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System analysis

options


parameter option comment
analysis surface Surface for light analysis
wavelength Considered wavelengths for most of calculations
field Considered fields for most of calculations
display plan Display plan for "2D ray tracing" and "paraxial conjugation"
first surface First surface displayed in ray tracings
last surface Last surface considered for calculations (including ray tracings)
reference Rays reference for "spot diagram" and "encircled energy"
rays density Related to the maximum rays number for calculations
airy disk "Airy Disk" displayed or not in "spot diagram"
type of fan Different projections axis for "ray aberrations" (see "ray aberrations tutorial")
type of encircled energy
PSF cut-out axis
object X X coordinate of the object in the object plane for "one ray calculation"
object Y Y coordinate of the object in the object plane for "one ray calculation"
norm. X on pupil normalized X coordinate of the incident ray on the object pupil for "one ray calculation"
norm. Y on pupil normalized Y coordinate of the incident ray on the object pupil for "one ray calculation"
Dir. cosine X director cosine of the incident ray in X direction for "one ray calculation"
Dir. cosine Y director cosine of the incident ray in Y direction for "one ray calculation"
ray direction Director cosine or normalized coordinate to define the incident ray direction for "one ray calculation"
rotation X Rotation along X axis by default for "3D texture ray tracing" and " 3D wireframe ray tracing"
rotation Y Rotation along Y axis by default for "3D texture ray tracing" and " 3D wireframe ray tracing"
rotation Z Rotation along Z axis by default for "3D texture ray tracing" and " 3D wireframe ray tracing"
rotation order Order of rotations by default for "3D texture ray tracing" and " 3D wireframe ray tracing"
vignetting Vignetted rays displayed or not in "2D ray tracing"
links Defines if links between surfaces are automatically or manually defined - concerns "paraxial conjugation" and ray tracings
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