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Flags:
 
Flags:
1. "flip" means cycle the laser on and off.
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[1] "flip" means cycle the laser on and off.
2. bcm_threshold: minimum beam current for script to execute  
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[2] bcm_threshold: minimum beam current for script to execute  
2. time_off: time for laser off period in seconds
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[3] time_off: time for laser off period in seconds
3. time_on: time for laser on in seconds
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[4] time_on: time for laser on in seconds
4. power_threshold: cavity power threshold above which the time_on counter begins
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[5] power_threshold: cavity power threshold above which the time_on counter begins
  
 
I typically run the script as follows:
 
I typically run the script as follows:
  
 
cavity_C_gaskell flip -1 30 90 100
 
cavity_C_gaskell flip -1 30 90 100

Revision as of 13:21, 29 March 2016

The script that cycles the Compton laser lock on and off should be run from the vncserver on compton-old (compton-old:005). I typically run it in a terminal from the bottom left workspace.

The script is located in:

/home/compton/gaskelld/cavity_script

And should be run as follows:

cavity_C_gaskell flip <bcm_threshold> <time_off> <time_on> <power_threshold>

Flags: [1] "flip" means cycle the laser on and off. [2] bcm_threshold: minimum beam current for script to execute [3] time_off: time for laser off period in seconds [4] time_on: time for laser on in seconds [5] power_threshold: cavity power threshold above which the time_on counter begins

I typically run the script as follows:

cavity_C_gaskell flip -1 30 90 100