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The Sweep Analysis option in RBMware 4

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The Sweep Analysis option in RBMware 4

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    RBMware Sweep Analysis Option

    The Sweep Analysis option in RBMware v4.70 (or later) is for the purpose of displaying and manipulating the sine curve data uploaded from the UltraSpec Pro Align Plus and Vertical Align Plus DLP’s and the 2120 Pro Align Plus DLP. For the moment while research on how best to use this new feature is in progress, the Sweep Analysis option is intended for internal use and those customers that specifically request access to it.

Accessing the Sweep Analysis option

    When RBMware v4.70 (or later) is initially installed this option is disabled. To enabled it, edit the csi.ini file for the user the option is to be enabled and add the following line under the UltraAlg section:

    dosweepanalysis=1

Note

    If for example, the option is to be enabled for User#1, the csi.ini file for this user would be located

    under the RBMsuite\Users\User#1 directory.

When finished the UltraAlg section should look similar to the following:

    [UltraAlg]

    dosweepanalysis=1

    ready=1

    RIGHT=930

    BOTTOM=721

    LEFT=111

    TOP=130

    MAXIMIZED=0

    After the required line has been added and saved to the csi.ini file, the Sweep Analysis option can be accessed from the UltraAlign main menu (shown below under the Alignment Reports option).

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    Note

    If RBMware is reinstalled such that it overwrites the previous RBMware installation, the Sweep

    Analysis option will still be enabled.

Displaying Sine Curves

    To select and display a sine curve, select the Sweep Analysis option. The following screen is displayed.

Note

    Throughout this document Example.rbm will be used to explain the Sweep Analysis option. The last

    four jobs stored under the Unassigned (Global) Area contain sine curve data (reading) sets required to

    use the Sweep Analysis option. The HorzFulSwp and VerFullSWP job data was acquired from a full

    sweep while the HorzParSwp and VerParSWP job data was acquired from a partial sweep.