All Cameras and the Camera Controls can be wired in a queue. Here all sensors use the same clock and so they are set to work parallel. So an easy way of simultaneous reading is accomplished, where the signals can be further calculated afterwards (i.e.: divided for I/I0 measurements).
The sensors can be located close together behind one spectrometer (only PDAs: if they have a small case that they fit there) or they can be located behind 2 separated spectrometers. For most spectrometers the vertical distance between the 2 spectra may not be more then 14mm, so the separate version is preferred.
Double Line Board
The 2 sensors can be located on one double line sensor board mounted behind one spectrometer (only the PDAs). Advantage: both rays use the same optical components.
Two separated Single Line Boards
It is also possible to mount 2 single line sensor boards behind 2 separated spectrometers, if the case of the sensor is too big to place them beneath each other.
Double/Multiple Line Cameras
The lower speed cameras can be linked in a queue connected to one PCIE interface board. At one end must be the interface board. It is possible to link up to 8 cameras in a line. All cameras in a chain are exposed parallel with one trigger which is inserted in the PCIe boards trigger input, so that they run exactly parallel.
Setup for Double Line Function of series FL3030(50kHz line rate)
In case you setup a Double Line System for I/I0 calculations with line rates up to 50kHz, you must use 2 PCIE interface boards to reach the maximum speed of 50 kHz. The trigger input of both interface boards must be wired together and the software has to be set to external trigger mode.