A check on the slit width (blue and red) has been introduced. If science data are taken with a slit >=2.1 arcsec, a WAVE calib is needed with 1arcsec slit. The previous scheme was to take a WAVE calib with the same slit width which could cause issues with remnant on the detector (for ex. when taking WAVE with a 10arcsec slit)
DPR.CATG=="SCIENCE", DPR.TYPE like "OBJECT%" and DPR.TECH=="ECHELLE".
The following keys are used to define ECH setups:
DET.CHIPS 1 = Blue, 2 = Red Readout Mode from DET.WIN1.BINX,
DET.WIN1.BINY and DET.READ.SPEED. INS.MODE: Instrument mode BLUE|RED|DICHR#1|DICHR#2. INS.SLIT1.NAME: Slicer (SLIC#1, SLIC#2 or
SLIC#3) INS.GRAT1.WLEN (BLUE) or INS.GRAT2.WLEN (RED): Central
wavelength in nm, e.g. 346, 390 INS.SLIT2.WID (BLUE) or INS.SLIT3.WID (RED): Slit width in
arcs (2 digits)
For Red settings:
if DPR.TECH=="ECHELLE,ABSORPTION-CELL": Absorp_Cell_Red_ECH
FLAMES/UVES Multi-Object Spectroscopic (MOS) data
DPR.CATG=="SCIENCE", DPR.TYPE like "OBJECT%" and DPR.TECH=="MOS"
Only the RED arm is used for MOS observations.
The following keys are used to define FLAMES/UVES setups: Readout Mode: 225kHz,1x1,low always INS.SLIT3.MODE instrument mode: 6FIB|7+1FIB|8FIB INS.SLIT3.PLATE: Plate 1 or 2 INS.GRAT2.WLEN: Central wavelength in nm (520, 580, or 860)