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Laser View shows where the scanner is finding the laser in the camera's view.
Red is normal, magenta is bright, cyan is very bright. It is normal to have a mix of all three colors in the laser line. If the line is mostly cyan, lowering the MinLaserOn value in the Parameter Editor will allow a shorter laser exposure. Conversely, if the line is mostly red and data coverage is spotty, you can raise MaxLaserOn to allow a longer exposure.
Use the Scanner drop-down box to select which connected scanner to examine. If the selected scanner has more than one laser, use the Laser drop-down box to select which laser to examine. Laser 0 is the laser farthest from the camera.
Encoder Count is the current encoder value.
Laser On is the number of milliseconds the laser was on.
Time In Head is the current value of the scanner's internal clock.
Inputs is the binary representation of the scanner's isolated inputs.