SDHCAL Slow control

Low voltage using ZUP power supplies

It can be access via a serial RS232 bus.Please follow the user manual to set it to remote access and give it an address.

The python class Zup in /data/online/python/ gives remote control to it.

As an example, here is the script to access the power supply at address 3 on serial port /dev/ttyUSB0 at 9600 bauds.

>> from zupctrl import *
>> z=Zup("/dev/ttyUSB0",9600,3)
>> z.ON()
>> z.USBPowerCycle()

The USBPowerCycle call, switch OFF/On and then check for any newly discovered FTDI chips (DIF) and change the associated device right access.

-- LaurentMirabito - 04-Apr-2011

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