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MPOD Features

MPOD is a mainframe for multi-channel high voltage (HV) and low voltage (LV) power supply modules.

Local Control

The two rotary knobs can be rotated and pushed. The right one controls vertical selections (e.g. to scroll down a menu task or increase/decrease a operating value), while the left one controls the horizontal selections (e.g. select other menus or sub-menus). By pushing the right knob (OK) it is possible to select a menu item or to confirm input by pushing the left knob (CANCEL) it is possible to escape from input fields.

MPOD Knobs Features

MPOD Display Main menu

  • Main Window :  Rotate the right knob to change between GLOBAL, CHANNEL,CONFIG and LOCK.
  • Global Window: Press the right knob to go into screen saver mode with high visibility channel display then Press the left knob to go back to the Main Window.
  • Channel Window: Press the right knob to enter menu to access power supply channels. Press the left knob to go back to the GLOBAL Window

MPOD Display Channel menu

  • SWITCH ON/OFF Status Window: Press the right knob to switch channel ON or OFF. Rotate the right knob to change between SWITCH ON/OFF, NOMINAL ,SUPERVISION and MODUL.

  • Nominal Settings Window: Press the right knob to select parameter (will be marked). Rotate the right knob to change between Output Voltage, Current Limit or Voltage ramps. Press the right knob to edit value (will be shown in red), change value with the right and left knob, will change resolution digits (red) to allow precise settings. Press the right knob to save new values or the left knob to discard (cancel).

  • Supervision Setting Window: Press the right knob to select parameter (will be marked yellow). Rotate the right knob to change between parameters. Press the right knob to edit value (will be shown in red), change value with the right and left knob , will change resolution digits (red) to allow precise settings. Press the right knob to save new values or press the left knob o discard (escape). Rotate the left knob to go back (left) or to select another channel (right) which will mark right button yellow, channel then can be changed with the right knob.

  • MODUL Window:

Remote Control / Software

Run the latest MUSEcontroll program. Starting the program, the main window gives a quick overview of the MPOD and its connected MPV low voltage modules. Please note that the MPOD crate has to be switched on in order to show the low voltage modules!

It shows the 16 of LV channels starting from U16 to U31 (eg: U16->CH200, U17->CH201, U18->CH202....). Each channel can be controlled individually by clicking the "Output Configuration".

The dialog is divided into five main sections:

  • Measurement: Shows the actual measured sense voltage, terminal voltage (at the module terminals), current, the calculated power and the most critical module temperature.
  • Control & Status: Here the channel can be switched on and off. If the channel has switched off because of any failure, the reason is displayed here, too.

Note that the LV channels will have trip if "Slow regulation" option is not enabled!

  • Nominal Values: Here the nominal output voltage (sense voltage), current limit and ramping speeds are entered. The “No Ramp at Switch Off” check box forces immediate switch off. The regulation mode can be optimized for different cable lengths (slow regulation requests both check boxes to be checked!). We recommend to activate the “Slow regulation (cable lengths >50m)” checkbox for each channel. This Slow regulation option helps to resolve the LV trip.
  • Supervision: Here the threshold values of the minimum sense voltage, the maximum sense voltage, the maximum terminal voltage, the maximum current, the maximum power, the maximum temperature and the communication timeout can be entered. The right column “maximum” can only be changed by this utility and is the maximum allowed value of the left column. The left column may be changed here or via the TCP/IP network. The most right column “on failure” defines the action if the associated threshold is exceeded. The “communication timeout” at the last row is an internal timeout of the communication between different processors. If the processor responsible for a specific output has no data from it's master processor for longer than this time (in milliseconds), the output channel will be switched off.

*Identification
Here the group number of this channel can be entered
-- CandanDozen - 2020-03-09

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