JOSE MANUEL SUAREZ ROMAN created a new topic ' Changing behaivor between Lights, flats....' in the forum. 5 months ago

Dear all,

When I program a sesion with ligts and flats, i need to go to the telescope and put the t+shirt. But if it is a Large sesión with a lot of exposure If I have fallen asleep ekos show the Window to put the flat panel, but if you dont see the message ekos continúes taken pictures without the flat panel. For me can be a lot of interesting to change the behaivor, and if you can see the message ekos stop the sequence.

The are any posibilita for this?

Thanks

Jose

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Im a newbie and I have a lot of problems to select the correct exposure to deep sky photography with a ccd. Sharcap seems to have a utility to Help to find the correct exposure. I think that could be very interesting to have any Help in función of light pollution(Bortle sky level), noise level of the ccd o cmos, the deeep sky object, etc. This is very complicarte?, as a newbie I think that yes, a lot variables to take into account, but if possible ohhhh my got!!!!!!

Jose

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JOSE MANUEL SUAREZ ROMAN replied to the topic 'Re:ADU for flat calibration section for my ccd' in the forum. 6 months ago

Thanks for all the replys, i will try next night....

Thanks

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JOSE MANUEL SUAREZ ROMAN replied to the topic 'Re:WiFi dongle for RPI4?' in the forum. 6 months ago

Yes, finally I installed the dongle. Now waiting to check outside.

Thanksssss

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JOSE MANUEL SUAREZ ROMAN replied to the topic 'Re:Re:Re:Re:Re:WiFi dongle for RPI4?' in the forum. 6 months ago

limburg11 wrote: Wow, that was a prompt delivery. When I asked for the drivers, I received the following link with instructions to install the driver:

deb.trendtechcn.com/

It took quite a while (the driver had to be compiled, but all was automated), but after it finished, I restarted the Pi and the Wifi stick worked perfectly. Then you have two Wifi devices in your Pi, wlan0 = builtin Wifi and wlan1 = BrosTrend stick.

Opsss, i installed first the b option (to install the 88x2bu driver for the ACL1 or ACL3 versión 2 models). Non errors showed. Restar the pi and I continúe only with 1 wifi device....

Then I tried to install option a (to install the 88x2bu driver for the ACL1 or ACL3 versión 2 models) with the same result, 1 only wifi device....

Then I can't install the correct driver....

Jose

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JOSE MANUEL SUAREZ ROMAN replied to the topic 'Re:Re:Re:Re:WiFi dongle for RPI4?' in the forum. 6 months ago

limburg11 wrote: I just tried it out and the „BrosTrend 1200 MBit/s USB WLAN Stick Linux“ is capable of creating a 5G Wifi hotspot. I could create the hotspot and connect to it.

I didn't test 2.4G, but I'm sure this will work, too. But 5G is of course preferable because of the higher bandwidth.

CS, Bernd

Dear limburg,

I received today the dongle, and I ask to BrosTrend for the ticket for rpi drivers, but today is friday and probably to monday I dont receive any reply. Do you remember how to install and where I can download the drivers for my RPI4?

Thanks,

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JOSE MANUEL SUAREZ ROMAN replied to the topic 'Re:WiFi dongle for RPI4?' in the forum. 6 months ago

El Corazon wrote: I have no problem with the internal 5GHz Wifi. Reach is actually farther than with anything else I have at home.

How far out do you have to connect? I have ~75% at 60 ft from the transmitter.

About 10 meters but with 3 walls between....

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JOSE MANUEL SUAREZ ROMAN replied to the topic 'Re:WiFi dongle for RPI4?' in the forum. 6 months ago

sbradley07 wrote:

josemsubcn wrote: Dear all,


I can't use a Ethernet cable....., i need WiFi yes or yes....


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Do you have AC power at your rig? Why not given powerline ethernet adapters a try? Close to ethernet speeds over your AC line. I use them and they are waaaaay better than wifi.

I keep in mind this possible solution....

Thanks,

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