CryoProbe Prodigy System

CryoProbe Prodigy System

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CryoProbe Prodigy System Site Planning & Checklist Version 001

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Copyright © by Bruker Corporation All rights reserved. No part of this publication may be reproduced, stored in a retrieval system, or transmitted, in any form, or by any means without the prior consent of the publisher. Product names used are trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective holders.

© October 19, 2012: Bruker Corporation Fällanden, Switzerland P/N: Z33080 DWG-Nr.: Z4D12020 For further technical assistance on the CryoProbe Prodigy System, please do not hesitate to contact your nearest BRUKER dealer or contact us directly at: BRUKER Biospin AG Industriestrasse 26 CH-8117 Fällanden Switzerland Phone: + 41 825 97 97 FAX: + 41 825 94 04 E-mail: [email protected] Internet: www.bruker.com

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Prodigy System: Site Planning The BRUKER CryoProbe™ Prodigy System (CPP-System) should be positioned in a lab such that it allows for convenient and safe operation. The customer needs access to the front of the Prodigy unit for operating the touch-screen, and to the LN2 dewar for periodic LN2 refills.

Example A (a suitable N2 gas supply is available in the lab): The Prodigy Platform components are shown in blue.  Ideally, place the Prodigy unit to the right side, and the LN2 dewar to the left side of the magnet. A mirrored setup is also possible. This arrangement provides the user with simplicity and functionality when performing the regular LN2 dewar refill.  The Prodigy unit must be placed outside the 5mT (50G) stray field of the magnet, but remain in its vicinity.  The LN2 dewar is non-magnetic and will be placed directly adjacent to the magnet. There is only one length of the LN2 Transferline available (2m).  An optional balance for the LN2 dewar is recommended (BH5450; with shielded magnets only). The balance is placed under the LN2 dewar. The N2 gas supply system is marked in green.  The Prodigy unit needs a continuous supply of very dry N2 gas (dew point <-60°C).  The N2 gas cylinder serves as backup for the aforementioned main N2 gas source. It is optional, but strongly recommended when a sample safety system (BH0550 or BH0551) will be used. The necessary safety infrastructure is marked in orange.  The ventilation and air conditioning (A/C) system must provide fresh air. The use of totally recirculated air is not allowed.  An additional supply of fresh air can be provided e.g. by an open window. Alternatively, the A/C can be switched to maximum fresh air supply while refilling the LN2 dewar.  An oxygen monitoring and alarm system is required.  The door of the lab must open outwards from the room. Electricity supply:  A single phase supply 100-120VAC or 220-240VAC is sufficient for the Prodigy unit and the optional balance. Depending on customer's needs a UPS is recommended. The system requirements are summarised on p. 9.

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Example B (if no suitable N2 gas supply is available): Example B corresponds to example A except for the N2 gas supply (see green items in the adjacent figure).  The required N2 gas is generated from a compressed air supply with a nitrogen separator.  If the dew point of the compressed air is >-25°C, an air dryer is required in addition.

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Checklist for Basic Site Planning YES

NO

The free volume of the lab is at least 70 m3.





It is possible to arrange the Prodigy Unit beside the magnet, but outside the 5mT (50G) stray field.





It is possible to arrange the LN2 dewar beside the magnet.





The LN2 dewar is freely accessible, and the site is adequately sized for the free movement of the LN2 transport vessel.





Lab space requirements

YES

NO

Customer Responsibility

Case 1: An uninterrupted supply of nitrogen gas as specified will be available (at least from installation date onwards) at the NMR site (connector type Ø 8mm).







Case 2: Compressed air with a dew point < -25 °C will be used  N2-separator required.







Case 3: Compressed air with a dew point > -25 °C will be used  Air dryer and N2-separator required.







YES

NO

Customer Responsibility

Electric power for the Prodigy unit is available at an electrical power outlet. 100-120VAC/max 10A or 220-240VAC/max 5A, 50-60Hz, 0.6kW max. Length of power cable: 7.6m / 25ft (with adapter for Schuko and US Plug).







In case of voltage fluctuations which exceed +/-10% of the nominal voltage value: Is there a voltage stabiliser available for the Prodigy system?







Will an uninterrupted power supply (UPS) be available to connect the Prodigy system as well?







N2 gas requirements (green items)

Electrical requirements

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YES

NO

Customer Responsibility







YES

NO

Customer Responsibility

The exit doors of the magnet room open outwards.







An oxygen monitoring and alarm system is installed in the lab.







A fresh air supply system is available to provide adequate ventilation: normal operation @ fresh air supply rate  200m3h-1 3 -1 refill situation @ fresh air supply rate  400m h (or open windows)







The LN2 dewar will be secured against tipping over (earthquake risk; similar to magnet).







Electrical requirements Optional balance for the LN2 dewar: Is an additional electrical power socket for the electronic balance available? 100-120VAC or 220-240VAC / 50-60Hz Length of power cable: 7.6m / 25ft (with adapter for Schuko and US Plug).

Safety (orange items)

YES

NO

For 400 MHz magnets: Is a BOSS 1, a BOSS 2 or BOSS 3 Shim system of PLUG type available? (if not, an upgrade has to be performed)





For 500 MHz magnets and above: Is a BOSS 3 Shim system of PLUG type available? if not, an upgrade has to be performed





Is a BVT3000 or a BVT3200 or a BVT3200A or a BSVT unit available?





Is a GREAT 1/10 or 3/10 or a GAB respectively a GAB/2 available?













In case of an existing console:

Is a Nanobay400 ‘V3’ (Z133003) with AQS preamplifier available? (*type label on the back plane)

If yes, the system is ready for a CPP BBO. Notice: 19F capability on 1H is supported via manual rewiring at the probe for CPP BBO. Is one of the following consoles with AQS preamplifier available?   

Nanobay400 ‘V2’ (Z119572) (*type label on the back plane) Nanobay400 ‘V1’ (Z108356) (*type label on the back plane) Microbay400 (H03128MB) (*type label inside cabinet, top right corner)

If yes, the console has to be upgraded. Notice: 19F capability on 1H is supported via manual rewiring at the probe for CPP BBO.

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In case of an existing console:

YES

NO









Is a console (AV II or newer) with HPPR/2 preamplifier available? If yes, an upgrade to CryoProbe-compatible HPPR/2 modules can be necessary. For CPPs with H & F feature an upgrade to HPLNA 1H is recommended. In case of an existing console, is Topspin ≥3.1 PL 4 available? if no, the Topspin software has to be upgraded Take a copy or print out of the configuration information of the existing system:



/conf/instr//uxnmr.info

*) Example of type label:

YES

NO





A magnet from another company





A widebore magnet





The magnet is placed in a pit





The magnet is equipped with a sample changer system





Any other unclear situation





Is a detailed Site Planning necessary? A magnet from BRUKER, but not one of the following types:  

400 MHz: ≥ 500 MHz:

US+ or Ascend US, US+ or Ascend

If any of the questions in this section has been answered with YES, then contact [email protected] to clarify if an upgrade with a Prodigy system is possible.

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Responsible partner at customer’s site Name Telephone Email Company / Institution Address

Ordering No. of the Prodigy System Ordering No. of the spectrometer Date and Signature

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Prodigy System: Requirements Equipment dimensions Prodigy Unit

60 x 40 x 46 cm3 (L x W x H); add 15cm for rear connections

LN2 dewar

50 x 62 x 135 cm3 (L x W x H; W includes dewar handles)

Electrical requirements Prodigy Unit 100-120 VAC / 50-60 Hz / max 10 A / max 0.6 kW 220-240 VAC / 50-60 Hz / max 5 A / max 0.6 kW Optional weight scale N2 gas requirements Case 1: In-house N2 gas supply used as main N2 source

100-120 VAC or 220-240 VAC / 50-60 Hz Pressurised N2 Gas: - N2 content > 95% by volume - Dew point < -60°C @ 1 bar - Pressure 6 - 10 bar - Oil content: < 0.005 ppm (0.00425 mg/m3) - Solid impurities: Use 5 micron filters. Filters should retain 99.99% of the specified particles Capacity: - Prodigy Unit: 40 l/min (1.4 cfm) + VT gas: 11 l/min (0.4 cfm) - Sample protection option: Add 40 l/min (1.4 cfm) to above values

Case 2: Compressed air with dew point <-25 °C available

Use an N2-gas separator to generate on site the required N2 gas (as specified in Case 1). Please contact Bruker, if you need help choosing a suitable N2 gas separator. Requirements for compressed air: - Pressure: 7-10 bar - Oil content: < 0.005 ppm (0.00425 mg/m3) - Solid impurities: Use 5 micron filters. Filters should retain 99.99% of the specified particles. - Capacity: >200 l/min (7 cfm)

Case 3: Compressed air with dew point >-25 °C available

Use an additional Air dryer in order to obtain compressed air with a dew point < -25°C @ 1 bar (as specified in Case 2 above). Please contact Bruker, if you need help choosing a suitable Air dryer.

Independent N2 gas source, e.g. a N2 gas cylinder fitted with a Backup N2 gas supply (optional; in addition to pressure reducing valve. any of the main gas sup- Specifications: See Case 1 above. ply variants above) Ventilation requirements: Free room volume (exchangeable gas volume) Vfree = Vroom - Vfurniture Fresh air supply rate

≥ 70 m3 ≥ 200 m3 h-1 During LN2 refill: ≥ 400 m3 h-1

Further local regulations may apply.

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Saffety in the e Lab b: WA ARNING Risk of suffocation n. Risk of injury due to t very low ttemperature e liquids & metal m parts.. Contactt with the sk kin may cau use cold burrns. Contactt with the ey yes may cau use blindness. Therefo ore:  The e lab must ha ave a free ro oom volume of ≥70 m3 with w a steadyy fresh 3 --1 air supply s rate of o ≥200 m h for each CrryoProbe Pro odigy System m.  Befo ore the refill process is started, the fresh air supply rate muust be incrreased to ≥40 00 m3 h-1.  Win ndows and do oors must be e opened beffore starting the LN2 refilll.  The e lab must be e equipped w with oxygen monitors to detect a poossible One oxygen drop p in the oxy ygen level. O n monitor must be abovve the mag gnet and one oxygen m monitor appro ox. 30 cm off o the floor of the mag gnet room in order to de tect low oxy ygen levels. Where W the m magnet is lo ocated inside e a pit, an a additional ox xygen monito or located aapprox. 30 cm c from the bottom of the e pit must be e fitted. All detectors shoould be loca ated outside the 0.5 mT ( 5 G) line. ny a liquid nitrogen  Perssons must not accompan n trans sport vessel inside an elevator e (obs serve local re egulations).  The e fill or refill procedure o of the LN2 dewar d must be carried oout by train ned laboratory personnell or trained personnel p fro om a nitroge n supply company. c  Durring the entirre refill proce ess protectiv ve gloves, go oggles, aproon and perssonal oxygen n monitor mu ust be worn.  Nevver look direc ctly into the openings off components without eyye protection (e.g. the e Transferlin ne) because e liquid nitrogen dropletss may spilll out.  The e transport ve essel for disspensing liqu uid nitrogen must be equuipped with h a safety prressure relea ase valve, be e non-ferrom magnetic andd must be placed p outsid de the 0.5 mT T (5 G) line.  If th he LN2 dew war is placed d on the sca ale (optional equipmentt): The scalle must be positioned p ou utside the 0.5 mT (5 G) line of a shhielded mag gnet.

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Contact NMR Hotlines: Bruker Corporation provides dedicated hotlines and service centers. Please select the NMR service center or hotline you wish to contact from our list available at: http://www.bruker-biospin.com/hotlines_nmr.html Contact our NMR service centers, so that our specialists can respond as quickly as possible to all your service requests, application questions, software or technical needs.

CryoProbe Prodigy Sales: BRUKER BioSpin AG Industriestrasse 26 CH-8117 Fällanden Switzerland phone: +41 44 825 91 11 fax: + 41 44 825 96 96 email: [email protected] http://www.bruker.ch

BRUKER Instruments, Inc. 44 Manning Road Billerica, MA 01821 U.S.A. phone: +1-978-667-9580 fax: +1-978-667-0985 email: [email protected] http://www.bruker.com

CryoProbe Services: BRUKER BioSpin AG

BRUKER Instruments, Inc.

Service Department Industriestrasse 26 CH-8117 Fällanden Switzerland phone: +41 44 825 97 97 fax: + 41 44 825 94 04 email: [email protected] http://www.bruker.ch

44 Manning Road Billerica, MA 01821 U.S.A. phone: +1-978-667-9580 fax: +1-978-667-0985 email: [email protected] http://www.bruker.com

Your Local Contact: http://www.bruker.ch/contact_bruker.html

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