Step 1: Point the units against one another using the camera stream on the GUI as best as you can by hand. Use the marker set during calibration as a guide.
Step 2: When both units are coarsely aligned, tighten the screws on the KORUZA v2 Pro joint as to fixate orientation.
3. Fine Alignment using the Graphical User Interface
Step 3: Once both units are fixated, connect to the management interface of each unit. When you access the interface, you should see the camera view and additional data about each unit. The RX Power field indicates received power on the unit and should be used as a main guide during alignment procedure.
Put the browser windows side by side for easier alignment.
Keep in mind that that movement of the unit has greater impact on the received power of the opposite unit than on the received power of unit being moved.
Step 4: Use the W, A, S and D keys on your keyboard or click on the buttons of the Primary Unit control section to align the KORUZA v2 Pro units. First, aim the centre of the red square to the centre of the unit to establish the link.
You can choose magnitude of single movement, by selecting Steps option above the camera view.
Step 5: Once the RX Power is greater than -25 dBm on both units, a link is established.
Step 6: Now, use the W, A, S and D keys to achieve the maximum receive power on the units.
Keep in mind that optimal position might not be when red square and the unit overlap.
3.1. Fine Alignment Strategy
Step 1: Try moving one of the units, say UNIT 1, left and right and stop at the position where most signal is received on the opposite unit, say UNIT 2. Try with Steps: 100.
Step 2: Once optimal position is located, move the same unit up and down and again stop at the position where most signal is received on the opposite unit.
Step 3: Repeat steps 1 and 2 on the opposite UNIT 2, now monitoring relieved signal on the UNIT 1.
Repeat steps 1, 2 and 3 until optimal signal is received on both units, reducing the steps magnitude in the process. Usually Steps 100 can be used on links up to 50 m and Steps 10 should provide sufficient accuracy for longer links.