Quote:Hello Skybsd,Thank you for your kind words!Yes, it is true that Nexus requires rotary encoders when it is used as a wireless DSC (in combination with SkySafari Plus/Pro or the next version of Deep Sky Browser).In case of using Nexus as WiFi to RS232 adapter, the mount has to be either a goto mount or DSC-equipped (Sky Commander, Sky Vector or similar) mount.Best Regards,Serge.
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Quote:Hello Tom,All ports work independently and you can connect to all of them them at the same time - each of them (Encoders, RS232 ports /Port I and Port II/ and USB) has its own assigned TCP/IP port number. Though in case of using Nexus with ServoCAT one of RS232 ports is used to connect to ServoCAT.But USB serial functionality is currently not fully implemented (it will be available through a firmware update later this year). USB port right now is used for firmware upgrades and to charge your portable computing device (like a tablet).Best Regards,Serge.
Quote:Serge,Any update on the USB functionality yet?
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