Maintenance Operations on an Athena Range

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Maintenance Operations on an Athena Range

Orion's Athena Maintenance form may be used to perform system operations on the Targets, Monitors, and Displays.

Opening the Athena Maintenance Form

To open the form, from the menu bar click on Athena -> Athena Unit Maintenance.

Maintenance Functions

Function

Explanation

Maintenance Mode

Puts the selected Targets into Maintenance Mode. In this mode the targets will not score any shots or report frame hits.

This function does not have any effect on Displays or Monitors.

Scoring Mode

Returns the selected Targets to Scoring Mode, where they will score shots and report frame hits.

This function does not have any effect on Displays or Monitors.

Disabling Simulation Mode

Targets can manually be put into a Simulation Mode, where none of the hardware features on the target runs (e.g. the Target Lift). Disabling the Simulation returns the targets to their normal operation.

Monitors can manually be put into Simulation Mode to allow the simulation of shots.

To disable simulation, for either Targets or Monitors, hold the SHIFT key down and click the Maintenance Mode button.

Target Hght. Standing

Sends a request to the Target to change its height to 1400mm. This is also the reset condition, that will always move the target lift up to its highest point (1400mm).

Target Hght. Kneeling

Sends a request to the Target to change its height to 800mm.

This function does not have any effect on Displays or Monitors.

Target Hght. Prone

Sends a request to the Target to change its height to 500mm.

This function does not have any effect on Displays or Monitors.

Set Target Lift Values

Opens a form to edit the setting values for the Target Lift on the selected Target. Only one Target may be selected at a time for this operation.

Set Tape Feed Values

Opens a form to edit the setting values for the Tape Feed on the selected Target. Only one Target may be selected at a time for this operation.

Self Diagnostic

Sends a request to the selected Targets, Monitors, and Displays to run a self diagnostic program. On the NC100 and NC200 this runs the optimize camera function. The Monitors and Displays have no self diagnostic program so this command is ignored.

Soft Reboot

Restarts the process on the selected Targets, Monitors, or Displays. Does not restart the Operating System.

Hard Reboot

Restarts the Operating System on the selected Targets, Monitors, or Displays.

After issuing this command, the EST Units purposefully will wait 60s before rebooting.

Shutdown

Powers off the selected Targets, Monitors, or Displays. To boot back up, the power must be recycled on the units.

After issuing this command, the EST Units purposefully will wait 60s before shutting down.


See Also

Network and Terminal Access to the EST Units