The fringe offsets on any given night will depend on the POP configuration and the daily alignment. The table below gives a range of values where the fringes have been found for each cart on multiple nights across different POP configurations. The ranges should at least provide a guide for how far one might need to look to find fringes. The relative offsets between any pair of telescopes can be calculated from the differences between the ranges.

Fringe offsets during 6T MIRC observations on 2017 Oct 26-27 (W2 as reference cart):

W1: -4.0 mm to 2.7 mm
S2: -0.3 mm to +0.6 mm
S1: -2.0 mm to +0.4 mm
E1: -3.0 mm to +2.4 mm
E2: -2.0 mm to +1.5 mm
W2: Reference Cart

NOTE: There might have been another baseline solution applied in August.

Fringe offsets during 6T MIRC observations on 2017 July 9-10 (W2 as reference cart):

W1: +5.6 mm
S2: +1.0 mm to +3.0 mm
S1: +0.8 mm to +3.1 mm
E1: +2.5 mm to +5.0 mm
E2: +1.0 mm to +3.1 mm
W2: Reference Cart

Fringes offsets during CLIMB fringe searching on 2017 July 4 (W2 as reference):
E1: -1450 um to -1600 um
E2: -1450 um to -1900 um
S1: +2900 um to +3230 um
S2: +3380 um to +3650 um
W1: -500 um to -750 um
W2: Reference Cart

NOTE: Theo ran a new baseline solution on 2017 June 08.

Fringe offsets during 6T MIRC observations on 2017 March 18 (W2 as reference cart):

W1: -15.9 mm to -18.4 mm
S2: 0.0 mm to -1.6 mm
S1: +0.5 mm to +1.1 mm (S1 fringe extrapolated from relative S1-S2 offset in previous configuration)
E1: +2.0 mm to +4.8 mm
E2: +3.3 mm to +6.5 mm
W2: Reference Cart

NOTE: AO optics were installed in all remaining beams during 2017 Jan-Mar.

Fringe offsets during 6T MIRC observations on 2016 June 18 - 2016 July 17 (W2 as reference cart):

W1: -3.4 mm to +1.6 mm
S2: +0.8 mm to +5.3 mm
S1: +1.0 mm to +5.9 mm
E1: +2.4 mm to +6.6 mm
E2: +1.4 mm to +5.3 mm
W2: Reference Cart