Just for those who like blow up their computers, and fry their hard drives,
I have been writing on and off again a new Skyra driver for Cobolt's new
Skyra lasers, and it should be backwards compatible for the single Cobolt
lasers, deprecating the old Cobolt Device Adapter. I have not tested...
I am pushing to finish this project. Any and all are welcome to test.
It will work for single Cobolt lasers as well as the Skyra. I will
deprecate my original Cobolt Device Adapter once the Skyra code gets
accepted into Micromanager 2.0
Micromanager 1.4 64bit Windows DLL here:
... supported by the laser should now be obtained from the laser
All the properties names have been changed to be more consistent with the
new Skyra driver I just released. They both share a large portion of code,
which will help me in the future. The new Skyra driver does support Cobolt...
configurations as I found out yesterday when I did it. :D Wow, I am
rusty with µManager code...
Because of this I won't be changing the Cobolt Device Adapter, but
creating a new one called Skyra. Yes, it will support the new Skyra
from Cobolt, but will supercede the current Cobolt Device Adapter.
... package into a
smaller form factor. Skyra laser that I am working with uses SMB. The
smaller the PCB, the cheaper it will be to make.
Haere rā means Goodbye or Farewell in Māori
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... + plus capacitors/resistors.
> I am thinking of using SMB since they would be easier to package into a
> smaller form factor. Skyra laser that I am working with uses SMB. The
> smaller the PCB, the cheaper it will be to make.
> Haere rā,
> Karl Bellvé
> Haere rā means Goodbye or...
I have two more to build...
It works great. I was able use your setup that you put on github for a
state device and as a shutter. The documentation explained everything,
including use cases that I wanted. I am currently driving a Skyra laser
with it using...
... have two more to build...
> It works great. I was able use your setup that you put on github for a
> state device and as a shutter. The documentation explained everything,
> including use cases that I wanted. I am currently driving a Skyra laser
> with it using DIgital TTL modulation...