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hardware:mark5.conditioning [2012/09/05 05:19]
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 When the routine completes , it will say how many seconds it took - **note this, to write on the side of the module**. Ensure the time taken is close to normal for that size module - if it is radically different - try conditioning the module again. When the routine completes , it will say how many seconds it took - **note this, to write on the side of the module**. Ensure the time taken is close to normal for that size module - if it is radically different - try conditioning the module again.
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 +If the script gets in a real tangle, you can usually ctrl-c it and then reset the Mark5 with: <​code>​ SSReset </​code>​ and try again.
  
 It is a good idea to do some [[hardware:​mark5.conditioning.postconchecks | post conditioning checks]] It is a good idea to do some [[hardware:​mark5.conditioning.postconchecks | post conditioning checks]]
  
 Mark5B manual is here : http://​www.haystack.mit.edu/​tech/​vlbi/​mark5/​docs/​Mark%205B%20users%20manual.pdf Mark5B manual is here : http://​www.haystack.mit.edu/​tech/​vlbi/​mark5/​docs/​Mark%205B%20users%20manual.pdf
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