Enable mCTR2 DAQ Path

Open mCTR2 tool w/ in uhtr mode (i.e. with option: '-t uhtr')

./mCTR2tool.exe [mCTR2 Board IP address] -t uhtr
Check to see if DAQ Path is enabled
> DAQ
> STATUS 
Assuming it is disabled, you can enabled it using:
> CTL
Selection: 6
New nsamples: 10
Selection: 7
New presamples: 5
Selection: 8
New pipeline length: 50
Selection: 10
Selection: 17
Exit the CTL menu and check to see the DAQ Path is enabled
Selection: -1
> STATUS
Exit to the top menu and check the status summary of the card
> QUIT
> STATUS
If everything is set up correctly, you should expect to see that the clocks are synced. If there is a problem, typically most of the clocks (save 25 and 100 MHz) will report 0.0MHz.
 Board version: mCTR22c Firmware revision : (00) 00.06.07 
  Clock expected at 25.0000 MHz : 25.00000 MHz 
  Clock expected at 40.0800 MHz : 39.99970 MHz 
  Clock expected at 80.1600 MHz : 79.99940 MHz 
  Clock expected at 100.0000 MHz : 100.00000 MHz 
  Clock expected at 120.2400 MHz : 119.99910 MHz 
  Clock expected at 160.3200 MHz : 159.99890 MHz 
  Clock expected at 240.4800 MHz : 239.99830 MHz 
  Clock expected at 320.6400 MHz : 319.99780 MHz 

-- DavidZou - 05 Dec 2013

Topic revision: r1 - 05 Dec 2013 - 17:00:12 - DavidZou
 
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