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AstroEQ Support / Re: Side Real with LV8729 driver
« on: April 01, 2021, 11:36:11 »
Received LV8729 modules this morning. Have tried replacing 8825 modules on v4.6 AstroEQ. Here's the result:

- R.A. tracking noise is almost inaudible, so does the 8825's.
- GOTO noise is also about the same as 8825's.

Setup for both 8825 & 8729: v.8.20 F/W, CG-4 GEM, Pulley ratio 30:15 (40T pulley will hit the R.A. clutch lever) with 130-GT2 belts, 1/32 microstepping, current limit 1A, 0.9-degree/step NEMA17 motors .

Conclusion : Can't tell the difference in performance between the two modules for the above setup.

Thank you : Tamas & Tom.

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AstroEQ Support / Re: Side Real with LV8729 driver
« on: March 12, 2021, 07:46:29 »
Interesting. Is your hex code compatible with PCBv4.6 kit?  Thanks.

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Hardware Development / Re: AstroEQ Basic Hand Controllers
« on: August 28, 2020, 05:09:30 »
Can you share the covers for the nema17 motors?

U P D A T E
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https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:4598951

  :)
 

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Hardware Development / Re: AstroEQ Basic Hand Controllers
« on: August 06, 2020, 03:28:05 »
I 3D-printed hand-controller enclosure for the V4.6 PCB from ABS plastic (see 1:57 in the clip). I use a ATTiny85 Arduino board and a five-position switch for mode and speed selection (long-push = cycle through ST-4 - 2x - GOTO mode, click LEFT - RIGHT - UP - DOWN = R.A.- - R.A.+ - DEC+ - DEC-).  There is a red-green LED indicator to indicate the mode (green = ST-4, orange = 2x, red = GOTO). See 2:05 for details.

I also 3D-printed enclosure for 0.9 NEMA-17 DEC (1:28) & R.A. (1:38) motors.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wOYMoVUSzXo

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DIY AstroEQ / Re: Plastic covers for the motors?
« on: July 30, 2020, 04:27:20 »
I printed motor covers and PCBV4.6 enclosure from ABS-plastic, all designed by myself. STL files will be published on Thingiverse.com

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wOYMoVUSzXo&feature=youtu.be

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