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01 - C1 - Cover Sheet 02 - C2 - Disclaimer - Site Readiness 03 - A1 - General Notes 04 - A2 - Equipment Layout 05 - A3 - Radiation Protection 06 - A4 - Equipment Dimensions (1) 07 - A5 - Equipment Dimensions (2) 08 - A6 - Delivery 09 - S1 - Structural Notes 10 - S2 - Structural Layout 11 - S3 - Structural Details (1) 12 - S4 - Structural Details (2) 13 - S5 - Structural Details (3) 14 - S6 - Structural Details (4) 15 - M1 - HVAC Sheet Format Concession Scale Date File Name Rev S.O. (GON) A3 5 ---- ---- DISCOVERY MI PET/CT BJP GE Healthcare GE does not take responsibility for any damages resulting from changes on drawings made by others. Errors may occur by not referring to the complete set of final issue drawing. GE cannot accept responsibility for any damage due to the partial use of GE final issue drawings, however caused. All dimensions are in millimeters unless otherwise specified. Do not scale from printed pdf files. GE accepts no responsibility or liability for defective work due to scaling from these drawings. /20 EN-PET-TYP-DISCOVERY-MI-WEB.DWG ---- ---- PMM 5661740-1EN ---- 1/4"=1'-0" - 15/Oct/2020 TYPICAL A mandatory component of this drawing set is the GE Healthcare Pre Installation manual. Failure to reference the Pre Installation manual will result in incomplete documentation required for site design and preparation. Pre Installation documents for GE Healthcare products can be accessed on the web at: www.gehealthcare.com/siteplanning - Drawn by Verified by PIM Manual REV DATE MODIFICATIONS A 11/Apr/2019 Initial release per PIM revision 3 B 27/Sep/2019 Initial release per PIM revision 4 C 15/Oct/2020 Update to PIM revision 5 FINAL STUDY 01 16 - E1 - Electrical Notes 17 - E2 - Electrical Layout 18 - E3 - Electrical Elevations 19 - E4 - Power Requirements 20 - E5 - Details - Interconnections

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Page 1: E5 - Details - Interconnections - GE Healthcare

01 - C1 - Cover Sheet 02 - C2 - Disclaimer - Site Readiness 03 - A1 - General Notes 04 - A2 - Equipment Layout 05 - A3 - Radiation Protection 06 - A4 - Equipment Dimensions (1) 07 - A5 - Equipment Dimensions (2) 08 - A6 - Delivery 09 - S1 - Structural Notes 10 - S2 - Structural Layout 11 - S3 - Structural Details (1) 12 - S4 - Structural Details (2) 13 - S5 - Structural Details (3) 14 - S6 - Structural Details (4) 15 - M1 - HVAC

SheetFormat

Concession

Scale DateFile Name

RevS.O. (GON)

A3

5

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DISCOVERY MI PET/CT

BJP

GE Healthcare

GE does not take responsibility for any damages resulting from changes on drawings made by others. Errors may occur by not referring to the completeset of final issue drawing. GE cannot accept responsibility for any damage due to the partial use of GE final issue drawings, however caused. Alldimensions are in millimeters unless otherwise specified. Do not scale from printed pdf files. GE accepts no responsibility or liability for defective work

due to scaling from these drawings. /20EN-PET-TYP-DISCOVERY-MI-WEB.DWG

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PMM 5661740-1EN

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1/4"=1'-0"

-

15/Oct/2020

TYPICAL

A mandatory component of this drawing set is the GE Healthcare Pre Installation manual. Failure to reference the Pre Installation manual will result inincomplete documentation required for site design and preparation.

Pre Installation documents for GE Healthcare products can be accessed on the web at: www.gehealthcare.com/siteplanning -

Drawn by Verified by PIM Manual

REV DATE MODIFICATIONSA 11/Apr/2019 Initial release per PIM revision 3B 27/Sep/2019 Initial release per PIM revision 4C 15/Oct/2020 Update to PIM revision 5

FINAL STUDY

01

16 - E1 - Electrical Notes 17 - E2 - Electrical Layout 18 - E3 - Electrical Elevations 19 - E4 - Power Requirements 20 - E5 - Details - Interconnections

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GLOBAL SITE READINESS CHECKLIST (DI)DOC1809666 Rev. 7

Site Ready Checks at Installation

EHS Site Requirements

Overall access route to the scan room free from obstruction / high hazards.Enough space to store tools, equipment, parts, install waste and the general area free from obstruction and trip hazards.

Enough necessary facilities for the GE employees available.

No 3rd parties working in the area that may affect the safety of the installation activity.

Area free from any chemical, gas, dust, welding fume exposure and has painting been completed and dry.

All emergency routes identified, signed and clear from obstruction.

Accessible single source lockable panel that LOTO can be applied to for GE equipment installation (MDP and/or PDU).There are no other conditions or hazards that you have observed or have been made aware of by the customer or contractors on site.

Required for Mechanical Install start

Room dimensions, including ceiling height, for all Exam, Equipment/Technical & Control rooms meets GE specifications.

Ceiling support structure, if indicated on the GE drawing, is in the correct location and at the correct height according to the OriginalEquipment Manufacturer specifications.

Levelness and spacing has been measured, and is ready for the installation of any GE supplied components.

Overhead support Structure (unistrut) has been confirmed with customer/contractor to meet required GE provided criteria.Finished ceiling is installed. If applicable ceiling tiles installed per PMI discretion.

Floor levelness/flatness is measured and within tolerance, and there are no visible defects per GEHC specifications.Entry door threshold meets PIM requirement

Floor Strength and thickness have been discussed with customer/contractor and they have confirmed GE requirements are met.

Rooms that will contain equipment, including staging areas if applicable, are construction debris free. Precautions must be taken to preventdebris from entering rooms containing equipment.

Cable ways (floor/wall/ceiling/Access Flooring) are available for installation of GE cables are of correct length and diameter.

Cable ways routes per GE Final drawings and cable access openings areas installed at a time determined by GEHC PM. Surface floor duct canbe installed at time of system installation.

Adequate room illumination installed and working.

Customer supplied countertops where GE equipment will be installed are in place.

Nuclear Medicine systems levelness measurement survey must be provided to GE prior the delivery.

Required for Calibration start

HVAC systems Installed, and the site meets minimum environmental operational system requirements.

System power & grounding (PDB/MDP) is available as per GE specifications.

System power & grounding (PDB/MDP) is installed at point of final connection and ready to use. Lock Out Tag Out is available.PMI to confirm all feeder wires and breaker are size appropriately. EPO installed if needed.

PMI to confirm with electrician all power and signal cables are well terminated ensuring there are no loose connections.

Network outlets installed.Computer network available and working.

Site has license for using/importing radioactive sources and a Hot Lab is available. Radioactive Sources should be available for systemcalibration during installation.

Lead doors and windows complete or scheduled to be installed. If applicable, radiation protection (shielding) finished & radioprotectionregulatory approval for installation obtained.

Note: The details shown here are only an extract from DOC1809666. For the complete document please contact your PMI.

GENERAL SPECIFICATIONS

· GE is not responsible for the installation of developers and associated equipment, lighting, cassette trays andprotective screens or derivatives not mentioned in the order.

· The final study contains recommendations for the location of GE equipment and associated devices, electricalwiring and room arrangements. When preparing the study, every effort has been made to consider everyaspect of the actual equipment expected to be installed.

· The layout of the equipment offered by GE, the dimensions given for the premises, the details provided forthe pre-installation work and electrical power supply are given according to the information noted duringon-site study and the wishes expressed by the customer.

· The room dimensions used to create the equipment layout may originate from a previous layout and may notbe accurate as they may not have been verified on site. GE cannot take any responsibility for errors due tolack of information.

· Dimensions apply to finished surfaces of the room.· Actual configuration may differ from options presented in some typical views or tables.· If this set of final drawings has been approved by the customer, any subsequent modification of the site must

be subject to further investigation by GE about the feasibility of installing the equipment. Any reservationsmust be noted.

· The equipment layout indicates the placement and interconnection of the indicated equipment components. There may be local requirements that could impact the placement of these components. It remains thecustomer's responsibility to ensure that the site and final equipment placement complies with all applicablelocal requirements.

· All work required to install GE equipment must be carried out in compliance with the building regulations andthe safety standards of legal force in the country concerned.

· These drawings are not to be used for actual construction purposes. The company cannot take responsibilityfor any damage resulting therefrom.

CUSTOMER RESPONSIBILITIES

· It is the responsibility of the customer to prepare the site in accordance with the specifications stated in thefinal study. A detailed site readiness checklist is provided by GE. It is the responsibility of the customer toensure all requirements are fulfilled and that the site conforms to all specifications defined in the checklist and final study. The GE Project Manager of Installation (PMI) will work in cooperation with the customer to followup and ensure that actions in the checklist are complete, and if necessary, will aid in the rescheduling of thedelivery and installation date.

· Prior to installation, a structrual engineer of record must ensure that the floor and ceiling is designed in such away that the loads of the installed system can be securely borne and transferred. The layout of additionalstructural elements, dimensioning and the selection of appropriate installation methods are the soleresponsibility of the structural engineer. Execution of load bearing structures supporting equipment on theceiling, floor or walls are the customer's responsibility.

RADIO-PROTECTION

· Suitable radiological protection must be determined by a qualified radiological physicist in conformation withlocal regulations. GE does not take responsibility for the specification or provision of radio-protection.

DISCLAIMER

THE UNDERSIGNED, HEREBY CERTIFIES THAT I HAVE READ AND APPROVED THE PLANS IN THIS DOCUMENT.

DATE NAME SIGNATURE

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· Any deviation from these drawings must be communicated in writing to and reviewed by your local GEHealthcare Installation project manager prior to making changes.

· Make arrangements for any rigging, special handling, or facility modifications that must be made to deliverthe equipment to the installation site. If desired, your local GE Healthcare Installation project manager cansupply a reference list of rigging contractors.

· New construction requires the following;1. Secure area for equipment,2. Power for drills and other test equipment,3. Capability for image analysis,4. Restrooms.

· Provide for refuse removal and disposal (e.g. crates, cartons, packing)

· It is the customer's responsibility to contract a vibration consultant/engineer to implement site designmodifications to meet the GE vibration specification. Refer to the system preinstallation manual for thevibration specification.

CUSTOMER SITE READINESS REQUIREMENTS

IMPORTANT CUSTOMER READINESS ALERT

· This equipment involves the use of radioactive isotopes, including those sources necessary for equipmentcalibration. Appropriate regulatory compliance and licensing must be arranged by the customer early in theplanning process and then demonstrated/available for equipment installation.

· Note: delivery path down corridors for gantry's and table must be evaluated prior to construction, as 90degree turns require specific corridor width.

ENVIRONMENT

ALTITUDE

· Operating altitude: from -150 m [-492 ft] (below) to 2400 m [7875 ft] (above) sea level.

MAGNETIC FIELD SPECIFICATIONS

· Limit the magnetic interference to guarantee specified imaging performance.

GANTRY· Ambient static magnetic fields less than 1 Gauss.· Ambient AC magnetic fields less than 0.01 Gauss. OPERATOR CONSOLE· Ambient static magnetic fields less than 10 Gauss.

MAXIMUM GANTRY AUDIBLE NOISE LEVEL

· The maximum ambient noise level is produced by the gantry during a CT scan acquisition.· It is less than 70 dBA when measured at a distance of one meter from the nearest gantry surface, in any

direction.

BACKGROUND RADIATION

· It is important that background radiation be kept to a minimum. The coincidence detection used in a PETsystem allows a moderate amount of external singles events. The PET/CT system has been found to have lessthan 1% deadtime if the external field is below 1 mR/hr from a single source.

· Because area background can be more general than a single source, a lower limit is appropriate. If the areadose rate is maintained to less than 0.2 mR/hr (due to 511 or lower energy gamma rays) at the covers,detector deadtime should not exceed 1%.

· Radioactive sources must be stored in approved shielded containers. It is recommended that any radioactivesource not specifically designed to be housed in the gantry's lead storage container be stored in a separateroom (hot lab) adjacent to, and accessible from, the Scan Room. Doses should be prepared in the same area.

VIBRATION SPECIFICATIONS

· Shock Restrictions: The system cannot tolerate shock or vibration. System components cannot be tipped,dropped, or hoisted.

· The scanning facility shall be isolated from vibration such as; hospital power plants, pumps, motors, airhandling equipment, air conditioning units, nearby rooms with exercise equipment or where exercise occurs,hallway foot traffic, elevators, parking lots, roads, subways, trains, and heliports; otherwise, vibration willaffect the image quality of the scanner.

· CT systems are sensitive to vibration and may display limited performance if exceeding the vibration limitslisted below. The band of frequencies in which systems exhibit the most sensitivity appears at or near theresonant frequencies of the gantry and the patient table, the latter of which varies depending on patientmass and location. These frequencies fall within the following ranges:

• Patient Table: 2 – 10 Hz• Gantry: 8 – 14 Hz

· It is the customer’s responsibility to contract a vibration consultant or qualified engineer to verify that thesespecifications are met and implement an appropriate solution.

· The maximum steady state vibration transmitted through the floor should not exceed 2.5 mm/s² RMSmaximum single frequency above ambient baseline from 0.5 to 80 Hz (measured in any 1 hour during anormal operating period).

DateRev /20EN-PET-TYP-DISCOVERY-MI-WEB.DWG C 15/Oct/2020DISCOVERY MI PET/CTTYPICAL A1 - General Notes 03

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For Accessory Sales: (866) 281-7545 Options 1, 2, 1, 2 or mail to: [email protected]

Exam Room Height

Finished Ceiling Height rec. 9'-0"

LEGEND

A GE Supplied C Customer/contractor supplied and installed

B GE Supplied/contractor installed D Available from GEE Existing/Reinstall

BY ITEM DESCRIPTION

MAXHEAT

OUTPUT(btu)

WEIGHT(lbs)

MAXHEAT

OUTPUT(W)

WEIGHT(kg)

A 1 Discovery MI Gantry 28320 6383 8300 2895

A 2 Patient Table 1023 1808 300 822

A 3 Power Distribution Unit 3400 813 1000 370

A 4 PARC4 6824 540 2000 246

A 5 Annulus Phantom Safe - 330 - 149

A 6 Service Cabinet - 90 - 41

A 7 Chiller 13649 320 4000 145

A 8 Power Distribution Box - 66 - 30

A 9 Operators Console 3625 144 1100 65D/B 10 Main Disconnect Panel - 46 - 21

D 11 Injector - ceiling mounted - 79 - 36

D 12 Injector Control and Electronics 320 22 94 10

D 13 Operators Chair - - - -

C 14 Counter top for equipment

C 15 Counter top with sink, base and wall cabinets

C 16 Lead glass window

C 17 Minimum door opening for equipment delivery is 55 in. w x 80 in. h [1397mm x2032mm], contingent on a 96 in. [2438mm] corridor width

CONTROL ROOM

EXAM ROOM

TECHNICAL ROOM

19'-9

"

11'-10"3'-10"

27'-10"

9'-9

"

10'-6"

13'-5"

9'-5

"

11'-5"

12

8 3

4

5

11

9

12

7

610

13

1415

17

16

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1.3

2.6

5.2

10.4

10.4

5.2

2.6

1.3

0.7

1.32.65.210.410.45.22.61.3

RADIATION PROTECTION LAYOUT

SHIELDING REQUIREMENTS:Engage a qualified radiological health physicist to review your scanroom shielding requirements, taking into consideration:· Scatter radiation levels within the scanning room.· Equipment placement.· Weekly projected work-loads (number of patients/day technique

(kvp*ma)).· Materials used for construction of walls, floors, ceiling, doors, and

windows.· Activities in surrounding scan room areas.· Equipment in surrounding scan room areas (e.g., film developer,

film storage).· For small and medium filter survey, the 20 cm water phantom

should be placed on the phantom headholder inserted into the endof the patient table.

The four scatter surveys depict measured radiation levels within thescanning room at the indicated distanced, while scanning a 16 cm CTDIphantom for the Head Scan mode and 32 cm CTDI phantom for theBody Scan Mode. Use the mAs, kV and aperture scaling factors in thetable shown here to adjust exposure levels to the scan technique usedat the site.

For example: The exposure level for a 120 kV, 800 mA, 1 sec scan at 50"(127 cm) away from the scan plane is: 10.4 μGy × 0.71 × 800/100 = 59.1μGy

NOTE: Actual measurements can vary. Expected deviations equals±15%, expect for the 5 mA and 1.25mm techniques, where variationsmay be greater (up to a factor of 2), due to the inherent deviation insmall values. The maximum deviation anticipated for tube outputequals ±40%.

SHIELDING REQUIREMENTS SCALING

CHANGED PARAMETER MULTIPLICATION FACTOR

mAs new mAs/100

80 kV 0.24

100 kV 0.45

120 kV 0.71

140 kV 1.001 mm aperture 0.203 mm aperture 0.225 mm aperture 0.2710 mm aperture 0.3815 mm aperture 0.4820 mm aperture 0.5930 mm aperture 0.7940 mm aperture 1.00

RADIOACTIVE ISOTOPES

RADIOACTIVE ISOTOPES AND RADIOPROTECTION

Since the system produces X-ray radiation and involves the use of radioactive isotopes, compliance with Nuclear RegulatoryCommission regulations (or country similar regulatory requirements), must be adhered to and all permissions obtained well inadvance.

It is Customer's responsibility consult a qualified radiological health physicist for radiation protection requirements for the walls,floor, ceiling, doors, window glass, etc.(lead content and thickness) and warning lights and signs, in accordance with localrequirements.

It is essential that regulatory compliance and preparations are completed early so that required source materials can be obtainedprior to installation, including calibration sources and isotopes. These sources and isotopes may have fairly long delivery leadtimes and a short half-life, so that it may not be advisable to store them over long periods of time.

RADIOACTIVE SOURCE - ISOTOPEThe PET/CT system uses one radioactive source during calibration and the Daily QA Check.

Isotope Ge-68Activity level 55 MBq ± 20%

Typical Positron Emitting Isotopes include

Fluorine 18

Carbon 11Nitrogen 13

Oxygen 15

It is customer's responsibility provide isotopes for system calibration and prepare the required doses.

10'-6"

9'-9

"

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GANTRY WITH PATIENT TABLE

SIDE VIEW

FRONT VIEW

SCALE 1:50

558

[22

in]

2188[86.1 in]*

3870[152.4 in]

PET primary scan plane CLCT scan plane CL

700[27.6 in]

2870[113 in]

1905

[75

in]

1055

[41.

6 in

]

1030

[40.

6 in

]

D i s c o v e r y

1905

[75

in]

2311[91 in]

*1888 mm [74.3 in]without 2 meter scanrange option

CT CONSOLE

Center of Gravity

SIDE VIEWFRONT VIEW

TOP VIEW

CONSOLE DIMENSIONS

SCALE 1:20

CUSTOMER SUPPLIED TABLE

576

[23

in]

400[16 in]

576

[23

in]

616[24 in]

96[4 in]

96 [4 in

]

400[16 in]

165[6 in]

285

[11

in]

327

[13

in]

PARC4 RECONSTRUCTION CABINET

SCALE 1:20

TOP VIEW

Minimumair flow

clearance

SIDE VIEW FRONT VIEW

Cable inlet at the rearback of the equipment

600

[23.

6 in

]

152.

4 [6

in]

152.

4 [6

in]

600

[23.

6 in

]

152.4 [6 in]

152.4 [6 in]

1357.6 [53.4 in]

1420

[55.

9 in

]

613.5 [24.2 in]

1315.2 [51.8 in]

746.

8[2

9.4

in]

312.4[12.3 in]

368.3[14.5 in]

Seismic mounting brackets613.5[24.2 in] Indicates air flow (Convection)Center of Gravity

POWER DISTRIBUTION UNIT (PDU)

Service Area

TOP VIEW FRONT VIEW SIDE VIEW

Indicates air flow(Convection)

Center of Gravity

SCALE 1:20

1062

[41.

8 in

]

900[35.4 in]

150[5.9 in]

350[13.8 in]

150

[5.9

in]

234

[9.2

in]

550

[21.

7 in

]90

0[3

5.4

in] 700

[27.6 in]

235[9.3 in]49

4[1

9.4

in]

360

[14.

2 in

]

Minimum air flow clearance

777[30.6 in]

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CHILLER

TOP VIEW

SCALE 1:20 Indicates air flow (Convection)Center of Gravity

SIDE VIEW FRONT VIEW

706

[27.

8 in

]

544[21.4 in]

812

[32

in]

399

[15.

7 in

]

170[6.7 in]363

[14.3 in]

269

[10.

6 in

]22

5[8

.9 in

]

681[26.8 in]

CHILLER PDB

BOTTOM VIEW

SCALE 1:10

SIDE VIEWFRONT VIEW

630

[24.

8 in

]

500[19.7 in]

241[9.5 in]

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SHIPPING DOLLY DIMENSIONS FOR GANTRY

CT GANTRY

Weight with dollies and side rails = 2050 kg [4520 lbs]

1880

[74

in]

2810[110.6 in]

1039

[40.

9 in

]

2810[110.6 in]

2794[110]

1118

[44]

2794[110]2103[82.8]

1118[44]

1039[40.9]

1290[50.8]

2000

[78.

8]

1290

[50.

8]

Weight with dollies and side rails = 1204 kg [2654.3 lbs]

PET IMAGE RING FOR WELDMENT GANTRY

DELIVERY

· THE CUSTOMER/CONTRACTOR SHOULD:

· Provide an area adjacent to the installation site for delivery and unloading of the GE equipment.· Ensure that the dimensions of all doors, corridors, ceiling heights are sufficient to accommodate the

movement of GE equipment from the delivery area into the definitive installation room.· Ensure that access routes for equipment will accommodate the weights of the equipment and any

transportation, lifting and rigging equipment.· Ensure that all necessary arrangements for stopping and unloading on public or private property not belonging

to the customer have been made.

DIMENSIONS OF DELIVERY WITH DOLLY TRANSPORT EQUIPMENTmm in kg lbs

CT GANTRY

LENGTH 2810 111

2050 4520WIDTH 1290 51

HEIGHT 2000 79

PET WELDMENTGANTRY

LENGTH 2794 110

1204 2654.3WIDTH 1118 44

HEIGHT 1880 74

PATIENT TABLE

LENGTH 3836 151

1241 2736WIDTH 864 34

HEIGHT 1410 55.5

Above dimensions shown with side rails on. The minimum unobstructed hallway width is 1803 mm, the minimum clear doorway openings is1067 mm to accommodate delivery of the system.

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STRUCTURAL NOTES

· Methods of support for the steelwork that will permit attachment to structural steel or through bolts inconcrete construction should be favored. Do not use concrete or masonry anchors in direct tension.

· All units that are wall mounted or wall supported are to be provided with supports where necessary. Wallsupports are to be supplied and installed by the customer or his contractors. See plan and detail sheets forsuggested locations and mounting hole locations.

· All ceiling mounted fixtures, air vents, sprinklers, etc. To be flush mounted, or shall not extend more than6,35mm (1/4") below the finished ceiling.

· Floor slabs on which equipment is to be installed must be level to 6.00mm (1/4") in 3050mm (10'-0")

· Dimensions are to finished surfaces of room.

· Customers contractor must provide all penetrations in post tension floors.

· Customers contractor must provide and install any non-standard anchoring. Documents for standardanchoring methods are included with GE equipment drawings for geographic areas that require suchdocumentation.

· Customers contractor must provide and install hardware for "through the floor" anchoring and/or any bracingunder access floors. This contractor must also provide floor drilling that cannot be completed because of anobstruction encountered while drilling by the GE installer such as rebar etc.

· It is the customer's responsibility to perform any floor or wall penetrations that may be required. Thecustomer is also responsible for ensuring that no subsurface utilities (e.g., electrical or any other form ofwiring, conduits, piping, duct work or structural supports (i.e. post tension cables or rebar)) will interfere orcome in contact with subsurface penetration operations (e.g. drilling and installation of anchors/screws)performed during the installation process. To ensure worker safety, GE installers will perform surfacepenetration operations only after the customer's validation and completion of the "GE surface penetrationpermit"

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ITEM DESCRIPTION

(CONTRACTOR SUPPLIED & INSTALLED)

1 Floor contact area for discovery gantry and patient table. see detail on Structural Detail sheetsfor more information.

2

Structural supports for fastening the overhead counterpoised suspension. Support should runcontinuous with no fittings extending below face of channel, be parallel, square, and in thesame horizontal plane, above finished ceiling. Ensure mounting surface is installed level orplumb within +/- 1 degree, and is structurally sufficient to maintain a level or plumb conditionunder 110 lb (50kg) system load and maximum system moment of 4400 in-lb (500n-m).Methods of support that will permit attachment to structural steel or through bolts inconcrete construction should be favored. Do not use screw anchors in direct tension. 14" x 14"x 1/2" thick steel plate provided by manufacturer. See detail on structural detail sheets.

3 Support Backing, locate as shown

CONTROL ROOM

EXAM ROOM

TECHNICAL ROOM

9'-9

"

7'-3"

10'-6"

4'-1

0"

11'-5"

1'-6

"

1

1

2

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8'-8

"

3

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ANCHORING/LOADING DISTRIBUTION TO THE FLOOR

SCALE 1:25

1

2

3

5

6

7

332

[13.

1]

5.3 [0.21]

239

[9.4

]

322.5 [12.7]

322.5[12.7]

630

[24.

8]13

2 [5

.2]

878.2[34.6]

878.2[34.6]

10 [0.4]

119.

2 [4

.7]

300

[11.

8]

398

[15.

7]70

0[2

7.6]

581

[22.

9]46

0[1

8.1]

1471

[57.

9]

1011

[39.

8]

2482

[97.

7]

216[8.5]

216[8.5]

64 [2.5

]

23.5[0.9]48

[1.9]

G2 (CT) 1787 kg[3940 lbs]

(1) PET primary scan plane axis(2) CT scan plane axis(3) Longitudinal axis(4) Cable and hose access(5) Cable access only(6) 8 anchoring points for the Table(7) 16 anchoring points for the Gantry(8) 8 detachable rail leveling pads

used only during service(9) 3 adjuster/leveling pads(10) 2 table calibration brackets

Center of gravityMain anchoring pointsBackup anchoring points

144

[5.7

]35

4[1

3.9] 56

4[2

2.2] 72

4[2

8.5]

212[8.3]

212[8.3]

8

64 [2.5

]

9

424[16.7]

254

[9.9

9]383[15.06]

110 [4.31]

79 [3

.12] 400

[15.75]4

400[15.7]

550.2 [21.7]

238.

6 [9

.4]

400

[15.

7]53

9[2

1.2]

2599

.7[1

02.4

]

48 [1.9]

17.1[.7]

10

Patient Table 1049 kg [2308 lbs]including 227 kg [500 lbs] patient

678.2 [26.7]

480.

8 [1

8.9]

678.2 [26.7]

G1 (PET) 1108 kg[2443 lbs]

ANCHORING AND FLOOR REQUIREMENTS

173

[6.8

in]

102

[4 in

]89 [3

.5 in

]

127

[5 in

]

Ø 63.5 [2.5 in] leveling pad9.7 [0.38 in] height for short rod

44.5 [1.75 in] height for long rod

Adjuster lock ringGantry/Table stationary base

Leveling screwAnchor washer

Anchor bolt

drill

dep

th

min

. anc

hor

embe

dmen

t

floor

dep

th

GE SUPPLIED GANTRY ANCHORS (2106573)

1 full thread min -25 mm [1 in] maxafter proper torque

NOT TO SCALE

FINISHED FLOOR REQUIREMENTS

· Installation requires a finish floor in the scan and control rooms.· The floor surface in the scan room directly under the gantry and table must be level.· The floor shall be no greater than 6 mm [0.25 in] out of level over a 3048 mm [10 ft] range,

with level defined as the horizontal surface between the highest and lowest points.· The floor shall have a minimum concrete thickness of 127 mm [5 in].· Shims should not be used to compensate for a floor that does not meet this requirement.· These requirements apply to all installation types.

NOTES:

If the concrete floor has a floorcovering installed over it (such asfloor tile), 15 openings 101.6 mm [4in] in diameter will be cut into thefloor covering to ensure the table andgantry rest on the concrete.(Openings are cut during installation.)

208

[8.2

in]

Shor

t Rod

Long

Rod

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CUSTOMER/CONTRACTOR SUPPLIED MOUNTING PLATE

NOT TO SCALE

mounting hardware(not supplied by GE)

mounting structure betweenmounting plate and concrete ceiling

shall be defined by a structuralcompany (not supplied by GE)

The exact location of all five drill holes for MAVIG column has to be kept, otherwise installation can‘t be accomplished.Column flange and safety chain fixings to concrete or to structure other than MAVIG anchoring plate or MAVIG bridge shall be defined by astructural company.All design and pre-installation activity must be done in accordance of the MAVIG Installation manual.Contact your GE Project Manager for OEM documentation. Installation of mounting plate performed by GE or a GE sub-contractor.

369

mm

305

mm

369 mm

305 mm

23 m

m

12 mmceiling mounting bolt holepattern 4x Ø10 mm [0.39 in]

Ø8 mm [0.31 in]hole safety anchorlocation

wire accessPORTEGRA2

79 m

m

3.5 mm

cablefeedthrough

[14.52 in]

[12.01 in]

[0.47 in]

[12.

01 in

]

[14.

52 in

]

R75 mm

[2.95 in]

[0.13 in]

[0.9

1 in

]

[3.1

1 in

]

CEILING SUSPENSION DISCLAIMER

Safety and precautionary comments:

Only qualified, licensed technicians can perform electrical connections, installation, removal and repair. It is strongly recommended that at leasttwo persons perform the installation.

Installing the system: Prior to installation, a structural engineer must confirm that the mounting structure is strong enough to provide propersupport for the entire system and any attached end devices. Installation must be completed according to local building codes.

Determination of required installation hardware and torque values for installation of the ceiling column and ceiling track is the soleresponsibility of the structural engineer.

Ceiling mounted systems must be installed properly. Failure to follow the instructions provided may lead to a potentially dangerous andunstable condition of the system.

GE and/or MAVIG is not responsible for unauthorized modifications made to the system or use of the system for unintended purposes. GEand/or MAVIG cannot be held liable for improper operation and modifications. Since improper modifications may impair proper operation,safety or reliability of the system, product modifications require written authorization from MAVIG.

Under GE responsibility or under Customer responsibility, for all pre-installations, whatever is the supporting structure (bridge, chair, Unistrutchannel, other channels, direct anchorage in concrete, transversal beam, etc. …) a certificate must be obtained from a structural engineer.

This certificate shall include the definition of fasteners and of their tightening torque, especially for the non-standard cases described in MAVIGPIM and for which the standard anchoring/screws delivered with product shall not be used but shall be defined (and implemented in mostcases) by the structural company.

WARNING:

It is prohibited to alter the length of the ceiling column or remove any securing screws.

SUSPENSION COLUMN LENGTHS AND INSTALLATION DETAILS

For rooms with higher mounting point than 3200 mm [126 in], a ceiling construction between structural ceiling andvertical column is suggested which needs to be designed by a structural engineer.All design and pre-installation activity must be done in accordance of the MAVIG Installation manual.Contact your GE Project Manager for OEM documentation. Installation of mounting plate performed by GE or a GEsub-contractor.

3000 mm - 3200 mm [118.1 in - 126 in]FROM MOUNTING POINT TO FINISHED FLOOR

RECOMMENDED 1000 mm [39.4 in] STATIONARY COLUMN

2660 mm - 2900 mm [104.7 in - 114.2 in]FROM MOUNTING POINT TO FINISHED FLOOR

RECOMMENDED 580 mm [22.9 in] STATIONARY/TRACK COLUMN

2200 mm - 2700 mm [86.6 in - 106.3 in]FROM MOUNTING POINT TO FINISHED FLOOR

RECOMMENDED 460 mm [18.1 in] STATIONARY/TRACK COLUMN

2880 mm - 3100 mm [113.4 in - 122 in]FROM MOUNTING POINT TO FINISHED FLOOR

RECOMMENDED 850 mm [33.5 in] STATIONARY/800 mm [31.5 in] TRACK COLUMN

NOT TO SCALE

adaptableelements

extension arm

suspension column

false ceiling

mounting structure (MAVIGoptions or customer supplied)

concrete ceiling

adaptableelements

PORTEGRA2 COLUMN ASSEMBLY

canopy flange cover

mounting plate

threaded pins

NOT TO SCALE

safety chain

installation hardware specified and providedby structural engineer (each corner)

electrical connection

safety latch

safety anchor

fastening for safety anchor

All design and pre-installation activity must be done in accordance of the MAVIG Installation manual.Contact your GE Project Manager for OEM documentation. Installation of mounting plate performed by GE or a GE sub-contractor.

· Safety chain shall be always attached.· Do not use shims between column and mounting surface.

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350 [13.78 in]*

220 [8.66 in]

300 [11.81 in]*

350

[13.

78 in

]*

200

[7.8

7 in

]

220

[8.6

6 in

]

300

[11.

81 in

]*

LCD MONITOR MOUNTING PLATES

NOTE: The customer's architect is responsible for designing and installing the Junction Plates. The system manufacturer will NOT inspect andtest that the Junction Plates meet the loading capacity specified (recommend a 6x safety factor). The dimensions marked with "*" are only forcustomer reference.

NOT TO SCALE

4xØ11 [Ø0.43 in]*

4xM64xØ7 [Ø0.28 in]*

369 [14.53 in]*

369

[14.

53 in

]*

305 [12.01 in]*

305

[12.

01 in

]*15

2 [5

.98

in]

152 [5.98 in]

50 [1.97 in]

50[1

.97

in]

23 [.

91 in

]

3.175[0.13 in]

4xØ14 [Ø0.55 in]*

4xØ14 [Ø0.55 in]8xM8

Ø12 [Ø0.47 in]

Ø150 [Ø5.91 in]M8

Ø15 [Ø0.59 in]

· The junction box cover plate assy must be flush mounted tothe junction box mounting plate, it's a 240 mm x 240 mm [9.4in x 9.4 in] centered GE-supplied electrical cover plate assy.

· GE supplied junction box weight: 2 kg [4.4 lbs] (approximately)· GE supplied junction box cover plate assembly weight: 1.1 kg

[2.4 lbs] (approximately)

79 [3

.11

in]

CUSTOMER SUPPLIED JUNCTION BOX MOUNTING PLATECUSTOMER SUPPLIED BOOM PEDESTAL MOUNTING PLATE

200 [7.87 in]

· The support structure for a ceiling-mounted option using aMavig pedestal, requires a flush ceiling mounting plate.

· Detailed instruction for hole size and a template is availablefrom Mavig or in their Portegra Installation Manual.

· GE supplied boom weight: 30.9 kg [68 lbs]

LCD MONITOR SUSPENSION

NOT TO SCALE Center of Gravity

580

[22.

8 in

]78

8[3

1 in

]

64[2.5 in]

750[29.5 in]

910[35.8 in]

25 [1 in

]

805[31.7 in]

Weight: 30.9 kg [68 lbs]

Axis A Axis BRotates around axis "B"Rotates around axis "A"

Customer supplied boompedestal mounting plate

min

. 213

4m

in. [

84 in

]

150

[6 in

]

min

. 180

[7 in

]

max. 500[20 in]

GE supplied junction box cover plateCustomer supplied junction box mounting plateGE supplied junction box

.

MEDRAD MOUNTING DETAILS FOR CEILING INJECTOR

Verify mounting assembly dimensions withinjector manufacturer.

Top of mounting assembly

Max. Arc1660

[65.4 in]

Lowest head position

Highest headposition

Injector

Not to Scale

PostMin. Plate

HeightMax. Plate

Height

in mm in mmShort 108 2743 114 2896

Intermediate 120 3048Long 126 3200 132 3353

PostLengths

GE ECat No.in mm

Short 22.8 580 E8007NB, ND, NG, NY, PB & PEIntermediate 33.5 850 E8007PP, PN, PK, PR & PY

Long 39.4 1000 E8007NE, NF, NJ, NN,PD & E8018AA

.

Recommended height to floor2083mm - 2235mm [82 in - 88 in]

.

MEDRAD MOUNTING DETAILS FOR CEILING INJECTORStructural Supports(Customer/contractor supplied)

356mm x356mm x 12.7mm[14 in x 14 in x 1/2 in] Steelplate provided by GE andinstalled bycustomer/contractor

152

[6 in]

152[6 in]

356mm x356mm x 12.7mm[14 in x 14 in x 1/2 in] Steelplate provided by GE andinstalled bycustomer/contractor

9.5 mm [0.375 in] Bolts(not by GE)

Mounting Assembly

9.5 mm [0.375 in] Bolts(not by GE)

3200mm-3353mm[126 in-132 in] tofinished floorrequires long post

3048mm [120 in]to finished floorrequiresintermediate post

2743mm-2896mm[108 in-114 in] tofinished floorrequires short post

finished floor

Scale 1:10

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MOUNTING DETAILS FOR LASER CONTROL MONITOR

DETAIL NOT TO SCALE

FLOOR MOUNTED LASER DETAIL

7.48"[190mm]

5.24

"[1

33m

m]

8.15

"[2

07m

m]

DRAWNG NOT TO SCALE4 MOUNTING HOLES

10.39"[263.9mm]

MOUNTING DETAILS FOR CEILING/WALL LASERS

1/4"

MOUNT TO STABLE RIGID CEILING(CONCRETE)

UNISTRUT P1001 OR EQUIVALENTSEE DETAIL A.

MOUNT TO STABLE RIGID FLOOR(CONCRETE)

FINISHED WALL SURFACE(INSIDE OF ROOM)

60" x 14" [1524mm x 355.6mm] min.MOUNTING PLATE LOCATED AT ISOCENTEROF EQUIPMENT. PLATE MATERIAL: 1/4" MILD STEELOR ALUMINUM.

DETAIL NOT TO SCALE

24"

6"

48"

ALL EIGHT (8) PADS MUST BE SECUREDTO SOLID STABLE CEILING ABOVE ORSTRUCTURAL STEEL SUPPORT.

DETAIL NOT TO SCALE

CEILING MOUNT WALL MOUNT

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AutoCAD SHX Text
FINISH WALL SURFACE (DRYWALL)
AutoCAD SHX Text
120v OUTLET
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LIVE NETWORK JACK
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CONDUIT BOX
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STEEL OR ALUMINUM PLATE BOLTED TO WALL STUDS
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42"
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WALL STUDS
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1" CONDUIT (RUN TO THE CLOSEST SIDE LASER)
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14"
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DISTANCE OF 2 WALL STUDS
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[610mm]
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[152mm]
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[1219mm]
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Note - Unless otherwise specified
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1. This example is NOT recommended for concrete
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ceiling to false ceiling distance of more than 36"
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[914mm]. Anti-sway devices will be required.
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ROOM DESCRIPTION Max (kW) Max (btu)

Exam Room

PET Gantry 2.8 9554CT Gantry 5.5 18766

Patient table 0.3 1024

TOTAL 9 29344

Exam room or Technicalroom*

Power distribution unit (CT PDU) 1.0 3400PARC 4 (Reconstruction Cabinet) 2.0 6824

Partial UPS 0.88 3000

Chiller 4.0 13649

TOTAL 8 26873

Control Room orReporting Room

Operator console 0.84 2860LCD Monitor (2 units, 170 BTU/50 Watts each) 0.1 340Peripheral Media Tower (PMT) 0.13 425

AW Workstation 1.0 3400

Varian Workstation 0.24 820Operator console for Stand-Alone Console 0.63 2142LCD Monitor (2 units, 170 BTU/50 Watts each) for Stand-Alone Console 0.1 340Peripheral Media Tower (PMT) for Stand-Alone Console 0.13 425

TOTAL 3 10752

Hospital Data Center orTechnical Room

AW Server 0.6 1911

PARC4.0 for Stand-Alone Console 2.0 6824

PARC4.1 for Stand-Alone Console 1.2 4094

TOTAL 4 12829*Technical Room is not mandatory, the placements of these elements are recommended in the Exam Room.

WARNINGThis chart contains only the principal components of the PET/CT system and does not include information about non-GE suppliedequipment.

HEAT DISSIPATIONTEMPERATURE AND HUMIDITY SPECIFICATIONS

STORAGE CONDITIONS

IN-USE CONDITIONS

Material should not be stored for more than 6 month.(1) Non-condensing

AIR RENEWALAccording to local standards. The HVAC system should be designed to provide 5 air changes per hour to maintain adequate air quality andtemperature.

NOTE : In case of using air conditioning systems that have a risk of water leakage it is recommended not to install it above electric equipment orto take measures to protect the equipment from dropping water.

Temperature 0°C to +30°C +32°F to +86°FRelative humidity (1) ≤ 70% RHTemperature gradient ≤ 3°C/h ≤ 5.4°F/hHumidity gradient ≤ 5%/h

EXAM ROOM CONTROL ROOM TECHNICAL ROOM

TemperatureMin Recommended Max Min Recommended Max Min Recommended Max

18°C 22°C 26°C 18°C 22°C 26°C 18°C 22°C 26°C

64°F 72°F 79°F 64°F 72°F 79°F 64°F 72°F 79°F

Temperature gradient≤ 3°C/h ≤ 3°C/h ≤ 3°C/h

≤ 5.4°F/h ≤ 5.4°F/h ≤ 5.4°F/hRelative humidity (1) 30% to 60% 30% to 60% 30% to 60%Humidity gradient ≤ 5%/h ≤ 5%/h ≤ 5%/h

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CONNECTIVITY REQUIREMENTS

Broadband Connections are necessary between customer's imaging devices and the GE Support Center, startingfrom the installation process to ensure full support from the Engineering Teams. GE provides remote maintenanceand maximum availability for the customer's system, during the equipment's full lifetime. GE guarantees to keepthe equipment at a maximum performance level.

Proactive and reactive maintenance are available through utilizing a wide range of digital tools.You may choose from the connectivity solutions listed below:

· Site-to-Site VPN/GE Solution· Site-to-Site VPN/Customer Solution· Connection through Dedicated Service Network· Internet Access - connectivity for InSite 2.0

The requirements for these connectivity solutions are explained in the broadband solutions catalogue (separatedocument).

ELECTRICAL NOTES

· All junction boxes, conduit, duct, duct dividers, switches, circuit breakers, cable tray, etc., are to be suppliedand installed by customers electrical contractor.

· Conduit and duct runs shall have sweep radius bends· Conduits and duct above ceiling or below finished floor must be installed as near to ceiling or floor as possible

to reduce run length.· Ceiling mounted junction boxes illustrated on this plan must be installed flush with finished ceiling.· All ductwork must meet the following requirements:

1.Ductwork shall be metal with dividers and have removable, accessible covers.2.Ductwork shall be certified/rated for electrical power purposes.3.Ductwork shall be electrically and mechanically bonded together in an approved manner.4.PVC as a substitute must be used in accordance with all local and national codes.

· All openings in raceway and access flooring are to be cut out and finished off with grommet material by thecustomers contractor.

· General contractor to insert pull cords for all cable run conduits between the equipment room and theoperators control room.

· 10 foot pigtails at all junction points.· Grounding is critical to equipment function and patient safety. Site must conform to wiring specifications

shown on this plan.

1. All wires specified shall be copper stranded, flexible, thermo-plastic, color coded, cut 10 foot long at outletboxes, duct termination points or stubbed conduit ends. All conductors, power, signal and ground, must berun in a conduit or duct system. Electrical contractor shall ring out and tag all wires at both ends. Wire runsmust be continuous copper stranded and free from splices.

1.1. Aluminum or solid wires are not allowed.2. Wire sizes given are for use of equipment. Larger sizes may be required by local codes.3. It is recommended that all wires be color coded, as required in accordance with national and local electrical

codes.4. Conduit sizes shall be verified by the architect, electrical engineer or contractor, in accordance with local or

national codes.5. Convenience outlets are not illustrated. Their number and location are to be specified by others. Locate at

least one convenience outlet close to the system control, the power distritbution unit and one on each wall ofthe procedure room. Use hospital approved outlet or equivalent.

6. General room illumination is not illustrated. Caution should be taken to avoid excessive heat from overheadspotlights. Damage can occur to ceiling mounting components and wiring if high wattage bulbs are used.Recommend low wattage bulbs no higher than 75 watts and use dimmer controls (except MR). Do not mountlights directly above areas where ceiling mounted accessories will be parked.

7. Routing of cable ductwork, conduits, etc., must run direct as possible otherwise may result in the need forgreater than standard cable lengths (refer to the interconnection diagram for maximum usable lengths pointto point).

8. Conduit turns to have large, sweeping bends with minimum radius in accordance with national and localelectrical codes.

9. A special grounding system is required in all procedure rooms by some national and local codes. It isrecommended in areas where patients might be examined or treated under present, future, or emergencyconditions. Consult the governing electrical code and confer with appropriate customer administrativepersonnel to determine the areas requiring this type of grounding system.

10. The maximum point to point distances illustrated on this drawing must not be exceeded.11. Physical connection of primary power to GE equipment is to be made by customers electrical contractor with

the supervision of a GE representative. The GE representative would be required to identify the physicalconnection location, and insure proper handling of GE equipment.

12. GEHC conducts power audits to verify quality of power being delivered to the system. The customer'selectrical contractor is required to be available to support this activity.

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B

A

C

Additional Conduit Runs(Contractor Supplied and Installed)

From To QtySize

In. mm3 phase power Main disconnect 1 AS REQ'D AS REQ'D

Main disconnectEmergency off 1 1/2 13

Power Distribution Unit 1 AS REQ'D AS REQ'D

Power Distribution UnitDoor Switch 1 1/2 13

Warning light control1 1/2 13

Warning light 1 1/2 131 phase power 1 1/2 13Injector Injector Control 1 2 1/2 64

ITEM DESCRIPTION

FLOOR

1 Main disconnect panel (recommended 1 1/2m [60 in] floor to middle of panel)

2 75 [3"] conduit below floor for water lines

3 64 [2 1/2"] conduit below floor

4 89 [3 1/2"] conduit below floor

5 300 x 400 x 100 [12" x 16" x 4"] box for power distribution unit

6 300 x 400 x 150 [12" x 16" x 6"] box for power distribution unit

7 150 x 150 x 100 [6" x 6" x 4"] box for injector control

8 150 x 150 x 100 [6" x 6" x 4"] box above ceiling for injector

9 250 x 100 [10" x 3 1/2"] surface wall duct with minimum 2 dividers

10 450 x 100 [18" x 3 1/2"] surface wall duct with minimum 2 dividers

CONTROL ROOM

EXAM ROOM

TECHNICAL ROOM

9'-9

"

10'-6"

4'-1

0"

10'-3"

1'-6

"

0'-3"

0'-9"

1'-2"

6'-1"

2'-11"

4'-2"

5'-6"

4'-0

"

6'-9

"7'

-1"

1

56

4

2 2

4

3

3

3

8

7

10

9

9

4

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2'-7"

2'-6

"

0'-6"

0'-7

"

ITEM QTY Outlet Legend for GE Equipment

Dedicated telephone line(s)

Network outletDuplex hospital grade, dedicated wall outlet 120-v, single phase power

System emergency off (SEO), (recommended height 1.2m [48"] above floor)X-Ray room warning light control panel

X-Ray ON lamp (L1) - 24V

Door interlock switch (needed only if required by state/local codes)

0'-7

"

0'-3"

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A

B

C1'

-0"

0'-9

"

2'-0

"

1

67

11

9

7

4

2

3

2 3 3

10

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± 0'-0"

+ 9'-0"

± 0'-0"

+ 9'-0"

± 0'-0"

+ 9'-0"

0'-9

" 5'-0

"

3'-1

1"

1'-4

"

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POWER DISTRIBUTION

Main supply3 phases

Cable SUPPLIED BY CUSTOMER

Equipment CAN BE ORDERED FROM GE

Equipment SUPPLIED BY CUSTOMEREquipment SUPPLIED BY GE

1-NO.14 BLACK1-NO.14 WHITE1-NO.14 GREEN

MDP Main Disconnect PanelSEO 1-2-3 Emergency OFF located near to the access door.DS Door SwitchPDU Power Distribution UnitL Warning Light Control BoxL1 X-Ray ON light - 24V Located near access doors

5 x 1.5mm²

3 x 1.5mm²

3 x 1.5mm²

Ground(Min 55 mm² [1/0 awg])

MAINDISCONNECT

(MDP)

4 x 50mm²4 x 1.5mm²

480V = 90A380V = 110ASEO1

L

L1

PDU

1 phase power

DS

3 - BLACK1 - WHITE1 - GREEN

3 - BLACK1 - GREEN

1-NO.14 BLACK1-NO.14 WHITE1-NO.14 GREEN

2-NO.14 BLACK1-NO.14 WHITE

1-NO.14 RED

1-NO.14 BLACK1-NO.14 WHITE1-NO.14 GREEN

1-NO.14 BLACK1-NO.14 WHITE1-NO.14 GREEN

3 x 1.5mm²

3 x 1.5mm²

POWER REQUIREMENTS

POWER SUPPLY 3 PHASES+G 380V/400V/420V/440V/460V/480V ±10%

FREQUENCIES 50/60Hz ± 3HzMAXIMUM POWER DEMAND 100 kVAAVERAGE POWER 30 kVAPOWER FACTOR 0.85

· Power supply should come into a System PDB (MDP) containing the protective units and controls.· The section of the supply cable should be calculated in accordance with its length and the maximum

permissible voltage drops, equal to 3.4% max. of regulation for feeder size.· There must be discrimination between supply cable protective material at the beginning of the installation

(main low-voltage transformer side) and the protective devices in the A1 Main Disconnect.· TNC neutral point connection must not be used.

SUPPLY CHARACTERISTICS· Power input must be separate from any others which may generate transients (elevators, air conditioning,

radiology rooms equipped with high speed film changers...).· All equipment (lighting, power outlets, etc...) installed with GE system components must be powered

separately.· Phase imbalance 2% maximum.· Maximum voltage variation at full load 6% (Including line impedance).· Transients must be less than 1500V peak. (on a 380V line)· A record of power input disturbances over a continuous two-weeks period (prior to delivery) enables

determination of the frequency and degree of these disturbances and can be used to ascertain the need toprovide line conditioning equipment.

GROUND SYSTEM· System of equipotential grounding.· Equipotential: The equipotential link will be by means of an equipotential bar. This equipotential bar should be

connected to the protective earth conductors in the ducts of the non GE cableways and to additionalequipotential connections linking up all the conducting units in the rooms where GE system units are located.

· The impedance of the earth bar should be less than or equal to 2 Ω (ohm).

CABLES· Power and cable installation must comply with the distribution diagram.· All cables must be isolated and flexible of HO7RNF type, cable color codes must comply with standards for

electrical installation.· The cables from signaling and remote control (Y,SEO,L...) will go to A1 Main Disconnect with a pigtail length of

1.5m, and will be connected during installation. Each conductor will be identified and isolated (screwconnector).

CABLEWAYSThe general rules for laying cableways should meet the conditions laid down in current standards and regulations,with regard to:· Protecting cables against water (cableways should be waterproof).· Protecting cables against abnormal temperatures (proximity to heating pipes or ducts).· Protecting cables against temperature shocks.· Replacing cables (cableways should be large enough for cables to be replaced).· Metal cableways should be grounded.

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FEEDER TABLEMIN. FEEDER WIRE SIZE, AWG OR MCM

(sq. mm)/VACMINIMUM FEEDER WIRE LENGTH - ft (m)

50 (15) 100 (30) 150 (46) 200 (61) 250 (76) 300 (91) 350 (107) 400 (122)

480 VAC 3 (30) 3 (30) 3 (30) 3 (30) 3 (30) 2 (35) 1 (45) 1 (45)

GENERAL NOTESIn all cases qualified personnel must verify that the feeder (at the point of take-off) and the run to the CT-PET system meet all the

requirements stated in the PIMFor a single unit installation, the minimum transformer size is 125kVA, with 2.4% rated regulation at unity power factor. Resultant maximum

allowable feeder regulation is 3.4%Grounding conductor will be a 1/0 minimum. this ground will run from the equipment back to the power source/main grounding point and

always travel in the same conduit with the feeders

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TYPICAL CABLE MANAGEMENT

CONDUIT IN THE FLOOR

NOT TO SCALE

Removable coverplate

DUCT ON THE WALL

Dividers as requiredper local code

INTERCONNECTIONS

TECHNICAL ROOM / EXAM ROOM

EXAM ROOM

CONTROL ROOM

17.10 m[56.1 ft]

PDU

16.60 m[54 ft]

21.20 m[69 ft]

4.30 m[14 ft]

15.10 m[50 ft]

18.80 m[61.7 ft]

12.40 m[40.7 ft]

PARC4

6.80 m[22.3 ft]21.80 m[71.5 ft]

SYSTEMPDB (MDP)

PARTIALUPS

(OPTION)

Operator's Console

CHILLERPDB

7.62 m[25 ft]

30.48 m[100 ft]9.30 m

[30.5 ft]

LIQUID LINES

29.80 m[97.8 ft]

12.80 m[42 ft]

CHILLER

CUSTOMERSUPPLIED

13.70* m[45 ft]

5.00* m[16.4 ft]

PET Gantry CT Gantry

26.30 m[86.3 ft]

5.00 m[16.4 ft]

21.50 m[70.7 ft]

15.24 m[50 ft]

*18 m [59 ft] cable between Chiller PDB and UPS, 18.7 m [61.4 ft] cable between UPS and System PDB (MDP)available as Long Cable Collector Kit spare part

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