The Module command creates and manipulates instances of slow
control devices. It must appear in the control configuration script
rather than the daq configuration script. The create
subcommand creates an object with the specified
name. The ORDERING OF TYPE AND NAME ARE OPPOSITE
THAT OF VMUSBREADOUT!!! Currently the following device types
A CAEN C894 16 channel leading edge discriminator.
A Phillips Ph7106 leading edge discriminator.
Allows a remote client to execute stacks on the CC-USB controlled by this CCUSBReadout program. (The CCCUSBRemote class serves as the remote client.)
The config subcommand configures the named module.
In most cases the configuration of a slow control module is pretty
minimal as the assumption is that there is a slow control
panel associated with the device. Typical configuration consists
-slot which provides the CAMAC slot in which
the module is installed and a
-file which provides
the initial settings of the device (the file is usually maintained
by the control panel). Note that the ph7106
currently only supports the
(This code was contributed by Lakshmi SoundaraPandian of the
University of Massachussets Lowell).
The cget subcommand retrieves the configuration of the named modules as a well formatted Tcl list of name value pairs where the name is an option name and the value is the value of that option. e.g.