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...,TIEpiShutter,State,0 ConfigGroup,System,Startup,TIFilterBlock1,Label,4------ ConfigGroup,System,Startup,TIFilterBlock2,Label,1------ ConfigGroup,System,Startup,TILightPath,Label,3-Right100 ConfigGroup,System,Startup,CSUW1-Drive Speed,Run,On ConfigGroup,System,Startup,AndorLaserCombiner,DOUT5,0...
in Micro-Manager by bugalo — 1 replies in thread
...,BrightField Widefield,LMM5-Shutter,561nm-3,0 ConfigGroup,BF-Channel,BrightField Widefield,LMM5-Shutter,640nm-4,0 ConfigGroup,BF-Channel,BrightField Widefield,CSUW1-Filter Wheel,State,6 ConfigGroup,BF-Channel,BrightField Widefield,CSUW1-Dichroic Mirror,State,0 ConfigGroup,BF-Channel,BrightField...
in Micro-Manager by bugalo — 7 replies in thread
Hi John, On Wed, Jan 21, 2015 at 8:53 AM, John Oreopoulos <john.oreopoulos@...> wrote: > I'm actually trying to do the same thing now - setup a CSUW1 in MicroManager, but I don't see the item showing up in the hardware configuration wizard. I only see the CSU22 option. Am I doing...
in Micro-Manager by Mark Tsuchida-2 — 6 replies in thread
...,LMM5-Shutter,488nm-2,0 ConfigGroup,BF-Channel,BrightField Widefield,LMM5-Shutter,561nm-3,0 ConfigGroup,BF-Channel,BrightField Widefield,LMM5-Shutter,640nm-4,0 ConfigGroup,BF-Channel,BrightField Widefield,CSUW1-Filter Wheel,State,6 ConfigGroup,BF-Channel,BrightField Widefield,CSUW1-Dichroic Mirror...
in Micro-Manager by AndorThirdParty — 7 replies in thread
...-Shutter,488nm-2,0 > ConfigGroup,BF-Channel,BrightField Widefield,LMM5-Shutter,561nm-3,0 > ConfigGroup,BF-Channel,BrightField Widefield,LMM5-Shutter,640nm-4,0 > ConfigGroup,BF-Channel,BrightField Widefield,CSUW1-Filter Wheel,State,6 > ConfigGroup,BF-Channel,BrightField Widefield,CSUW1-Dichroic...
in Micro-Manager by Nico Stuurman-2 — 7 replies in thread
Oddly enough, if you type "CSUW1" into google, the first link to come up is this: https://valelab.ucsf.edu/svn/micromanager2/trunk/DeviceAdapters/CSUW1/ However, the CSUW1 is not listed as a supported device on the main micromanager webpage. John Oreopoulos On 2014-12-04, at 11:00 AM...
in Micro-Manager by John Oreopoulos — 6 replies in thread
Okay, I was looking in the wrong place. I found the device in the list connected the CSUW1 successfully. However, I'm having one slight problem. All motorized components (dichroic mirrors, filter wheels, aperture select, etc.) are responding except one: the Disk Selection option seems to be not...
in Micro-Manager by John Oreopoulos — 6 replies in thread
... future? >> I found info about the CSU-X1 and CSU-22 compatibility with micromanager, >> but not the W1. On Thu, Dec 4, 2014 at 5:41 PM, John Oreopoulos <john.oreopoulos@...> wrote: > > However, the CSUW1 is not listed as a supported device on the main micromanager webpage. Actually...
in Micro-Manager by Pariksheet Nanda — 6 replies in thread
Hi, I'm actually trying to do the same thing now - setup a CSUW1 in MicroManager, but I don't see the item showing up in the hardware configuration wizard. I only see the CSU22 option. Am I doing something wrong here? John Oreopoulos On 2014-12-04, at 10:56 PM, Pariksheet Nanda wrote...
in Micro-Manager by John Oreopoulos — 6 replies in thread
Hi Jon, > Okay, I was looking in the wrong place. I found the device in the list connected the CSUW1 successfully. However, I'm having one slight problem. All motorized components (dichroic mirrors, filter wheels, aperture select, etc.) are responding except one: the Disk Selection option seems...
in Micro-Manager by Nico Stuurman-2 — 6 replies in thread
Hi folks, To address the problem discussed in the earlier thread [1] I've reassigned the DriveSpeed property of the Yokogawa CSUX, CSU22 and CSUW1 to be a GenericDevice instead of a StateDevice. I suspect the StateDevice was problematic because the there are up to 8500 speed states for the...
in Micro-Manager by Pariksheet Nanda — 3 replies in thread
... ever installed a sCMOS camera once with Micro-Manager and it was on a Yokogawa CSUW1. In general with the Yokogawa spinning disk, the Nipkow scan lines are significant if the disk does not scan a complete sector. Because that scan head runs fastest at 4000rpm we needed to set the exposure to a...
in Micro-Manager by Pariksheet Nanda — 5 replies in thread
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