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Important Information
LANGUAGE

• THIS SERVICE MANUAL IS AVAILABLE IN ENGLISH ONLY.


• IF A CUSTOMER'S SERVICE PROVIDER REQUIRES A LANGUAGE
OTHER THAN ENGLISH, IT IS THE CUSTOMER'S RESPONSIBILITY TO
PROVIDE TRANSLATION SERVICES.
• DO NOT ATTEMPT TO SERVICE THE EQUIPMENT UNLESS THIS
SERVICE MANUAL HAS BEEN CONSULTED AND IS UNDERSTOOD.
• FAILURE TO HEED THIS WARNING MAY RESULT IN INJURY TO THE
SERVICE PROVIDER, OPERATOR OR PATIENT FROM ELECTRIC SHOCK,
MECHANICAL OR OTHER HAZARDS.

• CE MANUEL DE MAINTENANCE N'EST DISPONIBLE QU'EN ANGLAIS.


• SI LE TECHNICIEN DU CLIENT A BESOIN DE CE MANUEL DANS UNE
AUTRE LANGUE QUE L'ANGLAIS, C'EST AU CLIENT QU'IL INCOMBE
DE LE FAIRE TRADUIRE.
• NE PAS TENTER D'INTERVENTION SUR LES ÉQUIPEMENTS TANT QUE
LE MANUEL SERVICE N'A PAS ÉTÉ CONSULTÉ ET COMPRIS.
• LE NON-RESPECT DE CET AVERTISSEMENT PEUT ENTRAÎNER CHEZ
LE TECHNICIEN, L'OPÉRATEUR OU LE PATIENT DES BLESSURES
DUES À DES DANGERS ÉLECTRIQUES, MÉCANIQUES OU AUTRES.

• DIESES KUNDENDIENST-HANDBUCH EXISTIERT NUR IN ENGLISCHER


SPRACHE.
• FALLS EIN FREMDER KUNDENDIENST EINE ANDERE SPRACHE
BENÖTIGT, IST ES AUFGABE DES KUNDEN FÜR EINE ENTSPRECHENDE
ÜBERSETZUNG ZU SORGEN.
• VERSUCHEN SIE NICHT, DAS GERÄT ZU REPARIEREN, BEVOR DIESES
KUNDENDIENST-HANDBUCH ZU RATE GEZOGEN UND VERSTANDEN
WURDE.
• WIRD DIESE WARNUNG NICHT BEACHTET, SO KANN ES ZU
VERLETZUNGEN DES KUNDENDIENSTTECHNIKERS, DES
BEDIENERS ODER DES PATIENTEN DURCH ELEKTRISCHE SCHLÄGE,
MECHANISCHE ODER SONSTIGE GEFAHREN KOMMEN.

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• ESTE MANUAL DE SERVICIO SÓLO EXISTE EN INGLÉS.


• SI ALGÚN PROVEEDOR DE SERVICIOS AJENO A GEMS SOLICITA UN
IDIOMA QUE NO SEA EL INGLÉS, ES RESPONSABILIDAD DEL CLIENTE
OFRECER UN SERVICIO DE TRADUCCIÓN.
• NO SE DEBERÁ DAR SERVICIO TÉCNICO AL EQUIPO, SIN HABER
CONSULTADO Y COMPRENDIDO ESTE MANUAL DE SERVICIO.
• LA NO OBSERVANCIA DEL PRESENTE AVISO PUEDE DAR LUGAR A
QUE EL PROVEEDOR DE SERVICIOS, EL OPERADOR O EL PACIENTE
SUFRAN LESIONES PROVOCADAS POR CAUSAS ELÉCTRICAS,
MECÁNICAS O DE OTRA NATURALEZA.

• ESTE MANUAL DE ASSISTÊNCIA TÉCNICA SÓ SE ENCONTRA


DISPONÍVEL EM INGLÊS.
• SE QUALQUER OUTRO SERVIÇO DE ASSISTÊNCIA TÉCNICA, QUE
NÃO A GEMS, SOLICITAR ESTES MANUAIS NOUTRO IDIOMA, É DA
RESPONSABILIDADE DO CLIENTE FORNECER OS SERVIÇOS DE
TRADUÇÃO.
• NÃO TENTE REPARAR O EQUIPAMENTO SEM TER CONSULTADO E
COMPREENDIDO ESTE MANUAL DE ASSISTÊNCIA TÉCNICA.
• O NÃO CUMPRIMENTO DESTE AVISO PODE POR EM PERIGO A
SEGURANÇA DO TÉCNICO, OPERADOR OU PACIENTE DEVIDO A'
CHOQUES ELÉTRICOS, MECÂNICOS OU OUTROS.

• IL PRESENTE MANUALE DI MANUTENZIONE È DISPONIBILE SOLTANTO


IN INGLESE.
• SE UN ADDETTO ALLA MANUTENZIONE ESTERNO ALLA GEMS
RICHIEDE IL MANUALE IN UNA LINGUA DIVERSA, IL CLIENTE È
TENUTO A PROVVEDERE DIRETTAMENTE ALLA TRADUZIONE.
• SI PROCEDA ALLA MANUTENZIONE DELL'APPARECCHIATURA SOLO
DOPO AVER CONSULTATO IL PRESENTE MANUALE ED AVERNE
COMPRESO IL CONTENUTO.
• NON TENERE CONTO DELLA PRESENTE AVVERTENZA POTREBBE
FAR COMPIERE OPERAZIONI DA CUI DERIVINO LESIONI ALL'ADDETTO
ALLA MANUTENZIONE, ALL'UTILIZZATORE ED AL PAZIENTE PER
FOLGORAZIONE ELETTRICA, PER URTI MECCANICI OD ALTRI RISCHI.

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Revision History
Rev Date Reason For Change
1 05/11/2005 Initial Release
2 06/15/2005 Changes throughout based on pilot feedback
3 07/18/2005 Changes throughout based on feedback from HII Review.

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Table of Contents
CHAPTER 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13
1 Magnet Monitor 3 Operation and Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13
1.1 Magnet Monitor 3 Operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13
1.1.1 Magmon Front Panel User Interface . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13
1.1.2 Data . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14
1.1.3 Alarms . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14
1.1.4 Sample . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14
1.1.5 Call InSite . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14
1.1.6 Fill Mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14
1.1.7 Service Mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
1.1.8 WEB Mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
1.1.8.1 Connecting a Laptop to the Magmon . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
1.1.8.2 Proprietary and Non-Proprietary Modes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 51
1.1.8.3 Summary Web Screens . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 52
1.1.8.4 Configuration Summary Display . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 54
1.1.9 View Data . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 56
1.1.9.1 Current Alarms . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 56
1.1.9.2 Event Log . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 57
1.1.9.3 Minute Data . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 59
1.1.9.4 View Insite2 Log . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 60
1.1.9.5 View Analog Inputs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 61
1.1.9.6 View Digital Inputs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 62
1.1.10 Magmon Configuration Pages . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 63
1.1.10.1 Set Time and Date . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 63
1.1.10.2 Set Magnet Type . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 64
1.1.10.3 Control Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 65
1.1.10.4 System ID . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 66
1.1.10.5 Network Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 67
1.1.10.6 Insite2 Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 69
1.1.10.7 Error Codes & TroubleShooting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 72
1.2 Magnet Monitor 3 Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 77
1.2.1 Equipment specifications for the Magnet Monitor 3 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 77

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1.2.2 Interconnection Tables . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 78


1.3 Maintenance and Replacement . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 80
1.3.1 Schematics and Interconnects . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 81
1.3.1.1 System Interconnect Diagram for Core product with Water Flow/Temp
Sensor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 81
1.3.1.2 System Interconnect Diagram for HFO/SUMITOMO . . . . . . . . . . . 82
1.3.1.3 HFO System Power AND Modem Interconnect Diagram . . . . . . . . . 84
1.3.1.4 System interconnect Diagram for UPS (Mandatory HFO Option for Twin) . 85
1.3.2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 86
1.4 Renewal Parts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 86
1.5 Magnet Monitor Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 88
1.5.1 Normal Setup Sequence . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 88
1.5.2 Introduction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 88
1.5.2.1 Overview . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 88
1.5.2.2 System Requirements . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 88
1.5.2.3 Document Application . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 88
1.5.2.4 Core Magnet with Sumitomo Compressor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 89
1.5.3 TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 89
1.5.3.1 Required Tools/Equipment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 89
1.5.3.2 Optional Parts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 89
1.5.4 Magnet Monitor 3 Description . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 90
1.5.5 INSTALLATION PROCEDURES . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 90
1.5.5.1 Magnet Room Attachments . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 90
1.5.5.2 Before You Begin . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 90
1.5.5.3 Connecting the Magnet Room Cables (all systems) . . . . . . . . . . . 91
1.5.5.4 Connecting the Reed Switch (LCC Systems ONLY) . . . . . . . . . . . 93
1.5.5.5 Connecting the Magnet Room Cables HFO Systems . . . . . . . . . . 94
1.5.5.6 Connecting the Reed Switch (HFO Systems ONLY) . . . . . . . . . . . 96
1.5.6 Installing the Magnet Monitor, all Systems . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 97
1.5.6.1 Physical Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 97
1.5.6.2 Operating voltage of the Magnet Monitor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 97
1.5.6.3 Installing the External Modem . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 98
1.5.6.4 Sumitomo Shield Cooler Sensor Installation for Core . . . . . . . . . . 98
1.5.6.5 Installing the Magnet Monitor UPS on HFO (Optional for Twin and 3T) . . 100

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1.5.6.6 Magnet Monitor Calibration and Final Installation . . . . . . . . . . . 101


1.5.6.7 Connecting the Magnet Monitor to the System Cabinet . . . . . . . . 101
1.5.6.8 Installing the MUX Box (Optional) For Dialup Only . . . . . . . . . . 103

CHAPTER 2 APPENDIX A . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 105


1 Connecting Remote Alarm Box to Hospital . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 105

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Chapter 1
1 Magnet Monitor 3 Operation and Installation

This procedure has been structured so the most used portion, Configuration
and Operation, is in the front. The Installation steps begin in the middle of the
procedure.

Last update: July 18, 2005

1.1 Magnet Monitor 3 Operation


1.1.1 Magmon Front Panel User Interface
Current sensor values and fault codes can be viewed from the user interface on the front of
the magmon. This user interface can also be used to control fill mode and service mode.

Illustration 1-1: Magmon Front Panel User Interface

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1.1.2 Data
Pressing the [Data] button causes the magmon to display a list of current input readings
on the LCD display. Press the [Up] and [Down] buttons to scroll through the list of items.
A single item can be display indefinitely on the display, the magmon will update that item’s
value once per minute.

NOTE: Leaving a He Level item on the screen will NOT force the magmon to read a new He Level
value each minute.

1.1.3 Alarms
Pressing the [Alarms] button causes the magmon to display a list of current fault codes on
the LCD display. Press the [Up] and [Down] buttons to scroll through the list of items. The
items in this list, if any, will not be updated until the alarm menu is exited and reentered. The
alarm LED is turned on if there are any fault codes to view.

NOTE: This magmon requires at least ten minutes to identify and report most alarms. The magmon
tracks potential faults over this time to ensure that the fault is real and not a momentary glitch

1.1.4 Sample
Pressing the [Sample] button will cause the magmon to read the current Helium Level. It may
take up to 90 seconds to read the level(s).

1.1.5 Call InSite


Pressing the [Call Insite] button causes the magmon to immediately connect to InSite and
upload any unsent data. The user must also press the [Yes] button to confirm the action.

NOTE: This is only applicable to systems that are remotely monitored while on a GE service contract.

1.1.6 Fill Mode


This magmon supports 3 different fill modes:

• Pre-fill mode changes the He pressure control settings so that the pressure will
drop to 0.7 to 0.9 PSI range prior to a fill. Pre-fill mode can be set to run for 24,
36, or 48 hours.
NOTE: Pre-fill mode is NOT available with HFO systems.
• Fill-mode disables the heater and reads the Helium level once per minute.
• Post-fill mode returns the pressure control to normal but allows the heater to be on
for an extended time without triggering a heater alarm.

To enter pre-fill mode, repeatedly press the [Fill Mode] button until the display reads “Do you
want to enter Pre-fill mode? (Yes/ No)”. Press the [Yes] button. The display will now ask for a
password. The password is “1524”. The display will now ask for the pre-fill time limit. Press
the “[Up] button for 24 hours, the [Down]” button for 36 hours, or the [Yes] button for 48 hours.

If the magmon is left in pre-fill mode longer than the time limit, the magmon will automatically
transition to post-fill mode and restore He pressure to normal.

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To exit from pre-fill mode, repeatedly press the [Fill Mode] button until the display reads “Do
you want to exit Pre-fill mode? (Yes/No)”. Press the [Yes] button.

To enter fill mode, repeatedly press the [Fill Mode] button until the display reads “Do you
want to enter Fill mode? (Yes/No)”. Press the[Yes] button. The display will now ask for a
password. The password is “1524”. Note: the OLC will not generate RequestForService
emails for a magmon that is in fill mode.

To exit from fill mode, repeatedly press the “Fill Mode” button until the display reads “Do you
want to exit Fill mode? (Yes/No)”. Press the [Yes] button.

Post-fill mode will start automatically if pre-fill or fill mode is exited for any reason and the
current pressure is below the normal heater on pressure setting.

1.1.7 Service Mode


There are two modes that can be enabled or disabled with the [Service Mode] button, service
mode and “Web” mode.

The magmon can be placed in service mode to prevent the OLC from generating
RequestForService emails for this unit. To enter service mode, press the [Service Mode]
button until the display reads “Do you want to enter Service mode?” Press the [Yes]
button. The display will then ask for a password. Enter 2513. To exit Service mode, press the
[Service Mode] button until the display reads “Exit Service Mode mode?” Press the
[Yes] button. If not exited manually, service mode will end by itself after 8 hours. Service
mode will also terminate if the magmon is power cycled.

1.1.8 WEB Mode


All magmon3 configuration and settings are performed through the magmon’s built-in web
interface. There are no command line activities on this magmon. The magmon’s web interface
can be accessed with a web browser on a service laptop or, if present, from a web browser
on the system host computer. The magmon will not allow access to its web interface unless
the magmon has been put into Web mode. Web mode is invoked from the keypad on the
front of the magmon. There are two forms of Web mode, Web mode with the IP address left
unchanged and Web mode with the IP address changed to the fixed number “192.168.0.1”.
The latter mode is useful for situations where the magmon is configured for DHCP but has
not been able to request an IP address from a DHCP server. To enter normal Web mode,
press the [Service Mode] button until the display reads “Start Web Mode? (Y/N) Same
IP” Press the “[Yes]” button. There is no password required. To enter fixed IP address Web
mode, press the [Service Mode] button until the display reads “Start Web Mode? (Y/N)
Fixed IP”. Press the [Yes] button. There is no password. To exit either Web mode, press
the [Service Mode] button until the display reads “Exit Web Mode (Yes/No)” Press the
[Yes] button. If Web Mode is not manually exited, it will exit by itself after 45 minutes.

To verify that Magmon3 is in fixed IP mode, press [data] then Up/Down keys to display IP
(STATIC). The address should be set at 192.168.0.1.

NOTE: It may take up to 5 minutes to display the Static IP address.

1.1.8.1 Connecting a Laptop to the Magmon

A network connection must exist between the magmon and the computer with the web
browser. There are three ways to connect a laptop PC to the magmon – over the building

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network, a direct network cable connection between the laptop and magmon, or a serial cable
connection between the laptop and magmon.

Connecting Via The Building Network

To connect over the building’s network, the laptop must be connected to the building network
and must be configured with an IP address that is compatible with the building network. To
find the current IP address, press the [Data] button on the front panel and then press the [Up]
button until the IP address is displayed. Follow the instruction from the previous section to
put the magmon into web mode (same IP address). Type the magmon’s IP address into the
address bar on the laptop’s web browser.

Direct Network Cable Connection to Laptop & Magmon(For Windows XP and/or 2000)

To connect the laptop directly to the magmon, disconnect the magmon’s network cable to
the building (if present) and connect the laptop to the magmon with a cross-over type CAT5
type Ethernet cable.

NOTE: If using a Wireless network on laptop Disable it now.

1. On the laptop Desk Top: Right click on “My Network Places” Icon.

2. Click Properties the Network Connection Window will open. See Illustration 1-2.

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Illustration 1-2: Network Connection Window

3. Right click on Local Area Connection. See Illustration 1-2.

4. The Local Area Connection Status window will open. See Illustration 1-3.

NOTE: Depending on the configuration of the laptop being used, Illustration 1-3 may not appear. The
program may go directly to Illustration 1-4.

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Illustration 1-3: Local Area Connection Status Window

5. Click on [Properties] to open the Local Area Connection Properties window. See
Illustration 1-3.

6. Select Internet Protocol (TCP/IP). See Illustration 1-4.

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Illustration 1-4: Local Area Connection Properties Window

7. Click [Properties]. See Illustration 1-4.

8. The Internet Protocol Properties window will open. See Illustration 1-5.

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Illustration 1-5: Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) Properties Window

9. Select Use the following IP address. See Illustration 1-5.

10. In the IP address: field, type: 192.168.0.2 as shown in Illustration 1-5.

11. In the Subnet mask: field, type: 255.255.0.0 as shown in Illustration 1-5.

12. Click [OK] to save settings and exit. See Illustration 1-5.

13. In the Local Area Connection Properties window, click [Close] to save the new
configuration. This may take a moment. See Illustration 1-6.

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Illustration 1-6: Local Area Connection Properties Window

14. Go to the laptop Desktop, launch Internet Explorer.

15. From the Internet Explorer menu, select Tools and then Internet Options. See Illustration
1-7.

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Illustration 1-7: Internet Explorer Menu Selections

16. The Internet Options window will open.

17. In the Internet Options window, click the Connections tab. See Illustration 1-8.

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Illustration 1-8: Internet Options Window

18. Click the [LAN Settings...]. See Illustration 1-9.

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Illustration 1-9: Connections Tab Window

19. The Local Area Network (LAN) Settings window will open.

20. Make sure that the Automatically detect settings and Use automatic configuration script
boxes are not checked. See Illustration 1-10.

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Illustration 1-10: Local Area Network (LAN) Settings Window

21. Click [OK] to save settings. See Illustration 1-10.

22. Click [OK] to close window and save settings. See Illustration 1-11.

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Illustration 1-11: Internet Options Window

23. On the laptop, go to the Desktop and open a Command Prompt window. For XP users,

click the icon in the windows taskbar.

24. In the Command Prompt window, type: Ping 192.168.0.1[Enter]. If the Magmon3
gives a reply see Illustration 1-12 and proceed to the next step. If not recheck all previous
settings in this section.

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Illustration 1-12: Command Prompt Window

25. Next, enter the IP Address of the MagMon3 (192.168.0.1) in the Internet Explorer

address field and click .

26. The MagMon3 Service Login web page will display. See Illustration 1-13.

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Illustration 1-13: MagMon3 Service Login Web Page

Connecting to MagMon3 from Laptop Using a Null Modem Serial Cable

If it is not possible or convenient to connect the laptop to the magmon with a network
cable, the magmon and laptop can be connected with a serial port cable and a “PC to
PC” interface established.

1. Use a 9-pin null-modem serial cable to connect the Laptop serial port to the Magmon
“J2: Laptop” jack.
2. On the laptop, go to the Desktop, right click on the My Network Places

icon.
3. Click Properties, the Network Connection window will open.
4. Click on Create a new connection.

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5. The New Connection Wizard will open. Select [Next >].

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6. Select Set up an advanced connection and then click [Next >].

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7. From the Advanced Connection Options window, select Connect directly to another
computer and then click [Next >].

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8. From the Host or Guest? window, select Guest and then click [Next >].

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9. From the Connection Name window, in the Computer Name field, type: MagMon3
and then click [Next >].

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10. From the Select a Device window, chose Communications cable between two
computers (COM1) from the drop down menu and then click [Next >].

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11. From the Connection Availability window, select Anyone's use and then click[ Next >].

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12. From the Completing the New Connection Wizard window, verify the connection has
been named MagMon3 and then click [Finish].

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13. The Connect MagMon3 window will open, click [Cancel].

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14.

From the laptop, on the Desktop, right click on the My Network Places
icon and click Properties. The Network Connections window will open (if not all
ready open).
15. From the Network Connection window, right click on the MagMon3 connection and
then select Properties from the menu. The MagMon3 Properties window will open.

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16. From the MAGMON3 Properties window: General tab, verify that Communications
cable between two computers (COM1) is selected, if not select it and then click
[Configure...].

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17. The Modem Configuration window will open. Verify that the Maximum speed (bps) is
set at 115200, none of the boxes are checked and if these things are set correctly,
click [OK].

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18. At the MAGMON3 Properties window, click the Options tab.


19. Make sure the following items are set on the Options tab:
• Boxes for Display progress while connecting and Prompt for name and password,
certificate, etc. are checked
• Redial attempts is set at 3
• Time between redial attempts is set at 1 minute
• Idle time before hanging up is set at never
• Box for Redial if line is dropped is not checked
Once all settings are correct, click [OK].

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20. At the MAGMON3 Properties window, click the Security tab.


21. Make sure the following items are set on the Security tab:
• Typical (recommended settings) is selected
• For Validate my identity as follows hasAllow unsecured password selected
Once it is verified that the Security tab is set correctly, click [OK].

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22. At the MAGMON3 Properties window, click the Networking tab.


23. Make sure the following items are set on the Networking tab:
• Type of dial-up server I am calling is set at PPP:Windows95/98/NT4/2000, Internet
• In This connection uses the following items, make sure the Internet Protocol
(TCP/IP) is the only item checked

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24. In the Networking tab, click [Settings].


25. Make sure the following items are set on the PPP Settings window:
• Enable LCP extensions is the only item checked
• Once it is verified that the PPP Settings window is set correctly, click [OK]

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26. At the Networking tab, click on [Properties].


27. Make sure the following items are set on the Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) Properties
window:
• Obtain an IP address automatically is selected
• Obtain DNS server address automatically is selected
Once it is verified that the Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) Properties window is set
correctly, click [OK].

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28. At the MAGMON3 Properties window, click the Advanced tab.


29. Make sure that no selections have been made on this tab.

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30. Once it is verified that the settings are as shown, click [OK] to save settings and then
click [Cancel] to close window.
31. If the Network Connection window is not all ready open then perform the following:

From the laptop, on the Desktop, right click on the My Network Places
icon and click Properties. The Network Connections window will open .
32. Double click on the MAGMON3 to open the Connect window.

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33. Perform the following steps on the Connect MAGMON3 window:


a. In the User name field, type: pppuser.
b. In the Password field, type: insite.
c. Select Save this user name and password for the following users by clicking
on the box.
d. Click [Connect].

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34. A pop-up window will show the connection status.


35. When connected open Internet Explorer, type 10.0.0.5 in the address field and

click .
36. The MagMon3 Service Login screen will be displayed.

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Magmon3 Service Login

Once the laptop and magmon are successfully connected, the magmon will present a login
page. See Illustration 1-14. This is the first web page that the magmon will display. The
username is MMService and the password is MagnetMonitor. The username and password
are case sensitive. The magmon will disconnect users after 45 minutes.

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Illustration 1-14: Magnetic Monitor Service Login

1.1.8.2 Proprietary and Non-Proprietary Modes

New magmons are configured in non-proprietary mode when they are shipped to a site.
While in non-proprietary mode, most of the internal web pages are disabled. The magmon
must be re-configured to proprietary mode before the full set of internal web pages and
Insite can be accessed.

1. Use the front panel to put the magmon into Web mode.
2. Use one of the methods described above to access the web interface with a browser.
3. In the login screen, enter the user name MMToProp and the password BackOnServ
(both entries are case sensitive).
4. A screen to Enable Proprietary Mode will appear, see Illustration 1-15. Click the
appropriate button.
5. Go back to the home URL for the magmon (the magmon’s IP address) so that the
login page appears again.
6. Login with the username MMService and the password MagnetMonitor.

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7. The magmon is now in proprietary mode.

The customer can access the non-proprietary web screens by logging in with the username
MMConfig and password ConfigMonitor.

Illustration 1-15: Enable Proprietary Mode Screen

1.1.8.3 Summary Web Screens

NOTE: Web screens and detailed information is provided in the order that it appears on the
Navigation Menu on the left side of the Screen.

THIS IS NOT installation & configuration order for installation. Refer to Calibration /
configuration sequence in Section 1.10.7Section 1.1.10.7.

1. Basic Web Page Layout


This web page shows the basic layout of the Magmon web interface. The left-hand
column is a navigation menu where you can select one of the available web pages.

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Selecting one of the items in the left-hand column changes the page shown in main
section. See Illustration 1-16.
• Version Info
• Read Only Page includes the following:
• System Version
• Hardware Version: Version of Micro controller
• Main Program Version: Magmon3 Software Version
• Webserver version: Web Server Software Version
• Insite2 Version: Back Office Interface Software Version
2. Configuration Display
The “Config Summary” page displays the current configuration of the magmon. Items
on this page are read-only, they can not be changed from this page.

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Illustration 1-16: Basic Web Page Layout

1.1.8.4 Configuration Summary Display

The Magmon Configuration Summary page displays the current configuration of the magmon.
Items on this page are read-only, they can not be changed on this page.

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Illustration 1-17: Configuration Display

Leave Message Display Screen: Allows the Field engineer to put a message in the event
log.

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Illustration 1-18: “Leave a Message” Display Screen

1.1.9 View Data


1.1.9.1 Current Alarms

The View Alarms page displays the alarm or fault conditions that are currently present on
the magmon. If faults are present, the list will display them in order of importance with
the most serious faults at the top of the list.

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Illustration 1-19: Current Alarms

1.1.9.2 Event Log

The magmon maintains a log of events that have occurred on the magmon. The contents
of the event log can be viewed on the web interface. The View Event Log page has a filter
to select what type of events should be displayed and how many days of events should
be displayed.

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Illustration 1-20: Event Log

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Illustration 1-21: Event Log 2

The selected events are displayed in one long list.

1.1.9.3 Minute Data

The magmon reads each of its sensors once per minute and save this data internally. The
magmon will store up to one month of minute data. From the View Minute Data select
the range of minute data to be displayed.

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Illustration 1-22: Minute Data

The magmon only shows this data as text, there is no graphing function. However, the data is
displayed in a format that makes it easy to cut and paste the data into an Excel spreadsheet
where is can be easily graphed. If the chart contains fault codes in the last 4 columns,
the magmon has an Error Codes pop up help page in the left-hand menu that defines the
meaning of the numbers.

1.1.9.4 View Insite2 Log

The View Insite2 Log page shows activity related to the magmon connecting to the backoffice
and uploading data. Data in this log is lost when the magmon is turned off. See Illustration
1-23.

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Illustration 1-23: View Insite2 Log

1.1.9.5 View Analog Inputs

The View Analog Inputs page displays the current values seen by the magmon’s analog
inputs. The page automatically updates several times a minute to keep the readings current.
This page is a diagnostic aide to confirm that the sensors are properly connected and
configured.

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Illustration 1-24: View Analog Inputs

1.1.9.6 View Digital Inputs

The View Digital I/O page displays the current values seen by the magmon’s digital inputs
and outputs. The page automatically updates several times a minute to keep the readings
current. This page is a diagnostic aide to confirm that the IO lines are properly connected
and configured. In the “Current Value” column, 0 means off or false, 1 means on or true.
See Illustration 1-25.

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Illustration 1-25: View Digital Inputs

1.1.10 Magmon Configuration Pages


1.1.10.1 Set Time and Date

The Set Time /Date page allows setting of the magmon’s internal time and date. The
internal time and date are used to timestamp the minute data and the event log items.
The time zone setting is needed to synchronize the magmon’s time to the backoffice time.
See Illustration 1-26.

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Illustration 1-26: Set Time And Date

1.1.10.2 Set Magnet Type

The Magnet Type page configures the magmon to one of the pre-defined magnet types.
Select the magnet type from the pull-down list that most closely matches the system type that
magmon will be monitoring. See Illustration 1-27. The [Reset All Config Files] button can be
used clear out old data and configurations. Use with caution.

NOTE: The [Reset All Config Files] button will clear out all stored data, all configuration settings,
and will put the magmon back into non-proprietary mode.

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Illustration 1-27: Magnet Type

1.1.10.3 Control Settings

The Controls page allows setting of several miscellaneous items. See Illustration 1-28.

The presets for these values shall not be changed unless instructed by the Online
Center.

Display Units: Display water flow and temperature in metric or non-metric.

He Pressure Control: Heater on/off points for He Pressure control.

InSite Call in Intervals: Controls how often the magmon uploads data to the back office.

Minutes per entry: currently not used.

HFO Coldhead: Set points for HFO coldhead cycling control.

Use the [Help] button for additional information.

If Changes were necessary click on [Submit Changes] before Exiting the control setting page.

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Illustration 1-28: Control Settings

1.1.10.4 System ID

The System IDpage has the system identification inputs. These fields are used to uniquely
identify the system when magmon registers with the backoffice. It is very important to enter
the correct System ID or the backoffice will not be able to match the system to the Cares
data base. See Illustration 1-29.

The following fields are required:

• System ID: Must be the same as the System ID in CARES


• Magnet Serial Number: Located at rear top of magnet
• Hospital Name: Hospital or Clinic Name
• Hospital Room Name : Location of system in the hospital
• MAC Team Leader: Magnet and Cryogen team lead contact
• FE Name/ Phone Number: Primary Field Engineer name and phone number

Click [Submit System ID] when all fields are completed.

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Illustration 1-29: System Type

1.1.10.5 Network Settings

The Configure Network IP page configures the Ethernet interface of the magmon. In most
cases, a hospital network administrator will have to be consulted to get the correct settings.
See Illustration 1-30 .

At this point, you will need to contact the site network administrator. The network
administrator will provide you with Static IP information or confirm that DHCP is used at
this facility. DNS and Proxy Server Config should also be discussed with the network
administrator. If DNS and or Proxy servers are used at this site information / addresses
should be obtained at this time. See Illustration 1-30.

No Network Connection when not In Web Mode

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Check this box if a modem is to be used or no Internet connection is available at the site. If
the “No Network Connection when not in web mode” box is selected, the DHCP and Static IP
Check Boxes will be blanked. If “No network Connection when not in web mode” is checked,
no further action is required on this page.

IP address assigned by DHCP server

Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP), a protocol for assigning dynamic IP addresses
to devices on a network. With dynamic addressing, a device can have a different IP address
every time it connects to the network. In some systems, the device's IP address can
even change while it is still connected. DHCP also supports a mix of static and dynamic
IP addresses.

DHCP allows magmon to auto-configure its IP settings by negotiating with a DHCP server on
the local network.

If the local network does not have a DHCP server, then the magmon must be configured
with static IP addresses. If the IP address assigned by DHCP server, check box is selected
go to the DNS configuration section of this web page. When the Static IP Address check
box is selected the No Network Connection when not in web mode and Static IP Address
check box will be blanked.

Static IP Address

If DHCP is not used the network administrator provided a static IP address, subnet mask,
and a gateway address (gateway may not be necessary). Click on the Static IP Address
check box and enter the provided Static IP Adress information. When the Static IP Address
check box is selected the No Network Connection when not in web mode and IP address
assigned by DHCP server check box will be blanked.

Gateway

A node on a network that serves as an entrance to another network. In enterprises, the


gateway is the computer that routes the traffic from a workstation to the outside network
that is serving the Web pages.

DNS is a protocol that allows the magmon to translate URLs (such as WWW.GE.COM)
into an IP address. If the local network does not provide access to a DNS server, then all
URL entries on the Insite2 configuration page must be entered as IP addresses instead of
as URLs. If DNS is not available at this site, you will need to call the Online Center for the
latest server IP address. The use of the IP address should be avoided unless no other
option is available to use DNS.

NOTE: In the case where no DNS is available and IP addressing is used: When the back office
changes the Server IP the connection from the magnet monitor to the back office will be lost
until the new IP address to the server is entered into the magnet monitor.

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Illustration 1-30: Control Settings

1.1.10.6 Insite2 Settings

The Insite2 page controls how the magmon will send data to the back office. See Illustration
1-31.

The System ID and Magnet Type

The System ID and Magnet Type should already be configured from data supplied when
completing the System Identification page. If the data is incorrect see Section 1.1.10.4
before continuing.

InSite Connection Type:

• BroadBand: Normal setting for most installation.

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• Dialup Modem : To be used if no other option is available to connect via broadband.


• Mobile Satellite: Modem: Mobile installations with Satellite modem only.
• No InSite Connection: Connection to broadband or modem is not available

Remote Service Configuration

Enterprise URL: this is the web address that the magmon uses to connect to the backoffice.
This entry should be set to https://us1-ws.service.gehealthcare.com:443. This is for the
magmon only– it is not the URL for the back office user interface.

Protocol: shall be set to HTTPS.

https://us1-ws.service.gehealthcare.com:443 (Cut and paste this into the Enterprise


URL data field).

HTTP Proxy Server Configuration:

Proxy Server (What is it?) A server that sits between a client application, such as a Web
browser, and a real server. It intercepts all requests to the real server to see if it can fulfill the
requests itself. If not, it forwards the request to the real server.

These fields are used for broadband sites. The building should have a single device that
connects all the PCs in the building to the Internet. The magmon talks to the Online Center
over the Internet so the magmon must be provided with the IP address or URL of the internet
proxy device for the building. The name or IP address of this device must be obtained from
the site's network administrator. Some proxies require a Username and Password before
they will allow a device to access the Internet. The network administrator must provide
this data if required.

Proxy Server Parameters (FOR USE WITH MODEM ONLY)

• Proxy Box: Selected


• Name/IP: 172.25.1.251
• Port: 8002
• User Name: Leave Blank
• Password : Leave Blank

Modem Parameters:

These fields are only used for dial-up modem connections.

Modem Parameters, If Broad band is not available and a modem is the only option, then the
modem fields must be completed.

• Phone Number Insert The OLC Phone Number in this Field (877-834-4020 US ONLY)
Call OLC for the number appropriate to your area
• User Name Insert: I2-MM3
• Password insert: insite2

• Country Region: Select From Pull down, the following fields will auto fill. Do Not
Change the defaults unless instructed to do so by the OLC

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• Country Region Code: Auto fill when Country Region is selected

• Modem Default Init String: Auto fill when Country Region is selected
• Dial String: Auto fill when Country Region is selected
• Insite 2 Retry Number: Auto fill when Country Region is selected

NOTE: Don’t forget that Proxy Server Parameters are Required with the modem !!!

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Illustration 1-31: Insite2 Settings

1.1.10.7 Error Codes & TroubleShooting

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Table 1-1: Magnet Monitor Error Codes

Error Code Definition SERVICE ACTION


0 No Error. N/A
1 He Level too high. Follow Service procedure to reduce He Level
2 He Level too low. Follow Service Procedure to increase He Level
3 He Level Top too high. Follow Service procedure to reduce He Level
4 He Level Top too low. Follow Service Procedure to increase He Level
5 Water flow for compressor 1 too low. Troubleshoot Low Flow condition. Check Cable and
flow sensor.
6 Water flow for compressor 1 too high. Troubleshoot High Flow condition. Check flow sensor.
7 Water temp for compressor 1 too cold. Check sensor and cables, actual water temp.
8 Water temp for compressor 1 too hot. Check actual water temp.
9 Water flow for compressor 2 too low. Troubleshoot Low Flow condition. Check Cable and
flow sensor.
10 Water flow for compressor 2 too high. Troubleshoot High Flow condition. Check flow sensor.
11 Water temp for compressor 2 too cold. Check sensor and cables, actual water temp.
12 Water temp for compressor 2 too hot. Check actual water temp.
13 Shield temp too cold. Reference Temp, Pressure and Troubleshooting and
Temperature Sensor check guide in the Functional
Check section in the magnet manual. Check cable
connections
14 Shield temp too hot. Reference Temp, Pressure and Troubleshooting and
Temperature Sensor check guide in the Functional
Check section in the magnet manual. Check cable
connections
15 Recondensor RuO temp too low. Reference Temp, Pressure and Troubleshooting and
Temperature Sensor check guide in the Functional
Check section in the magnet manual. Check cable
connections
16 Recondensor RuO temp too high. Reference Temp, Pressure and Troubleshooting and
Temperature Sensor check guide in the Functional
Check section in the magnet manual. Check cable
connections
17 Recondensor Si410 temp too low. Reference Temp, Pressure and Troubleshooting and
Temperature Sensor check guide in the Functional
Check section in the magnet manual. Check cable
connections
18 Recondensor Si410 temp too high. Reference Temp, Pressure and Troubleshooting and
Temperature Sensor check guide in the Functional
Check section in the magnet manual. Check cable
connections
19 Recondensor Si410 (2A) temp too low. Reference Temp, Pressure and Troubleshooting and
Temperature Sensor check guide in the Functional
Check section in the magnet manual. Check cable
connections
20 Recondensor Si410 (2A) temp too high. Reference Temp, Pressure and Troubleshooting and
Temperature Sensor check guide in the Functional
Check section in the magnet manual. Check cable
connections
21 Recondensor Si410 (2B) temp too low. Reference Temp, Pressure and Troubleshooting and
Temperature Sensor check guide in the Functional
Check section in the magnet manual. Check cable
connections

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Table 1-1: Magnet Monitor Error Codes (cont'd)
Error Code Definition SERVICE ACTION
22 Recondensor Si410 (2B) temp too high. Reference Temp, Pressure and Troubleshooting and
Temperature Sensor check guide in the Functional
Check section in the magnet manual. Check cable
connections
23 Coldhead RuO temp too hot. Reference Temp, Pressure and Troubleshooting and
Temperature Sensor check guide in the Functional
Check section in the magnet manual. Check cable
connections
24 Coldhead RuO temp too cold. Reference Temp, Pressure and Troubleshooting and
Temperature Sensor check guide in the Functional
Check section in the magnet manual. Check cable
connections
25 Vessel pressure too high. Check compressors. Check coldhead.
26 Vessel pressure too low. Check 12v heater circuit. View the minute data on the
magmon. The pressure should rise when the Heater On
column has a 1. Check for He leak.
27 EC_SPARE_SR1A_HIGH N/A
28 EC_SPARE_SR1A_LOW N/A
29 EC_SPARE_SR1B_HIGH N/A
30 EC_SPARE_SR1B_LOW N/A
31 EC_SPARE_CMP1A_HIGH N/A
32 EC_SPARE_CMP1A_LOW N/A
33 EC_SPARE_CMP1B_HIGH N/A
34 EC_SPARE_CMP1B_LOW N/A
35 EC_SPARE_CMP1C_HIGH N/A
36 EC_SPARE_CMP1C_LOW N/A
37 SingleStage temp too low HFO Bottom shield problem Reference Temp, Pressure
and Troubleshooting guide in the Functional Check
section in the magnet manual. Check cable connections
38 SingleStage temp too high HFO Bottom shield problem Reference Temp, Pressure
and Troubleshooting guide in the Functional Check
section in the magnet manual. Check cable connections
44 Vessel pressure sensor cable disconnected. Verify pressure sensor cable, verify pressure sensor has
power. Troubleshoot cable connection and continuity
from magnet to magnet monitor. Ohm out sensor
45 HeLevel cable disconnected. Check cable, switch to backup sensor. Troubleshoot
cable connection and continuity from magnet to magnet
monitor. Ohm out sensor
46 HeLevelTop cable disconnected. Check cable, switch to backup sensor. Troubleshoot
cable connection and continuity from magnet to magnet
monitor. Ohm out sensor
47 Recondensor RuO cable disconnected. Check cable, check sensor. Troubleshoot cable
connection and continuity from magnet to magnet
monitor. Ohm out sensor
48 Coldhead RuO sensor cable disconnected. Check cable, check sensor. Troubleshoot cable
connection and continuity from magnet to magnet
monitor. Ohm out sensor
49 Shield temp sensor cable disconnected. Check cable, check sensor. Troubleshoot cable
connection and continuity from magnet to magnet
monitor. Ohm out sensor
50 Recondensor Si410 cable disconnected. Check cable, check sensor. Troubleshoot cable
connection and continuity from magnet to magnet
monitor. Ohm out sensor

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Table 1-1: Magnet Monitor Error Codes (cont'd)
Error Code Definition SERVICE ACTION
51 Recondensor Si410 (2A) cable disconnected. Check cable, check sensor. Troubleshoot cable
connection and continuity from magnet to magnet
monitor. Ohm out sensor
52 Recondensor Si410 (2A) cable disconnected. Check cable, check sensor. Troubleshoot cable
connection and continuity from magnet to magnet
monitor. Ohm out sensor
53 The RuO buffer is drawing too much current from Magmon. Check for short circuit, replace RuO Troubleshoot cable
connection and continuity from magnet to magnet
monitor. Ohm out sensor buffer.
54 The remote alarm is drawing too much current from Magmon. Replace Remote Alarm Check cable continuity
55 The 12v heater is drawing too much current from Magmon. Issue with heater Circuit, Check cable and magnet
continuity
56 Water meter 1 is drawing too much current from Magmon. Check for short circuit, replace sensor. Check cable and
meter continuity, replace flow meter
57 Water meter 2 is drawing too much current from Magmon. Check for short circuit, replace sensor. Check cable and
meter continuity, replace flow meter Replace magnet
monitor
58 The 12v heater is under voltage when turned on. Check heater circuit, replace Magmon.
65 Magmon driving too much current into the HeLevel sensor. Magmon may need to be replaced.
66 Magmon not driving enough current into the HeLevel sensor. Level circuit may have too high of a resistance. Magmon
may need to be replaced.
67 Magmon driving too much current into the HeLevelTop sensor. Magmon may need to be replaced.
68 Magmon not driving enough current into the HeLevelTop sensor. Level circuit may have too high of a resistance. Magmon
may need to be replaced.
69 Magmon driving too much current into the Recondensor RuO Magmon may need to be replaced.
sensor.
70 Magmon not driving enough current into the Recondensor RuO Sensor circuit may be bad. Magmon may need to be
sensor. replaced.
71 Magmon driving too much current into the coldhead RuO sensor. Magmon may need to be replaced.
72 Magmon not driving enough current into the coldhead RuO Sensor circuit may be bad. Magmon may need to be
sensor. replaced.
73 Magmon driving too much current into the Recondensor Si410 Magmon may need to be replaced.
sensor.
74 Magmon not driving enough current into the Recondensor Si410 Sensor circuit may be bad. Magmon may need to be
sensor. replaced.
75 Magmon driving too much current into the Recondensor Si410 Magmon may need to be replaced.
(2A) sensor.
76 Magmon not driving enough current into the Recondensor Si410 Sensor circuit may be bad. Magmon may need to be
(2A) sensor. replaced.
77 Magmon driving too much current into the Recondensor Si410 Magmon may need to be replaced.
(2B) sensor.
78 Magmon not driving enough current into the Recondensor Si410 Sensor circuit may be bad. Magmon may need to be
(2B) sensor. replaced.
79 Magmon driving too much current into the Shield Si410 sensor. Magmon may need to be replaced.
80 Magmon not driving enough current into the Shield Si410 sensor. Sensor circuit may be bad. Magmon may need to be
replaced.
81 Magmon supplied 12v for the RuO buffer is too high. Magmon may need to be replaced.
82 Magmon supplied 12v for the RuO buffer is too low. Magmon may need to be replaced.
83 Magmon internal 12v supply is too high. Magmon may need to be replaced.

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Table 1-1: Magnet Monitor Error Codes (cont'd)
Error Code Definition SERVICE ACTION
84 Magmon internal 12v supply is too low. Magmon may need to be replaced.
85 Magmon internal -12v supply is too high. Magmon may need to be replaced.
86 Magmon internal -12v supply is too low. Magmon may need to be replaced.
87 Magmon supplied -12v for the RuO buffer is too high. Magmon may need to be replaced.
88 Magmon supplied -12v for the RuO buffer is too low. Magmon may need to be replaced.
91 Magnet Monitor internal temp too hot. Move MagMon3 to a cooler location / Replace Magmon
92 Magnet Monitor internal temp too cold. Move MagMon3 to a warmer location / Replace Magmon
100 The heater has been on too long. Check for He leak. Verify that the 12v heater is
connected to the magmon. Monitor pressure level.

101 The He pressure is not changing. Check HePressure sensor and cable. Probably bad
sensor. Magmon may need to be replaced.

102 The RfUnblank signal from the system cabinet is always on. Check SysCab cable. Magmon will not read scan room
sensors while UnBlank is active.
110 Coolant Leak Detected. Check for leaks in the water-cooling system for system
cabinets. Auto system shutdown probable.
120 The magnet field reed switch is open. Verify reed switch is near the magnet. Reference Temp,
Pressure and Troubleshooting guide in the Functional
Check section in the magnet manual. Check cable
connections
121 Compressor 1 is not running. Check compressor look for other compressor errors.
Reference Temp, Pressure and Troubleshooting guide
in the Functional Check section in the magnet manual.
Check cable connections
122 Compressor 1 reports a tripped fuse. Check coldhead. Reference Temp, Pressure and
Troubleshooting guide in the Functional Check section
in the magnet manual. Check cable connections
123 Compressor 1 reports an overtemp shutdown. Check cooling water supply. Reference Temp, Pressure
and Troubleshooting guide in the Functional Check
section in the magnet manual. Check cable connections
124 Compressor 1 reports a low He pressure shutdown. Check for He leaks. Magmon will not restart a
compressor with this error.
125 No 24v supply from compressor 1. Verify compressor is turned on. Verify compressor cable
connected to Magmon.

126 Compressor 1 reports a klixon error. Check compressor motor.


127 Compressor 2 is not running. Check compressor look for other compressor errors.
Reference Temp, Pressure and Troubleshooting guide
in the Functional Check section in the magnet manual.
Check cable connections
128 Compressor 2 reports a tripped fuse. Check coldhead. Reference Temp, Pressure and
Troubleshooting guide in the Functional Check section
in the magnet manual. Check cable connections
129 Compressor 2 reports an overtemp shutdown. Check cooling water supply. Reference Temp, Pressure
and Troubleshooting guide in the Functional Check
section in the magnet manual. Check cable connections
130 Compressor 2 reports a low He pressure shutdown. Check for He leaks. Magmon will not restart a
compressor with this error. Reference Temp, Pressure
and Troubleshooting guide in the Functional Check
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Table 1-1: Magnet Monitor Error Codes (cont'd)
Error Code Definition SERVICE ACTION
131 No 24v supply from compressor 2. Verify compressor is turned on. Verify compressor cable
connected to Magmon. Reference Temp, Pressure and
Troubleshooting guide in the Functional Check section
in the magnet manual. Check cable connections
132 Compressor 2 reports a klixon error. Check compressor motor. Reference Temp, Pressure
and Troubleshooting guide in the Functional Check
section in the magnet manual. Check cable connections

1.2 Magnet Monitor 3 Specifications


1.2.1 Equipment specifications for the Magnet Monitor 3
Dimensions: 10.25 in. (26.0 cm) H x 15 in. (38.1 cm) W x 3.0 in. (7.6 cm) D

Weight: 8 pounds (3.6 kg)

Input Power: 100/120 or 200/220 VAC, 50 or 60 Hz @ 0.5 A (auto switching) ]

Gauss Limit: 100 Gauss or less

Temperature: Operating: 0 to 40 degrees C ;Non-Operating: -34 to 50 degrees C

Temperature Change: 5 degrees C per hour

Humidity: Operating: 10% to 80% non-condensing Non-Operating: 10% to 90%


non-condensing

Altitude: -30 meters to 2133 meters

Mounting: Wall mount Service

NOTE: Magnet Monitor 3 is not to be mounted in the path of any equipment room cabinet exhaust
paths.

Clearance: See Illustration 1-32

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Illustration 1-32: Service Clearance

1.2.2 Interconnection Tables


Table 1-2: COMPRESSOR CONNECTION

J9 Pin Number Definition Voltage (DC)


1 Water Flow 0 to 5V

2 Water Temperature 0 to 5V
3 Water Flow DC Supply + 12V
4 Water Flow Ground Ground
5 Compressor Fuse Off +24 V
6 Helium Temperature High + 24V
7 Helium Pressure Low +24V
8 Compressor On +24V
9 Klixon Error +24V
10 Compressor Reset +24V
11 +24VDC Power +24V

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Table 1-2: COMPRESSOR CONNECTION (cont'd)
J9 Pin Number Definition Voltage (DC)
12 +24VDC Ground Ground
13 Not Connected
14 Water Flow #2 0 to 5V
15 Water Temperature #2 0 to 5V

Table 1-3: System cabinet Connectors

J10 Pin Number Definition Voltage (DC) Maximum Current


1 Not Connected
2 Not Connected
3 Not Connected
4 Not Connected
5 Not Connected
6 RF Unblank +5V 250 mA
7 RF Unblank Return +5V 250 mA
8 Key

9 Ground Ground 250 mA


10 System Power +5V 250 mA

11 System Power Return +5V 250 mA


12 Not Connected
13 Not Connected
14 Not connected
15 Not Connected

Table 1-4: Scan Room Connector

J8 Pin Number Definition Voltage (DC) Maximum Current


First Stage Shield II Diode 10 µA
1
Source +
First Stage Shield II Diode 10 µA
2
Source -
First Stage Shield II Diode
3 0 to 2.5V 10 µA
Signal +

First Stage Shield II Diode


4 0 to 2.5V 10 µA
Signal -

5 -12V DC Power Supply -12V 250 mA


6 -12VDC Ground Ground 250 mA
7 Vessel Pressure 1 to 5V 50 mA
8 Differential Pressure 1 to 5 V 50 mA
9 +12 VDC Power Supply +12 V 250 mA
10 +12 VDC Ground Ground 250 mA
11 First Stage Diode Source + 10 µA

12 First Stage Diode Source - 10 µA

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Table 1-4: Scan Room Connector (cont'd)
J8 Pin Number Definition Voltage (DC) Maximum Current
First Stage Diode Signal + 0 to 10 µA
13
2.5V
14 First Stage Diode Signal - 0 to 2.5V 10 µA

15 Second Stage Diode Source + 10 µA

16 Second Stage Diode Source - 10 µA

17 Second Stage Diode Signal + 0 to 2.5V 10 µA

18 Second Stage Diode Signal - 0 to 2.5V 10 µA

Reed Switch - Magnet On Sense


19 TTL Logic 5 mA

20 Reed Switch Common Ground 5 mA


21 Atmospheric Pressure 1 to 5V 250 mA
Second Stage Shield II Diode 10 µA
22
Source +
Second Stage Shield II Diode 10 µA
23
Source -
Second Stage Shield II Diode
24 0 to 2.5V 10 µA
Signal +

Second Stage Shield II Diode


25 0 to 2.5V 10 µA
Signal -

1.3 Maintenance and Replacement


The only maintenance action for Magmon 3 is to check the time of day occasionally.

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1.3.1 Schematics and Interconnects


1.3.1.1 System Interconnect Diagram for Core product with Water Flow/Temp Sensor

Illustration 1-33: SYSTEM INTERCONNECT DIAGRAM – LCC/SUMITOMO

Table 1-5: LCC INSTALLED BASE CABLE KIT

Run # Description Part Number From To


823 Monitor to System Cabinet I/F 46-271603G29 MSM1-A1-J10 MR2-A11-J24
824 Monitor Sensor I/F to Penetration 46-271609G29 PP1-J10 FJ1
Panel
825 Monitor Magnet Connector to 46-271600G29 PP1-J48 MSM1-A1-J8
Penetration Panel
826 Monitor to Compressor I/F 46-271603G29 MSM1-A1-J9 FJ3
827 Compressor I/F 46-328578P1 FJ3 MS5-A5-A1-J1 & FJ4
828 Penetration Panel to Sensor 46-271609G29 PP1-J10 MS1-A3-A1-P403
829 Penetration Panel to Magnet I/F 46-271601G29 PP1-J48 MS1-FJ2
830 Magnet I/F 2222797 MS1-FJ2 MS1-A2-J2,
MS1-A5-A2-J1, &
MG3-TB1
831 Monitor to Sensor I/F 2204488-5 FJ1 SM1-A1-J7
832 Buffer Amp to Cooling Sleeves 2214062 MS1-A2-J1 MS1-SLEEVE &
MS1-COLDHEAD,
833* I/F Compressor to Compressor 2225805 FJ4 MS5-A1-A6-JR

X (no #) System Cabinet I/F 2204485 MR2-A11-J24 MR2-IPG-J9 &


MR2-PDU-J5

Run 833 is for Sumitomo compressor. This run is compressor specific.

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1.3.1.2 System Interconnect Diagram for HFO/SUMITOMO

Illustration 1-34: System Interconnect Diagram - HFO/Sumitomo

Table 1-6: NMR Cable Kit

Run # Description Part Number From To


833 Compressor to Compressor 2225805 FJ4 MS5-A1-JR
I/F
823 Monitor to System Cabinet 46-271603G29 MSM1-A1-J10 MR2-A11-J24
I/F
825 Monitor Magnet Connector 46-271600G29 PP1-J48 MSM1-A1-J8
to Penetration Panel
826 Monitor to Compressor I/F 46-271603G29 MSM1-A1-J9 FJ3
827 Compressor I/F 46-328578P1 FJ3 MS5-A5-A1-J1 & FJ4
829 Penetration Panel to Magnet 46-271601G29 PP1-J48 MS1-FJ2
I/F

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Table 1-6: NMR Cable Kit (cont'd)
Run # Description Part Number From To
830 Magnet I/F 2222797 MS1-FJ2 MS1-A1-J2,
MS1-J1,
MG3-TB1,
Lower CH sleeve
832 Buffer Amp to Cooling 2214062 MS1-A2-J1 MS1-SLEEVE &
Sleeves
MS1-COLDHEAD,
913 Penetration Panel to Lower 2263158 PP1-J62 MS1-A1-A4-P302-1
He Level Sensor
914 Monitor Sensor I/F to 2262699 FJ5 PP1-J62
Penetration Panel, (Lower
Sensor)
915 Monitor Sensor I/F to 2263160 FJ6 MSM1-A2-J1
Remote Alarm Box
916 Monitor Sensor I/F to 2263159 MSM1-J7 FJ1, FJ5 and FJ6
Penetration Panel and
Remote Alarm Box
824 Monitor Sensor I/F to 46-328000G975 FJ1 PP1-J10
Penetration Panel, (Upper
Sensor)
919 Penetration Panel to Upper 2264859 PP1-J10 MS1-A1-A4-P302-3
He Level Sensor
X System Cabinet I/F 2204485 MR2-A11-J24 MR2-IPG-J9 &
(no #) MR2-PDU-J5
940 Monitor to Modem 2276568 MSM1-J1 MSM3
942 Monitor to Operators work 2271497 MSM1-J5 OW1-A2A4 PORT 7
station
941 Monitor to Systems Cooling 22532000G39 MSM1 J11 SCC-J1
Cabinet
ZZ Monitor to UPS, this cable is No GE Identifier MSM1- J3 UPS Serial Interface
provided with the UPS.

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1.3.1.3 HFO System Power AND Modem Interconnect Diagram

Illustration 1-35: Interconnect Diagram for UPS Power & Phone Line

Table 1-7: HFO Power/Phone Cable List

Run # Description Part Number From To


939 MDP to UPS for power out, included 2276569 UPS out MDP in
in Magnet Monitor cable kit

NA MDP to UPS (supplied with UPS) NA MSM4 MDP

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Table 1-7: HFO Power/Phone Cable List (cont'd)
Run # Description Part Number From To

NA Monitor to MDP (supplied with Moni- NA MSM1 Power MDP


tor)

NA Modem to MDP (supplied with mo- NA MSM3 MDP


dem)

1.3.1.4 System interconnect Diagram for UPS (Mandatory HFO Option for Twin)

Illustration 1-36: INNERCONNECT DIAGRAM FOR UPS POWER & PHONE LINE

Table 1-8: HFO POWER/PHONE CABLE LIST

Run # Description Part Number From To


MDP to UPS for power out, included with
939 2276569 UPS out MDP in
UPS
NA MDP to UPS (supplied with UPS) NA MSM4 MDP

NA Monitor to MDP (supplied with Monitor) NA MSM1 Power MDP

NA Modem to MDP (supplied with modem) NA MSM3 MDP

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1.3.2

1.4 Renewal Parts


Table 1-9: MAGNET MONITOR RENEWAL PARTS

Item Description Part Number FRU Code Qty

1 Magnet Monitor 3 2394952 1 1

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1.5 Magnet Monitor Installation


1.5.1 Normal Setup Sequence
This is the recommended sequence of steps for installing a new magmon and establishing
a connection to Insite2.

1. Physically install the magmon and attach signal and networking cables. Refer to
Section 1.5.
2. Apply AC power to the magmon.
3. Put the magmon into Web mode, log in on the first web page. Refer to Section 1.1.8.
4. Set the magmon’s date and time. Refer to Section 1.1.10.1.
5. Select the correct magnet type. Refer to Section 1.1.10.2.
6. Fill in and submit the input fields on the System ID page. Refer to Section 1.1.10.4.
7. Establish the correct network settings on the Network page. Refer to Section 1.1.10.5.
8. Fill in and submit the input fields on the Insite2 page. Refer to Section 1.1.10.6.
9. Click the [Logout] button on the top left side of the web page to activate the new
settings.
10. Wait at least ten minutes and then check for alarms on the front panel as indicated by
the alarm LED and the [Alarms] button.
11. Put the magmon into Web mode, login to the web interface. Refer to Section 1.1.8.
12. Inspect the View Alarms, the View Event Log, and the View Insite2 Log pages. Refer
to Section 1.1.9.1 and Section 1.1.9.2.

1.5.2 Introduction
1.5.2.1 Overview

The Magnet Monitor 3 consists of hardware and software used to measure:

• Helium vessel level


• Helium vessel pressure
• Provide helium vessel pressure control on LCC and HFO magnets.

1.5.2.2 System Requirements

The Magnet Monitor 3 works with LCC, LCC300, TWIN, HFO.

1.5.2.3 Document Application

The current revision of this document applies to the following combination(s):

• LCC
• LCC300
• TWIN
• HFO

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1.5.2.4 Core Magnet with Sumitomo Compressor

This system consists of an LCC magnet with a Sumitomo compressor. There is an external
water flow/temperature sensor connected to the water source for the Sumitomo compressor.
The water flow/temperature information is sent to the Magnet Monitor.

1.5.3 TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT


1.5.3.1 Required Tools/Equipment

When installing the Magnet Monitor, you need the following tools:

• Non-magnetic adjustable wrench


• Non-magnetic 9/16-inch combination wrench
• Non-magnetic flat-blade screwdriver
• Ruler
• Utility knife
• Nut drivers in 3/16-inch and 1/4-inch sizes
• Helium Resistance Box (46-265286G1)
• Digital Volt Meter (DVM)
• #2 Phillips screwdriver
• Static wrist strap
• Shallow container (to catch water after disconnecting the hose to the Shield Cooler
Compressor)
• Any tools and hardware needed for mounting the magnet monitor to the wall
• Laptop computer (minimum requirement is Windows 95 with a modem and Internet
Explorer or Netscape Navigator)
TABLE 3- with modem and cables (46-301708G9)
TABLE 3- without modem (46-301708G10)
• Cross-over Network Cable.

1.5.3.2 Optional Parts

The Magnet Monitor provides most of the parts you need during the installation. However
you may need to obtain one or more of the following parts, depending on your system
requirements. Additional cables (for sites where the Penetration Panel is more than 60 ft.
away from the Magnet Monitor):

• 25 -Pin Male-Female, 10 ft. Cable (46-271601G19)


• 25-Pin Male-Female, 20 ft. Cable (46-271601G21)
• 25-Pin Male-Female, 30 ft. Cable (46-271601G23)
• 25-Pin Male-Female, 40 ft. Cable (46-271601G25)
• 25-Pin Male-Female, 50 ft. Cable (46-271601G27)

Multiplexer with four station lines

• -115 VAC power supply (46-328475P1)


• -220 VAC, 50 Hz power supply (46-328475P3)

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Multiplexer with eight station lines

• 115 VAC power supply (46-328475P2)


• 220 VAC, 50 Hz power supply (46-328475P4)

NOTE: There is an 115VAC outlet in the Main Disconnect Panel (MDP) that can supply the proper
power that is needed for the Mux box.

1.5.4 Magnet Monitor 3 Description


The Magnet Monitor is described in the following table.

Table 1-10: Magnet Monitor Structured Kits

Part Number
Item Description Fixed Unit & Transportable/ Re-locatable Unit Mobile Unit

1 Magnet Monitor 3 Complete 2394952 2394952

2 LCC Install Cable Kit 2221624 2221624-2


3 Twin Install Cable Kit 2304057 2304057-2
4 Magnet Monitor Customer and Mechanical 5124576 5124576
Installation Manual
5 Magnet Monitor Service Documentation See Service Methods CD for Product.
(on CD)

1.5.5 INSTALLATION PROCEDURES


1.5.5.1 Magnet Room Attachments

The Pressure Transducer, Shield Diodes, and Reed Switch generate signals that are
incorporated into a cable that enters the Magnet Room through the Penetration Panel.
These signals aid in assessing boil off, magnet quench, and proper maintenance of vessel
pressures before, during, and after a helium fill.

NOTE: Most of the hardware installation can be performed while the customer is using the system.
The Magnet Room is needed for only about 30 minutes to install cables and sensors. The
three to four hours of installation time in the Computer Room do not require the system to
be down. The Magnet Monitor can be shut down and worked on while the Signa system is
running.

1.5.5.2 Before You Begin

Before you begin, you need the following tools:

• Non-magnetic adjustable wrench


• Non-magnetic, flat-blade screwdriver
• Non-magnetic, 3/16-inch nut driver
The cable runs installed in the following procedures are diagrammed in Illustrations
8-1, 8-2 and 8-3 System Interconnect Diagram. You will find the instructions easier to
follow if you also reference this System Interconnect Diagram and the associated
table.

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1.5.5.3 Connecting the Magnet Room Cables (all systems)

1. Run 829, 60 ft. Cable:


NOTE: If the cable in the following step is routed before it is connected, be sure you pay attention to
gender of the connectors.
NOTE: Remove the twist locks around the cables before connecting cables in the magnet room.
a. From the magnet room, use a non-magnetic flat-blade screwdriver to connect the
PP1- J48 end to the Penetration Panel Filter.
b. Route this cable from the Penetration Panel to the rear pedestal.
NOTE: Do not coil the cables under the rear pedestal. Serpentine any excess cable in the cable
trough so it will not interfere with scanning.
2. Run 830 (SeeIllustration 1-37):
a. Route the MS1-A5-A2-J1 connector along the magnet enclosure to the top of
the magnet and connect to the Pressure Transducer. Wrap the cable using
cable ties when necessary.
b. Install the Reed Switch lead per the following section.
c. Connect the MS1-A2-J2 connector on the RuO Buffer Amplifier.
d. Connect the MS1-FJ2 connector of cable run 830 to Run 829. Use two Cable
Connector Joiners (46-265067P1) to secure the cable connectors to each other.
3. Run 832: Connect to the coldhead sleeve and to the RuO Buffer Amplifier. See
Illustration 1-37
4. Run 828 (See Illustration 1-38):
a. Connect the PP1-J10 connector to J10 on the Penetration Panel.
b. Connect the MS1-A3-A1-P403 connector to P403 on the magnet.

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Illustration 1-37: LCC MAGNET ROOM CABLING

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Illustration 1-38: SENSOR CABLING

NOTE: Do not coil the cables under the rear pedestal. Serpentine any excess cable in the cable
trough so it will not interfere with scanning.

1.5.5.4 Connecting the Reed Switch (LCC Systems ONLY)

1. Position the Reed Switch where it detects the magnetic field. The contacts are Open
when the Read Switch detects a magnetic field. Usually you can place the switch
vertically on one of the support struts on the rear pedestal. SeeIllustration 1-39
2. Wrap two Cable Ties (46-208758P3) around the top and bottom of the Reed Switch
and the support strut to hold the Switch in place. See Illustration 1-39
3. Use an additional Cable Tie to secure the cable to the strut to prevent the wires from
being pulled out of the Switch. Move the ends of the Cable Ties to the back of the strut.

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Illustration 1-39: Reed Switch Placement

1.5.5.5 Connecting the Magnet Room Cables HFO Systems

NOTE: If the cable in the following step is routed before it is connected, be sure to pay attention to
gender of the connectors.

NOTE: Remove the twist locks around the cables before connecting cables in the magnet room.

1. Run 829, 60 ft. Cable:


a. From the magnet room, use a non-magnetic flatblade screwdriver to connect the
PP1-J48 end to the Penetration Panel Filter.
b. Route this cable from the Penetration Panel to the back of the magnet.
NOTE: Do not coil the cables under the magnet. Serpentine any excess cable in the cable trough so
it will not interfere with scanning.
2. Install the RUO Buffer Amplifier, part number 2219341 on top of the coldhead box.
See the HFO Magnet Room Cabling Illustration below. The RUO Buffer Amplifier
comes as part of the magnet collector.
3. Run 830 (HFO Magnet Room Cabling Illustration below).

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a. Route the MS1-A5-A2-J1 connector along the magnet enclosure to the top of the
magnet and connect to the Pressure Transducer. Wrap the cable using cable ties
when necessary. See Illustration below.

b. Install the MG3-TB1 lead per the following section.


c. Connect the MS1-A1-J2 connector on the RuO Buffer Amplifier.
d. Connect the MS1-A1-J2 connector to the single stage coldhead sleeve.
NOTE: This section of cable 830 may not be included with early site installations.

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e. Connect the MS1-FJ2 connector to Run 829 near the bottom of the magnet. Use
two Cable Connector Joiners (46265067P1) to secure the cable connectors to
each other.
4. Run 832: Verify that this cable is connected to the coldhead sleeve and to the RuO
Buffer Amplifier. See the HFO Magnet Room Cabling Illustration above. This cable
comes with the magnet collector.
5. Run 919
a. Connect the PP1-J10 connector to J10 on the Penetration Panel.
b. Connect the MS1-A1-P302-1 connector to P302-1 on the magnet instrumentation
box.
NOTE: Do not coil the cables under the magnet. Serpentine any excess cable in the cable trough so
it will not interfere with scanning.

1.5.5.6 Connecting the Reed Switch (HFO Systems ONLY)

NOTE: The Reed Switch (2108790) is preassembled to Run 830, the Magnet Room Interface
Cable (2222797).

1. Position the Reed Switch on the bottom plate of the magnet. Secure the Reed Switch
using cable ties to the magnet through an open bolt hole as shown in the Illustration
below. Make sure the orientation of the switch is the same as shown in the Illustration
below to properly detect the magnetic field.

2. Use an additional Cable Tie to secure the cable to the magnet to prevent the wires
from being pulled out of the Switch.

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1.5.6 Installing the Magnet Monitor, all Systems


1.5.6.1 Physical Installation

1. Anchor the Magnet Monitor to the wall using all applicable codes for your site. Make
sure a non-switched 120/240vac power is within 6 feet of the mounting location
of the Magnet Monitor.
2. Run 825:
a. In the computer room, connect the PP1-J48 end to the Penetration Panel Filter
(J48).
b. Route the cable to the Magnet Monitor 3 and connect to J8. See Illustration 1-40
3. Run 831 and 824:
a. Connect the MSM1-A1-J7 end of Run 831 to the Magnet Monitor.
b. Connect the FJ1 end of Run 831 to Run 824. Use two cable connector joiners
(46- 265067P1) to secure the cable connectors to each other. Wrap the cables
using cable ties when necessary.
c. Connect the PP1-J10 end of Run 824 to the Penetration Panel.
d. Connect Cable run 825 between MSM1-A1-J8 to the Penetration Panel J48.
e. Pull the power plug from the unit.
4. Plug the Magnet Monitor AC power cord into the receptacle using the appropriate
power cord. Assure that the power remains available at this receptacle 24 hr/day to
assure constant monitoring, and pressure control of the magnet.
NOTE: If preferred, the magnet Monitor can be plugged into a 220 VAC outlet. For such operation,
obtain a power cord with the appropriate connector.

Illustration 1-40: Magnet Monitor 3 Interface Panel

1.5.6.2 Operating voltage of the Magnet Monitor

The Magnet Monitor 3 automatically adjusts to line voltage and line frequency, adjustments
are not required.

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1.5.6.3 Installing the External Modem

1. Use supplied velcro to secure the modem to the Magnet Monitor.


2. Use the proper power adapters for the power connection from the wall to the power
supply. The modem power supply will work for any voltage and frequency.
3. Connect cable run 940, which is provided with the cable kit between Magnet Monitor
J1 and Modem serial connector.

1.5.6.4 Sumitomo Shield Cooler Sensor Installation for Core

The Water Flow and Temperature Sensor provides proportional, linear output for both
water flow and water temperature. The viewing window on the sensor provides a visual
measurement for water flow.

1. Before You Begin: You need the following tools:


• 3/16-inch flat-blade screwdriver
• Shallow container to hold water
2. You need the following parts from the Magnet Monitoring Kit:
• One of the 15-Pin Female-Male, 60 ft. Cables (46-271603G29)
• Water Flow and Temperature Sensor (46-320835P1) (screws are provided to
surface mount sensor, if desired)
• Compressor Interface Cable (46-328578P1)
• One Restricted Label (46-301402P1)
The cable runs installed in the following procedures are diagrammed in Illustration
8-1 System Interconnect Diagram. You will find the instructions easier to follow if
you also reference the System Interconnect Diagram and the associated table.
3. Attaching the Water Flow and Temperature Sensor for Core and Twin with TGWC
a. Turn off power to the Shield Cooler Compressor.
NOTE: Screws are supplied with the water flow and temperature sensor for mounting to the floor or
wall. If it is practical to mount the sensor, place it within 24 inches (61 cm) of the compressor.
NOTE: The Magnet Monitoring Kit contains a 24-inch (61 cm) hose that is 1/2-inch (13mm)
in diameter. If the site has deviated from the 1/2-inch hose barb, you need to modify
the plumbing to connect to the Water Flow and Temperature Sensor. Please obtain the
necessary parts locally.
b. Shut off the water flow to the Shield Cooler Compressor. Be sure to shut off both
the supply and return lines to minimize water spillage.
c. Disconnect the inlet water line to the Shield Cooler Compressor and place a
container under the line to catch any water that may run off.
d. Connect the 24-inch hose to the water inlet on the Shield Cooler Compressor
and secure with a hose clamp. See Illustration 4-7.
e. Connect the other end of the 24-inch hose to the Sensor and secure with a hose
clamp. Make sure the Water Direction Arrow is pointing toward the compressor
inlet.
f. Connect the inlet water line to the inlet of the Water Flow and Temperature
Sensor. Secure with a hose clamp.

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g. Turn on the water supply and check all fittings for leaks. Repair leaks as necessary.
Record water flow reading in the site log using the visual indicator. If practical, use
the supplied screws to wall mount the Water Flow and Temperature Sensor.
h. Run 827:
i. Connect the MS5-A5-A1-J1 connector to the Water Flow and Temperature
Sensor. Align the key on the connector and tighten the screw collar.
ii. Connect the FJ4 connector on Run 827 to Run 833. Use two Cable Connector
Joiners (46-265067P1) to secure the cable connectors to each other. See
Illustration 1-41.
iii. Connect the FJ3 connector on Run 827 to Run 826. Use two Cable Connector
Joiners (46-265067P1) to secure the cable connectors to each other.
NOTE: When connecting Run 827 to sites that have the TWIN TSCC cabinet, one leg of this cable
will not be used. Put electrical tape on un-used connector.
i. Run 833: Connect the MS5-A1-A6-JR end of this cable to the remote connector
on the Sumitomo compressor.
j. Run 826: Route the cable to the Magnet Monitor, and connect at J9.
k. Turn on power to the Shield Cooler Compressor.

If water from the shield cooler spills, clean it up following hospital procedures,
as the water may contain chemicals, such as glycol.

Illustration 1-41: SUMITOMO COMPRESSOR CONNECTIONS

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1.5.6.5 Installing the Magnet Monitor UPS on HFO (Optional for Twin and 3T)

1. There is an AC jumper between J1 and J2 in the MDP. Remove this jumper. Locate
labels UPS In and UPS Out. Place the UPS In label over outlet J2. Place the UPS
Out label over outlet J1.
2. Position the UPS near the Main Disconnect Panel and the Magnet Monitor. Connect
the power cable that is provided with the UPS to the MDP AC outlet labeled “UPS Out”.
The cable must be routed through the bottom of the MDP cabinet. See Illustration 4-8.
3. Find cable run number 939 that is provided with the Magnet Monitoring cable kit.
Connect this cable from the UPS output to the MDP AC outlet labeled UPS Input. The
AC outlet in the MDP is a Male connector. The cable must be routed through the
bottom of the MDP cabinet.
4. Connect the Magnet Monitor AC power cable to the MDP AC outlet labeled Magnet
Monitor Output. This cable must be routed through the bottom of the MDP cabinet.
5. Connect the serial cable that is provided with the UPS to the Magnet Monitor,
connector J3 to the UPS Comm Port connector.
6. Connect the Customer phone line to the UPS “phone in” connection. Run the
customer supplied phone line from the UPS “phone out” connection to the global
modem. (Only for Dialup)
7. Connect the provided strain relief’s for the power cables that are routed through the
MDP panel. They are included in the Magnet Monitor cable kit.

Illustration 1-42: MDP CONNECTIONS

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1.5.6.6 Magnet Monitor Calibration and Final Installation

1. No calibration is required, but the helium reading checks should be performed


every year.
2. Checking the helium calibration of the Magnet Monitor 3:
a. Obtain the Helium Meter Calibration Box part number 46-306864G1.
b. Observe the helium readings for the vessel.
c. Disconnect the helium level cable at the magnet. These cables are located on
the Magnet Interconnect, which is located on the left side of the magnet when
viewing from the front.
d. Connect the Helium Meter Calibration Box to the Cable that was going to P302-
Upper. Adjust the resistance on the Helium Meter Calibration Box to the values on
the Table 1-11. Hit the “Sample” button on the Magnet Monitor. Verify that the
helium reading for the “Upper” vessel is within the specification mentioned below.

Table 1-11: RESISTANCE/HELIUM

Resistance Value Nominal Value Specification

Zero 100% 100% to 98%


230 Ohms 66.4 63.4 to 69.4 ohms
460 Ohms 32.7 29.7 to 35.7 ohms
686 Ohms 0.0 0.0% to 3%

1.5.6.7 Connecting the Magnet Monitor to the System Cabinet

1. Refer to Illustration 1-41, System Interconnect Diagram – LCC/Sumitomo for a


diagram of the cable connections described in this section.
2. Run 823 (See Illustration 1-45):
a. Connect the MSM1-A1-J10 end to the Magnet Monitor.
b. Route the cable to the interface panel at the lower rear of the System Cabinet/
RFSystem Cabinet.
c. c. On Pre-excite Systems, it may be necessary to install a pair of Connector
Joiners (46-265067P1) in an empty 15-Pin opening (J24 if available) on the
interface panel.
d. Connect the MR2-A11-J24 end of Run 823 to the above.
3. Run X (no number):
a. Connect the MR2-A11-J24 end to the interface panel connectors installed above.
b. Carefully thread the MR2-IPG-J9 end through to the front of the System Cabinet.
and connect to J9 (RF UNBLANK1) of the IPG Board on the front of the cabinet
(See Illustration 1-43):
c. At MR2-PDU-J5 in the System Cabinet, remove the existing cable and replace it
with a BNC Tee. Connect the existing cable and the MR2-PDU-J5 end of Run X to
the BNC Tee. See Illustration 1-44.

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d. Install the Jumper plug (2239626) on the back of the TYME board in position J5.
This jumper eliminates the “low helium” message that the operator would see on
the console. Some of the early sites may not have the jumper plug. You can short
pins 4 and 6 of connector J5(cryo mon) on the TYME bd to eliminate the message.

Illustration 1-43: RF UNBLANK CONNECTION

Illustration 1-44: Line Sync Connection

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Illustration 1-45: Connect Run 823

1.5.6.8 Installing the MUX Box (Optional) For Dialup Only

1. Find a suitable location for the MUX box near Magnet Monitor.
2. Connect the power cord for the MUX box to the MDP into the AC outlet labeled
UPS power.
3. Connect the customer phone line input (through the UPS) to the MUX box port
labeled “phone line in”. Connect the phone line between the Global Modem, and
the MUX port 1.

Make sure that the MUX box, port 1 is used for the Magnet Monitor. The MUX box is
not connected to the UPS. If the site were to loose power, the MUX box will default
to port 1. This will allow the Magnet Monitor to dial out if the MUX box looses power.

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Chapter 2 Appendix A
1 Connecting Remote Alarm Box to Hospital
The Remote Alarm box can be connected to the hospital’s warning system. This will inform
the security staff of an issue when the MR suite is vacant. The Remote Alarm will activate for
a “low helium” alarm, or if the compressor is off for more than 10 minutes.

To connect the Remote Alarm box to a remote panel connect pins 4 and 9 to the device. The
relay in the Remote Alarm box is normally open, it will close when the alarm is activated.

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