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Interface to the Verdi laser

Project Description

Overview

This package can be used to drive a Verdi laser using RS232

Installation

  • You need to connect the verdi laser to the computer using a RS232 port or a USB to RS232 converter.
  • Identify the serial port on which the laser is connected (‘COM..’ on windows, ‘/dev/…’ on linux).
  • You need to have the pyserial package installed.

Usage

from PyCoherentVerdi import VerdiDriver
verdi = VerdiDriver(port='COM7')
print verdi.power # print the measured power
print verdi.set_power # print the set power
verdi.set_power = 15.6 # set the power to 15.6 watts

verdi.list_cmd(['power', 'baseplate_temperature']) # Returns a dictionary with the values of the parameters in the list
verdi.read_all_parameters() # Returns a dictionary with the values of all the parameters

Contact

Please send bug reports or feedback to Pierre Clade.

Version history

Main changes:

  • 0.2 Initial relase
Release History

Release History

This version
History Node

0.2

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