50 way connector for future PMA trolley control interface.
5.3 Fault Insertion and Routing Unit Cabinet
The FIRU cabinet is a new requirement for the MTR. The following high level requirements are applicable to the
mechanical design of the FIRU cabinet -
a. The FIRU system will be located in an external cabinet that will connect to the core rig via the VP1 core rig
interface connector. The project inter-changeable test adapter will then connect to the other side of the FIRU
cabinet (Figure 1).
b. The FIRU cabinet shall use a cabinet design consistent with that used for the project ITAs. As such it is
expect that ADI work with The PEAK Group to define the design of the FIRU cabinet and agree the final design
with AEC.
c. The FIRU cabinet height shall not exceed that of the existing project ITA cabinets. This is important as
project harnesses are design specifically against these dimensions.


d. The FIRU cabinet design shall allow for the easy maintenance of the hardware contained within. It should
also, if necessary include an interface panel to connect FIRU hardware to the core rig.




e. The FIRU cabinet shall be power from the core rig via an outlet on the core rig external interface panel.



f. The FIRU cabinet shall connect to the core rig network via a RJ45 connection on the core rig interface panel.



5.4 Interface Connectors
The interface connectors for the core rig IO (VP1), Lane A bench connector (VP2) and Lane B bench connector
(VP3) shall maintain the same signal mapping as the AGTR (as defined in [2] section 5.10). Regardless of
hardware type the IO will terminate at the VP1 connector in the same location as it would on the AGTR to
ensure that project hardware is interchangeable between the AGTR and the MTR. The routing between the VP1
and VP2/VP3 shall also be maintained to ensure the compatibility of existing test harnesses.

5.4.1 Sense Routing
As the BRIC55 has been removed from the system the sense wires that terminate at VP2/VP3 JA3 cannot be
accessed. AEC propose routing the VP2/VP3 JA3 96 way connectors to a 192 way connector at VP1 JA11. This
will then allow any required sense lines within a project harness to be routed to hardware within the MTR.

6   Software
The software and user interface requirements for the MTR shall meet both the CTR requirements [1] and AGTR
requirements [2]. These requirements are likely to be satisfied by the ADvantageVI, AdvantageDE,
ADvantageTM, ADvantageSC and Altia Software. AEC expect existing simulation used on either the CTR or
AGTR to work seamlessly when transferred to the MTR.
Additional software packages specified for the AGTR in [2] shall be reviewed by ADI in conjunction with AEC to
understand their applicability to the MTR application and their associated cost.
In addition to the existing functionality offered by the ADI software currently used on the AEC test platforms,
AEC would like to request the following additional functionality. ADI shall provided feedback on the implication of
these requests on the existing MTR scope.
6.1 Dynamic HST List
Currently EMS HST data is exchanged between the EEC and ADvantageVI over a dedicated UDP Ethernet link
that connects the EMS RT computer with an ADI Compute Engine. The requirement for this is so that EEC HST
symbols can be displayed dynamically using SimPlotter, the DAS stream or logged along with other model and
ARINC parameters for post test analysis. The ADI/EMS HST interface requires two user defined files;
filename .dct and filename .xml. The .dct file is defined as an external dictionary and is used to specify how the
EEC symbols will appear in the ADvantageVI data browser. The .xml file is not used by ADvantageVI but sent to
the EMS NT server to configure EMS to upload and transmit the requested symbols. These configuration files
are currently used at project launch and execution. They are generated using an AEC VB application that reads
the users test script, extracts all the referenced HST symbols and creates the files. Because the EEC software
may contain thousands of symbols but the EEC is only capable of transmitting just a few hundred to the EMS
HST RT it means that each test script may contain a unique list of EEC HST symbols. This requires
ADvantageVI to be stopped and restarted between test runs, apart from taking a few minutes to perform the
AEC would like ADI to revise this interface such that the HST List can be changed without the need to reload the
project or stop/start model execution. It would be acceptable however to perform an “update_setup”, assuming
of course this doesn’t result in any reliability issues! Having this capability would be of benefit with respect to test
execution time and could also offer improved rig reliability. Test scripts could easily change the logged EEC
parameters in response to events.
6.2 Data Set File Format
All simulation data from the ADvantageVI environment is currently encoded using the XDR protocol. This file
format is extremely inefficient in terms of file size and file load times. Consideration shall be given to an
alternative simulation data format. A format that is significantly compressed in terms of file size would be
advantageous as currently time is taken during test execution using WinZip to compress and uncompress XDR
files. Currently, AEC uses MATLAB to analyse the .xdr data files post test execution. This too presents
problems when trying to analyse large .xdr files as only the entire file can be loaded. It would be beneficial if the
user could select a subset of data to load in terms of the Independent Variable (ADI_ELAPSED_TIME) and the
available signals. It would also be useful if the file could be interrogated to determine the number of seconds of
data available, which signals have been recorded and to be able to extract comments without having to load the
file.
6.3 SimPlotter Enhancements
As stated in section 7.2, AEC currently uses MATLAB to plot and analyse .xdr data. This is inefficient in terms of
the time taken to load data files and having to use MATLAB licences for the relatively simple task of plotting
data. AEC would like to discuss with ADI the possibility of migrating the functionality that currently exists in the
AEC MATLAB Plotting and Analysis Tools known as TDA into SimPlotter. This functionality would allow easy
decoding of enumerated and discrete data types. If this can be undertaken AEC will produce a set of
requirements specifically for this task.
6.4 Command History
ADvantageVI currently allows Commands to be recalled from the command line pull-down control. Users have
expressed a wish to have a Command History window similar to that which is available in MATLAB. This would
then allow individual or groups of commands to be evaluated. Commands could also be selected and exported
to a file for embedding into a test script.
6.5 Data Browser Improvements
Two improvements to the Data Browser have been identified:
1. A search feature that would allow a comprehensive search of all data browser fields



2. Allow user defined nested folder hierarchy rather than the flat folder structure that is currently available.


6.6 Macro Improvements
Users have suggested that they would like to see a function that would return the file name and path of a
specified macro. For example, the user would enter “which Set” at the command line and it would return
“X:\CTF\CTF_MACRO_Library\Generics_V1.cmd”.

6.7 XML Support
Currently AEC test scripts use the Interact Intrinsic functions fprint, fopen and fclose to write information to a
workspace file in html format whilst executing. This file is then examined post test execution to determine if the
test has passed or failed. AEC would like to investigate the possibility of writing test output files in XML format
this would enable us to generate automated reports using style sheets etc. AEC would therefore like XML
support within the Interact command language similar to that that is available within the Python Scripting
language.
6.8 NI DMM and Counter Timer Integration
The only method of cross checking system IO against the calibrated DMM and Timer Counter in the test rig
instrumentation chassis is to use the Advantage TM software. AEC would like to understand the feasibility of
adding an interface within the Advantage VI software to retrieve values from the National Instruments DMM and
Timer Counter. This would allow VI test scripts to audit signals using a calibrated reference.
AEC
33488
MTR Core Rig - F9.0224
MTR Fault Trolley - F9.0225
12/2/2011

Comments or Deviations   Test Type       Test Notes                    Test Reference
from Requirements per
Design Review


                         By Inspection   The Trolley and MTR Core Rig Not Applicable
                                         were tested individually and
                                         together proving the modular
                                         concept.




                         By Design       IO Testing is documented in   Not Applicable
                                         section 3.2




                         By Design       As part of the design review, Not Applicable
                                         expandability was reviewed
                                         and optimized
By Inspection                                 Not Applicable

By Inspection    Noted: Incompatible with      Not Applicable
                 Simulink 2007a - AEC will use
                 alternate host for Simulink

By Inspection                                 Not Applicable


By Inspection                                 Not Applicable


By Inspection                                 Not Applicable


To be provided at                             Not Applicable
SAT
By Design         Based on the same           Not Applicable
                  components and practices
                  from CTR and AGTR



By Design        Based on the same            Not Applicable
                 components and practices
                 from CTR and AGTR.



By Design        Based on the same            Not Applicable
                 components and practices
                 from CTR and AGTR.




By Design        To be provided after         Not Applicable
                 acceptance; demo licenses
                 will be provided at
                 installation

By Design        Based on the same practices Not Applicable
                 from CTR and AGTR.
By Design   Based on the same              Not Applicable
            components and practices
            from CTR and AGTR.

By Design   Based on the same              Not Applicable
            components and practices
            from CTR and AGTR.

By Design   Based on the same              Not Applicable
            components and practices
            from CTR and AGTR.

By Design   The Hardware is based on the     Not Applicable
            AGTR as the baseline; only
            changes agreed to at design
            review were implemented




By Design   The system design is based       Not Applicable
            on configurable IO; Meeting
            requirements from different
            programs is a matter of
            configuring the IO




By Test                                    See IO Test
                                           Summary Page



By Design                                    Not Applicable
                            By Design                                   Not Applicable




                            Noted


Xantrax Supply replaced with By Design   Design Review decision to    Not Applicable
Kepco                                    replace the Xantrax supply
                                         with a Kepco Supply; CI
                                         supply provided by AEC
Implemented as agreed per   By Design                                 Not Applicable
design review and ADI's
DDS document




                            By Design                                 Not Applicable




                            By Design                                 Not Applicable




                            By Design                                 Not Applicable
By Design        CTR solution was                 Not Applicable
                 implemented in the design
                 vs. the AGTR solution



By Design        CTR solution was                 Not Applicable
                 implemented in the design
                 vs. the AGTR solution
By Design        CTR solution was                 Not Applicable
                 implemented in the design
                 vs. the AGTR solution

By Design        Gain setting provided on         Not Applicable
                 DIOS CAB board



By Test          ADI reviewed drift and       See System
                 accuracy for thermocouples - Characterization
                 several component changes Tab
                 were made to improve the
                 performance

Not Applicable   Nothing specific identified in Not Applicable
                 this area for improvements



By Test          ADI designed a new variable See System
                 resistor board to handle the 2- Characterization
                 wire RTD                        Tab
By Test          ADI designed a new variable See System
                 resistor board to handle the 2- Characterization

By Test          ADI designed a new variable See System
                 resistor board to handle the 2- Characterization
                 wire RTD                        Tab


By Test                                           Fault Testing
                                                  Report



By Design        All IO tests use instrumention
PDR/CDR it was agreed to     By Test                             Fault Testing
move to 4 Fault busses for                                       Report
architecture




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Integration testing at ADI  By Design                            Not Applicable
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                           Out of Scope -
                           only a
                           consideration
                           Out of Scope -
                           only a
                           consideration

                           By Test                                           See IO Test
                                                                             Summary Page

                           By Test                                           See IO Test
                                                                             Summary Page

                           By Test                                           See IO Test
                                                                             Summary Page

                           By Test          A few issues were identified     See IO Test
                                            in the loopback ITA - in these   Summary Page
                                            cases fsome IO was tested
                           By Test          manually asperformed at the
                                            Calibration noted                See IO Test
                                            trolley                          Summary Page



                           By Test                                           See System
                                                                             Characterization
                                                                             Tab


                           By Test                                           See System
                                                                             Characterization
                                                                             Tab

                           By Test                                           See System
                                                                             Characterization
                                                                             Tab


Mechanical Design agreed to By Design                                        Not Applicable
at design review - delivered
to this layout


Mechanical Design agreed to By Design                                        Not Applicable
at design review - delivered
to this layout
                           By Inspection   Not Applicable


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                           Noted

As agreed at CDR and noted By Design       Not Applicable
in DDS



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in DDS




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in DDS
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By Design                                 Not Applicable


By Design   The drop down feature for     Not Applicable
            the ITAs is not going to be
            usable; access will need to
            be gained through top of
            trolley.
By Design                                 Not Applicable


By Design                                 Not Applicable




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By Design                                 Not Applicable




By Design   Same software as used for     Not Applicable
            AGTR and CTR
                          By Test                                      Software tested as
                                                                       part of Advatnage
                                                                       Release test
                                                                       process for 8.3.2;
                                                                       Testing with EMS is
                                                                       required on-site as
                                                                       ADI does not have
                                                                       access to EMS at
                                                                       ADI




As agreed per ADI's DDS   By Test                                      ADI provided
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As agreed per ADI's DDS   By Test                                      Tested as part of
                                                                       SIMplotter SAS
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                                                                       ADvantage 8.3.2
                                                                       release tesing
As agreed per ADI's DDS   Not Applicable   Provided example of using   Not Applicable
                                           standard product method

As agreed per ADI's DDS   By Test                                      Tested as part of
                                                                       ADvantage 8.3.2
                                                                       release tesing
As agreed at CDR - nothing   Not Applicable
planned pending further
requirements




                             Not Applicable   Although desirable, ADI was
                                              unable to easily implment
                                              this feature; a future
                                              enhancement request has
                                              been entered for future
                                              consideration
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I/O and Signal Conditioning System                          Board             Initial Arcal Tests      Final Test                       Notes                                 Test Result File
Functionality                      Implementation / Boards Quantity Channels Run / Connectivity        Complete
RBL                                                                          Pass - 11/30/11      Pass - 11/30/11                                                   rs422_1-3.html
HST                                Ballard 122-432-432        1        8

Resolver                          NAI 75DS1                     1         4    Pass - 11/30/11     Pass - 11/30/11   Verify Tolerance and Test Procedure            resolver_1_D.html



LVDT 4, 5 or 6-wire               NAI 75DL1                     5        20    Pass - 11/30/11     Pass - 11/30/11   16 channels tested via Arcal.                  lvdt_1-4_C.html


                                                                                                                     4 channels do not go through loopback ITA; ni75dl1_5.xls
                                                                                                                     Tested four channels manually
Discrete Contact                  PXI-2570                      2        80    Pass - 11/30/11     Pass - 11/30/11   Due to problem in loopback ITA - tested    ni2570_in_system.xlsx
                                                                                                                     manually

Thermocouple                      NI7831R                       3        24    Pass - 11/30/11     Pass - 11/30/11   All Channels pass at tolerance of 50 uV       therm_50uV_tolerance.html
                                  DIOS Divider                  1        24                                          Verficiation performed at 20uV as Goal for therm_20uV_tolerance.html
                                                                                                                     improved tolerance (2 fialures at that
                                                                                                                     toelrance)
RBT 2-wire                           DIOS Variable Resistor     2        16    Pass - 11/30/11     Pass - 11/30/11   Manually tested at the Trolley VP;            varres_1.xlsx
                                                                                                                     Continuity for both VR slots tested. Only
                                                                                                                     one board was available at the time of
                                                                                                                     integration and test; Results shown are
                                                                                                                     uncalibrated; Design Verification results are
                                                                                                                     calibrated (see System Characterization and
                                                                                                                     New Var Res Bd analysis in this workbook)
                                                                                                                     Calibrated at the bench in design verification Design_Verification_Var_Resistor.x
                                                                                                                                                                    ls
Strain 4-wire                     DIOS Ratio                    2        16    Pass - 11/30/11     Pass - 11/30/11   Two test results are provided for different    ratio_1_2_DACB_200micro_tol.ht
                                                                                                                     tolerances; 200uV results attahced; All        ml
                                                                                                                     passed
Proximity Switch                  DIOS I-Source                 2        16    Pass - 11/30/11                       Boards not available but continuity verified

Inductive Probe                   PXI-40290                     1         2    Pass - 11/30/11     Pass - 11/30/11                                                  resladder_test.html
Fuel Flow                         NI7831R                       1         1    Pass - 11/30/11     Pass - 11/30/11                                                  fuelflow_test.html
Electric Pressure RS422           Ballard 121-432               1         4    Pass - 11/30/11     Pass - 11/30/11                                                  rs422_1-3.html

Vibrating Transducer (Pressure)   NI7831R                       2        12    Pass - 11/30/11     Pass - 11/30/11                                                  vibrating_cylinder_1_2.html
DCSense                           DIOS I-Sense-2                4        56    Pass - 11/30/11     Pass - 11/30/11   48 channels looped-back through ITA (in        dcsense.html
                                                                                                                     Arcal results)
                                                                                                                     8 Channels tested manully due to lack of       dcsense_raw_brd2_ch16_to_ch23.
                                                                                                                     interface in ITA                               xlsx
                                                                                                                     Calibrated data for one channel with bench     ni6224_board2_chan16.xlsx
                                                                                                                     supply vs. internal supply
ACSense                           DIOS I-Sense-3                1         8    Pass - 11/30/11     Pass - 11/30/11                                                  ac_current_sense_1.html
Speed Probe                       NI7831R                       2        16    Pass - 11/30/11     Pass - 11/30/11   Gain on transformer board has been             speed_1_2_11_22_11.html
                                  DIOS LV Transformer           1        16                                          increased. Function file or scale factor can
                                                                                                                     be modified to adjust amplitude
Oil Quantity    PXI-40290   1   1   Pass - 11/30/11   Pass - 11/30/11                                               resladder_test.html

BRIC tests                          Pass - 11/30/11   Pass - 11/30/11      BRIC Tests changed to 4 bus configuration; All_brics.html
                                                                           date at top of header wrong but test dates
                                                                           correct
VP2/VP3 tests                       Pass - 11/30/11   Pass with one pin    Bent pin in BRIC 248 found causing one short vp2_vp3_with_loopback3.html
                                                      failure - 11/30/11   in test; Repair to take place at AEC's
                                                                           convenience
MTR System Characterization
           AEC Provided Tolerance/ Accuracy Goals (4x) and                                                    ADI Estimated Accuracy                                                        MTR System Results
                           Requirements
Function                             4x Product Verification    Units   Calibration    Comment       MTR Board        Accuracy     Units    Typical Accuracy      Tolerance & Measured Results     Units                        Notes
                                      Accuracy   Tolerance                Period                      Solution         of MTR                  that may be
                                                                                                                                             acheivable with
                                                                                                                      Simulator
                                                                                                                                                 improved
                                                                                                                         IO*                    calibration


RTD (4 Wire)                   +/-   0.12       0.39           Ohms      3 Months     0.375 oC   DIOS Variable             0.12    Ohms                 0.02 Test Range: 50-1000 Ohms            Ohms      Accuarcy listed is from design verification;
                                                                                                 Resistor (improved                                          Max Error: 0.16                               system data not calibrated
                                                                                                 design)                                                     Average Error: 0.047
RTD (2 Wire)                   +/-   0.23       0.39           Ohms      3 Months     0.7 oC     DIOS Variable             0.23    Ohms                      Test Range: 50-1000 Ohms            Ohms      Accuarcy listed is from design verification;
                                                                                                 Resistor (improved                                          Max Error: 0.26                               system data not calibrated
                                                                                                 design)                                                     Average Error: 0.056
Differential Pressures         +/-   0.17       0.6            mV        3 Months                DIOS Ratio                0.20       mV                0.07 Tolerance (DACB): 0.6               mV        Measured using Arcal
                                                                                                                                                             Max Error: 0.048
                                                                                                                                                             Average Error: 0.013
Thermocouples                  +/-   0.02       0.12           mV        3 Months     0.5 oC     rtX PXI NI-7831r &        0.02       mV                0.01 Tolerance: 0.05                     mV        Measured using Arcal 5pt test; Adding more
                                                                                                 DIOS Divider                                                Max Error: 0.045                              points had a big effect
                                                                                                                                                             Average Error: 0.0057

Torque Motors (Current         +/-   0.25       0.5            mA        6 Months                DIOS I-Sense                0.1      mA                       DC Sense:                         mA        Using the Arcal calibration and test makes use
Sense)                                                                                                                                                         Tolerance: 10 mA                            of the internal Kepco supply; Using a bench
                                                                                                                                                               Max Error: 1.9mA                            supply the accuracy of the current sense is
                                                                                                                                                               Average Error: 0.63mA                       improved

Ignitor (Current Sense)        +/-   0.125      0.5            mA        6 Months                DIOS I-Sense                0.1      mA                       AC Sense:
                                                                                                                                                               Tolerance: 6 mA
                                                                                                                                                               Max Error: 0.58mA
                                                                                                                                                               Average Error: 0.21mA
Solenoids (Current Sense)      +/-   1          3.14           mA        6 Months                DIOS I-Sense                0.1      mA


Fuel Flow                      +/-   0.00139    0.056          ms        6 Months     2.5 pph    NI7831R               2.50E-05       ms                       Tolerance: 0.01                   ms
                                                                                                                                                               Max Error: 0.0015
Speeds (Freq)                  +/-   0.725      0.725          Hz        6 Months                NI7831R; DIOS LV          0.05       Hz                       Tolerance: 0.5                    Hz
                                                                                                 Transformer
Speeds (Amp)                   +/-   0.015                     VRMS      6 Months                NI7831R; DIOS LV            0.5   VRMS                        Tolerance: 6.0                    VRMS      Measured but not scaled or calibrated
                                                                                                 Transformer
Inductive Probe/ Oil Quatity                                                                     PXI-40290                0.50%                                Tolerance: 165; 0.5% of FS        Ohms

LVDT                           +/-   0.00025    0.0002         Ratio     6 Months                NAI 75DL1                0.10%     Ratio                      Tolerance: 0.15%                  Ratio     The higher tolerance for Arcal testingwas
                                                                                                                                                                                                           required due to the reference signal; AEC will
                                                                                                                                                                                                           use speed probe through project trolley

Resolver                       +/-   0.08       0.07           Degree    6 Months                NAI 75DS1                0.008 Degrees                        Tolerance: 0.065                  Ratio     The higher tolerance for Arcal testing was
                                                               s                                                                                                                                           required due to the reference signal; AEC will
                                                                                                                                                                                                           use speed probe through project trolley

* Accuracy specification is at calibration and assumes an improved calibration ADI will improve the calibraiton as part of the MTR system test and deliverables.
Thermocouple Test
                       Arcal Tolerance (All pass)                               5.00E-05
                       Improved Tolerance Goal                                  2.00E-05
                       Max Error                                                4.49E-05
                       Average Error                                            5.71E-06

mtr_thermocouple_1_0
                        Expected Voltage (V)        Measured Voltage (V)    Error (V)
                                             0                 -0.00000205 0.00000205
                                       0.01875                  0.01874836    1.64E-06
                                       0.03125                  0.03125103    1.03E-06
                                       0.04375                  0.04374967     3.3E-07
                                       0.05625                  0.05624833    1.67E-06
mtr_thermocouple_1_1
                        Expected Voltage (V)        Measured Voltage (V)    Error (V)
                                             0                 -0.00000671 0.00000671
                                       0.01875                  0.01874831    1.69E-06
                                       0.03125                    0.0312475    2.5E-06
                                       0.04375                  0.04374305    6.95E-06
                                       0.05625                  0.05624501    4.99E-06
mtr_thermocouple_1_2
                        Expected Voltage (V)        Measured Voltage (V)    Error (V)
                                             0                  0.00000551 0.00000551
                                       0.01875                  0.01875269    2.69E-06
                                       0.03125                  0.03125476    4.76E-06
                                       0.04375                  0.04375745    7.45E-06
                                       0.05625                  0.05625803    8.03E-06
mtr_thermocouple_1_3
                        Expected Voltage (V)        Measured Voltage (V)      Error (V)
                                             0                    0.0000021   0.0000021
                                       0.01875                  0.01874681      3.19E-06
                                       0.03125                  0.03124894      1.06E-06
                                       0.04375                  0.04375139      1.39E-06
                                       0.05625                  0.05625687      6.87E-06
mtr_thermocouple_1_4
                        Expected Voltage (V)        Measured Voltage (V)    Error (V)
                                             0                 -0.00003001 0.00003001
                                       0.01875                    0.0187949   4.49E-05
                                       0.03125                  0.03127433   2.433E-05
                                       0.04375                  0.04374801    1.99E-06
                                       0.05625                    0.0562159   3.41E-05
mtr_thermocouple_1_5
                        Expected Voltage (V)        Measured Voltage (V)    Error (V)
                                             0                 -0.00000046 0.00000046
                                       0.01875                  0.01874698    3.02E-06
                                       0.03125                  0.03125009       9E-08
                                       0.04375                  0.04375012     1.2E-07
                                     0.05625               0.05625096       9.6E-07
mtr_thermocouple_1_6
                       Expected Voltage (V)    Measured Voltage (V)    Error (V)
                                           0               0.00000227 0.00000227
                                     0.01875               0.01875256    2.56E-06
                                     0.03125               0.03124889    1.11E-06
                                     0.04375               0.04375539    5.39E-06
                                     0.05625               0.05625044     4.4E-07
mtr_thermocouple_1_7
                       Expected Voltage (V)    Measured Voltage (V)    Error (V)
                                           0               0.00000208 0.00000208
                                     0.01875               0.01875014     1.4E-07
                                     0.03125               0.03125123    1.23E-06
                                     0.04375                 0.0437477    2.3E-06
                                     0.05625               0.05625272    2.72E-06
mtr_thermocouple_2_0
                       Expected Voltage (V)    Measured Voltage (V)    Error (V)
                                           0               0.00000967 0.00000967
                                     0.01875               0.01874653    3.47E-06
                                     0.03125               0.03125058     5.8E-07
                                     0.04375                 0.0437502      2E-07
                                     0.05625               0.05625029     2.9E-07
mtr_thermocouple_2_1
                       Expected Voltage (V)    Measured Voltage (V)    Error (V)
                                           0              -0.00000003 0.00000003
                                     0.01875               0.01875034      3.4E-07
                                     0.03125               0.03124923      7.7E-07
                                     0.04375               0.04376086   1.086E-05
                                     0.05625               0.05624976      2.4E-07
mtr_thermocouple_2_2
                       Expected Voltage (V)    Measured Voltage (V)    Error (V)
                                           0              -0.00000316 0.00000316
                                     0.01875               0.01874448    5.52E-06
                                     0.03125               0.03124308    6.92E-06
                                     0.04375               0.04374461    5.39E-06
                                     0.05625               0.05624682    3.18E-06
mtr_thermocouple_2_3
                       Expected Voltage (V)    Measured Voltage (V)      Error (V)
                                           0                -0.0000036   0.0000036
                                     0.01875                 0.0187438      6.2E-06
                                     0.03125               0.03124725      2.75E-06
                                     0.04375                 0.0437508        8E-07
                                     0.05625               0.05624992         8E-08
mtr_thermocouple_2_4
                       Expected Voltage (V)    Measured Voltage (V)    Error (V)
                                           0              -0.00000248 0.00000248
                                     0.01875               0.01874269    7.31E-06
                                     0.03125                0.03124276     7.24E-06
                                     0.04375                0.04374234     7.66E-06
                                     0.05625                0.05624788     2.12E-06
mtr_thermocouple_2_5
                       Expected Voltage (V)    Measured Voltage (V)    Error (V)
                                           0               0.00000188 0.00000188
                                     0.01875               0.01874771    2.29E-06
                                     0.03125               0.03125015     1.5E-07
                                     0.04375               0.04375257    2.57E-06
                                     0.05625                 0.0562576    7.6E-06
mtr_thermocouple_2_6
                       Expected Voltage (V)    Measured Voltage (V)    Error (V)
                                           0              -0.00001078 0.00001078
                                     0.01875               0.01876428   1.428E-05
                                     0.03125               0.03125563    5.63E-06
                                     0.04375               0.04374276    7.24E-06
                                     0.05625               0.05623693   1.307E-05
mtr_thermocouple_2_7
                       Expected Voltage (V)    Measured Voltage (V)    Error (V)
                                           0               0.00000088 0.00000088
                                     0.01875               0.01874329    6.71E-06
                                     0.03125               0.03124819    1.81E-06
                                     0.04375               0.04374954     4.6E-07
                                     0.05625               0.05624586    4.14E-06
mtr_thermocouple_3_0
                       Expected Voltage (V)    Measured Voltage (V)    Error (V)
                                           0              -0.00004046 0.00004046
                                     0.01875                 0.0187482    1.8E-06
                                     0.03125               0.03125764    7.64E-06
                                     0.04375               0.04374934     6.6E-07
                                     0.05625               0.05624331    6.69E-06
mtr_thermocouple_3_1
                       Expected Voltage (V)    Measured Voltage (V)    Error (V)
                                           0               0.00000524 0.00000524
                                     0.01875               0.01874422    5.78E-06
                                     0.03125               0.03125388    3.88E-06
                                     0.04375               0.04374876    1.24E-06
                                     0.05625               0.05624994       6E-08
mtr_thermocouple_3_2
                       Expected Voltage (V)    Measured Voltage (V)    Error (V)
                                           0              -0.00001054 0.00001054
                                     0.01875               0.01876892   1.892E-05
                                     0.03125               0.03125872    8.72E-06
                                     0.04375               0.04374453    5.47E-06
                                     0.05625                 0.0562375   1.25E-05
mtr_thermocouple_3_3
                       Expected Voltage (V)    Measured Voltage (V)      Error (V)
      0   -0.00001456 0.00001456
0.01875    0.01874086    9.14E-06
0.03125    0.03124784    2.16E-06
0.04375    0.04374758    2.42E-06
0.05625    0.05623994   1.006E-05
DC Sense Test
          Arcal Tolerance (All pass)
                                 ADC                         0.0200000    V      20
                                 DACA                        0.0060000    V        6
                                 DACB                        0.0006000    V      0.6
          Verification Tolerance                             0.0006000    V      0.6
          Improved Tolerance Goal                            0.0001700    V    0.17
          Max Error                                          0.0000478    V   0.048
          Average Error                                      0.0000130    V   0.013

mtr_sg4w_dacb_1_0
           Expected Voltage (V) Measured Voltage (V)   Error (V)
                          -0.35          -0.35001013          1.013E-05
                              0          -0.00000792           7.92E-06
                           0.35           0.34999824           1.76E-06

mtr_sg4w_dacb_1_1
           Expected Voltage (V) Measured Voltage (V)   Error (V)
                          -0.35          -0.35004354          4.354E-05
                              0          -0.00001044        0.00001044
                           0.35           0.35001385          1.385E-05

mtr_sg4w_dacb_1_2
           Expected Voltage (V) Measured Voltage (V)   Error (V)
                          -0.35          -0.35000286           2.86E-06
                              0          -0.00000228        0.00000228
                           0.35           0.35000098            9.8E-07

mtr_sg4w_dacb_1_3
           Expected Voltage (V) Measured Voltage (V)   Error (V)
                          -0.35          -0.35000145           1.45E-06
                              0           0.00003006        0.00003006
                           0.35           0.35000998           9.98E-06

mtr_sg4w_dacb_1_4
           Expected Voltage (V) Measured Voltage (V)   Error (V)
                          -0.35          -0.35002166          2.166E-05
                              0          -0.00000971        0.00000971
                           0.35           0.34999129           8.71E-06

mtr_sg4w_dacb_1_5
           Expected Voltage (V) Measured Voltage (V)   Error (V)
                        -0.35          -0.35000047            4.7E-07
                            0           0.00000488        0.00000488
                         0.35           0.35000515           5.15E-06

mtr_sg4w_dacb_1_6
         Expected Voltage (V) Measured Voltage (V)   Error (V)
                        -0.35          -0.35000277           2.77E-06
                            0           0.00002909        0.00002909
                         0.35           0.35000017            1.7E-07

mtr_sg4w_dacb_1_7
         Expected Voltage (V) Measured Voltage (V)   Error (V)
                        -0.35          -0.35000512           5.12E-06
                            0           0.00000258        0.00000258
                         0.35           0.34999281           7.19E-06

mtr_sg4w_dacb_2_0
         Expected Voltage (V) Measured Voltage (V)   Error (V)
                        -0.35           -0.3499932             6.8E-06
                            0           0.00002408        0.00002408
                         0.35           0.34996811          3.189E-05

mtr_sg4w_dacb_2_1
         Expected Voltage (V) Measured Voltage (V)   Error (V)
                        -0.35          -0.34999096           9.04E-06
                            0           0.00001959        0.00001959
                         0.35           0.34998298          1.702E-05

mtr_sg4w_dacb_2_2
         Expected Voltage (V) Measured Voltage (V)   Error (V)
                        -0.35          -0.35000318           3.18E-06
                            0          -0.00000577        0.00000577
                         0.35           0.34999841           1.59E-06

mtr_sg4w_dacb_2_3
         Expected Voltage (V) Measured Voltage (V)   Error (V)
                        -0.35          -0.35002887          2.887E-05
                            0           0.00000404        0.00000404
                         0.35           0.34997731          2.269E-05

mtr_sg4w_dacb_2_4
         Expected Voltage (V) Measured Voltage (V)   Error (V)
                        -0.35          -0.35000807           8.07E-06
                            0           0.00002114        0.00002114
                         0.35           0.34998962          1.038E-05

mtr_sg4w_dacb_2_5
         Expected Voltage (V) Measured Voltage (V)   Error (V)
                        -0.35          -0.35001427         1.427E-05
                            0           -0.0000354         0.0000354
                         0.35           0.34997991         2.009E-05

mtr_sg4w_dacb_2_6
         Expected Voltage (V) Measured Voltage (V)   Error (V)
                        -0.35          -0.35000387           3.87E-06
                            0          -0.00000268        0.00000268
                         0.35           0.35002059          2.059E-05

mtr_sg4w_dacb_2_7
         Expected Voltage (V) Measured Voltage (V)   Error (V)
                        -0.35          -0.35004783          4.783E-05
                            0           0.00000574        0.00000574
                         0.35           0.34997553          2.447E-05
mV
mV
mV
mV
mV
mV
mV
Part Number         D205A0700
Board Name          CF DIOS Variable Resistor Board
Serial Number       A2912339
Date Tested         5/13/2010
Tester              APR DER



Calibration Data
ADC Calibration
Channel              Imax(10ma)         Imin (1ma)
CH0                    10.0119            1.0099
CH1                    10.1295            1.0146
CH2                    10.1278            1.0128
CH3                    10.1314            1.0133
CH4                    10.1340            1.0128
CH5                    10.1351            1.0131
CH6                    10.1345            1.0134
CH7                    10.1366            1.0153
                                             n


Note: D205A0700 has 8 low resistance (Approx 30-1024 Ohms) Channels

DAC Calibration
Channel             I 0 (9ma+/-0.5)        V0           I 1 (9ma +/- 0.5)      V1      I 2 (1ma +/- 0.05)      V2
CH0                      8.9340          10.1075              9.0235         1.9262          1.0653          5.8288
CH1                      8.9336          10.1082              9.0263         1.9140          1.0645          5.8297
CH2                      8.9353          10.1069              9.0259         1.9148          1.0651          5.8291
CH3                      8.9337          10.1093              9.0264         1.9151          1.0639          5.8304
CH4                      8.9333          10.1103              9.0271         1.9149          1.0631          5.8313
CH5                      8.9338          10.1106              9.0277         1.9154          1.0632          5.8313
CH6                      8.9340          10.1110              9.0277         1.9159          1.0634          5.8311
CH7                      8.9353          10.1097              9.0284         1.9158          1.0648          5.8297

DAC Constants
Channel              K1 (544+/-2)     K2 (5461 +/- 10) K3 (32768 +/- 200)
CH0                   543.7620          5468.0297         32800.5850
CH1                   543.7089          5464.9091         32791.8120
CH2                   543.5440          5465.8754         32796.7810
CH3                   543.7114          5464.9023         32797.3670
CH4                   543.6965          5463.7182         32798.5310
CH5                   543.7070          5463.7944         32798.5700
CH6                   543.7832          5463.9409         32797.2140
CH7                   543.8028          5464.9379         32790.5270

Resistance Measurements 4 Wire Mode (Relays Closed)
Low Resistance (Approx 30-1024 Ohms) Channels                                                                                                                    50       500       1000
Channel                50 Ohms        Voltage               Current         500 Ohms       Voltage           Current   1K Ohms     Voltage    Current           Error    Error      Error
CH0                    49.9958        0.4731               0.009463         499.9623        3.3184          0.006637   1000.0000   4.9831    0.004983         0.004227   0.037666   0.000000
CH1                    50.0280        0.4735               0.009464         499.9849        3.3187          0.006638    999.9599   4.9837    0.004984         0.028002   0.015066   0.040129
CH2                    49.9662        0.4729               0.009464         499.9699        3.3187          0.006638    999.8596   4.9835    0.004984         0.033811   0.030130   0.140444
CH3                    50.0792        0.4740               0.009464         499.9849        3.3190          0.006638    999.8796   4.9838    0.004984         0.079244   0.015064   0.120376
CH4                    50.0053        0.4733               0.009466         499.9925        3.3192          0.006639    999.8596   4.9839    0.004985         0.005282   0.007532   0.140433
CH5                    50.0111        0.4734               0.009466         500.0075        3.3195          0.006639    999.9198   4.9843    0.004985         0.011092   0.007531   0.080246
CH6                    50.0000        0.4733               0.009467         499.9849        3.3195          0.006639    999.8395   4.9842    0.004985         7.11E-15   0.015062   0.160481
CH7                    50.0174        0.4735               0.009467         500.0000        3.3197          0.006639    999.8596   4.9845    0.004985         0.017428   0.000000   0.140416
                                                                                                                                                        max   0.160481
Resistance Measurements 2 Wire Mode With Sense Inputs (Relays Open)                                                                                     avg   0.047069
10 Ohm Resistors from Normal Inputs to Remote Sense Inputs
                                                                                                                                                                 50       500       1000
Channel               50 Ohms            Voltage            Current         500 Ohms       Voltage           Current   1K Ohms     Voltage    Current           Error    Error      Error
CH0                   50.0216            0.4737            0.009469         499.9925        3.3201          0.006640    999.8195   4.9848    0.004986         0.021649   0.007530   0.180516
CH1                   50.0301            0.4738            0.009469         500.0226        3.3202          0.006640    999.8395   4.9848    0.004986         0.030097   0.022590   0.160462
CH2                   49.9958            0.4734            0.009470         500.0151        3.3202          0.006640    999.9599   4.9851    0.004985         0.004224   0.015060   0.040118
CH3                   50.0686            0.4741            0.009469         499.9774        3.3201          0.006641    999.7393   4.9846    0.004986         0.068645   0.022589   0.260735
CH4                   50.0385            0.4738            0.009469         500.0151        3.3202          0.006640    999.7994   4.9847    0.004986         0.038546   0.015060   0.200574
CH5                   49.9979            0.4735            0.009469         499.9925        3.3201          0.006640    999.9599   4.9851    0.004985         0.002112   0.007530   0.040118
CH6                   50.0121            0.4736            0.009469         500.0000        3.3201          0.006640    999.9799   4.9851    0.004985         0.012145   0.000000   0.020059
CH7                   50.0026            0.4735            0.009469         499.9925        3.3201          0.006640    999.8395   4.9848    0.004986          0.00264   0.007530   0.160462
                                                                                                                                                        max   0.260735
Resistance Measurements 2 Wire Mode With Sense Inputs (Relays Open)                                                                                     avg   0.055875
10 & 30 Ohm Resistors from Normal Inputs to Remote Sense Inputs
                                                                                                                                                                 50       500       1000
Channel               50 Ohms            Voltage            Current         500 Ohms       Voltage           Current   1K Ohms     Voltage    Current           Error    Error      Error
CH0                   50.0206            0.4737            0.009470         500.0075        3.3201          0.006640    999.8596   4.9848    0.004986         0.020592   0.007530   0.140407
CH1                   50.0058            0.4735            0.009469         500.0602        3.3203          0.006640    999.8997   4.9848    0.004985         0.005808   0.060243   0.100295
CH2                   50.0581            0.4740            0.009469         500.0602        3.3204          0.006640    999.9398   4.9852    0.004986         0.058084   0.060241   0.060175
CH3                   50.0317            0.4738            0.009469         500.0075        3.3201          0.006640    999.8596   4.9850    0.004986         0.031682   0.007530   0.140402
CH4                   50.0470            0.4739            0.009469         500.0075        3.3201          0.006640    999.8596   4.9848    0.004986         0.046997   0.007530   0.140407
CH5                   50.0708            0.4741            0.009469         500.0151        3.3202          0.006640    999.9799   4.9851    0.004985         0.070757   0.015060   0.020059
CH6                   50.0312            0.4738            0.009469         500.0226        3.3202          0.006640    999.9398   4.9849    0.004985         0.031153   0.022590   0.060178
CH7                   50.0507            0.4739            0.009469         500.0075        3.3201          0.006640    999.8997   4.9849    0.004985         0.050693   0.007530   0.100293
                                                                                                                                                        max   0.140407
                                                                                                                                                        avg    0.05276
DC Sense Test Analysis (30 channels)
          Arcal Tolerance (All pass)           1.00E-02   Amps
          Verification Tolerance               5.00E-04   Amps
          Improved Tolerance Goal              1.25E-04   Amps
          Max Error                            1.94E-03   Amps
          Average Error                        6.08E-04   Amps


mtr_dcsense_in_1_00
             Expected     Sensed Current
                                            Error (V)
           Current (A)         (A)
               0.40847629     0.40858927    0.00011298
               0.50127655     0.50282118    0.00154463
               0.94072086      0.9407709      5.004E-05

mtr_dcsense_in_1_01
             Expected     Sensed Current
                                            Error (V)
           Current (A)         (A)
               0.40796697     0.40703978    0.00092719
               0.50161439     0.50175827    0.00014388
               0.90536612     0.90505577    0.00031035

mtr_dcsense_in_1_02
             Expected     Sensed Current
                                            Error (V)
           Current (A)         (A)
               0.40959862     0.40814194    0.00145668
               0.50114471     0.50263391     0.0014892
                0.9136644     0.91395422    0.00028982

mtr_dcsense_in_1_03
             Expected      Sensed Current
                                            Error (V)
           Current (A)          (A)
                   0.40724     0.40712009   0.00011991
               0.50127661      0.50182452   0.00054791
               0.90116477      0.90155071   0.00038594

mtr_dcsense_in_1_04
             Expected     Sensed Current
                                            Error (V)
           Current (A)         (A)
               0.40937266     0.40743062    0.00194204
               0.50215667     0.50219066      3.399E-05
               0.93059736     0.93061894      2.158E-05

mtr_dcsense_in_1_05
             Expected     Sensed Current
                                            Error (V)
           Current (A)         (A)
               0.40773445     0.40798569    0.00025124
               0.50160074     0.50236841    0.00076767
                0.88384688     0.88411602   0.00026914

mtr_dcsense_in_1_06
             Expected     Sensed Current
                                            Error (V)
           Current (A)         (A)
               0.40898883     0.40727995    0.00170888
                0.5034045      0.5020659     0.0013386
               0.93005162     0.93009215      4.053E-05

mtr_dcsense_in_1_07
             Expected     Sensed Current
                                            Error (V)
           Current (A)         (A)
               0.40768704     0.40898214     0.0012951
               0.50190055     0.50327544    0.00137489
               0.89230502     0.89272187    0.00041685

mtr_dcsense_in_1_08
             Expected     Sensed Current
                                            Error (V)
           Current (A)         (A)
               0.40933061     0.41076453    0.00143392
               0.50345933     0.50480544    0.00134611
               0.94111812     0.94180538    0.00068726

mtr_dcsense_in_1_09
             Expected     Sensed Current
                                            Error (V)
           Current (A)         (A)
               0.40807897     0.40871277     0.0006338
               0.50410616     0.50326949    0.00083667
               0.88264269      0.8825141    0.00012859

mtr_dcsense_in_1_10
             Expected     Sensed Current
                                            Error (V)
           Current (A)         (A)
               0.40906757     0.40949343    0.00042586
               0.50331682     0.50370255    0.00038573
               0.92269802      0.9230081    0.00031008

mtr_dcsense_in_1_11
             Expected     Sensed Current
                                            Error (V)
           Current (A)         (A)
               0.40967423     0.40805794    0.00161629
               0.50375706     0.50262708    0.00112998
               0.87917471     0.87940197    0.00022726

mtr_dcsense_in_1_12
             Expected      Sensed Current
                                            Error (V)
           Current (A)          (A)
               0.40816188      0.40853419   0.00037231
                   0.50465      0.5030643    0.0015857
               0.89670318     0.89649828    0.0002049

mtr_dcsense_in_1_13
             Expected     Sensed Current
                                           Error (V)
           Current (A)         (A)
               0.40794241     0.40863794   0.00069553
               0.50292259     0.50290898     1.361E-05
               0.87148583     0.87145456     3.127E-05

mtr_dcsense_in_1_14
             Expected     Sensed Current
                                           Error (V)
           Current (A)         (A)
                0.4084776     0.40970633   0.00122873
               0.50223267     0.50401788   0.00178521
               0.90735173     0.90722204   0.00012969

mtr_dcsense_in_1_15
             Expected     Sensed Current
                                           Error (V)
           Current (A)         (A)
               0.40885615     0.40932435    0.0004682
               0.50539362     0.50348124   0.00191238
               0.86051673     0.86074224   0.00022551

mtr_dcsense_in_1_16
             Expected     Sensed Current
                                           Error (V)
           Current (A)         (A)
               0.40898654     0.40916878   0.00018224
               0.50304478     0.50340074   0.00035596
               0.91125995     0.91149924   0.00023929

mtr_dcsense_in_1_17
             Expected     Sensed Current
                                           Error (V)
           Current (A)         (A)
               0.40940875     0.40862616   0.00078259
                0.5032137     0.50305024   0.00016346
               0.86261624     0.86247513   0.00014111

mtr_dcsense_in_1_18
             Expected     Sensed Current
                                           Error (V)
           Current (A)         (A)
               0.41046131     0.40929258   0.00116873
               0.50412232     0.50370333   0.00041899
               0.91547692     0.91525657   0.00022035

mtr_dcsense_in_1_19
             Expected     Sensed Current
                                           Error (V)
           Current (A)         (A)
               0.40887833     0.40887675      1.58E-06
               0.50388616     0.50333448   0.00055168
                0.84986579     0.84950543   0.00036036

mtr_dcsense_in_1_20
             Expected     Sensed Current
                                            Error (V)
           Current (A)         (A)
               0.40913561      0.4091055      3.011E-05
               0.50420636     0.50359985    0.00060651
               0.90187514     0.90226267    0.00038753

mtr_dcsense_in_1_21
             Expected     Sensed Current
                                            Error (V)
           Current (A)         (A)
               0.40869889     0.40916305    0.00046416
               0.50455064     0.50361734     0.0009333
                0.8472721     0.84740816    0.00013606

mtr_dcsense_in_1_22
             Expected      Sensed Current
                                            Error (V)
           Current (A)          (A)
               0.40911743      0.40979921   0.00068178
               0.50487423       0.5041553   0.00071893
                  0.885032     0.88503275       7.5E-07

mtr_dcsense_in_1_23
             Expected     Sensed Current
                                            Error (V)
           Current (A)         (A)
               0.40882549     0.40877083      5.466E-05
               0.50487977      0.5034164    0.00146337
               0.84319752     0.84316104      3.648E-05

mtr_dcsense_in_1_24
             Expected     Sensed Current
                                            Error (V)
           Current (A)         (A)
               0.40956432     0.40958186      1.754E-05
               0.50341982     0.50401419    0.00059437
                0.8834874      0.8834991       1.17E-05

mtr_dcsense_in_1_25
             Expected     Sensed Current
                                            Error (V)
           Current (A)         (A)
                0.4102397     0.40945128    0.00078842
                0.5032506     0.50392458    0.00067398
               0.91260076     0.91250365      9.711E-05

mtr_dcsense_in_1_26
             Expected     Sensed Current
                                            Error (V)
           Current (A)         (A)
               0.40967092     0.40884246    0.00082846
               0.50346506     0.50367256     0.0002075
                0.90076095     0.90062385    0.0001371

mtr_dcsense_in_1_27
             Expected     Sensed Current
                                            Error (V)
           Current (A)         (A)
               0.41027617     0.41120232    0.00092615
               0.50455272     0.50513856    0.00058584
                0.9113239      0.9111376     0.0001863

mtr_dcsense_in_1_28
             Expected     Sensed Current
                                            Error (V)
           Current (A)         (A)
               0.41035658     0.40881034    0.00154624
               0.50475967        0.503404   0.00135567
               0.90053892     0.90033406    0.00020486

mtr_dcsense_in_1_29
             Expected     Sensed Current
                                            Error (V)
           Current (A)         (A)
               0.40935493     0.40984764    0.00049271
               0.50525892     0.50416653    0.00109239
               0.89910543     0.89890792    0.00019751
DC Sense Test
          Arcal Tolerance (All pass)           6.00E-03   Amps
          Verification Tolerance               5.00E-04   Amps
          Improved Tolerance Goal              1.25E-04   Amps
          Max Error                            5.80E-04   Amps
          Average Error                        2.12E-04   Amps


mtr_acsense_in_1_0
                               Measured
            Expected Value                  Error (V)
                                Value
                 0.20695528     0.20637516 0.00058012
                 0.36337435     0.36340054   2.619E-05
                 0.51957199     0.51936903 0.00020296

mtr_acsense_in_1_1
                               Measured
            Expected Value                  Error (V)
                                Value
                 0.20702707     0.20717395 0.00014688
                 0.36350092     0.36368948 0.00018856
                 0.51973392     0.51960013 0.00013379

mtr_acsense_in_1_2
                               Measured
            Expected Value                  Error (V)
                                Value
                 0.20696642      0.2068396 0.00012682
                 0.36323965     0.36326455    2.49E-05
                 0.51930309     0.51879395 0.00050914

mtr_acsense_in_1_3
                               Measured
            Expected Value                  Error (V)
                                Value
                  0.2068917     0.20653854 0.00035316
                 0.36333225     0.36375136 0.00041911
                 0.51942801     0.51961536 0.00018735

mtr_acsense_in_1_4
                               Measured
            Expected Value                  Error (V)
                                Value
                 0.20710587     0.20689189 0.00021398
                 0.36353712     0.36330865 0.00022847
                 0.51976536     0.51987552 0.00011016

mtr_acsense_in_1_5
                               Measured
            Expected Value                   Error (V)
                                Value
                 0.20687583     0.20680304   7.279E-05
                 0.36330291     0.36359131   0.0002884
              0.51943446    0.51993161 0.00049715

mtr_acsense_in_1_6
                           Measured
          Expected Value                Error (V)
                            Value
               0.2069691    0.20712191 0.00015281
              0.36342438    0.36327226 0.00015212
              0.51957329    0.51927319  0.0003001

mtr_acsense_in_1_7
                           Measured
          Expected Value                 Error (V)
                            Value
              0.20706975    0.20697749    9.226E-05
              0.36342661    0.36346056    3.395E-05
              0.51983262    0.51979375    3.887E-05
Set Pulse Offset    Measured
                                    Error (s)    Error (ms)
      (s)           Offset (s)
           0.002            0.002   0.00000000     0.0000000
            0.02     0.02000003     0.00000003     0.0000300
              0.2    0.20000153     0.00000153     0.0015300

				
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