Here is a list of the hardware I used: Stop laughing at my bracket Graham – it was a fence post bracket before I bent it into a Z shape and fixed to my ST80 focuser. It could all be smaller if I could: We have placed cookies on your device to help make this website better. You can adjust your cookie settings , otherwise we’ll assume you’re okay to continue.
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Ok so far so good – next I tried driving the focuser when attached to a SW ST80 using a direct shaft coupler – knock me down with a feather it works.
I started with the code from the above website and made the following changes: We have placed cookies on your device to help make this website better. Here is a list of the hardware I used: If you could do fous idiots guide for getting an Arduino talking to Ascom it would be greatly appreciated.
I’ll be adding documentation to the wiki over the next few weeks including parts list, schematic plus anything else I think is relevant.
Arduino ASCOM Focuser
It has some very clear explanations of what Ascom is all about. Register a new account. Posted June 15, Create an account or sign in to comment You asdom to be a member in order to leave a comment Create an account Sign up for a new account in our community.
Yes agree RB is very helpful. Share this post Link to post Share on other sites.
Removed the dependency on the AccelStepper library – I didn’t feel I asclm this capability for my geared Robofocus stepper motor. For anyone chomping at the bit, soldering iron in hand here is a sketch to show how to connect the stepper motor control board to the nano. I did join the yahoo group but couldn’t figure their focuser out.
Robert Brown’s Arduino ASCOM Focuser Pro DIY – AstroBin
Or sign in with one of these services Sign in with Facebook. As well as an Ascom driver there is a stand alone Windows program to control the focuser should some software not have inbuilt Ascom support. That would be great.
Focud shows the cutout section that slides over the dovetail bar on the ota.
Ive used Subversion for source code control as its what im most familiar with. It could all be smaller if I could: The only drawback so far is that I haven’t found an adhesive that sticks them reliably, so doy needs to be added by mechanical attachment: I used the TB shield and one of these http: I haven’t tried building it with any of the free ‘express’ versions of VS. There’s an SGL Focusers group on yahoo nothing to do with this forum that have the details on how to do this along with the ascom drivers and some software to control the motor.