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= Chronomotion Usage Details =
 
= Chronomotion Usage Details =
First select a COM port (they are discovered automatically so most likely you will only have COM1 anyway) and press the "Connect" Button.
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== Establishing a Connection ==
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[[File:Connect.jpg]]
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Go to:
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File->Connect
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Select a COM port (in my case COM9 is the USB Serial adapter) and press the "Connect" Button.
  
 
You should see Serial commands being sent and received in Terminal. This means everything connected properly and you can use all other buttons/commands.
 
You should see Serial commands being sent and received in Terminal. This means everything connected properly and you can use all other buttons/commands.
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==For Developers==
 
==For Developers==
 
https://gitorious.org/apertus/chronomotion
 
https://gitorious.org/apertus/chronomotion
 
  
 
[[Chronomotion Compile Guide]]
 
[[Chronomotion Compile Guide]]

Revision as of 13:26, 28 March 2013

Chronomotion Website: http://www.apertus.org/en/chronomotion

1 Requirements

  1. Merlin/Orion/Skywatcher remote head
  2. Computer/Laptop able to run JAVA
  3. Serial cable with TTL voltage level converter (plus USB to Serial converter) to connect Merlin/Orion/Skywatcher remote head to your computer

2 Installation

Chronomotion Installation Guide

3 Chronomotion Usage Details

3.1 Establishing a Connection

Connect.jpg

Go to:

File->Connect

Select a COM port (in my case COM9 is the USB Serial adapter) and press the "Connect" Button.

You should see Serial commands being sent and received in Terminal. This means everything connected properly and you can use all other buttons/commands.


3.2 For Developers

https://gitorious.org/apertus/chronomotion

Chronomotion Compile Guide