When we installed a new lens, the WCU-4 or CForce motor pressed CAL, which caused the CForce motor to bite, and the lens focus could only be controlled from the WCU-4.
Is there any way to allow photographers to turn the lens focus after CAL without using WCU-4 or unplugging the CForce motor?
If the operator wants to control focus you either need to pull the motor from the lens and manually adjust focus by the barrel of the lens, or use a OCU-1 which is a small wheel that you attach to camera and is plugged in via L-Bus cable to LCUBE and it allows the operator to override WCU-4 control and control whatever axis you choose with the OCU-1. You should not torque a motor by manually adjusting focus on the barrel of the lens.
I use a lot that function for iris. I put iris motor, for read the info on my WCU4 and calculate the deep of field, but on WCU4 menu, I desactívate the iris function of slider. So the motor gears to lens work like a encoder, the info still showing on monitors and WCU4, but the iris barrel can adjust with hands. the motor light flashing red/green, because it’s calibrated but don’t have device for control it.
I use that function too when I go on Russia a arm or Fligth-head on helicopter, and the zoom motor must be go trough joystick but usually the info of that motor deducted for zoom don’t has info. So I put two motors on zoom barrel, one for move the zoom trough joystick and console from flight-head and the second one with LDA info turning of the function on WCU4, working only for encode the lens info.
Menu/control setup/slider/off (for iris)
menu/control setup/stick/off (for zoom)
always keep Knob function for focus.