B.60 Oriel (Newport) Cornerstone 260 Monochromator
Description: Monochromator with two or three gratings, shutter, a motorized mirror to select one of two output ports and, optionally, a filter wheel with up to 6 filters. The number of gratings, the maximum wavelengths for the gratings, the minumum and maximum positions of the stepper motor for the gratings and if a filter wheel is installed (and how many usable filters are available) have to be setin the device's configuration file.
Controlled via: GPIB bus (IEEE 488).
In the GPIB configuration file use
"ORIEL_CS_260" as the device name,
0x0a as the EOS character and set
Note that the device comes with the GPIB address set to
address can only be changed via software. To do this set the GPIB
address in the GPIB configuration file initially to
comment out a device that already has this address as well as
swxitching off). Then use the
monochromator_set_gpib_address() function (from anywhere
EXPERIMENT section) to set a different address. When
EDL script is run it will stop immediately during device
initialization after the new GPIB address has been set. Now again edit
the GPIB configuration file and change the monochromators GPIB address
to the new one.
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