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[Solved] First callibration freeze, network loss and scan fail


powerlines2000
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Hi

Little confused as to what to do.

I have just built and set up my Fabscan and gone to do the first calibration.

  • The FabScan is connected to a laptop via LAN (Wifi not available at the moment)
  • I can connect via browser (fabscanpi.local) and all works as expected.
  • I can connect via PuTTy and watching the log.
  • Calibration starts and say's I have 11mins (or 5mins depending on which time I have tried)
  • Then at about halfway through the process, the network port drops out and everything freezes.
  • The Pi then requires a 30sec power cycle to reactivate the LAN port.

This happened 4 times.

The 5+6 times it went further and came up "calibration finished", I then went to do my first scan and it said, "Scanner not calibrated".

Any help appreciated.

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mario
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Posted by: @powerlines2000

The 5+6 times it went further and came up "calibration finished", I then went to do my first scan and it said, "Scanner not calibrated".

 

I guess you are using one Laser. Check your default.config.json file and set number of Lasers to 1 (default in the config is 2, since the latest release). Restart the Server with 

sudo systemctl stop fabscanpi-server

and 

sudo systemctl start fabscanpi-server

then do a recalibration. And start the scan process again.

- Mario

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powerlines2000
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Hi

Thank you that worked.

 

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