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Focus adjustment 393

Fri, 10/02/2020 - 17:56

‎Pattern

← Older revision Revision as of 23:56, 2 October 2020 (20 intermediate revisions by the same user not shown)Line 1: Line 1:  ==Description== ==Description==  internal use internal use −==regular SFE==+==Regular SFE==  {| {|  |[[File:Aberration calibration 393 regular SFE.png|thumb|1600px]] |[[File:Aberration calibration 393 regular SFE.png|thumb|1600px]] Line 7: Line 7:     # used on big the Xeon PC - 192.168.0.6 # used on big the Xeon PC - 192.168.0.6 −# '''restore''' from ''test_focusing/default.conf-xml''+# '''restore''' from ''/home/elphel/test_focusing/default.conf-xml''  # '''quick get&show''' # '''quick get&show''' −# '''find grid'''+# '''find grid''' (if error - increase/decrease exposure using the 'camera settings' button - the range is 2.5-5.0 ms - rerun steps 3. and 4.)  # '''no-move measure''' # '''no-move measure'''  # '''show PSF''' # '''show PSF'''  # adjust screws # adjust screws −# repeat from 4. until good+# repeat from 5. until good (if some PSF spots are missing - repeat from 4.)    −==Setup==+==Setup before using ImageJ Aberration Calibration plugin==  ===Parts=== ===Parts===  * Assembled SFE without lens and without IR-cut filter (can be with the filter if the target lens is different) * Assembled SFE without lens and without IR-cut filter (can be with the filter if the target lens is different)  * M12 adapter * M12 adapter  * 2 spacers: 5mm and 4.7mm (shaved off 0.3mm (made from 5mm spacer) for optimal adjustment) * 2 spacers: 5mm and 4.7mm (shaved off 0.3mm (made from 5mm spacer) for optimal adjustment) −* Lens N125B04530W with IR-cut filter. If the target lens is different, still use this one for adjustment then replace. Wrap the thread of the lens with the teflon tape for better thread fitting - 2 layers if enough. When screwing in make sure the tape does not get in the optical path.+* Lens N125B04530W with IR-cut filter. If the target lens is different, still use this one for adjustment then replace. Wrap the thread of the lens with the teflon tape for better thread fitting - 2 layers is enough. When screwing in make sure the tape does not get in the optical path. Screw in the lens until full stop.  {| {| −|[[File:SFE focusing parts.jpeg|thumb|500px|Fig.2 SFE parts]]+|valign='top'|[[File:SFE focusing parts.jpeg|thumb|500px|Fig.2a SFE parts]]  +|valign='top'|[[File:SFE focusing sensor spacer.jpeg|thumb|150px|Fig.2b Sensor teflon spacers]]  |} |}  * Focus adjustment screws - do not overtighten initially. Later, right before starting the procedure when the camera is against the pattern - turn it on, while in jpeg open the control interface and adjust the screws for the best manual focus (do not apply too much force). * Focus adjustment screws - do not overtighten initially. Later, right before starting the procedure when the camera is against the pattern - turn it on, while in jpeg open the control interface and adjust the screws for the best manual focus (do not apply too much force). Line 28: Line 29:  |[[File:SFE focusing SFE screws.jpeg|thumb|200px|Fig.3 Focus adjustment screws]] |[[File:SFE focusing SFE screws.jpeg|thumb|200px|Fig.3 Focus adjustment screws]]  |} |}  +  ===Assembled setup=== ===Assembled setup===  * Take a longer cable - at least 100mm * Take a longer cable - at least 100mm  * Connect to port 0 * Connect to port 0  * Set the camera address to 192.168.0.38 * Set the camera address to 192.168.0.38  + # temporary (ssh will freeze, connect from another window)  + ~# ifconfig eth0 192.168.0.38  +  + # permanently (reboot required)  + edit /etc/network/interfaces  +  * Make sure the power supply provides the right voltage - 12V or 48V. If possible install PoE compatible power board - 10386. * Make sure the power supply provides the right voltage - 12V or 48V. If possible install PoE compatible power board - 10386.  {| {|  |[[File:SFE focusing camera.jpeg|thumb|200px|Fig.4 Assembled focusing setup]] |[[File:SFE focusing camera.jpeg|thumb|200px|Fig.4 Assembled focusing setup]]  |} |}  +  ===Pattern=== ===Pattern=== −* Use the wallpaper pattern+* Use the wallpaper pattern.  +* Notice the distance from the pattern.  +* Notice the height of the camera. Position the camera to point to the center of imaginary rectangle where laser pointers mark the corners. Actually the center is marked with a blue masking tape triangle.  {| {|  |valign='top'|[[File:SFE focusing tripod.jpeg|thumb|200px|Fig.5 Tripod placement]] |valign='top'|[[File:SFE focusing tripod.jpeg|thumb|200px|Fig.5 Tripod placement]] Line 46: Line 57:  |valign='top'|[[File:SFE focusing laser spots.jpeg|thumb|200px|Fig.7 Laser spot markings]] |valign='top'|[[File:SFE focusing laser spots.jpeg|thumb|200px|Fig.7 Laser spot markings]]  |} |}  +  +* Turn off the room lights.  +* Turn on the patter lights if they are not on automatically.  +* No need to close the garage door.  +* Now proceed with '''[[Focus_adjustment_393#regular_SFE|regular_SFE]]''' instructions. Oleg

Focus adjustment 393

Fri, 10/02/2020 - 15:41

‎Assembled setup

← Older revision Revision as of 21:41, 2 October 2020 (19 intermediate revisions by the same user not shown)Line 1: Line 1:  ==Description== ==Description==  internal use internal use −==regular SFE==+==Regular SFE==  {| {|  |[[File:Aberration calibration 393 regular SFE.png|thumb|1600px]] |[[File:Aberration calibration 393 regular SFE.png|thumb|1600px]] Line 7: Line 7:     # used on big the Xeon PC - 192.168.0.6 # used on big the Xeon PC - 192.168.0.6 −# '''restore''' from ''test_focusing/default.conf-xml''+# '''restore''' from ''/home/elphel/test_focusing/default.conf-xml''  # '''quick get&show''' # '''quick get&show''' −# '''find grid'''+# '''find grid''' (if error - increase/decrease exposure using the 'camera settings' button - the range is 2.5-5.0 ms - rerun steps 3. and 4.)  # '''no-move measure''' # '''no-move measure'''  # '''show PSF''' # '''show PSF'''  # adjust screws # adjust screws −# repeat from 4. until good+# repeat from 5. until good (if some PSF spots are missing - repeat from 4.)    −==Setup==+==Setup before using ImageJ Aberration Calibration plugin==  ===Parts=== ===Parts===  * Assembled SFE without lens and without IR-cut filter (can be with the filter if the target lens is different) * Assembled SFE without lens and without IR-cut filter (can be with the filter if the target lens is different)  * M12 adapter * M12 adapter  * 2 spacers: 5mm and 4.7mm (shaved off 0.3mm (made from 5mm spacer) for optimal adjustment) * 2 spacers: 5mm and 4.7mm (shaved off 0.3mm (made from 5mm spacer) for optimal adjustment) −* Lens N125B04530W with IR-cut filter. If the target lens is different, still use this one for adjustment then replace. Wrap the thread of the lens with the teflon tape for better thread fitting - 2 layers if enough. When screwing in make sure the tape does not get in the optical path.+* Lens N125B04530W with IR-cut filter. If the target lens is different, still use this one for adjustment then replace. Wrap the thread of the lens with the teflon tape for better thread fitting - 2 layers is enough. When screwing in make sure the tape does not get in the optical path. Screw in the lens until full stop.  {| {| −|[[File:SFE focusing parts.jpeg|thumb|500px|Fig.2 SFE parts]]+|valign='top'|[[File:SFE focusing parts.jpeg|thumb|500px|Fig.2a SFE parts]]  +|valign='top'|[[File:SFE focusing sensor spacer.jpeg|thumb|150px|Fig.2b Sensor teflon spacers]]  |} |}  * Focus adjustment screws - do not overtighten initially. Later, right before starting the procedure when the camera is against the pattern - turn it on, while in jpeg open the control interface and adjust the screws for the best manual focus (do not apply too much force). * Focus adjustment screws - do not overtighten initially. Later, right before starting the procedure when the camera is against the pattern - turn it on, while in jpeg open the control interface and adjust the screws for the best manual focus (do not apply too much force). Line 28: Line 29:  |[[File:SFE focusing SFE screws.jpeg|thumb|200px|Fig.3 Focus adjustment screws]] |[[File:SFE focusing SFE screws.jpeg|thumb|200px|Fig.3 Focus adjustment screws]]  |} |}  +  ===Assembled setup=== ===Assembled setup===  * Take a longer cable - at least 100mm * Take a longer cable - at least 100mm  * Connect to port 0 * Connect to port 0  * Set the camera address to 192.168.0.38 * Set the camera address to 192.168.0.38  + # temporary (ssh will freeze, connect from another window)  + ~# ifconfig eth0 192.168.0.38  +  + # permanently (reboot required)  + edit /etc/network/interfaces  +  * Make sure the power supply provides the right voltage - 12V or 48V. If possible install PoE compatible power board - 10386. * Make sure the power supply provides the right voltage - 12V or 48V. If possible install PoE compatible power board - 10386.  {| {|  |[[File:SFE focusing camera.jpeg|thumb|200px|Fig.4 Assembled focusing setup]] |[[File:SFE focusing camera.jpeg|thumb|200px|Fig.4 Assembled focusing setup]]  |} |}  +  ===Pattern=== ===Pattern=== −* Use the wallpaper pattern+* Use the wallpaper pattern.  +* Notice the distance from pattern.  +* Notice the height of the camera. Try to position the camera to point to the center of imaginary rectangle where laser pointers mark the corners. Actually the center is marked with a blue masking tape triangle.  {| {|  |valign='top'|[[File:SFE focusing tripod.jpeg|thumb|200px|Fig.5 Tripod placement]] |valign='top'|[[File:SFE focusing tripod.jpeg|thumb|200px|Fig.5 Tripod placement]] Line 46: Line 57:  |valign='top'|[[File:SFE focusing laser spots.jpeg|thumb|200px|Fig.7 Laser spot markings]] |valign='top'|[[File:SFE focusing laser spots.jpeg|thumb|200px|Fig.7 Laser spot markings]]  |} |}  +  +* Turn off the room lights.  +* Turn on the patter lights if they are not on automatically.  +* No need to close the garage door.  +* Now proceed with '''[[Focus_adjustment_393#regular_SFE|regular_SFE]]''' instructions. Oleg

Focus adjustment 393

Fri, 10/02/2020 - 13:51

‎Setup before using ImageJ Aberration Calibration plugin

← Older revision Revision as of 19:51, 2 October 2020 (17 intermediate revisions by the same user not shown)Line 1: Line 1:  ==Description== ==Description==  internal use internal use −==regular SFE==+==Regular SFE==  {| {|  |[[File:Aberration calibration 393 regular SFE.png|thumb|1600px]] |[[File:Aberration calibration 393 regular SFE.png|thumb|1600px]] Line 7: Line 7:     # used on big the Xeon PC - 192.168.0.6 # used on big the Xeon PC - 192.168.0.6 −# '''restore''' from ''test_focusing/default.conf-xml''+# '''restore''' from ''/home/elphel/test_focusing/default.conf-xml''  # '''quick get&show''' # '''quick get&show''' −# '''find grid'''+# '''find grid''' (if error - increase/decrease exposure using the 'camera settings' button - the range is 2.5-5.0 ms - rerun steps 3. and 4.)  # '''no-move measure''' # '''no-move measure'''  # '''show PSF''' # '''show PSF''' Line 15: Line 15:  # repeat from 4. until good # repeat from 4. until good    −==Setup==+==Setup before using ImageJ Aberration Calibration plugin==  ===Parts=== ===Parts===  * Assembled SFE without lens and without IR-cut filter (can be with the filter if the target lens is different) * Assembled SFE without lens and without IR-cut filter (can be with the filter if the target lens is different)  * M12 adapter * M12 adapter  * 2 spacers: 5mm and 4.7mm (shaved off 0.3mm (made from 5mm spacer) for optimal adjustment) * 2 spacers: 5mm and 4.7mm (shaved off 0.3mm (made from 5mm spacer) for optimal adjustment) −* Lens N125B04530W with IR-cut filter. If the target lens is different, still use this one for adjustment then replace. Wrap the thread of the lens with the teflon tape for better thread fitting - 2 layers if enough. When screwing in make sure the tape does not get in the optical path.+* Lens N125B04530W with IR-cut filter. If the target lens is different, still use this one for adjustment then replace. Wrap the thread of the lens with the teflon tape for better thread fitting - 2 layers is enough. When screwing in make sure the tape does not get in the optical path. Screw in the lens until full stop.  {| {| −|[[File:SFE focusing parts.jpeg|thumb|500px|Fig.2 SFE parts]]+|valign='top'|[[File:SFE focusing parts.jpeg|thumb|500px|Fig.2a SFE parts]]  +|valign='top'|[[File:SFE focusing sensor spacer.jpeg|thumb|150px|Fig.2b Sensor teflon spacers]]  |} |}  * Focus adjustment screws - do not overtighten initially. Later, right before starting the procedure when the camera is against the pattern - turn it on, while in jpeg open the control interface and adjust the screws for the best manual focus (do not apply too much force). * Focus adjustment screws - do not overtighten initially. Later, right before starting the procedure when the camera is against the pattern - turn it on, while in jpeg open the control interface and adjust the screws for the best manual focus (do not apply too much force). Line 28: Line 29:  |[[File:SFE focusing SFE screws.jpeg|thumb|200px|Fig.3 Focus adjustment screws]] |[[File:SFE focusing SFE screws.jpeg|thumb|200px|Fig.3 Focus adjustment screws]]  |} |}  +  ===Assembled setup=== ===Assembled setup===  * Take a longer cable - at least 100mm * Take a longer cable - at least 100mm Line 37: Line 39:  |} |}  ===Pattern=== ===Pattern=== −* Use the wallpaper pattern+* Use the wallpaper pattern.  +* Notice the distance from pattern.  +* Notice the height of the camera. Try to position the camera to point to the center of imaginary rectangle where laser pointers mark the corners. Actually the center is marked with a blue masking tape triangle.  {| {|  |valign='top'|[[File:SFE focusing tripod.jpeg|thumb|200px|Fig.5 Tripod placement]] |valign='top'|[[File:SFE focusing tripod.jpeg|thumb|200px|Fig.5 Tripod placement]] Line 46: Line 50:  |valign='top'|[[File:SFE focusing laser spots.jpeg|thumb|200px|Fig.7 Laser spot markings]] |valign='top'|[[File:SFE focusing laser spots.jpeg|thumb|200px|Fig.7 Laser spot markings]]  |} |}  +  +* Turn off the room lights.  +* Turn on the patter lights if they are not on automatically.  +* No need to close the garage door.  +* Now proceed with '''[[Focus_adjustment_393#regular_SFE|regular_SFE]]''' instructions. Oleg

Focus adjustment 393

Fri, 10/02/2020 - 13:10

‎Pattern

← Older revision Revision as of 19:10, 2 October 2020 (16 intermediate revisions by the same user not shown)Line 1: Line 1:  ==Description== ==Description==  internal use internal use −==regular SFE==+==Regular SFE==  {| {|  |[[File:Aberration calibration 393 regular SFE.png|thumb|1600px]] |[[File:Aberration calibration 393 regular SFE.png|thumb|1600px]] Line 7: Line 7:     # used on big the Xeon PC - 192.168.0.6 # used on big the Xeon PC - 192.168.0.6 −# '''restore''' from ''test_focusing/default.conf-xml''+# '''restore''' from ''/home/elphel/test_focusing/default.conf-xml''  # '''quick get&show''' # '''quick get&show''' −# '''find grid'''+# '''find grid''' (if error - increase/decrease exposure using the 'camera settings' button - the range is 2.5-5.0 ms - rerun steps 3. and 4.)  # '''no-move measure''' # '''no-move measure'''  # '''show PSF''' # '''show PSF''' Line 15: Line 15:  # repeat from 4. until good # repeat from 4. until good    −==Setup==+==Setup before using ImageJ Aberration Calibration plugin==  ===Parts=== ===Parts===  * Assembled SFE without lens and without IR-cut filter (can be with the filter if the target lens is different) * Assembled SFE without lens and without IR-cut filter (can be with the filter if the target lens is different)  * M12 adapter * M12 adapter  * 2 spacers: 5mm and 4.7mm (shaved off 0.3mm (made from 5mm spacer) for optimal adjustment) * 2 spacers: 5mm and 4.7mm (shaved off 0.3mm (made from 5mm spacer) for optimal adjustment) −* Lens N125B04530W with IR-cut filter. If the target lens is different, still use this one for adjustment then replace. Wrap the thread of the lens with the teflon tape for better thread fitting - 2 layers if enough. When screwing in make sure the tape does not get in the optical path.+* Lens N125B04530W with IR-cut filter. If the target lens is different, still use this one for adjustment then replace. Wrap the thread of the lens with the teflon tape for better thread fitting - 2 layers is enough. When screwing in make sure the tape does not get in the optical path.  {| {| −|[[File:SFE focusing parts.jpeg|thumb|500px|Fig.2 SFE parts]]+|valign='top'|[[File:SFE focusing parts.jpeg|thumb|500px|Fig.2a SFE parts]]  +|valign='top'|[[File:SFE focusing sensor spacer.jpeg|thumb|150px|Fig.2b Sensor teflon spacers]]  |} |}  * Focus adjustment screws - do not overtighten initially. Later, right before starting the procedure when the camera is against the pattern - turn it on, while in jpeg open the control interface and adjust the screws for the best manual focus (do not apply too much force). * Focus adjustment screws - do not overtighten initially. Later, right before starting the procedure when the camera is against the pattern - turn it on, while in jpeg open the control interface and adjust the screws for the best manual focus (do not apply too much force). Line 28: Line 29:  |[[File:SFE focusing SFE screws.jpeg|thumb|200px|Fig.3 Focus adjustment screws]] |[[File:SFE focusing SFE screws.jpeg|thumb|200px|Fig.3 Focus adjustment screws]]  |} |}  +  ===Assembled setup=== ===Assembled setup===  * Take a longer cable - at least 100mm * Take a longer cable - at least 100mm Line 37: Line 39:  |} |}  ===Pattern=== ===Pattern=== −* Use the wallpaper pattern+* Use the wallpaper pattern.  +* Notice the distance from pattern.  +* Notice the height of the camera. Try to position the camera to point to the center of imaginary rectangle where laser pointers mark the corners. Actually the center is marked with a blue masking tape triangle.  {| {|  |valign='top'|[[File:SFE focusing tripod.jpeg|thumb|200px|Fig.5 Tripod placement]] |valign='top'|[[File:SFE focusing tripod.jpeg|thumb|200px|Fig.5 Tripod placement]] Line 46: Line 50:  |valign='top'|[[File:SFE focusing laser spots.jpeg|thumb|200px|Fig.7 Laser spot markings]] |valign='top'|[[File:SFE focusing laser spots.jpeg|thumb|200px|Fig.7 Laser spot markings]]  |} |}  +  +* Turn off the room lights.  +* Turn on the patter lights if they are not on automatically.  +* No need to close the garage door.  +* Now proceed with '''[[Focus_adjustment_393#regular_SFE|regular_SFE]]''' instructions. Oleg

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Fri, 10/02/2020 - 12:53

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Focus adjustment 393

Fri, 10/02/2020 - 12:49

← Older revision Revision as of 18:49, 2 October 2020 Line 14: Line 14:  # adjust screws # adjust screws  # repeat from 4. until good # repeat from 4. until good  +  +==Setup==  +===Parts===  +* Assembled SFE without lens and without IR-cut filter (can be with the filter if the target lens is different)  +* M12 adapter  +* 2 spacers: 5mm and 4.7mm (shaved off 0.3mm (made from 5mm spacer) for optimal adjustment)  +* Lens N125B04530W with IR-cut filter. If the target lens is different, still use this one for adjustment then replace. Wrap the thread of the lens with the teflon tape for better thread fitting - 2 layers if enough. When screwing in make sure the tape does not get in the optical path.  +{|  +|[[File:SFE focusing parts.jpeg|thumb|500px|Fig.2 SFE parts]]  +|}  +* Focus adjustment screws - do not overtighten initially. Later, right before starting the procedure when the camera is against the pattern - turn it on, while in jpeg open the control interface and adjust the screws for the best manual focus (do not apply too much force).  +{|  +|[[File:SFE focusing SFE screws.jpeg|thumb|200px|Fig.3 Focus adjustment screws]]  +|}  +===Assembled setup===  +* Take a longer cable - at least 100mm  +* Connect to port 0  +* Set the camera address to 192.168.0.38  +* Make sure the power supply provides the right voltage - 12V or 48V. If possible install PoE compatible power board - 10386.  +{|  +|[[File:SFE focusing camera.jpeg|thumb|200px|Fig.4 Assembled focusing setup]]  +|}  +===Pattern===  +* Use the wallpaper pattern  +{|  +|valign='top'|[[File:SFE focusing tripod.jpeg|thumb|200px|Fig.5 Tripod placement]]  +|valign='top'|[[File:SFE focusing tripod closer.jpeg|thumb|200px|Fig.6 Tripod closeup]]  +|}  +* Make sure all 4 lasers are pointing in the right spots - "manual laser pointers" yellow button in the imagej plugin  +{|  +|valign='top'|[[File:SFE focusing laser spots.jpeg|thumb|200px|Fig.7 Laser spot markings]]  +|} Oleg

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Fri, 10/02/2020 - 12:20

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Focus adjustment 393

Thu, 10/01/2020 - 12:08

‎regular SFE

← Older revision Revision as of 18:08, 1 October 2020 Line 6: Line 6:  |} |}     +# used on big the Xeon PC - 192.168.0.6  # '''restore''' from ''test_focusing/default.conf-xml'' # '''restore''' from ''test_focusing/default.conf-xml''  # '''quick get&show''' # '''quick get&show''' Oleg

10353 rev D netboot without button

Tue, 09/29/2020 - 11:54

← Older revision Revision as of 17:54, 29 September 2020 Line 10: Line 10:  ===Option 2=== ===Option 2===  * Imitate SW1 button pressing - see Figs 1 & 2 * Imitate SW1 button pressing - see Figs 1 & 2  +  +==Notes==  +* Release button when flashing script begins running Oleg

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10353 rev D netboot without button

Tue, 09/29/2020 - 11:42

← Older revision Revision as of 17:42, 29 September 2020 (One intermediate revision by the same user not shown)Line 1: Line 1:  ==Instructions== ==Instructions==  +{|  +|valign='top'|[[File:10353_revD_nob_howto_netboot.jpeg|thumb|300px|Fig.1 Imitate SW1 pressed]]  +|valign='top'|[[File:Flashing board nob howto netboot.jpeg|thumb|400px|Fig.2 Using the flashing board and a tip of a knife to "press" SW1]]  +|}  +  +===Option 1===  +* Install a SW1 button and press it when flashing  +  +===Option 2===  +* Imitate SW1 button pressing - see Figs 1 & 2 Oleg

10353 rev D netboot without button

Tue, 09/29/2020 - 11:32

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