Re: [MaxImDL] Question on Meridian flip capability


Jun 30, 2009

 


----------------------------

#37289 Jun 30, 2009

i have a Celestron CGE 14 which is a GEM. i am thinking that if MaximDL5 is tracking an object and the mount bumps the Meridian, won't Maxim flip the Mount automatically and continue to autoguide the rest of the night. is this done as simply clicking on the Meridian flip box?



i know if i go ahead an incorporate ACP it will perform this function.



with CCDSoft i am reversing the X coordinates of 180 and 0 in the autoguiding settings after the mount crosses the Meridian. i was told to do this in CCDSoft and it does work.



i am working on a project with someone else and i am following their instructions. But Maxim i think will offer better automation.



Thanks



----------------------------

#37301 Jul 1, 2009

Russ Garrett wrote: > i have a Celestron CGE 14 which is a GEM. i am thinking that if MaximDL5 is

> tracking an object and the mount bumps the Meridian, won't Maxim flip the

> Mount automatically and continue to autoguide the rest of the night. is this

> done as simply clicking on the Meridian flip box?



No, that is not a MaxIm DL V5 feature.

> i know if i go ahead an incorporate ACP it will perform this function.



Yes.

> with CCDSoft i am reversing the X coordinates of 180 and 0 in the autoguiding

> settings after the mount crosses the Meridian. i was told to do this in

> CCDSoft and it does work.



MaxIm DL can do that automatically.



Doug



---------------



Doug George

dgeorge@...



Diffraction Limited

Makers of Cyanogen Imaging Products

www.cyanogen.com



100 Craig Henry Dr., Suite 202

Ottawa, Ontario,

Canada, K2G 5W3



Phone: (613) 225-2732

Fax: (613) 225-9688



---------------



Contact Us
This Site's Privacy Policy
Google's privacy policies

S
e
n
i
o
r
T
u
b
e
.
o
r
g