If it finds the driver, repeat this uninstall process until all copies of the driver are deleted. Upgrade to Andor camera Driver. Windows now uses the new sys file. Restart Windows twice. After the first restart you see a yellow question mark next to the driver in the Device Manager saying the driver failing to load Code
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If it finds the driver, repeat this uninstall process until all copies of the driver are deleted. Upgrade to Andor camera Driver. Windows now uses the new sys file. Restart Windows twice. After the first restart you see a yellow question mark next to the driver in the Device Manager saying the driver failing to load Code Restarting Windows the second time clears this error. In reality, EM amplification happens on sensor, and PAG happens after readout of your sensor and before digitization.
PAG multipliers like 1x, 2x, 4x can vary between cameras since they are tuned for each sensor, e. To determine the expected digital saturation limit, consult your camera performance sheet of your camera. The actual EM gain range depends on the model of your camera: it can be from 0 to non-linear , non-linear , or RealGain linear EMgain slew rate Warning Typically EM gain levels should not be made to change during an experiment.
The software and camera has no problem in changing the level, but there is a second delay for the new gain value to come into effect which affects data. Thus when you increase or decrease the EM gain on the camera, you have to wait for the voltage slew to stabilize at the new set value. This is typically about seconds, the maximum time being from setting EM gain from 0 to the maximum value of No camera DeviceAdapter implements this yet.
Offset "Baseline" is optimal at this setting. If the camera is not cooled, the offset can be display as 0 data counts. Some blemishes are compensated at the specified temperature setting and will be more visible at warmer temperatures. No need to warm up cameras before shutdown of software and computer since condensation does not occur. Full gain will not be achievable without cooling.
EMgain is temperature compensated for RealGain cameras. Clara must be cooled to the specified temperature: C with fan, C without. The Clara-E is fixed at cooling to C, so no action is needed to set its temperature Frame Transfer should actually be called "overlap" Frame transfer refers to the captured image getting transferred to a masked pixel array storage area quick step so it can be read out from there slow step.
The real benefit of FT comes when overlap is applied, so that a new image can be captured while the previous is read out. That setting only changes whether overlap is on or off if off, the sensor is in keep clean mode while the FT chip is read out.
Since the readout register is after the FT chip, the image always gets transferred to the storage area. So think of the FT setting in uM as really "overlap. The camera then starts its real exposure. Software trigger mode is similar to internal but waits for a specific software trigger command from the PC before exposure. A keep clean cycle must still complete before the first trigger. So Software is for snaps separated by time and Internal is for a continuous sequence of exposures.
For Snap, Software trigger is used by default. Internal is used for Live and MDA. Fast External The only difference is that normal External trigger will not accept an external trigger signal until the current keep clean cycle ends. This only applies to the first frame, and once a trigger signal is accepted, there is no difference in the timing between the two modes.
Because the image area is not cleaned between trigger events, the effective exposure time is the time between events. NOTE: There is no readout after the first trigger, so the first frame should be dark. Fast External in non-FT is only good when the background light is low, otherwise the background will vary dramatically between frames if sufficient keep clean cycles have not finished by the time the next triggering event occurs. External Start The trigger starts the sequence.
Once the single external trigger has occurred, the camera switches to internal triggering and acquires the sequence. External Exposure The exposure time is determined by the width of the trigger signal pulse: exposure period starts at the rising edge and stops at the falling edge. But if the falling edge occurs before the previous readout is complete, that signal is ignored and the exposure continues until the next falling edge. This overlap mode requires Global Clear function of the chip, only on cameras.
Snap Image timing mode in uM: Delay for Exposure vs. Wait for Readout??? This section supplements that information with Andor-specific screenshots and instructions.
When you add your Andor camera in the Hardware Configuration Wizard, you should see a drop-down menu that allows you to select the camera serial number. If you do not see more than 1 serial number in the drop-down you should make sure all your cameras are present in the Device Manager. Then add the the Andor camera again, making sure to change the serial number to the other camera in the serial number drop-down: Screenshot: Second Andor camera being added to Hardware Configuration Wizard HCW.
You need to set these to your 2 Andor cameras: Screenshot: Multi-camera device PhysicalCameras set to the Andor cameras.
Set your core-camera to multi-camera, to test the result: Screenshot: Core camera set to Multi-camera device. Now when you go live or snap an image you should see the channels overlayed in your preview window. Screenshot: Snapped image using Mutli Camera device.
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