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I want to build a multi voltage power supply to run scope, cameras, usb hub etc each device having different power requirements
I have done some searching round the internet and come up with the following circuit, can anyone provide any advice as to whether it is an OK design or have I got it completely round my neck (Wont be the first time) I have a 24Volt 10A regulated power supply and was looking to use this as the input.
I am sure I am not the only person to want to do this, are there designs out there, I dont want to reinvent the wheel
Any advice greatly appreciated
Is anyone on here signed up for the SkySafari and SynScan beta testing to natively support IOS? If so how has it been going?
I thought the recent email exchange between Skywatcher support and myself might be of interest, as there appears little information available on this feature.
Regarding "Alignment Sharing", please see the description below.
## Alignment Sharing
Alignment data is stored in each individual app instance. This means if you performed alignment using one app instance, only it will have the newly created alignment data. If another app instance connects to the same mount, it will not have access to the new alignment data.
The alignment sharing feature (**Utility > Alignment Sharing**) allows one app instance to send a copy of alignment data to another app instance. For it to work, the devices running the app instances must be on the same local area network (eg connect to the same Wi-Fi network). The sending instance turns on **Share my alignment**, while the receiving instance turns off this option. The receiving instance should then see the shared alignment data appear in a list. Loading alignment data overwrites the previous alignment data.
You can use the Alignment Sharing to transfer the alignment data to another device after completing a Star Alignment. For example, you have done and successfully complete 2-Star alignment with your smartphone and then you can use the Alignment Sharing function to share the alignment data to the SynScan Pro App Windows program which is running on your PC. Then you don't have to do the alignment again to control the same AZ GOTO mount with the Windows SynScan App because it has the same alignment result as your smartphone has.
If you have any questions, please feel free to let us know.
SynScan App Team
On Wed, Jun 24, 2020 at 1:22 AM Gavin Cox wrote:
I have just seen you have updated the Synscan app firmware to 1.19. I have this installed on a Win PC and Android phone and use it to control a AZ GOTO mount running the latest firmware using the Synscan Wifi Dongle.
There looks to be some new functionality under the utility menu called 'alignment sharing', but I can't find any documentation in the help files on this?
Please can you detail how it can be used? If both my phone and PC are connected to the SynScan WiFi hotspot and I perform an alignment on my phone will the app on the PC recognise this too (or vice versa)?
I have been attempting to update my SynScan V3 Hand Controller from V3.08 to latest version. Handset bootloader is V1.7.
Unfortunately I just get the message “Can not connect to SynScan hand control”. I have looked at numerous forums and tried everything that has been suggested (including older versions of firmware installer), but getting nowhere.
I am using a Skywatcher SynScan USB Adapter (purchased from Bristol Cameras) and installed the driver from the Skywatcher website. The adapter shows in the COM ports and says it is working properly.
I have tried different computers (Win10 and XP) with no joy.
Can anyone help, or is there anyone in North Aberdeenshire that has successfully updated their handset willing to give mine a go (once travel restrictions, etc ease)?
1. If the wire to a pair of 12v DC batteries in series is 10AWG (5.3mm2) and is say 2m in length, what gauge and length wire should join the two batteries, or as long as it is at least 10AWG and less than 2m it is unimportant? Are there issues with using thicker wire to join the two batteries together.
2. And if these two batteries were in parallel, what are the requirements of the wire joining these two batteries together? Again, is using thicker wire than the live and positive to the battery pair problematic?
3. And if you can tolerate answering another question, where would you fuse these two set ups?