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Thorlabs DCx (UC) Cameras — Instrumental documentation
For information about using third-party software with our cameras, please see the Programming Interfaces tab. Perry, Aaron Goldfain. This uses a simple system of LED lights to help you quickly and easily diagnose problems with your lift chair when they arise. Living Room. I could see that the camera was correctly installed uc480 the device manager, and I was able to connect to it and acquire images in ThorCam. ToString, System. Rapid Order. If cameraID is 0, connect to the first available camera. Response from Buki at Thorlabs.
CMOS Cameras: USB 2.0 and USB 3.0
The thread is 1. The adapters are included with the camera and we have a diagram in the "Overview" tab that shows how to put the items together. uc480
Please contact TechSupport thorlabs. DCCC the drawing doesn't detail uc480 threads are used, also not in the general uc480. Additionally it would be nice to know how to adapt this camera to a cage plate or SM1 thread as shown for the other camera group on this page.
A response from Julien at Thorlabs: this problem was related to a driver issue in the version you are currently using. I dont have problems to use it with the software uc viewer, but Windows 7 64 bits doesn't recognize it as a camera, instead is shown uc480 a not specified device.
I download the driver from this site. A response form Julien at Thorlabs: yes this is possible. One only uc480 to open two instances of the sowftare and connect each of those instances to one of the cameras.
Response from Javier at Thorlabs to paul. Making the external hardware trigger interface available requires a redesign of housing of the camera, plus a few other changes that would drive cost up. Regarding your second question about the flash and long term exposure, these features are available only if the camera has a hardware interface for trigger and flash, as our CCD DCU series cameras do. The flash is controlled via uc480 kind of "trigger out" port, and long term exposure is possible only with external triggering. So it is not only a question of the software not supporting this, but the hardware does not allow for this feature, either. I will contact you directly for further support. With a little tinkering, I just found out that these CMOS cameras are in fact externally triggerable. In the manual, you see the PC board inside has a spot for a 9-pin connector which has pins for triggering as well as 2 strobes, power, and most likely the USB uc480.
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Thorlabs or your supplierwhy dont you make this feature available to us without having to hack it ourselves? The cameras are infinitely more useful with the external triggering Along these lines, I was wondering if there are any experts on the software that can tell me if uc480 flash or long-term exposure features can be used with the DCCs. The uc viewer software doesnt allow it but the spec sheet for the CMOS chip suggests it should be possible.
Response from Javier at Thorlabs to enrique. However, micromanager doesnt recognize uc480 camera. Do you have any suggestions? Thank you, Enrique. Response from Javier at Thorlabs to jun: Uc480 you very much for contacting us, and we sincerely apologize about not getting back to you sooner.
I will contact you directly to determine a suitable alternative for your application. Perhaps uc480 can recommend a Silicon or Germanium based detector, or a beam profiler. But so far I have not recieved any reply. So I sent my question here.ThorCam™ Software for Scientific and Compact USB Cameras. ThorCam is a powerful image acquisition software package that is designed for use with our. Download and install ThorCam from the Thorlabs website, which comes with the uc API libraries. (Since these cameras are rebranded IDS cameras, you.