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en:hardware:red:operation:user_interface [2018/08/15 22:20]
gerbold [LEDs]
en:hardware:red:operation:user_interface [2020/04/29 01:28]
gerbold [Web-Interface]
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 ====== User Interfaces ====== ====== User Interfaces ======
-original source((Documentation System RED, chapter 5.2[[http://​en.blitzortung.org/​Compendium/​Documentations/​Documentation_2014-05-11_Red_PCB_10.4_PCB_12.3_PCB_13.1_PCB_14.1.pdf|Documentation System ​Red]]))+original source(([[http://​en.blitzortung.org/​Compendium/​Documentations/​Documentation_2014-05-11_Red_PCB_10.4_PCB_12.3_PCB_13.1_PCB_14.1.pdf|Documentation System ​RED]], chapter 5.2))
 ===== Web-Interface ===== ===== Web-Interface =====
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 Figure 53: The live signal view of the web-interface Figure 53: The live signal view of the web-interface
 +There are two pairs of white dotted lines on the signals page. The are roughly at +/-100mV and +/-500mV. These have no special meaning, but it gives an idea about the scale without looking at the y-axis. If you look at your signals on the server, you'll see two solid white lines which are not sent by your controller, and these happen to lie at the same '​amplitude'​ points.... that '​100mv'​ based '​relative gain' (along with the 1PPS signal) is the reference that keeps our signal strengths and timings '​relative'​ to each other in the digital world.
 ===== LEDs ===== ===== LEDs =====