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== HamamatsuHam device adapter ==
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'''Summary:'''</td><td>Interfaces with Hamamatsu cameras</td></tr>
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<tr><td>'''Author:'''</td><td>Patrick Gregorio (Hamamatsu)</td></tr>
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<tr><td>'''License:'''</td><td>Source code cannot be made available</td></tr>
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<tr><td>'''Platforms:'''</td><td>Windows</td></tr>
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<tr><td>'''Devices:'''</td><td>Hamamatsu DCAM compatible cameras</td></tr>
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{{Note|Formerly (up to Micro-Manager 1.4.16) there was a legacy [[Hamamatsu]] adapter (developed at UCSF) in addition to the "HamamatsuHam". That adapter will be retired in 1.4.17. It is still included in the OS X version, because HamamatsuHam is not supported on OS X. On Windows, if you have a hardware configuration using Hamamatsu, you will need to create a new hardware configuration using HamamatsuHam.}}
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Before configuring the camera, you will need to download and install a recent version of [http://www.dcamapi.com/ DCAM-API]. Make sure to read and follow the camera-specific instructions in the DCAM-API Compatibility Note provided on the same page.
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{{Note|Make sure you read the DCAM-API Compatibility Notes (available on the website), and in particular follow the instructions for computer power management settings, if it is applicable to your camera.}}
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Revision as of 18:17, 7 March 2014

HamamatsuHam device adapter

Summary:Interfaces with Hamamatsu cameras
Author:Patrick Gregorio (Hamamatsu)
License:Source code cannot be made available
Platforms:Windows
Devices:Hamamatsu DCAM compatible cameras
Note
Formerly (up to Micro-Manager 1.4.16) there was a legacy Hamamatsu adapter (developed at UCSF) in addition to the "HamamatsuHam". That adapter will be retired in 1.4.17. It is still included in the OS X version, because HamamatsuHam is not supported on OS X. On Windows, if you have a hardware configuration using Hamamatsu, you will need to create a new hardware configuration using HamamatsuHam.

Before configuring the camera, you will need to download and install a recent version of DCAM-API. Make sure to read and follow the camera-specific instructions in the DCAM-API Compatibility Note provided on the same page.

Note
Make sure you read the DCAM-API Compatibility Notes (available on the website), and in particular follow the instructions for computer power management settings, if it is applicable to your camera.

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