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Micro-Manager features a triggering framework that permits the precise and rapid synchronization of some hardware components with a camera.
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Micro-Manager permits the precise and rapid triggering of sequences of properties and stage positions by the camera.
  
===Supported Controller Devices===
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===Controller Devices that support Triggered Sequences===
* [[Arduino]] -- Allows triggered sequencing of TTL and DAC states
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* [[Arduino]] -- TTL and DAC output states
* [[ASIStage]] -- Allows triggered sequencing of ASI piezo focus drives
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* [[ASIStage]] -- ASI piezo focus drives
* [[AgilentLaserCombiner]] -- Accepts TTL pulses for laser channel switching, as well as DAC control of piezo cofus drives
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* [[AgilentLaserCombiner]] -- Laser channel switching
* [[ESIOImagingControllers]] -- controls AOTFs (laser combiners) and piezo focus drives
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* [[ESIOImagingControllers]] -- AOTFs (laser combiners) and piezo focus drives
* [[Marzhauser]] -- triggering of focus drive
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* [[Marzhauser]] -- Focus drive
  
 
===Channels===
 
===Channels===

Revision as of 19:38, 28 September 2012

Micro-Manager permits the precise and rapid triggering of sequences of properties and stage positions by the camera.

Controller Devices that support Triggered Sequences

Channels

LED illuminators and AOTF-based laser combiners both have very fast switching times, and are thus prime candidates for hardware synchronization.

Multi-Dimensional Acquisition

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