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To change any information regarding the Measurement Types (such as the Type id, Measurement name, Type, Data type, Units, Sensor id, Warning lower, Warning upper, Alarm lower or Alarm upper), you will need to access the official HAWC Experiment Monitoring website, which is the University of Maryland's (UMD) HAWCmon. Please note there are two HAWCmon sites, one at MSU and one at UMD. These changes can only be made from the UMD site.
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To change any information regarding the Measurement Types (such as the Type id, Measurement name, Type, Data type, Units, Sensor id, Warning lower, Warning upper, Alarm lower or Alarm upper), you will need to access the official HAWC Experiment Monitoring website, which is the University of Maryland's (UMD) HAWCmon. Please note there are two HAWCmon sites, one at MSU and one at UMD. These changes can only be made from the UMD site.
 
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The HAWCmon website is private, so you will need a HAWC internal user account created for you. An additional Admin username and password is also required to make any changes to the existing HAWCmon site. Once you have both of these and are already logged in, you can edit the Measurement Types here.
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The HAWCmon website is private, so you will need a HAWC internal user account created for you. An additional Admin username and password is also required to make any changes to the existing HAWCmon site. Once you have both of these and are already logged in, you can edit the Measurement Types here.
 
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Or, from the home page of the HAWC internal website, click on the "Hawcmon" tab at the top. From there, you will be taken to the home page of the UMD HAWCmon site, called the Dashboard. Select "Admin Page" in the lower right hand corner, then select "Measurement_types" or the "Change" button beside it (both will take you to the same page). You should then be able to see all of the measurements displayed in the HAWCmon website. From here, you can scroll/page through to the measurement(s) you need to edit.
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Or, from the home page of the HAWC internal website, click on the "Hawcmon" tab at the top. From there, you will be taken to the home page of the UMD HAWCmon site, called the Dashboard. Select "Admin Page" in the lower right hand corner, then select "Measurement_types" or the "Change" button beside it (both will take you to the same page). You should then be able to see all of the measurements displayed in the HAWCmon website. From here, you can scroll/page through to the measurement(s) you need to edit.
 
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  • You may not be required to change the data in all 10 columns of the Measurement Type. Be sure you know exactly what columns will be changed, and what columns need to stay the same.
  • If you are given two (or more) sources that contain the measurement data you are updating, it's a good idea to cross check the data to make sure there are not any discrepancies. If you do notice different values reported for the same measurement, document it and let someone know right away.
  • To edit any of the columns for a particular measurement type, click the type id number to begin.
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  • If you will be editing a large number of entries, consider creating a table first in order to stay organized and to also double check your work (example)
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  • If you will be editing a large number of entries, consider creating a table first in order to stay organized and to also double check your work (example)
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  • If you are given two (or more) sources that contain the measurement data you are updating, it's a good idea to cross check the data to make sure there are not any discrepancies. If you do notice different values reported for the same measurement, document it and let someone know right away.
  • To edit any of the columns for a particular measurement type, click the type id number to begin.
  • If you will be editing a large number of entries, consider creating a table first in order to stay organized and to also double check your work (example)
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  • If you are given two (or more) sources that contain the measurement data you are updating, it's a good idea to cross check the data to make sure there are not any discrepancies. If you do notice different values reported for the same measurement, document it and let someone know right away.
  • To edit any of the columns for a particular measurement type, click the type id number to begin.
  • If you will be editing a large number of entries, consider creating a table first in order to stay organized and to also double check your work (example)
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How to Edit HAWCmon Measurement Types
 
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First off, in order to change the Measurement Name, Measurement Type, Units, Data type, Sensor id, Warning levels (lower and upper), and Alarm levels (lower and upper), you need to first go to the official HAWC Experiment Monitoring website, i.e. HAWCmon. The main page is the Dashboard, and from there you select "Admin Page" in the lower right of the Dashboard home page. From there select "Measurement_types" , or select the "Change" button beside it (both will take you to the same page). Now you will be able to see all of the measurements displayed in the HAWCmon website. From here, you can now scroll to the measurement you want to edit. For instructions regarding the some specific measurements and labels, see the list below:

HV Measurement Types

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To change any information regarding the Measurement Types (such as the Type id, Measurement name, Type, Data type, Units, Sensor id, Warning lower, Warning upper, Alarm lower or Alarm upper), you will need to access the official HAWC Experiment Monitoring website, which is the University of Maryland's (UMD) HAWCmon. Please note there are two HAWCmon sites, one at MSU and one at UMD. These changes can only be made from the UMD site.
 
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The naming scheme for the HV measurements can seem complicated at first, but once the Measurement Name is broken down, renaming it is quite simple. The Measurement Name for the HV measurements are of the form hv-1_u0_v and hv-1_u0_c. A breakdown of these names are as follows:
  • The hv-1 refers to the Wiener HV Crate number (there is only 1 crate currently, thus each HV Measurement Name has hv-1). Each crate contains several modules that each have 32 channels.
  • The u0, u1, ... values refer to the channel number (there are currently only 2 HV modules, thus u0 - u31 refer to channels 1 - 32 and u100 - u131 refer to channels 101 - 132). This may seem confusing because the Wiener software names the 32 channels in a module where the first one is channel 0 and the last is 31. Yet, in the user interface, the channels are numbered 1 - 32. Because the people working in the counting house will be using the user interface and not necessarily the software, the naming scheme of channels 1 - 32 will be used for the HAWCmon Measurement Type names.
  • The v or c refers to whether it is a voltage (in volts, V) or current (in Amps, A) measurement respectively.
Now, the two HV modules actually have slightly different naming conventions. The first module, channels 1 - 32, are labelled as W1 - W32. The second module, channels 101-132, are labelled simply that (i.e. just 101 - 132 without a W). These conventions are currently being followed for the HV Measurement Type names.
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The HAWCmon website is private, so you will need a HAWC internal user account created for you. An additional Admin username and password is also required to make any changes to the existing HAWCmon site. Once you have both of these and are already logged in, you can edit the Measurement Types here.
 
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In addition to channel number, each Measurement Type name also has the tanks that the channel is connected to. In order to locate this information, you must visit either the Electronics Configuration page or Josh's monitoring webpage. If you choose the former, you will be looking at "FEB Crate 2 Mapping" for the first HV module (i.e. channels 1 - 32) and "FEB Crate 3 Mapping" for the second (i.e. channels 101 - 132); the latter website, however, is much easier to look at, at least for the HV measurements (as it displays all of the same information in a clearer, more spread-out fashion), and you merely scroll down to the table labelled "Wiener HV".
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Or, from the home page of the HAWC internal website, click on the "Hawcmon" tab at the top. From there, you will be taken to the home page of the UMD HAWCmon site, called the Dashboard. Select "Admin Page" in the lower right hand corner, then select "Measurement_types" or the "Change" button beside it (both will take you to the same page). You should then be able to see all of the measurements displayed in the HAWCmon website. From here, you can scroll/page through to the measurement(s) you need to edit.
 
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The naming scheme applied to the HV Measurement Type names is of the form W1, Tanks N11, O11 or 101, Tanks T10, U10, where the W1 and 101 refer to the channel numbers (all the information in these names can be obtained either from the Electrronics Configuration page or Josh's page)
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Things to Remember:
  • You may not be required to change the data in all 10 columns of the Measurement Type. Be sure you know exactly what columns will be changed, and what columns need to stay the same.
  • If you are given two (or more) sources that contain the measurement data you are updating, it's a good idea to cross check the data to make sure there are not any discrepancies. If you do notice different values reported for the same measurement, document it and let someone know right away.
  • To edit any of the columns for a particular measurement type, click the type id number to begin.
  • If you will be editing a large number of entries, consider creating a table first in order to stay organized and to also double check your work (example)
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Editing HAWCmon Measurement Types

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First off, in order to change the Measurement name, Type, Units, Data type, Sensor id, Warning levels (lower and upper), and Alarm levels (lower and upper), you need to first go to the official HAWC Experiment Monitoring website, i.e. HAWCmon. The main page is the Dashboard, and from there you select "Admin Page" in the lower right of the Dashboard home page. From there select "Measurement_types" , or select the "Change" button beside it (both will take you to the same page). Now you will be able to see all of the measurements displayed in the HAWCmon website. From here, you can now scroll to the measurement you want to edit. For instructions regarding the some specific measurements and labels, see the list below:
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First off, in order to change the Measurement Name, Measurement Type, Units, Data type, Sensor id, Warning levels (lower and upper), and Alarm levels (lower and upper), you need to first go to the official HAWC Experiment Monitoring website, i.e. HAWCmon. The main page is the Dashboard, and from there you select "Admin Page" in the lower right of the Dashboard home page. From there select "Measurement_types" , or select the "Change" button beside it (both will take you to the same page). Now you will be able to see all of the measurements displayed in the HAWCmon website. From here, you can now scroll to the measurement you want to edit. For instructions regarding the some specific measurements and labels, see the list below:
 

HV Measurement Types

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The naming scheme for the HV measurements can seem complicated at first, but once the Measurement name is broken down, renaming it is quite simple. The Measurement name for the HV measurements are of the form hv-1_u0_v and hv-1_u0_c. A breakdown of these names are as follows:
  • The hv-1 refers to the Wiener HV Crate number (there is only 1 crate currently, thus each HV Measurement name has hv-1). Each crate contains several modules that each have 32 channels.
  • The u0, u1, ... values refer to the channel number (there are currently only 2 HV modules, thus u0 - u31 refer to channels 1 - 32 and u100 - u131 refer to channels 101 - 132). This may seem confusing because the Wiener software names the 32 channels in a module where the first one is channel 0 and the last is 31. Yet, in the user interface, the channels are numbered 1 - 32. Because the people working in the counting house will be using the user interface and not necessarily the software, the naming scheme of channels 1 - 32 will be used for the HAWCmon measurement Type names.
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The naming scheme for the HV measurements can seem complicated at first, but once the Measurement Name is broken down, renaming it is quite simple. The Measurement Name for the HV measurements are of the form hv-1_u0_v and hv-1_u0_c. A breakdown of these names are as follows:
  • The hv-1 refers to the Wiener HV Crate number (there is only 1 crate currently, thus each HV Measurement Name has hv-1). Each crate contains several modules that each have 32 channels.
  • The u0, u1, ... values refer to the channel number (there are currently only 2 HV modules, thus u0 - u31 refer to channels 1 - 32 and u100 - u131 refer to channels 101 - 132). This may seem confusing because the Wiener software names the 32 channels in a module where the first one is channel 0 and the last is 31. Yet, in the user interface, the channels are numbered 1 - 32. Because the people working in the counting house will be using the user interface and not necessarily the software, the naming scheme of channels 1 - 32 will be used for the HAWCmon Measurement Type names.
 
  • The v or c refers to whether it is a voltage (in volts, V) or current (in Amps, A) measurement respectively.
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Now, the two HV modules actually have slightly different naming conventions. The first module, channels 1 - 32, are labelled as W1 - W32. The second module, channels 101-132, are labelled simply that (i.e. just 101 - 132 without a W). These conventions are how are currently being followed for the HV measurement Type names.
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Now, the two HV modules actually have slightly different naming conventions. The first module, channels 1 - 32, are labelled as W1 - W32. The second module, channels 101-132, are labelled simply that (i.e. just 101 - 132 without a W). These conventions are currently being followed for the HV Measurement Type names.
 
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In addition to channel number, each measurement Type name also has the tanks that the channel is connected to. In order to locate this information, you must visit either the Electronics Configuration page or Josh's monitoring webpage. If you choose the former, you will be looking at "FEB Crate 2 Mapping" for the first HV module (i.e. channels 1 - 32) and "FEB Crate 3 Mapping" for the second (i.e. channels 101 - 132); the latter website, however, is much easier to look at, at least for the HV measurements (as it displays all of the same information in a clearer, more spread-out fashion), and you merely scroll down to the table labelled "Wiener HV".
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In addition to channel number, each Measurement Type name also has the tanks that the channel is connected to. In order to locate this information, you must visit either the Electronics Configuration page or Josh's monitoring webpage. If you choose the former, you will be looking at "FEB Crate 2 Mapping" for the first HV module (i.e. channels 1 - 32) and "FEB Crate 3 Mapping" for the second (i.e. channels 101 - 132); the latter website, however, is much easier to look at, at least for the HV measurements (as it displays all of the same information in a clearer, more spread-out fashion), and you merely scroll down to the table labelled "Wiener HV".

The naming scheme applied to the HV Measurement Type names is of the form W1, Tanks N11, O11 or 101, Tanks T10, U10, where the W1 and 101 refer to the channel numbers (all the information in these names can be obtained either from the Electrronics Configuration page or Josh's page)
 
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