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ZWO ASI CAM are recognized but not connected

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Hi!
I have tested with an older Odroid and on that one my ASI1600MM connects without problems. On my newer Odroid it doesn't connect but the filter wheel which is connected through the camera works so it is definitely a driver issue.
Erland
1 year 6 months ago #48481

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Does the older Odroid have an older version of KStars? if yes, what version is that?
Wouter van Reeven

ASI6200MM and 7 slot 2" filter wheel with a SkyWatcher Esprit 80 ED on a SkyWatcher HEQ5-Pro
ASI1600MM-Pro Cooled and 5 slot 1.25" filter wheel with an 8" TS Ritchey-Chrétien on a SkyWatcher EQ6-R
1 year 6 months ago #48483

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The older Odroid have version 3.3.2.
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I have just come across this exact problem on my RPi4. When I connect them directly to my Mac they work. Also, other ZWO cameras work (like the new 2600MC-Pro), but I can't get the 1600 to connect. Any solution here yet?
-Andrew
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Hi,
same case here ; RPI4 with Pegasus UPB, eqmod, and 3 zwo (294mcpro, 120mc, 224mc) recognized but not connected ; SM and kstars just updated on 3.4

I have changed the port (on the UPB and directly on the rpi4) , try a new config with autoscan (all ok) but my cams still not connected.


I tried by SM webmanager and kstars on my PC (Windows 3.9) ; exactly the same...no cams connected :(


All worked fine before the update.


Best
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I am using a Pi4 with all the latest updates to today 01/02/2020 and my ZWO ASI120MM works ok.
However my ZWO ASI183MC-PRO, although recognised, when I try to connect to it using oacapture or CCDciel crashes both applications.

I'm not sure where the crash logs are as /var/logs/messages does not contain any log of the crash. Happy to submit logs if you can tell me where they are.

Terry
Scopes: William Optics ZenithStar 73, William Optics ZenithStar 103, Skywatcher 200P reflector. Mount: Skywatcher HEQ5 Pro Rowan. Guiders SW9x50 and WO 50 Uniguide both with ZWOASI120MM, Cameras: Canon EOS400D astro-modded, ZWO ASI 183MC-Pro OSC, ZWO ASI 183MM Pro mono Filters: IDAS D2, Altair Ast
1 year 5 months ago #48808

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Hi,
Originally I started this thread. Since than I changed and or updated everything from laptop OS to RPIs OS versions. For now it works with RPI4 beta and stable but still not wit RPI3.
So I bought me another RPI4, but could not Test because of time.
I recognized an ASI CCD update from 1.5 to 1.6. But I could not select it from the list, I mean it was shown but not clickable.
Is Jasem or somebody else working on this issue?

Thanks in advance

GUnter
1 year 5 months ago #48830

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Mine stopped working on the RPi4 running stellar mate 1.5. I just flashed and updated to 1.6 and it's working fine now. Kind of sucks to have had to do that, but at least it's working. Strange that it had been working fine, then all of a sudden it stopped. It must have been one of the software updates that broke it.
-Andrew
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Hi,

as mentioned, I was not able to update to 1.6 out of the systems update procedure. Where can I find the image of 1.6? Is it on the StellarMate customer site?

Bye Gunter
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Log into the STELLARMATE site, then go to downloads, find your invoice, and there will be a download link on it for both Rpi3 and Rpi4, make sure you get the right version.
-Andrew
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Andrew, do you mean v1.46? That is what is showing for me when I log into my account on the Stellarmate site. BTW, I have the same problem as others in this thread, two zwo cameras recognized but won't connect.
-Brian

NanoPC-T4 - Armbian focal
iOptron CEM25P mount
Photoline 80mm triplet refractor
ZWO ASI294MC Pro Imaging camera
ZWO ASI290MM mini Guide camera
ZWO ASI EAF focuser

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Yep, sorry. That's what I meant. Flashing the drive with the new image reset everything, and I can now image with all my cameras again.
-Andrew
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