Hardware Control Window
The Hardware Control window is the first screen that appears when TAG Heuer by Lynx is started. The main objective of this screen is to allow the operator to align and configure each TAG Heuer by Lynx camera before the start of a competition.
|Clicking this icon will open the Camera Settings dialog for the camera selected in the Camera listing.|
|or||1D Align Toggle 1D alignment mode on (GREEN) and off (RED) by clicking this icon.|
|or||2D Align Toggle EasyAlign Mode on (GREEN) and off (RED) by clicking this icon.|
|Check this box to toggle EVF on and off.|
- (Looking for TAG Heuer by Lynx Cameras.) Indicates that TAG Heuer by Lynx is configured to find and load TAG Heuer by Lynx cameras.
- (Not looking for hardware.) Indicates that TAG Heuer by Lynx is not trying to find and load TAG Heuer by Lynx cameras. When multiple computers are running TAG Heuer by Lynx on the same network, this setting should be used on all except the computer capture image. See Multi User Mode for details.
|Click to zoom out during Alignment mode.|
|Click to zoom in during Alignment mode.|
|Displays a relative reference number for the selected camera. The higher the number, the better the focus.|
|Displays the value of the Electronic Level in the selected camera.|
|Disabled. The Electronic Level option is not enabled on the selected camera. For Vision PRO, contact Lynx Sales to purchase this option.|
The region below the zoom icons, focus helper and level indicator is used to display the real-time image of TAG Heuer by Lynx cameras when alignment is turned on.
A vertical bar appears on the left side of the Alignment Zone and allows the operator to define horizontal areas on the image to be used as Enhance or Lanes regions.