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Radiation monitoring for brain imaging centres

The Wolfson Brain Imaging centre chose the Omniflex Maxiflex I/O system to gather data from their existing Lab Impex Beta and Gamma radiation in air monitors, stack flow monitors and pumps

Wolfson Brain Imaging centre in Cambridge is a research facility attached directly to the Addenbrooke's Hospital Neuro Critical Care Unit and is dedicated to providing an imaging function of the injured human brain using Positron Emission Tomography and Magnetic Resonance techniques.
Wolfson Brain Imaging centre chose the Omniflex Maxiflex I/O system to gather data from their existing Lab Impex Beta and Gamma radiation in air monitors, stack flow monitors and pumps.
The system comprises two Maxiflex I/O nodes one at each level completely wired into wall mounted housings with each node connected on the sites Ethernet network utilising the Modbus/TCP protocol and connected into two Factory Link SCADA systems located at each level.
The system also includes Omniflex's Omni 16 alarm annunciator systems at each level, which will be used to warn personnel of out of limit alarms and plant status.
Omniflex also supply the SCADA system, which is used to provide an operator interface in real-time to enable personnel to monitor the centre's data both graphically and numerically enabling reports etc to be easily generated when required.
All the data is logged to the database such that both real-time and historical data will always be available.

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