INFO 22.483039 sec : Session log file /home/astroberry/.indi/logs/2020-08-01/indi_asi_wheel/indi_asi_wheel_20:22:00.log INFO 27.183566 sec : Detected 8-position filter wheel. DEBUG 27.647644 sec : Connect(): current filter position 1 DEBUG 27.654953 sec : Toggle Debug Level -- Messages
INFO 8.782018 sec : Session log file /home/astroberry/.indi/logs/2020-08-01/indi_asi_wheel/indi_asi_wheel_20:30:11.log DEBUG 9.451367 sec : Toggle Logging Level -- Driver Debug DEBUG 9.961709 sec : Toggle Logging Level -- Alignment Subsystem ERROR 21.832977 sec : Connect(): EFWOpen() = 4 ERROR 24.872418 sec : Connect(): EFWOpen() = 4 ERROR 25.692754 sec : Connect(): EFWOpen() = 4
1.25″ filters required to be: threaded shorter than 3mm in length, without threads less than 7mm in height
ChrisRowland wrote: Visual filters for imaging can give problems because they may let IR through. For example, the Baader visual OIII filter does this while the more expensive CCD OIII filter doesn't A crude test is to try to operate an IR remote through the filter. If you can it will let IR through.
DerPit wrote: One thing you can do is reverse the cover plate of the filter wheel. It's normally a bit sunk in the main body, if you mount it flipped it has a bit more clearance for the filters. It does change the physical thickness of the wheel though, i.e., you <em>might</em> have to adjust your backfocus if you use a corrector that is very sensitive to BF changes.