If its a 495, it can be updated to a 497, but that said, the LX90-80 was a very early model
and as such, should have been available via it.
Moving forward to an alignment, it will not move the scope in RA.
Does that happen with the 495 as well???? as thats not sounding good.
I'd be willing to peek and poke and whatever.
Excellent, a willing crash test dummy
If you go to the terminal logging page in my app after connecting,
at the top is an edit box that allows you to send commands to the mount.
There is a "Silent Timeout" checkbox, tick that
The edit box defaults to :GC#
leave that there and hit the big "Send" button
The memo should update to show it was sent and the reply.
If that works, we are laughing
Now enter :EP$0100B617# and hit send
You should get a log result showing x08 sent back
( ie model no = x08, and this comes from EEProm )
( to make it more readable, just hit "convert log" as reqd )
Now enter :EP$01003AB8# and hit send
You should get a log showing x?? sent back
( ie motor card = x??, and this comes from RAM )
based on yr earlier data, you will get back xFC
If so, we will try to reset that memory location
Enter :EN$003AB825# and hit send
( this should set memory offset x3AB8 to #x25 )
Then reenter :EP$01003AB8# and hit send
If the poke worked, you should get back x25 this time.
If so, go to the model selection screen and you should be
able to select an LX90.
See how that goes first.
Andrew Johansen Melbourne Australia