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EUDET TLU:








1. TRIGGERCLOCK- (input to TLU)

2. TRIGGERCLOCK+ (input to TLU)

3. BUSY- (input to TLU)

4. RESET- (output from TLU)

5. RESET+ (output from TLU)

6. BUSY+ (input to TLU)

7. TRIGGER- (output from TLU)

8. TRIGGER+ (output from TLU)


FEI4 usbpix  trigger

https://telescopes.desy.de/images/0/08/131014_koetz-rubinsky_FEI4_as_trigger_plane.pdf


AIDA  TLU:

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#HDMIAIDA TLU
1TMDS DATA2+CLK-
2TMDS DATA2_GNDGND
3TMDS DATA2-CLK+
4TMDS DATA1+CTRL+
5TMDS DATA1_GNDGND
6TMDS DATA1-CTRL-
7TMDS DATA0+BUSY+
8TMDS DATA0_GNDGND
9TMDS DATA0-BUSY-
10TMDS CLK+SPARE+  SYNC/T0
11TMDS CLK_GNDGND
12TMDS CLK-SPARE-  SYNC/T0
13CEC (control)unconnected
14

Utility+

( HEAC+ with Ethernet)

HDMI_POWER_ENABLE      LVTTL

15

I2C SLC  DDC_CLOCK 

TRIG+
16I2C SDA DDC_DATATRIG-
17

shield for CEC/DDC

( HEAC_GND with Ethernet)

GND
18+5V powerunconnected
19

hot plug detector

(HEAC-  with Ethernet)

unconnected



  • BUSY line is driven by the device under test, so it is an input for the TLU and should not be driven by it (bit 3= 0)
  • TRIGGER line is an output for the TLU so is driven by it (bit 2= 1)
  • SPARE line is used to provide control signals, such as the reset signal to initialize the devices at the start of a run (T 0 ). It should be configured as driven by the TLU (bit 1= 1)
  • CONT is used by the TLU to issue control commands and should be configured as a signal driven by the TLU (bit 0= 1).


https://www.eudet.org/e26/e28/e86887/e104135/EUDET-Memo-2010-11.pdf

AIDA_TLU_manual_0519_with_modes.pdf


manual: https://www.ohwr.org/project/fmc-mtlu/blob/master/Documentation/Main_TLU.pdf

note: https://ohwr.org/project/fmc-mtlu-gw/blob/master/AIDA_tlu/Documentation/AIDA_TLU_note.pdf

Firmware: https://ohwr.org/project/fmc-mtlu-gw/wikis/Firmware%20Releases



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TLU fanout:

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