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== CoolLED LED illuminators ==
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'''Summary:'''</td><td>Device adapter for the CoolLED pE LED illuminators ([http://www.CoolLED.com  http://www.CoolLED.com])</td></tr>
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<tr><td>'''Author:'''</td><td>Arthur Edelstein, updated by Gordon Scott.
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<tr><td>'''License:'''</td><td>BSD</td></tr>
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<tr><td>'''Platforms:'''</td><td>Windows, Mac OS X, Linux (uses virtual serial interface over USB)</td></tr>
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<tr><td>'''Devices:'''</td><td>Shutters</td></tr>
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<tr><td>'''Example Config File:'''</td><td>None</td></tr>
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<tr><td>'''Micro-Manager version:'''</td><td>>=1.3.34</td></tr>
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[[CoolLED]]'s original product was known as precisExcite and at present the Micro-Manage software still knows it by that name. The names of the current current products controlled by this driver are pE-1, pE-2 and pE-Integrator.
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On Windows, first make sure the driver is installed (CoolLED-pEx.inf).
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(Mac OS X already has a driver that will recognize the virtual serial port.)
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Next, make sure the USB cable is connected, and that the module is powered up.
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Then in the Hardware Configuration Wizard (under the Micro-Manager Tools menu),
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choose the appropriate Com Port in Step 2 and add the PrecisExcite device in Step 3.
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precisExcite can be chosen as the default Shutter. This means that
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when "Auto shutter" is selected in the main window, it will
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automatically turn on (with the current channel and intensity
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settings) during a "Snap" or "Acquisition" and turn off immediately
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afterwards.
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The Trigger and TriggerSequence properties can be used for external triggering by TTL pulses.
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In the trigger sequence, channels are labeled "A","B","C","D", and a pause is denoted by "0" (zero).
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