sis3820 create name base ?option value...?
sis3820 config name option value ...
sis3820 cget name
Creates and configures the SIS3820 32 channel scaler for use in
a stack. The create subcommand creates a new
module with a base address of
name which will be used to refer
to this module in later configuration commands.
The scaler readout will result in an array of 32 channels
of scaler data placed in the buffer. The first longword of this
data is channel 0, the last, channel 1, unless the scaler in in
-timestamp mode in which case the data are three
longwords that consist of channel 0, channel 16 and the high bits
register that has the top 16 bits of each of those channels as
a 48 bit scaler. In the timestamp mode, the scaler values are
latched when a logic signal arrives on control input 1, because
the module is configured for control input mode 1.
The config sub-command configures the options
for the scaler
name. The configuration
is expressed as a series of one or more
option value pairs. Options may have
default values and are validity checked to ensure that
valid values are supplied. See OPTIONS below for more information
about the option keywords that are supported and their legal values.
The cget sub-command returns the current module
configuration. The configuration is returned as a Tcl list of
option value pairs. See
OPTIONS below for a description of the options ans values
that are returned. You should not rely on the list being in any
specific order. While the list will have a deterministic order,
if additional option keywords are added later on, this order may
Allows you to override the initial base address of the module, specified when the module was created.
on | off
If this option is true, the scaler is read in timestamp mode as
2 48 bit scalers. If false (the default), 32 bits are read for
each channel. This defaults to off.
Note that normally if
-timestamp is on,
this module will be put in the event stack.
The example below configures an SIS 3820 scaler to have a base address of 0x38000000