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support:tcspc_external_markers [2019/01/08 14:06]
sisamakis [Step 3: Make the connection]
support:tcspc_external_markers [2019/07/09 15:39] (current)
oschulz
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 Assuming that you get the cable connection etc. You will be able to work in T3 mode , markers will be registered in the raw data but still you will have to construct a home - build software if you  want to have some online preview on the image while scanning and also extract the data you would like to use during the analysis. ​ Assuming that you get the cable connection etc. You will be able to work in T3 mode , markers will be registered in the raw data but still you will have to construct a home - build software if you  want to have some online preview on the image while scanning and also extract the data you would like to use during the analysis. ​
-For this you should use the DLL of the corresponding TCSPC module and control its acquisition parameters. Please note that the DLL option is enabled by default only for the HydraHarp and should be purchased as a seperate module for the Timearp ​and the PicoHarp. For further infos and ideas have a look in[[ http://​tcspc.com/​doku.php/​software]].+For this you should use the DLL of the corresponding TCSPC module and control its acquisition parameters. Please note that the DLL option is enabled by default only for the HydraHarp ​400 and the MultiHarp 150 and should be purchased as a seperate module for the TimeHarp 260 and the PicoHarp ​300. For further infos and ideas have a look in[[ http://​tcspc.com/​doku.php/​software]].
  
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