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Re: Data Missing File Error #ExploreStars #G11

john macias <jdm5@...>
 

FF to 3:25
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K4EgrGjIhAo
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ES EXOS II GT WITH PMC-8
ES FCD1 Series 102mm f/7 Essential Aluminum Air-Spaced Triplet ED APO
YUNTAB H8 Android & NUVISION TM800W6 10L Windows 10 Tablets
ExploreStars Win & Android
ZWO ASI224MC USB 3.0 Color CCD with IR Cutoff Filter


Re: Data Missing File Error #ExploreStars #G11

Dave Cherry
 

Its been a while since I installed it but I think the other guys on here will tell you that you have to download the additional database file from the web site and place it in the explorer stars directory.

 

Without this database, the star alignment and other functions cannot work.

 

Regards

Dave

 

 

Sent from Mail for Windows 10

 

From: Jochi
Sent: 12 July 2020 09:23
To: MAIN@ESPMC-Eight.groups.io
Subject: [ESPMC-Eight] Data Missing File Error #ExploreStars #G11

 

[Edited Message Follows]

Hello,
I have a problem with the Explore Stars APP.
I have had an EXPLORE SCIENTIFIC LOSMANDY G-11 PMC-Eight for a year. So far, I control the mount via my Ipad, it works great.
In the future I want to control the mount using a laptop (Windows 10). I installed the app. Unfortunately I only get an error message "Data Files Missing".
I have reinstalled it several times and restarted the PC. Nothing worked. The buttons "UP, Down, Left, Right work so I can move the mount. Everything else buttons do not work. 2/3 Star Alligment, Messier Objects, Park Position etc.
I've tried a second computer, the same problem.
Can someone help me?

Greetings from southern Germany

 


--
Scopes: Sky Watcher 200PDS, Skywatcher 72ED
Mount: Explore Scientific PMC8 EXO2
Cameras: ASI 294MCPRO Coooled, Altair guide cam + 50mm scope
Software: Sharpcap Pro ,PH2, Stelarium Startools


Re: Data Missing File Error #ExploreStars #G11

jrichard333 <jrichard333@hotmail.com>
 

Good day Jochi,

 

1.       Did you download the ExploreStars database?

2.       Did you use the PCM8 configuration tool to download and install the database?

 

If so, here is the file structure for Windows ExploreStars.

 

JR

 

 

From: MAIN@ESPMC-Eight.groups.io [mailto:MAIN@ESPMC-Eight.groups.io] On Behalf Of Jochi
Sent: Sunday, July 12, 2020 3:17 AM
To: MAIN@ESPMC-Eight.groups.io
Subject: [ESPMC-Eight] Data Missing File Error #ExploreStars #G11

 

[Edited Message Follows]

Hello,
I have a problem with the Explore Stars APP.
I have had an EXPLORE SCIENTIFIC LOSMANDY G-11 PMC-Eight for a year. So far, I control the mount via my Ipad, it works great.
In the future I want to control the mount using a laptop (Windows 10). I installed the app. Unfortunately I only get an error message "Data Files Missing".
I have reinstalled it several times and restarted the PC. Nothing worked. The buttons "UP, Down, Left, Right work so I can move the mount. Everything else buttons do not work. 2/3 Star Alligment, Messier Objects, Park Position etc.
I've tried a second computer, the same problem.
Can someone help me?

Greetings from southern Germany


Data Missing File Error #ExploreStars #G11

Jochi
 
Edited

Hello,
I have a problem with the Explore Stars APP.
I have had an EXPLORE SCIENTIFIC LOSMANDY G-11 PMC-Eight for a year. So far, I control the mount via my Ipad, it works great.
In the future I want to control the mount using a laptop (Windows 10). I installed the app. Unfortunately I only get an error message "Data Files Missing".
I have reinstalled it several times and restarted the PC. Nothing worked. The buttons "UP, Down, Left, Right work so I can move the mount. Everything else buttons do not work. 2/3 Star Alligment, Messier Objects, Park Position etc.
I've tried a second computer, the same problem.
Can someone help me?

Greetings from southern Germany


Beta Version of the PMC-Eight Configuration Manager 1.0.4 Released for testing #OpenGOTOLive #ExploreScientific #VIDEO

Jerry Hubbell - Explore Scientific VP Engineering
 

Chris Moses has released the Beta version of the updated PMC-Eight Configuration Manager 1.0.4.  

You can find it here for download from the User Contributions File Directory
https://espmc-eight.groups.io/g/MAIN/files/User%20Contributions/PMC8_ConnectionManagerBeta104.zip

If you are interested, please download and test this version of the program and report any bugs in this thread.
I discussed this Beta release in yesterday's OpenGOTO Community Live! broadcast linked below:

OpenGOTO Community Live! Episode 25
https://youtu.be/ijWhBV3tfPo?t=880

Thanks!!
--
Jerry Hubbell
Vice President of Engineering

Explore Scientific, LLC.
jrh at explorescientific.com

www.explorescientificusa.com
1010 S. 48th Street
Springdale, AR 72762
1-866-252-3811

Author: Scientific Astrophotography: How Amateurs Can Generate and Use Professional Imaging Data
             Remote Observatories for Amateur Astronomers: Using High-Powered Telescopes From Home


Mark Slade Remote Observatory (MSRO) IAU MPC W54 Equipment
Wilderness, VA
Mounts
: ES PMC-Eight G11 + Telescope Drive Master (TDM)
Scopes: ES 165 FPL-53 ED APO CF, ES 102 FCD100 ED APO CF
Cameras:  QHY174M-GPS + FW, QHY163C
Misc: 3-inch 0.7x Focal Reducer Field Flattener, Filters: Luminance,
Red, V-band Photometric, Diffuser, 200 lpmm Spectral Grating

Software: MaxIm DL 6, Cartes du Ciel, Astrometrica, AstroImageJ, AutoStakkert!


File /User Contributions/PMC8_ConnectionManagerBeta104.zip uploaded #file-notice

MAIN@ESPMC-Eight.groups.io Notification <MAIN@...>
 

The following files have been uploaded to the Files area of the MAIN@ESPMC-Eight.groups.io group.

By: Jerry Hubbell - Explore Scientific VP Engineering

Description:
Beta release of the PMC-Eight Configuration Manager version 1.0.4. Extract into the directory of your choice and create a shortcut for the PMC8ConfigurationManager executable. Please report any bugs identified.


Re: going for advanced RC6 setup #astrophotography #EXOS2

zernikepolynomial
 

RC6's all weigh like 10-12 lbs. Im looking into off axis guiding and I already have a DSLR with an APS-C sized chip running 4.7 micrometer pixels for imaging. Apparently, this chip size is recommended for the FOV of the RC6.

But as far as the guide camera goes, I have not really decided on that. I have no issues with planning out my nights by setting the OAG angle ahead of time, to make sure there are guide stars, but I am not sure something like an ASI120mm will actually work with that. Its confusing because some people say it wont work, but then say that "it does not work" for them because they have to rotate the OAG.

Other larger pixel guide cams could be like the orion starshoot g3 mono. Its got large pixels. It can get kind of spendy after that, though.

0.5" - 1" RMS is about 3.3 - 6.6 micrometers at the RC6 focal length. With a 4,928 × 3,264 @ 4.7 micrometer pixel size camera, its not too bad for long exposures with that RMS. Its not like an SCT focal length.

As far as the algorithm stuff goes, I hoping that I end up with a tool that simply gives you a number at each step, and when you reach 0 it means perfection. And that you really only have to hit a key for continue while you play with the adjustment screws.

I have seen some people pay outrageous amounts for collimation tools with RC's, but there is no way around adjusting the primary and secondary using something like the DSI method, a star (artificial or not), and correcting the PSF in each region of the image. The other ways are just not as precise.


Re: Listen Live Today at 4 pm CDT, 5 pm EDT #OpenGOTOLive

Jerry Hubbell - Explore Scientific VP Engineering
 
Edited

On Thu, Jul 9, 2020 at 01:06 PM, Jerry Hubbell - Explore Scientific VP Engineering wrote:
Please join us today for the "OpenGOTO Community Live!" Episode 25
Today's show will be at 4:00 pm CDT, 5:00 pm EDT, and 2:00 pm PDT.


Join us today to talk about current topics on the forum and answer your live questions.

https://www.facebook.com/ExploreScientificUSA/
https://www.youtube.com/ExploreScientificOfficial

https://twitter.com/ExploreCS

I look forward to talking to you then.
On today's show we will be giving away your choice of a 52-degree eyepiece.
All you have to do is answer the question at the top of the show where the answer is found on the forum.

We will be discussing the Configuration Manager changes today along with some other topics.
 
--
Jerry Hubbell
Vice President of Engineering

Explore Scientific, LLC.
jrh at explorescientific.com

www.explorescientificusa.com
1010 S. 48th Street
Springdale, AR 72762
1-866-252-3811

Author: Scientific Astrophotography: How Amateurs Can Generate and Use Professional Imaging Data
             Remote Observatories for Amateur Astronomers: Using High-Powered Telescopes From Home


Mark Slade Remote Observatory (MSRO) IAU MPC W54 Equipment
Wilderness, VA
Mounts
: ES PMC-Eight G11 + Telescope Drive Master (TDM)
Scopes: ES 165 FPL-53 ED APO CF, ES 102 FCD100 ED APO CF
Cameras:  QHY174M-GPS + FW, QHY163C
Misc: 3-inch 0.7x Focal Reducer Field Flattener, Filters: Luminance,
Red, V-band Photometric, Diffuser, 200 lpmm Spectral Grating

Software: MaxIm DL 6, Cartes du Ciel, Astrometrica, AstroImageJ, AutoStakkert!


locked Re: Raspberry Pi

Mirko Gude
 

Hi Vince,

sorry, that was a little bit unclear written by me.

I used nc (netcat) via terminal and I could change to serial mode with „ESX!“. But after this, the wifi connection is lost and I don’t know how to switch back using the RPi4.

Regards, 
Mirko



Am 09.07.2020 um 19:43 schrieb Vince White <vnwhite@...>:

Mirko,

You should be able to connect to the PMC-Eight with Wifi on the RPI4 and send an "ESX!" command via Telnet to switch from Wifi to Serial, see page 39 of the developer reference.

As far as the FTDI programming, I don't thank there are any other options besides using Windows.

Vince
--

Mount: ES PMC-8 EXOS2-GT
Scopes: BRESSER 208mm f/3.9 Newt + ES HR Coma Corrector, Celestron C90 Mak, generic 50/191mm guide scope
Cameras:  Canon EOS RP, T7C (ZWO ASI120MC clone)
Misc: 2" Optolong L-eNhance filter, 2" Optolong UHC filter, Raspberry PI 4
Software: INDI + Kstars + EKOS, DeepSkyStacker, GIMP, Lightroom, Photoshop, SIRIL


locked Re: Raspberry Pi

Vince White
 

Mirko,

You should be able to connect to the PMC-Eight with Wifi on the RPI4 and send an "ESX!" command via Telnet to switch from Wifi to Serial, see page 39 of the developer reference.

As far as the FTDI programming, I don't thank there are any other options besides using Windows.

Vince
--

Mount: ES PMC-8 EXOS2-GT
Scopes: BRESSER 208mm f/3.9 Newt + ES HR Coma Corrector, Celestron C90 Mak, generic 50/191mm guide scope
Cameras:  Canon EOS RP, T7C (ZWO ASI120MC clone)
Misc: 2" Optolong L-eNhance filter, 2" Optolong UHC filter, Raspberry PI 4
Software: INDI + Kstars + EKOS, DeepSkyStacker, GIMP, Lightroom, Photoshop, SIRIL


locked Re: Raspberry Pi

Mirko Gude
 

Hi Vince,

thanks for the useful information! I set up a RPi4 with KStars and all these things by my own. But I’ve also prepared an other SD Card with Astroberry, which looks also very nice.. 

Unfortunately I have no access to my mounts at the moment, so I figured it out with Teleskop Simulator. My old mount is a IEXOS 100, but today the new EXOS-2 arrived, for this new one I’ve already bought a USB to serial cable with FTDI chipset. Next week I have the chance to go to my hometown and the I will try the new mount.

But there is one bigger problem left. As I don’t own a windows machine, I have to find a way to enable the serial mode via the RPi4. Do you have an idea about this? With the IEXOS 100 I figured it out (via a Macbook), but It would be nice, If I could do it with the RPi4. 
I know, updating the firmware is also a problem without windows, Thanks for the hint to invert the cable. It seems, that Windows is also necessary for this...

Thanks and best regards, 
Mirko

Am 09.07.2020 um 15:26 schrieb Vince White <vnwhite@...>:

Mirko,

I have been using a RPI4 to control a PMC-Eight for a while now.  You can do both serial or Wifi, however, I had issues with the RPI4 onboard Wifi not reliably connecting to the PMC-Eight, which was resolved when I used a Panda mini wireless N USB adapter (which is supported on the RPI4 Raspberry PI OS, so its truly plug-and-play).  To use the RPI4 to control the PMC-Eight via USB-Serial adapter, you'll need to buy and FTDI chip-set adapter cable and use the invert the DTR signal as described here.  To upgrade the PMC-Eight firmware, you'll need to use Windows and the PMC8Configuration Manager utility and you can also use this utility to easily switch between Serial and Wifi - I wouldn't recommend trying to do it by the command line.

Regarding whether to use VNC or not, the RPI4 is powerful enough to run KStars, INDI, EKOS locally, which is a benefit as you can do everything locally near the telescope and not need a computer tethered nearby.  Then you can VNC using a laptop or a VNC app on you cellphone.  I typically use the VNC app when initially adjusting my system and it is very convenient.  Check out the Astroberry project if you haven't yet, as it bundles everything nicely and is a good starting point.

One other comment is that RPI4 SD card interface is still fairly slow.  It takes a bit of effort to do, but I don't use the SD card at all on the RPI4 and instead boot/run off of an older Samsung EVO MSATA SSD with a USB 3.0 adapter - which is MUCH faster than using the SD card.  Only certain USB to SATA adapters work well with the RPI4, I'm currently using this one.  I'm also using this USB AC1200 wifi adapter with external antenna to get better Wifi reception since I have my RPI4 in a metal case, however, to use that adapter, you have to compile and install the kernel drivers yourself, which is complicated.  However, having both the external AC1200 Wifi and the SATA SSD lets me quicly transfer astro-photos to my main computer for post-processing at 15 - 20MB/s.  This also gives me a reliable connection to VNC to the RPI4, again, I was also having Wifi reception issues with the RPI4 in a metal case.

Regards,
Vince



--
Mount: ES PMC-8 EXOS2-GT
Scopes: BRESSER 208mm f/3.9 Newt + ES HR Coma Corrector, Celestron C90 Mak, generic 50/191mm guide scope
Cameras:  Canon EOS RP, T7C (ZWO ASI120MC clone)
Misc: 2" Optolong L-eNhance filter, 2" Optolong UHC filter, Raspberry PI 4
Software: INDI + Kstars + EKOS, DeepSkyStacker, GIMP, Lightroom, Photoshop, SIRIL


Re: Listen Live Today at 4 pm CDT, 5 pm EDT #OpenGOTOLive

Jerry Hubbell - Explore Scientific VP Engineering
 
Edited

Please join us today for the "OpenGOTO Community Live!" Episode 25
Today's show will be at 4:00 pm CDT, 5:00 pm EDT, and 2:00 pm PDT.


Join us today to talk about current topics on the forum and answer your live questions.

https://www.facebook.com/ExploreScientificUSA/
https://www.youtube.com/ExploreScientificOfficial

https://twitter.com/ExploreCS

I look forward to talking to you then.
--
Jerry Hubbell
Vice President of Engineering

Explore Scientific, LLC.
jrh at explorescientific.com

www.explorescientificusa.com
1010 S. 48th Street
Springdale, AR 72762
1-866-252-3811

Author: Scientific Astrophotography: How Amateurs Can Generate and Use Professional Imaging Data
             Remote Observatories for Amateur Astronomers: Using High-Powered Telescopes From Home


Mark Slade Remote Observatory (MSRO) IAU MPC W54 Equipment
Wilderness, VA
Mounts
: ES PMC-Eight G11 + Telescope Drive Master (TDM)
Scopes: ES 165 FPL-53 ED APO CF, ES 102 FCD100 ED APO CF
Cameras:  QHY174M-GPS + FW, QHY163C
Misc: 3-inch 0.7x Focal Reducer Field Flattener, Filters: Luminance,
Red, V-band Photometric, Diffuser, 200 lpmm Spectral Grating

Software: MaxIm DL 6, Cartes du Ciel, Astrometrica, AstroImageJ, AutoStakkert!


Re: going for advanced RC6 setup #astrophotography #EXOS2

Wes Mcdonald
 

Polynomial 

Well heck.  Why not.  But do yourself a favor and use a guide scope.  Exos2 pmc8 will guide to about 1”, some get better.  It also works better in some areas of the sky.  Exposures of 3 minutes and longer have round stars at focal lengths of 900-1000.  Understand, seeing conditions usually limit your resolution and thus a long focal length is not going to get you much for DSO.  Lucky imaging for planetary will be nice.  At long focal lengths your astrocamera is going to oversample like crazy, and you will likely want to bin the images (DSO).

Can’t wait to see what you come up with.  I have an SCT with pretty good collimation.  It isn’t hard to do with out of focus star images, visually.  Maybe your algorithm will be an advantage.  

How much does that RC weigh?

Wes

--
Wes, Southport NC
EXos2-GT PMC-8, iExos 100
ES ED 127, 10" LX200GPS+wedge, Astro-Tech 8" Newt, ETX-90, 60mm no-name guide scope ~ 260mm FL
Polemaster, Orion ST-80 and SAG, ZWO 290MM, D5300 astro modified
Nina, Bootcamped Mac Mini control computer, RDP to iMAC
110 amp hour lead acid deep discharge battery for field power
Electrical Engineer, Retired


locked Re: Raspberry Pi

Vince White
 

Mirko,

I have been using a RPI4 to control a PMC-Eight for a while now.  You can do both serial or Wifi, however, I had issues with the RPI4 onboard Wifi not reliably connecting to the PMC-Eight, which was resolved when I used a Panda mini wireless N USB adapter (which is supported on the RPI4 Raspberry PI OS, so its truly plug-and-play).  To use the RPI4 to control the PMC-Eight via USB-Serial adapter, you'll need to buy and FTDI chip-set adapter cable and use the invert the DTR signal as described here.  To upgrade the PMC-Eight firmware, you'll need to use Windows and the PMC8Configuration Manager utility and you can also use this utility to easily switch between Serial and Wifi - I wouldn't recommend trying to do it by the command line.

Regarding whether to use VNC or not, the RPI4 is powerful enough to run KStars, INDI, EKOS locally, which is a benefit as you can do everything locally near the telescope and not need a computer tethered nearby.  Then you can VNC using a laptop or a VNC app on you cellphone.  I typically use the VNC app when initially adjusting my system and it is very convenient.  Check out the Astroberry project if you haven't yet, as it bundles everything nicely and is a good starting point.

One other comment is that RPI4 SD card interface is still fairly slow.  It takes a bit of effort to do, but I don't use the SD card at all on the RPI4 and instead boot/run off of an older Samsung EVO MSATA SSD with a USB 3.0 adapter - which is MUCH faster than using the SD card.  Only certain USB to SATA adapters work well with the RPI4, I'm currently using this one.  I'm also using this USB AC1200 wifi adapter with external antenna to get better Wifi reception since I have my RPI4 in a metal case, however, to use that adapter, you have to compile and install the kernel drivers yourself, which is complicated.  However, having both the external AC1200 Wifi and the SATA SSD lets me quicly transfer astro-photos to my main computer for post-processing at 15 - 20MB/s.  This also gives me a reliable connection to VNC to the RPI4, again, I was also having Wifi reception issues with the RPI4 in a metal case.

Regards,
Vince



--
Mount: ES PMC-8 EXOS2-GT
Scopes: BRESSER 208mm f/3.9 Newt + ES HR Coma Corrector, Celestron C90 Mak, generic 50/191mm guide scope
Cameras:  Canon EOS RP, T7C (ZWO ASI120MC clone)
Misc: 2" Optolong L-eNhance filter, 2" Optolong UHC filter, Raspberry PI 4
Software: INDI + Kstars + EKOS, DeepSkyStacker, GIMP, Lightroom, Photoshop, SIRIL


Re: going for advanced RC6 setup #astrophotography #EXOS2

Bill Black
 

Hi Mr. Polynomial,
That's an interesting article. Do you think something along the lines of procedure 2 (balancing the image) would work for collimating an SCT?

This sounds like a neat project. I've never used an RC. I understand they can be excellent for astrophotography, but the collimation can be difficult. So something definitely worthwhile in your project, I think.

I'm guessing that one of the biggest hurdles you might face is getting a good guide star image with your off-axis guide camera. Long focal lengths can be difficult to use for getting a good tight guide star image. So you may want to think about putting a focal reducer on your guide camera, if possible (maybe 50%).

From the article, it sounds like you will be shooting 5 sec to 30 sec exposures through the main camera to try to smooth out the seeing conditions. I'm guessing the longer the exposure the better for that purpose. Your guiding exposures will probably be in the 1 sec to 2 sec range. So you won't have the same opportunity with the guider to smooth out the seeing conditions. Using a star field close to the Zenith would help with the seeing. I would stay away from anything below 50 degrees alt.
--

Bill
Location: Dallas, GA
Scopes:
 Celestron C8, AstroTech 80mm APO

Mounts: EXOS II PMC-Eight, LXD75

Cameras: ZWO ASI294MCPro, ASI385


locked Re: Raspberry Pi

Mirko Gude
 

Hi Bogdan,

that’s very interesting, maybe you can describe some details? After some attempts with "Mac OS only“ I’ve bought a Raspberry Pi (Model 4) and it looks very promising.

How do you connect the Raspberry with the PMC8? Wifi or serial? If serial, how do you switch the PMC8 to serial with the Raspberry Pi via command line?

And it is better to connect the Raspberry Pi via VNC and control KStars/Ekos over VNC? Or do you use a second KStar/Ekos installation which is connect with the Raspberry pi? (As I understood it, this is also possible)

If you could say something about this, that would be nice!

Best regards, 
Mirko



Am 08.07.2020 um 07:46 schrieb Irimie Bogdan <bogdanirimie@...>:

Hi Kent, all,

I'm also using Raspberry Pi 4 4gb with EKOS + Kstars with my  EXOS-2.
Doing all orchestration with it from polar alignment, plate solving, guiding and picture acquisition plan.
By now all is working really great.

Kind regards
Bogdan

On Mon, Jul 6, 2020 at 9:34 PM Pavel <pavel.vondricka@...> wrote:
Hi Kent,

I am also using RaspberryPi 4 (4GB) with the Astroberry distribution
with my iExos-100. At the moment for visual observation only, but...

I also made a DIY hand controller from an Arduino, a thumb joystick and
a small LCD display, usable to adjust the telescope, slew speed,
park/unpark, aso.
I added also a database of sky objects to select and go to from the
controller. Maybe not as fancy as just using SkySafari on a phone
screen, but a bit more fun for people who like customization and DIY
projects.

Best regards,
Pavel





Re: Exos-2gt pmc8 mount hypertune document..

Kevin Rea <reakevinscott@...>
 

Thank you..


going for advanced RC6 setup #astrophotography #EXOS2

zernikepolynomial
 

After a lot of thought, I am going to go for a more difficult setup to do mid-narrow field astrophotography and possibly some other experimentation. I'll be trying out the exos2-gt with the PMC-eight system with an RC6 and off-axis guider. I am not an astronomer, but I have enough optics experience that I should be able to handle collimation just fine. I think I would be a little embarrassed if I could not figure it out with my background. So its going to come down to how well this thing can guide at higher focal lengths, and I am super motivated to try it out.

One thing I want to do is write an algorithm to tell the mount to automatically shift through steps using the DSI collimation method when using an artificial star.

http://www.deepskyinstruments.com/truerc/docs/DSI_Collimation_Procedure_Ver_1.0.pdf

Then write another algorithm to compute the deviation from an ideal diffraction pattern outside of focus like in the DSI method.

I could probably write this in labview, but labview can be more of a pain despite it already having a lot of libraries for imaging.

I wish I could go bigger, but I am not "well to do" to say at least.


Re: Exos-2gt pmc8 mount hypertune document..

 

Kevin,

You might be speaking of this:

https://espmc-eight.groups.io/g/MOUNTS/files/EXOS2PMC8_TuningNotes_v1.pdf

It's a bit short of Hypertune.  No polish-stuff-to-a-mirror, or change bearings to exotics.  Just trying to make the factory-spec mount work a little better.  :-)

Just things like power train adjustments, balance, maybe a tripod tweak.  Enjoy!

--
Mounts: ES PMC-8 EXOS2
Scopes: SV 102EDT, ZWO 60/280 Guide
Cameras:  Nikon D5300, Altair GPCAM2 290M
Software: ASCOM, CdC, AstroTortilla, BYN Pro, Sharpcap, PHD2
Computer:  Thinkpad x230, Win7Pro/64


Exos-2gt pmc8 mount hypertune document..

Kevin Rea <reakevinscott@...>
 

Hi guys,
I heard there might be a document around somewhere that tells how to hypertune our new mounts?

Kevin Rea
Lancaster California USA

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