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RWSL Set-up and Training Time

Page history last edited by ron.evans@nic.bc.ca 7 years, 6 months ago

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RWSL Set-up and Training Time

 

 

Note - This page contains estimates of the time required to set up various pieces of RWSL equipment and to train a tech to operate them under the direction of an RWSL Experiment Designer/Architect or an experienced RWSL Tech Manager.  It is assumed the VIs already prepared for the various pieces of equipment will be used, so these only need to be installed on the LabView server.  These time estimates were provided by Albert Balbon, who helped the CCCS team set up their RWSL Node.

 

Equipment 

Set-up Time (Days)

Training Time (Days)

Network Switch (This will be set up by Institution’s IT department.)

Required Base Module

1

2

Velmex Frame                                     (A)

1

2

Robotic Arm                                        (B)

0.5

2

 

 

 

 

 

 

RWSL Lab 

Microscope Lab

0.5

0.5

e/m Lab

0.5

0.5

Spectrometer Lab (for emission spectra)

0.5 + A

1 + B

Spectrometer Lab (for absorption spectra)

0.5 + B

0.5 + B

Air Track Lab

2 + A + B

1 + A + B

Titration Lab

0.5

0.5

NI ELVIS II (Oscilloscope)

0.5

0.5

Magnetic Forces Lab

0.5 + A

0.5 + A

 

 

 

 

A = time required to set up and train someone to run the Velmex Frame

B = time required to set up and train someone to run the robotic arm

 

Comments (2)

ron.evans@nic.bc.ca said

at 11:58 am on Sep 13, 2012

These are the times that Albert suggested. It is assumed that he or someone like him would be guiding the set-up and training albeit from a distance. I'll make a comment to that affect above.

Thanks.

Pat Shea said

at 9:16 am on Sep 13, 2012

Ron-- are these estimates For first-time set ups or each time the equipment is used for various labs?

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