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SINFONI trending system: HEALTH CHECK report
Last update: 2014-09-22T18:01:17 (UT)
  | now: 2014-09-23T00:44:50 (UT) muc04 QC pipeline: sinfo-2.5.4 (installed 2014-08-22)
same group: lamp_eff   lamp_badpix lamp_off lamp_fpn1 lamp_fpn2 vignetting_check_sl1 vignetting_check_sl32
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*Date on this monitor changes at 21:00 UT
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Average ? Thresholds ? N_
method value unit method value
1 QC1DB no MEDIAN 0.451 Relative_Flux VAL0.22,1.0 461 qc_rf1 this | last_yr | all relative flux in slitlet (for ALL filters and pixel scales)
2 QC1DB no MEDIAN 0.799 Relative_Flux VAL0.24,1.0 461 qc_rf32 this | last_yr | all relative flux in slitlet (for ALL filters and pixel scales)
*Data sources: QC1DB: QC1 database; LOCAL: local text file | **OPS: OPSLOG data are included
Plot 1
scores: 1|
data source:sinfoni_flat
(QC1 database)
fixed thresholds:0.22...1.0Relative_Flux
N_data plotted:461
[click on plot for closeup]
Plot 2
scores: 1|
data source:sinfoni_flat
(QC1 database)
fixed thresholds:0.24...1.0Relative_Flux
N_data plotted:461
[click on plot for closeup]
This plot

These are the trending plots for the vignetting check computed from the LAMP FLATs.

Slitlets #1 and #32 correspond to the upper-most and the lower-most slitlets in the field-of-view.
As such, these slitlets can be subject to vignetting to the extent that their overall count rates can be a few 10% lower than for other slitlets. Following image reconstruction, these slitlets are located on the central part of the detector. A possible vignetting is monitored by comparing the relative count rates (i.e. the mean counts in the slitlet #1 or #32 divided by the mean counts in all other slitlets).
This QC1 parameter is most relevant following an instrument intervention.  

General information

Click on any of the plots to see a close-up version. The latest date is indicated on top of the plot, data points belonging to that date are specially marked.

If configured,

  • statistical averages are indicated by a solid line, and thresholds by broken lines
  • outliers are marked by a red asterisk. They are defined as data points outside the threshold lines
  • "aliens" (= data points outside the plot Y limits) are marked by a red arrow ( or )
  • you can download the data for each parameter set if the 'Data downloads' link shows up