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INDI Library v2.0.6 is Released (02 Feb 2024)

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Replied by Giles on topic Post your INDI Setup!

A weather station?
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Replied by Mohamed on topic Post your INDI Setup!

Hi Max, It is my DIY Allsky camera
Its public link is allskycam.mhammady.info/01/

It helps me in planning (and weather)
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Replied by Mohamed on topic Post your INDI Setup!

No, it is my all-sky cam. My weather station is still WIP. didn't get enough free time lately :(
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Hey! What's your all sky camera setup? Was looking to make one.
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Replied by Andreas Meyer on topic Post your INDI Setup!

Hi community!Here is my setup:Camera: canon600daimaging-scope: LACERTA 72mm FPL-53 ED-APOMount: iexos100pmceightGuide: asi120mc-s SVBONY Mini 135Brain: RPi 4 4GB with Stellarmate
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Replied by Kurt Bierbaum on topic Post your INDI Setup!

This my setup.

I replaced the original HEQ5 tripod with my diy aluminum stand. It allows an easier horizontal adjustment, a better orientation to the north and carries all accessories. The second image shows my Raspi setup with my diy raspy housing (quick and dirty!) carrying beside the raspy also a waveshare motor HAT board which is driven by Kevin Ross' driver and a temperature controlled fan . The focuser is driven by a NEMA 14 stepper motor. The 2nd image also shows my diy dewheater. I am planning to make it temperature controlled soon. The whole rig is powered by a 12V/6A power supply attached to the stand.
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Replied by Chris Kuethe on topic Post your INDI Setup!

AZ-GTi with various bits of home-brew
* 3d-printed bracket to hold the raspberry pi and power supply, air duct for cooling fan, GPS holder, box for homebrew 12V UPS
* counterweight bar and tripod
* aluminum rail for the guide scope shoe
* external antenna mod for raspberry pi
* eqmod cable
* 12V power harness with XT30 connectors
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Replied by Hartmut on topic Post your INDI Setup!

One of my SetUps.
- This one with TS EDPH II 61/274mm (incl. Flattener)
- on EQ6R-PRO
- OMEGON veTEC533c with Optonlong L-eNhance or IDAS LPS-D3 filter
- SVBONY 165 with ASI120MM-Mini
- RPi4 Astroberry with external SSD
- additional Router (Repeater) TP-Link
- GPS on one leg
- 230V to 12V Box



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My Ekos-Setup:

- TS Triplet APO 80/f6 with 0.8 Flattener/Reducer
- ZWO ASI533 MC Pro
- ZWO ASI 120MM Mini for tracking
- ZWO EAF Focuser
- Dew cap heaters for APO and guidescope
- Dell Optiplex with UbuntuServer 22.04 LTS & Indiserver
- Remote-operated by KStars & Ekos installed on a notebook and a Desktop-PC
- Image Processing with PixInsight

The telescope is on a mobile platform and parked in the house between observing sessions.



Attached is also my first completely processed Ekos - astro image (Comet C2022 E3 ZTF), cropped and downscaled.

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Replied by Jean-Luc on topic Post your INDI Setup!

Hello all,
Some settings here are really awesome !
In comparison, mine is much more modest :
- carbon tripod given for 20 kg load
- equatorial mount from e-bay
- customised Star-adventurer classic
- laser pointer (fine previously when using SLR, nearly quite useless with cam)
- Nikon lenses (here the Nikkor Reflex 500mm f/8)
- RPi4B 8 / 256 GB / SM OS
- homemade 10000 mA battery for the RPi
- 4xUSB hub
- 5000 mA battery for the hub
- newly bought ZWO ASI183MC classic - I better have stayed with my SLR !
The PI, batteries and hub are assembled with velcro and attached to the mount with velcro too.
I am now in search of a USB to SSD adapter in the style of the one in attachment, that could allow me to get rid of the SD card and could be attached to the hub.
I admit I dont know which criterions have t be taken into account.
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Replied by Bart on topic Post your INDI Setup!

I recently got my very mobile setup up and running:
It's a William Optics Star71 (5 element flat field apo) with a 294MC pro mounted on a iOptron HEM15 and controlled by stellarmate on a Raspberry pi4.
I have two filters with this setup to choose from:
- Antlia ALP-T duo narrowband
- IDAS LPS filter for RGB imaging.

I made the carbon fiber guidescope myself (it's -very- lightweight!)
And also the focuser & controller. (Direct drive, usb powered)
The dew heater is adjusted by a simple pwm motor controller.

I use a powertank out in this field. For travel, I'm using 100 Wh powerbanks that output 12 V (power delivery).
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