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DLPNIRNANOEVM: Alignment instructions for the slit

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Hello everybody,

we want to disassemble the lamp module at the NIRscanNano and attach a glass fibre to the slit. To do this we also have to remove the slit. This is glued with a white adhesive. If we now want to attach the slit with fiber to the NIRscanNano again, we have to align it again and then fix it. How can we do that? In the NIRscanNano GUI in the tab factory I found Slit Alignment. Does this help me and is there documentation or instructions about it?

Best regards,

  • Hello Michael,

    I am not sure if we have documentation on how to do this. Please let us look into it and we'll get back to you in a few days.



  • In reply to Kyle Rakos:

    Hi Michael, 

    We are still looking into this and will get back to you soon! Thanks for your patience. 

    Thanks & Regards,


  • In reply to Hirak Biswas:

    Hi Michael,

    We discussed internally about this and wanted to give you an update. The EVM, DLPNIRNANOEVM, is meant for evaluation of the DLP technology. There is limited support if you make any changes for different sampling technique due to complexity of these changes from HW and SW point of view.

    The good news is that our partner, Innospectra, has different variations of this EVM and they are also meant for prototyping and final production. Please see the below link. 


    They have multiple modules to support multiple sampling techniques using the same core design based on DLP2010NIR and DLPC150 – Transmissive, Reflective and Fiber Optics. Could you please review this and see if these options work.

    You can find their contact on the web page or you can email me at gurrapu@ti.com and I can introduce them directly to you. Please let us know if you’ve further questions on this.


    Srik Gurrapu

  • In reply to Srik Gurrapu:

    Hi Srik,

    Thanks for the update and it's a pity that you can't give us an explanation on how to adjust the slit. Then we'll take a closer look at the code.

    Best regards,