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Cyra 2500

Post by Jason Warren » Sun Aug 01, 2010 6:17 pm

Hi everyone,
I am trying to decipher the information in a Cyra 2500 boot log shown below, and wondered if anyone could tell me whether the scanner has the latest firmware version? If the firmware is not the latest is it possible to download from anywhere and is it easy to apply?
8xx: Cyrax 2500 boot ROM, "Nov 7 2000" "18:01:13", release 1.1
8xx: Copyright (c) 1999, 2000, Cyra Technologies, Inc.
8xx: Reset Status Register: 0xC0000000

8xx: firmware (release 1.5) found at 0xFFC60000
8xx: 2 record(s), 438232 bytes, CRC-32 is E40ACB81
8xx: checking 436908 bytes to copy from 0xFFC60020 to 0x00000000
8xx: checking 1324 bytes to copy from 0xFFCCAAD8 to 0x00080000
8xx: found firmware start address of 0x00000100

8xx: press any key within 3 seconds to abort startup and enter the boot ROM
8xx: 3... 2... 1... 0...

8xx: Cyrax 2500 firmware, "Jul 16 2002" "11:46:09", release 1.5
8xx: Copyright (c) 1999, 2000, Cyra Technologies, Inc.
8xx: Reset Status Register: 0xC0000000
8xx: Processor board FPGA loaded from 0xFFC20014 with release 1.1
21k: Cyrax 2500 firmware, "Dec 12 2002" "13:28:41", release 1.16
21k: Copyright (c) 1999, 2000, Cyra Technologies, Inc.
821k: This is a CE machine.
xx: SHARC firmware found at 0xFFF80014, release 1.16
8xx: In src/tcf.c at 478, an assertion failed
8xx: In src/tcf.c at 531, an assertion failed

cyrax> 21k: attempting to arm laser (this may take a while...)
21k: Laser idle current set to 1100 mA
21k: Laser pulse current set to 1100 mA
21k: Laser cell temperature set to 27.000 øC
21k: Laser pump temperature set to 19.999 øC
21k: Laser enabled
21k: Laser armed
21k: attempting to configure shutters (this may take a while...)
21k: attempting to configure apertures (this may take a while...)
21k: Aperture of camera 1 positioned at 100% open
21k: Aperture of camera 2 positioned at 100% open
21k: Output shutter positioned at 100% open
21k: Requesting TIM FPGA
% El temp: 26.6500000, Az temp: 24.7500000
21k: Laser delay initialization.
Delays Init started 0.
21k: Starting histogram initialization
21k: Histogram samples 0, failures 0, good: 0, bad: 0
21k: Histogram samples 10000, failures 0, good: 0, bad: 0
21k: Histogram samples 20000, failures 0, good: 0, bad: 0
21k: Histogram samples 30000, failures 0, good: 0, bad: 0
21k: Histogram samples 40000, failures 0, good: 0, bad: 0
21k: Histogram samples 50000, failures 0, good: 0, bad: 0
21k: Histogram samples 60000, failures 0, good: 0, bad: 0
21k: Histogram samples 70000, failures 0, good: 0, bad: 0
21k: Histogram samples 80000, failures 0, good: 0, bad: 0
21k: Histogram samples 90000, failures 0, good: 0, bad: 0
21k: Histogram init complete, 0 failed points
21k: Laser clocks 144.3000000, avg 155.0500000, std 6.5499999, min 141.5500000, max 628.1500000
firing laser
Getting one data point.
range, start, stop, flag are: 71.8041992 -297 2380 0
21k: Avg start pulse -256.2799987, std dev 16.2154369
Holdoff cal return is 0, residuals are 0.0000000 0.0000000 0.0000000.
First and second fiber pulses are at 71.7957916 and 223.0042877, actual is 0.0000000
Max pulse that can be seen is 2
Using pulses 1 and 2.
For pulse 1, max intensity is 2393, min intensity is -1887.
For pulse 2, max intensity is 1449, min intensity is -1899.
-1 -1 -1 -1 -1 %matlab
0 1 72.5918960 -256 -1756 %matlab
Additionally, what does the following mean?
821k: This is a CE machine.
and should I be concerned with
xx: SHARC firmware found at 0xFFF80014, release 1.16
8xx: In src/tcf.c at 478, an assertion failed
8xx: In src/tcf.c at 531, an assertion failed
Any help would be much appreciated....indeed if anyone has any technical documentation on the Cyra 2500 I would be very interested to hear from you. ;)
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Re: Cyra 2500

Post by Alexander Freydin » Tue Aug 03, 2010 10:25 am

Hi Jason!

What the intersting topic :D
The firmware version you are looking in the next strings (marked in bold):
8xx: firmware (release 1.5) found at 0xFFC60000
8xx: 2 record(s), 438232 bytes, CRC-32 is E40ACB81
8xx: checking 436908 bytes to copy from 0xFFC60020 to 0x00000000
8xx: checking 1324 bytes to copy from 0xFFCCAAD8 to 0x00080000
8xx: found firmware start address of 0x00000100

8xx: press any key within 3 seconds to abort startup and enter the boot ROM
8xx: 3... 2... 1... 0...

8xx: Cyrax 2500 firmware, "Jul 16 2002" "11:46:09", release 1.5
Jason Warren wrote:Additionally, what does the following mean?
821k: This is a CE machine.
It is mean what version of Cyrax2500 you use. There has been 2 versions, which have a differences only in scan density.
Please, take a look on two leaflets:
2500.pdf
And CE version:
2500CE.pdf
Maybe I'm wrong, But I had heard normal version shipped only inside US. There are some safety regulation conserning density of scanning. BUT! Maybe I'm wrong.


I found at my computer one one file with formware. Maybe it will help you:
2500_firmware_upgrade.zip
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Re: Cyra 2500

Post by Jason Warren » Tue Aug 03, 2010 9:37 pm

Hi Alex,

Thats great, thank you for this information ;)
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Re: Cyra 2500

Post by pavel.pexa » Sun Nov 16, 2014 7:39 pm

8xx: Cyrax 2500 boot ROM, "Sep 25 2001" "12:23:23", release 1.3
8xx: Copyright (c) 1999, 2000, Cyra Technologies, Inc.
8xx: Reset Status Register: 0xC0000000

8xx: firmware (release 1.5) found at 0xFFC60000
8xx: 2 record(s), 438232 bytes, CRC-32 is E40ACB81
8xx: checking 436908 bytes to copy from 0xFFC60020 to 0x00000000
8xx: checking 1324 bytes to copy from 0xFFCCAAD8 to 0x00080000
8xx: found firmware start address of 0x00000100

8xx: press any key within 3 seconds to abort startup and enter the boot ROM
8xx: 3... 2... 1... 0...

8xx: Cyrax 2500 firmware, "Jul 16 2002" "11:46:09", release 1.5
8xx: Copyright (c) 1999, 2000, Cyra Technologies, Inc.
8xx: Reset Status Register: 0xC0000000
8xx: Processor board FPGA loaded from 0xFFC20014 with release 1.1
21k: Cyrax 2500 firmware, "Jul 16 2002" "11:18:15", release 1.15
21k: Copyright (c) 1999, 2000, Cyra Technologies, Inc.
8xx: SHARC firmware found at 0xFFF80014, release 1.15
8xx: In src/tcf.c at 478, an assertion failed
8xx: In src/tcf.c at 531, an assertion failed

cyrax> 21k: In ssu.c at 135, an assertion failed

Hello, can anybody help with this issue? The result is that F1 red diode under ethernet will turn red and the scanner is not able to work properly.
Thank you, Paul

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Re: Cyra 2500

Post by Jason Warren » Mon Nov 24, 2014 11:33 am

Hi Pavel,
Can you connect to the scanner DIAG port via HyperTerminal and post the full boot up sequence text?
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Re: Cyra 2500

Post by pavel.pexa » Wed Nov 26, 2014 3:53 pm

Hello Jason,
I can do it again, but in my previous post you can see the whole log, ending this:
cyrax> 21k: In ssu.c at 135, an assertion failed

nothing else.

Ethernet not enabled after power ON, but can be switched on by diag port.

F1 red diode switched ON after few seconds.

Also I can do some videos how it "works" after powering on.

Thank you, Paul

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Re: Cyra 2500

Post by Jason Warren » Thu Nov 27, 2014 5:17 pm

Hello Pavel,
I have sent you a pm, hope it helps.
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Re: Cyra 2500

Post by ntrip » Tue Sep 19, 2017 8:01 pm

Hello we have a Cyrax 2500 at my department. It has been stored for a few years and I'm trying to determine if it's still usable. As with the post above we're able to connect using Cyclone Viewer if the ethernet is enabled using ENET in diagostic mode. However the F1 red LED turns on after the bootup sequence and we're getting similar error messages when we try to scan.

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Re: Cyra 2500

Post by ntrip » Mon Aug 20, 2018 7:20 pm

I'm sending our Cyrax 2500 to our university salvage store this week. If anyone wants it it will be for bid (presumably very cheap) sometime later this year.
http://pm-pw02.ist.berkeley.edu/instore.php

I think the board networking might be fried (couldn't get it to connect) but the mirror is intact.

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