HelgeMK wrote: Hi Craig,
I am not sure if useful, I followed those instructions when "rebuilding" the moonlite focuser - see this link:
In the library for the LM335 (lm335-cpp), which is used here as sensor, the following formula is applied (to the end of the lib), maybe you can leverage:
return (500.0*analogRead(this->aquisitionPin)/1024.0) - 273.15;
Thanks for your answer!
I think about how to automatize my installation and I found in Ekos an option to close a cap to perform the Dark/Bias and Flat field.
I attached a screenshot of the windows for more clarity.
My question is quite simple: How does it work? Which drivers are used?
I didn't find any topic on this subject.
I plan to add a servo and a flat field screen. Is it possible to use a custom driver for that? (I plan to use an Arduino)
Few weeks ago I found my old Toucam Pro. I just tried it again after years! It works!
I recorded a ser file and it is in black and white when I open it with Registax.
The Video4Linux driver work for this cam in YUV format. To have some RGB a convertion should be done, I suppose that here the images are stored in the ser file have only the luminance layer (It is the green channel which has the resolution of the sensor). The red and blue channel are 4 time smaller.
Thanks for the reactivity!
Just a newbie question: The source code is recompiled every night or we have to recompile kstars by ourself?
I just did an
apt-get install kstars-bleeding
After reading your thread,I confirm we have the save issue.
Seems to be not linked to the CCD driver.
I am facing a strange issue with the guiding: When I click on "Capture" on the guiding tab, the pictures are taken continuously... With 1 second exposure, one picture is taken every second without end. i cannot stop it... (The concequence is that the guiding does not work.)
I use a Kubuntu 16.04 in a virtual box and a Rasperry PI as indi server. I installed all this week-end. Kubuntu, Kstars-Bleeding, the last indi server for Raspberry PI.
Is somebody else has the same issue?
I tried it on the simulator and have the same issue.
Here the module I use normally: EQMod (For a AZ-EQ6), V4l2 CCD (for a DMK41), gphoto (For a Canon 1200D), Moolite (for a self-made focuser) and Joystick.