Acronym for Photomultiplier Tube. The optical transducer attached to a each scintillator in either the TOFp Tray or the pVPD. These devices convert a fraction of the incident scintillation light into a current pulse that is input to the on-detector FEE. In the TOFp Systems, there are 41 Hamamatsu R5946 Proximity Mesh Dynode PMTs in the TOFp Tray, and 3 Hamamatsu R2083 PMTs in each of the two pVPDs (6 total).
Pulse Monitor Trip. This is a feature built into a SCR control. It checks the main SCR by monitoring the pulses to the motor when the motor is in the SCR range. If no pulse is present when in the SCR range, the PMT trips interrupting power to the motor.
Standing for a photo mechanical transfer, a PMT is essentially a black and/or white photogragh of a logo or message from which screens etc. are produced for the actual imprinting process. Extra charges are applicable a PMT is not supplied with the order.
Light detectors used in drum scanners. PMTs usually accept four beams of light â€“ one each fro red, green and blue, plus one for image sharpness. Usually considered to be more sensitive and accurate then CCD by having greater dynamic range.
Pacemaker Mediated Tachycardia. A reentrant arrhythmia in which the dual chamber pacemaker acts as the anterograde limb of the tachycardia and the natural conduction path as the retrograde limb. A rapid paced rhythm that can occur with atrial tracking pacemakers. It begins with the loss of A-V synchrony and is sustained by ventricular events that are conducted retrogradely to the atria. The pacemaker senses this retrograde atrial depolarization and then delivers a stimulus to the ventricle. Also known as endless less loop tachycardia. Other examples include tracking atrial fibrillation or flutter
This team, composed of the President's Council and the CIO Coordinating Council, prioritizes technology projects. It also reviews any changes to projects that will drastically affect schedule, scope, or resources.
Physical Management Training â€“ curriculum endorsed by DMR to help staff respond appropriately and safely with behavioral issues and give staff the skills they need to proactively redirect violent behavior. This training can only be given by a certified PMT instructor and is required for all direct care staff and a number of front line managers.