1. Send a Powerup reset. This reset has to present for more than 1 ms in order to reset all register.
  2. Switch off the 2,5 V and Gol chip. Wait a little (ca. 1 ms).
  3. Switch on the 2,5 V. Wait a little (ca. 1 ms).
  4. Switch on the Gol chip. Wait a little (ca. 1 ms).
  5. Send a Powerup reset.
  6. Send a L0-reset.
  7. program the chips via IC.
  8. Send a L0-reset.
  9. Send a Evcnt-reset.
  10. Send a BXcnt-reset.

The last two points can be switched but should be send at least once. The last three points should be performed on every start of a run. After this all the counters on the chips should all have the same value. Note that no triggers should be sent during this procedure.

Warning:

  • Skipping the Powerup reset may cause different counter values although the corresponding reset has been issued.

  • If the Latency register of the OTISes have different values, the BXcnt can differ after a BXcnt-reset for several cycles during simultaneously send consecutive triggers.
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