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TrekFi WiFi module, for direct control of EQ mounts SkyWatcher, ORION. For Sale

Price - $49.00

Ad Number: 101445

Posted: 22 Mar 2017

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TrekFi is a wireless adapter for direct control of mounts SkyWatcher, ORION.

Connect TrekFi instead of hand controller SynTrek or SynScan and get wireless GoTo!!!

The WiFi module settings are made from the WEB interface.

The WiFi module works as an access point and can be used to connect all your astro devices to a single network!

Made in Ukraine, designed by http://www.astro-gadget.com

1. Connect the Wi-Fi adapter TrekFi instead of the manual controller on the mount.
2.Turn power on the mount.
3. Then on your PC or mobile device, connect to an access point with SSID - TrekFi.
During the connection, the device asks for the password - enter the string "12345678" and click OK.
This adapter allows full control of telescope`s mount through the WiFi of a laptop or PC, works on SkySafari Android app too.
Allows full control with any planetarium software ASCOM compatible like Stellarium, Cartes Du Ciel, Maxim DL, EQMod and others.
Allow pulse guiding. A game-pad can be plugged on the laptop or PC to get manual control.
For use the adapter on PC you need to install EQMod and ASCOM platform:
To connect EQmod to TrekFi you need to install a bridge TCP to COM.
This can be done, for example, using the free utilities com0com and com2tcp or other applications. No SynTrek or SynScan handset needed.

To work with mobile devices, you need to install the App Virtuoso
and SkySafari
applications for Android. App Virtuoso provides a bridge between the mounts and the SkySafari application.

More detailed information on the site: http://www.astro-gadget.com

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Please, let me know if you have any questions.
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  • Condition NEW
  • Location Ukraine

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