Mirror angle

Mirror angle

In reference to a viewer and an observed surface, the angle equal and opposite to the viewing angle.
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With a National Instruments PCI-7833R DAQ Board, two analog output channels send an X-axis and Y-axis coordinate to an X-Y galvanometer that changes the mirror angle for the laser-beam delivery.
Once the detector arm has been aligned to properly place the reflected beam on the camera, the mirror angle is then changed by a known offset to place the beam onto the detector.
An electronic memory gives drivers their unique preferences of seat height, mirror angle, temperature and favourite radio station at the touch of a button.
For each of them you can programme in the seat positions, the mirror angle, the radio stations, which will be set as they enter the car.
Two Linear Varying Differential Transformers (LVDT) measure the mirror angle.