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slice:dcc [2019/09/24 15:09]
Michael Radunsky [Triggering]
slice:dcc [2019/09/24 15:11]
Michael Radunsky [Triggering]
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 External control of the SLICE-DCC is accomplished via a TTL trigger.((https://​en.wikipedia.org/​wiki/​Logic_level)) 0 to 0.8 V TTL is low and 2 to V<​sub>​CC</​sub>​ is TTL high. External control of the SLICE-DCC is accomplished via a TTL trigger.((https://​en.wikipedia.org/​wiki/​Logic_level)) 0 to 0.8 V TTL is low and 2 to V<​sub>​CC</​sub>​ is TTL high.
 === Trigger Out === === Trigger Out ===
-The Trigger Out on the back panel of the SLICE-DCC can be programmed to go high if an interlock (key or door) is opened. ​ The screen shown in <imgref trigger_out>​ will be reached by touching I/O > Trigger Out.  Checking ​either ​box will cause the Trigger Out to go high if either the door interlock or the key interlock is opened.+The Trigger Out on the back panel of the SLICE-DCC can be programmed to go high if an interlock (key or door) is opened. ​ The screen shown in <imgref trigger_out>​ will be reached by touching I/O > Trigger Out.  Checking ​the box will cause the Trigger Out to go high if either the door interlock or the key interlock is opened.
 <​imgcaption trigger_out|Setting an output trigger>​{{ : slice:​dcc:​trigger_interlock.png?​430x254 |}}</​imgcaption>​ <​imgcaption trigger_out|Setting an output trigger>​{{ : slice:​dcc:​trigger_interlock.png?​430x254 |}}</​imgcaption>​
 === Trigger In === === Trigger In ===
slice/dcc.txt · Last modified: 2019/09/24 15:13 by Michael Radunsky