I have one installed on my edge 11 with no problems or modifications.
It works perfectly with one small exception... The 60,000 steps that the EAF has does not allow for full focuser adjustment on the Edge 11. You will have to get focus roughly setup on the scope then set the EAF at midway (30,000 steps) then lock it all down. Other than that that it works flawlessly.
I have edgeHD 1100 and it worked perfectly with the large SCT bracket perfectly. Mine looks just like redlines. I did similar setup in not tightening thr grub screws until you achieve basic focus, then tighten them down and set your current position to 30K. If using AAP, I found the small of 10, large step of 80 and backlash of 250 to work best. Focus throughout the night ranges between 300-500 steps.
Excellent. Thanks for your replies.
So, let me get this straight.
I hook up the EAF and the bracket to the Edge 11.
The grub screw that fixes the coupler to the actual motor arm of the EAF stays LOOSE.
I then attach imaging train and full setup.
Use my bhatinov mask to focus on a star.
Focusing will be done MANUALLY with rotating the coupler, just like I would rotate the old focus knob?
Once I am in focus, lock the grub screw that fixes the coupler to the EAF motor arm.
That should be recorded in software as 30K.
DO I THEN LOCK THE MIRROR? OR DOES IT STAY UNLOCKED?
Did I get that right?
Edited by Oscar Szentirmai, 05 May 2021 - 07:54 AM.