Nice work, this looks pretty good and I'll have to try it out sometime.
How have you got it setup on the hardware side? Do you have some all weather enclosure, etc?
Excellent, thanks. I'll keep a watch for the release when it comes.
I'm wanting to do a project where the requirements (dictated by others, not in my control) are such that I need to have image filenames and folders with custom details.
For example, to include the time in UTC (not local time) or the target name, etc. e.g. ABC_<UTC_TIME>_DEF_<Target Name>.FIT in a folder XXX_<YYMMDD>_ZZZ, etc.
I'm looking for suggestions on how to handle this with an INDI client, preferably on the fly as the image capturing is done. Ideas?
Another "hardware" style solution - put a riser under your scope mounting point to the mount saddle to move it out further.
I doubt the scope is that heavy that moving it further away from the centre would hurt.
There's a Google Groups area for CEM120 owners if you're interested:
Also, I should be getting the last of the dome work done tomorrow so I'll be in for real testing during the next week or so.
What version of the firmware do you have installed on your mount? There was a fix in a recent version to do with park positions - maybe a more recent version might fix your problem?
I'll also keep it in mind when I get to play with it all again.
You plug the computer into the mount. You've got 4 choices for this: USB, Serial, Wifi, Wired Ethernet.
I've got a CEM120EC2. I've had a play around with it inside the house, but I'm not quite setup in the dome to go for real.
As far as I could tell, I didn't have issues with INDI/EKOS.
I looked at the repo, and saw this file: github.com/JeffRossMT/sitech-indi-driver...ope_sitechReadMe.txt
Point 4 is interesting - it seems to imply you need to run an app somewhere on the network on what I assume is a windows box. Am I wrong?