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d2:laser_servo [2019/01/29 13:56]
Michael Radunsky [Back-panel Section]
d2:laser_servo [2019/02/21 09:46] (current)
Michael Radunsky
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 ===Auxiliary Servo: Gain (25-turn trimpot)=== ===Auxiliary Servo: Gain (25-turn trimpot)===
  
-This trimpot sets the gain for the AUXILIARY SERVO OUTPUT. The Aux Servo is a pure integrator and the gain ranges from 500 μs to 5 s.+This trimpot sets the gain for the AUXILIARY SERVO OUTPUT. The Aux Servo is a pure integrator and the gain ranges from 500 μs to 5 s.  Full ccw sets gain to minimum (5 s), full cw sets gain to maximum (500 µs).
  
 <WRAP center round box 420px><​imgcaption d2_125_side_panel_photo|Certain rarely used controls are only accessible by removing the right-side panel, as shown in the figure above.> <WRAP center round box 420px><​imgcaption d2_125_side_panel_photo|Certain rarely used controls are only accessible by removing the right-side panel, as shown in the figure above.>
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 ** Ramp->​Aux / Ramp->​Servo (2-position slider switch) ** ** Ramp->​Aux / Ramp->​Servo (2-position slider switch) **
  
-This 2-position slider switch is only accessible by removing the right side panel (see above) and sets whether the ramp is applied to the SERVO OUTPUT or the AUXILIARY SERVO OUTPUT. It is factory set in the Ramp->​Servo position. When the Ramp->​Servo is selected, the ramp is a ~500Hz triangle wave and when Ramp->​Aux is selected the ramp is ~50Hz. Additionally,​ when using The Absolute Jump TTL or the Relative Jump TTL, the output jump is placed on the same channel as gets the ramp signal. The other signal (SERVO OUTPUT or AUXILIARY SERVO OUTPUT) is held at its current value. ​+This 2-position slider switch is only accessible by removing the right side panel (see above) and sets whether the ramp is applied to the SERVO OUTPUT or the AUXILIARY SERVO OUTPUT. It is factory set in the Ramp->​Servo position. When the Ramp->​Servo is selected, the ramp is a ~500 Hz triangle wave and when Ramp->​Aux is selected the ramp is ~50 Hz. Additionally,​ when using The Absolute Jump TTL or the Relative Jump TTL, the output jump is placed on the same channel as gets the ramp signal. The other signal (SERVO OUTPUT or AUXILIARY SERVO OUTPUT) is held at its current value. ​
  
 ===Aux Gain: + / Aux Gain - (2-position switch)=== ===Aux Gain: + / Aux Gain - (2-position switch)===
d2/laser_servo.1548799004.txt.gz · Last modified: 2019/01/29 13:56 by Michael Radunsky