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Class Description


Families: AcceleratorComponents

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Platform: All Platforms

Language: Cpp

License: GPL

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Hardware


Manufacturer: none

Bus: Ethernet

Class interface


Attributes:

Name Description
ExposureScalar: DevDouble Exposure is the time per frame of data when the camera is acquiring. Setting the exposure will adjust the frame rate accordingly but keep the latency time fixed.
GainScalar: DevDouble This attribute is used to set the gain of the camera.
FrameRateScalar: DevDouble Frame rate is calculated as 1 / (exposure time + latency time). Setting a frame rate will adjust the exposure time accordingly but keep the latency time fixed.
ImageCounterScalar: DevLong The number of images acquired from the start of acquisition, the counter is reset when acquisition stops.
ExternalTriggerScalar: DevBoolean Enable or disable external trigger. When enabled, the trigger mode is Mode 0: Exposure starts with a falling edge and stops when the the exposure specified by the SHUTTER feature is elapsed.
AutoExpTimeScalar: DevBoolean Automatic exposure selection: 0 disables, 1 enables.
AutoFrameRateScalar: DevBoolean Automatic frame rate selection: 0 disables, 1 enables
AutoGainScalar: DevBoolean Automatic gain selection: 0 disables, 1 enables.
DepthScalar: DevShort Return the image depth (nos. of bits).
FlippingScalar: DevString Describes whether the image has been flipped. Returned values are: Horizontal, Vertical, Both, None
JpegImageScalar: DevEncoded This is the Image attribute encoded in jpeg encasulated into a DevEncoded.
JpegQualityScalar: DevLong This is the quality factor that will be used for JpegImage attribute encoding.
LatencyScalar: DevDouble Latency is the time per frame of data when the camera is not acquiring. Setting the latency will adjust the frame rate accordingly but keep the exposure time fixed.
TiltScalar: DevDouble +0.05 * 640 = +32 pixels -0.05 * 640 = -32 pixels to get +10 pixels correction : tilt = 10/640 = 0.015625
RoiSpectrum: DevLong Implemented for compatibility with Bpm/Emittance.
ImageImage: DevUChar

Commands:

Name Description
StateInput: DevVoid
Output: State
State Code
This command gets the device state (stored in its <i>device_state</i> data member) and returns it to the caller.
StatusInput: DevVoid
Output: ConstDevString
Status description
This command gets the device status (stored in its <i>device_status</i> data member) and returns it to the caller.
StartInput: DevVoid
Output: DevVoid
Start data Acquisition.
StopInput: DevVoid
Output: DevVoid
Stop data Acquisition.
ResetInput: DevVoid
Output: DevVoid
Implemented for compatibility with Bpm/Emittance.
ResetRoiInput: DevVoid
Output: DevVoid
Implemented for compatibility with Bpm/Emittance.

Pipes:

Properties:

Name Description
TiltFactorDevDouble Perform vertical circular shift on a picture. The tilt factor is the number of pixel to shift per columns. When tilt is equal to zero, nothing is done. When tilt is 1, the first col is shift down by one pixel, the second by to pixel, and so on. This particular value rotate the picture by 45 degrees. Usually these value are very small (e.g. 0.005). A tilt value of 0.005 with a 640 pixel picture width, will lead to a shift of 3.2 pixel on the last columns : 0.005 * 640 = 3.2. This is a kind of linear transform. Negative value are also valid. The left border is never touched since 0 * tilt = 0. it`s the reference.
FlipDevString Property to perform X, Y, XY, or NO image flip (vertical or horizontal reverse). The acceptable values are: HORIZONTAL VERTICAL BOTH NONE (default)
LimaCameraTypeDevString
CameraSerialDevULong This is the camera ID that is written onto the Ccd1394 body. It is also the 32 lowest bits of GUID (get it with command dmesg) returned by the linux kernel.
PacketSizeDevLong GigE packet size
PacketDelayDevLong GigE packet delay
AcquisitionAutoStartDevBoolean


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23 Feb 2017, Piotr Goryl
Updated:
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2 Jan 2017, Piotr Goryl
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The device server has been added to catalogue.
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