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#1 Denis Vien.

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Posted 26 May 2016 - 01:09 PM

Hello

I am writing to inquire. I'm the motorisatrion TUNE Auto and I get the following parameters (see screen).

Attached File  Motor DE Fast Speed.JPG   97.31KB   2 downloads Attached File  Motor RA Fast Speed.JPG   94.92KB   2 downloads Attached File  Motor DE Sideral Speed.JPG   104.43KB   2 downloads Attached File  Motor RA Sideral Speed.JPG   103.34KB   2 downloads

I want to know is what you think. Do you see any problems? Sometimes I have vibration during manual movements and I not want that damage the mount.

 

thank you in advance



#2 MarkS

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Posted 26 May 2016 - 02:17 PM

Hi Denis,

 

The tuning parameters depend on the telescope/camera combination, so it is difficult to comment on your numbers without knowing what the system is.

 

Vibration during slewing is usually a sign that the fast tuning parameters need to be backed off a little. It can also be a sign that the tripod is not solid enough or well enough damped.

 

Mark



#3 Waldemar

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Posted 26 May 2016 - 03:12 PM

Hi Denis,

I see in your picture, you have a 'rat-cage' on your pier. That kind of construction was the cause of unexpected vibrations in my mount...

I solved it by filling the threads up with nuts and keeping the topplate as close to the pier as possible.

 

Waldemar


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