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Re: Off Topic-NUC Computer

 

Hi Steve

We have pretty much that exact model, except the i7 and 16gb ram

Personally I wish we would have gotten the 512gb for the main drive. The log files fill things up really fast, and we have to be on it otherwise it fills the drive.

Having a second 1tb drive saved our butts

We use dropbox for file transfer, so that way when we wake up in the morning, all the files are there on my home computer for processing






On Sat, Sep 25, 2021 at 10:03 AM Steve Reilly <sreilly24590@...> wrote:

Thanks for the feedback Linwood. Yes this unit does have a cable that hooks up to the MB for a single RS232 port and the others will have to be via USB to Serial and for that I already have this StarTech unit. For a dome I would prefer a sealed unit just in case hence not building the desktop unit to sit next to the pier. What I haven’t seen is a site where you can configure an Intel NUC to your needs. Not saying such a site doesn’t exist but when I google Intel NUC I get Intel’s site and mostly Amazon. If a site exist where you can configure these units similar to OnLogic’s that would make life a bit easier. I haven’t found that yet.

 

-Steve

 

 

 

From: main@ap-gto.groups.io <main@ap-gto.groups.io> On Behalf Of ap@...
Sent: Saturday, September 25, 2021 12:46 PM
To: main@ap-gto.groups.io
Subject: Re: [ap-gto] Off Topic-NUC Computer

 

Steve Reilly wrote:

 

I know you said you needed serial ports, but do you need an industrial strength solution?  A very nice genuine Intel NUC would be well under half that price; you would need USB to Serial adapter(s) then.

 

I also only see one serial port on that?  You said you needed 3?

 

The Whiskey Lake is an 8th generation NUC.  They are up to 11th now (oddly I don’t see a 9th listed).  That’s not necessarily bad, just a comment.  Mine was a bit older, many of the newer ones require 19v which then requires an additional power conversion (not all do).

 

The NUC’s themselves (https://www.intel.com/content/www/us/en/support/articles/000023017/intel-nuc.html) are rated for 50C operating temperature, the same as the OnLogic one (though I suspect most do it with a fan vs a monster heat sink).

 

Having a sealed unit without a fan does keep down dust, maybe moisture (but there’s a lot of connectors so it’s certainly not moisture proof).  But on the face of it, it looks more like you are paying double for a super durable case and lack of a fan.  If you need it, you need it.


If you don’t, you could buy two real NUC’s.  On a NUC and a nice NB filter. 
😊

 

Linwood



--
Brian 



Brian Valente


Re: Off Topic-NUC Computer

ap@CaptivePhotons.com
 

Steve wrote:

 

  • Thanks for the feedback Linwood. Yes this unit does have a cable that hooks up to the MB for a single RS232 port and the others will have to be via USB to Serial and for that I already have this StarTech unit. For a dome I would prefer a sealed unit just in case hence not building the desktop unit to sit next to the pier. What I haven’t seen is a site where you can configure an Intel NUC to your needs. Not saying such a site doesn’t exist but when I google Intel NUC I get Intel’s site and mostly Amazon. If a site exist where you can configure these units similar to OnLogic’s that would make life a bit easier. I haven’t found that yet.

 

I just bought the kit version on Amazon and added memory and disk to it (maybe something else, been a while).  It was all from amazon proper not the marketplace, so I figured as long as buying brand name stuff I was good (re counterfeit stuff).  Intel I think makes it in both preconfigured systems, and kits which is basically a small or tall (your choice) box with most everything inside but disk and memory.  Now things like a header for serial not sure, haven’t noticed that, but individual USB adapters (or another Startech) are pretty easy to come by.  The Intel NUC site is pretty good for picking what you want to get a part number (top two items here lead to pre-built vs kit details: https://www.intel.com/content/www/us/en/products/details/nuc.html).

 

I looked around briefly and did not see a configurable site, like (for example) if I were buying a Dell server.  I suspect they are out there, just didn’t see them.

 

A prior point to ensure Windows 11 compatible is a good idea, I haven’t checked mine yet either (not that I plan to upgrade for a long time – I like stability).

 

Linwood

 


Re: Off Topic-NUC Computer

Renan
 

Running an Intel NUC for 2 years without  any problems.

NUC: I3, 8 Ram, 256 ssd, rated for 19V but, according to the manual, you could use 12V and that is what I am using. Win 10 Pro.

It is at my backyard and connected with Remote Desktop with my indoor NB.

I do not know if an I5 will allow to download the files faster, I doub it.

 

 

 

 

De: Steve Reilly
Enviado: sábado, 25 de septiembre de 2021 13:00
Para: main@ap-gto.groups.io
Asunto: Re: [ap-gto] Off Topic-NUC Computer

 

I started this thread back in July and here it is September and I’ve finally built the deck and have the dome almost finished. I need to install the motors and controls but I’m back on the NUC again as the ROR computer seems to have an issue with the USB ports not keeping the SX guide camera active. I was headed this way anyhow so what I’ve found is listed below and could use some feedback from those using NUCs o run their systems.

 

Shared Product: Industrial Fanless Intel Whiskey Lake NUC With Dual LAN

Shared Configuration

Memory (Select QTY)
8 GB SO-DIMM DDR4 3200
Primary Storage Drive
256 GB M.2 22x60 MLC SSD
Wireless Connectivity or DIO Expansion (one USB will be depopulated if 4G or DIO is chosen)
Intel Wide-Temp Wireless-AC 9260 802.11ac Wi-Fi & BT 5.1 Card
Antennas for Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, or 4G LTE
2x Wi-Fi - Dual Band Terminal Antenna, 161mm (6.34")
Serial Port Expansion (Cannot be selected with 4G)
RS-232 COM Port Header Cable - AT/Everex
Auto Power On
None Selected
Port Blocking Kit
None Selected
Mounting
None Selected
AC Adapter
Power Adapter DC 60 W, 12 V, 5 A - North American Power Cord
Operating System (Primary Storage Req.)
Windows 10 Pro - 64-bit
Assembly & Validation
Standard Build (ships in 3-5 business days from parts availability)
Warranty
2 Year Standard Warranty

 

Does this look to be capable enough to do the job without being underpowered? The size of these M2.2260 drives are small and expensive but my thought was to use an external 1TB hard drive located in my ROR control room connected by an USB2 active extension cable. The NUC will be mounted on the pier close but not so close it could be in contact with the mount/telescope. Cabling would be minimized by using a powered USB hub on the telescope for cameras, focuser, dew controller, rotator, and whatever else comes up. It has guided well with the cables as is but this should minimize cabling substantially.

 

I’d appreciate and thoughts/concerns/comments you before I order. I’m way more use to building desktop systems for observatories and this will be the 1st NUC.

 

-Steve

 

 

From: main@ap-gto.groups.io <main@ap-gto.groups.io> On Behalf Of Steve Reilly via groups.io
Sent: Monday, July 12, 2021 1:12 PM
To: main@ap-gto.groups.io
Subject: [ap-gto] Off Topic-NUC Computer

 

Hey Gang,

 

In the process of setting up a 12’ Astro Haven dome and moving my 12.5” RC and AP1200 mount from the ROR to the dome. In the process I’m contemplating replacing the observatory computer with a NUC to both shorten the cabling and have a more compact unit. I counted the ports as the computer is now configured and have the following needs:

 

Serial ports=7 I have a StarTech ICUSB23241 4 Port Industrial USB to RS232 Serial Hub but that still leaves 3 needed ports (focuser, rotator, AP1200 backup, Dew Heater Controller, Flat Panel, Boltwood, and dome controls)

 

USB ports = 4 including the one for the Serial Hub, Guider camera, Main Camera, mouse and keyboard

 

Network minimum=1 then use the 8 port Gigabit switch I have ( 1 AP1200, 1 Computer network,  onsite pan cameras (3), etc.)

 

Display port=1 HDMI or DVI

 

Anticipating fiber optic internet connections in the next month or so I also ran Cat6 cabling for network switch and mount.

 

So with that in mind the ports, mainly serial are what have me second guessing the NUC. I have, almost ready to ship out, a OnLogic NUC for a friends SRO system but that’s way more then I care to spend although it has all the necessary ports to hook everything up directly with hubs and so on. So based on this what would be a reasonable budget for what I’m looking for in a quality, reliable NUC? Even if I use the existing desktop computer I have now it will be without all the extender cables I’m using now as the computer is in the warm room 20’ away but the idea of a sealed fanless computer really appeals to me for this type of usage. Hence I’m looking for ideas to explore while this project continues, in of course, the hottest time of the year.

 

Thanks,

 

Steve

 

 

 

 

 




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Re: Mach2 RA Judder

Bill Long
 

The best!


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Sent: Saturday, September 25, 2021 10:07 AM
To: main@ap-gto.groups.io <main@ap-gto.groups.io>
Subject: Re: [ap-gto] Mach2 RA Judder
 
Just a fyi- Astro-Physics have contacted me directly and we are troubleshooting.  Great support as usual.


Re: Mach2 RA Judder

Brent Boshart
 

Just a fyi- Astro-Physics have contacted me directly and we are troubleshooting.  Great support as usual.


Re: Off Topic-NUC Computer

Steve Reilly
 

Thanks for the feedback Linwood. Yes this unit does have a cable that hooks up to the MB for a single RS232 port and the others will have to be via USB to Serial and for that I already have this StarTech unit. For a dome I would prefer a sealed unit just in case hence not building the desktop unit to sit next to the pier. What I haven’t seen is a site where you can configure an Intel NUC to your needs. Not saying such a site doesn’t exist but when I google Intel NUC I get Intel’s site and mostly Amazon. If a site exist where you can configure these units similar to OnLogic’s that would make life a bit easier. I haven’t found that yet.

 

-Steve

 

 

 

From: main@ap-gto.groups.io <main@ap-gto.groups.io> On Behalf Of ap@...
Sent: Saturday, September 25, 2021 12:46 PM
To: main@ap-gto.groups.io
Subject: Re: [ap-gto] Off Topic-NUC Computer

 

Steve Reilly wrote:

 

I know you said you needed serial ports, but do you need an industrial strength solution?  A very nice genuine Intel NUC would be well under half that price; you would need USB to Serial adapter(s) then.

 

I also only see one serial port on that?  You said you needed 3?

 

The Whiskey Lake is an 8th generation NUC.  They are up to 11th now (oddly I don’t see a 9th listed).  That’s not necessarily bad, just a comment.  Mine was a bit older, many of the newer ones require 19v which then requires an additional power conversion (not all do).

 

The NUC’s themselves (https://www.intel.com/content/www/us/en/support/articles/000023017/intel-nuc.html) are rated for 50C operating temperature, the same as the OnLogic one (though I suspect most do it with a fan vs a monster heat sink).

 

Having a sealed unit without a fan does keep down dust, maybe moisture (but there’s a lot of connectors so it’s certainly not moisture proof).  But on the face of it, it looks more like you are paying double for a super durable case and lack of a fan.  If you need it, you need it.


If you don’t, you could buy two real NUC’s.  On a NUC and a nice NB filter. 
😊

 

Linwood


Re: Transfer of APCC Pro license with sale of a mount?

Michael Kelly
 

Patrick,

Let me know when you are ready to pull the trigger. I am interested!

Best,

On Saturday, September 25, 2021, 11:38 AM, Patrick Spencer <patrickspencer2@...> wrote:

There was a thread recently that suggested AP was looking into changing the licensing terms to allow transfer of an APCC Pro license with the sale of a mount. Was that change ever implemented? I'm getting ready to list my Mach1 for sale, and I no longer need that APCC Pro license because I got another license with my 1100GTO-AEL. I want to make sure I don't give bad information to potential buyers.

Thanks,

Patrick Spencer


Re: Off Topic-NUC Computer

ap@CaptivePhotons.com
 

Steve Reilly wrote:

 

I know you said you needed serial ports, but do you need an industrial strength solution?  A very nice genuine Intel NUC would be well under half that price; you would need USB to Serial adapter(s) then.

 

I also only see one serial port on that?  You said you needed 3?

 

The Whiskey Lake is an 8th generation NUC.  They are up to 11th now (oddly I don’t see a 9th listed).  That’s not necessarily bad, just a comment.  Mine was a bit older, many of the newer ones require 19v which then requires an additional power conversion (not all do).

 

The NUC’s themselves (https://www.intel.com/content/www/us/en/support/articles/000023017/intel-nuc.html) are rated for 50C operating temperature, the same as the OnLogic one (though I suspect most do it with a fan vs a monster heat sink).

 

Having a sealed unit without a fan does keep down dust, maybe moisture (but there’s a lot of connectors so it’s certainly not moisture proof).  But on the face of it, it looks more like you are paying double for a super durable case and lack of a fan.  If you need it, you need it.


If you don’t, you could buy two real NUC’s.  On a NUC and a nice NB filter. 
😊

 

Linwood


Re: Off Topic-NUC Computer

Richard Schiek
 

One feature you may want to look for is Windows 11 compatibility. 

Windows 10 will be supported to 2025 according to Microsoft and Windows 11 has security requirements at board and BIOS level.  Thus, not all systems that can run Windows 10 can also run Windows 11.   The NUC that I use for my telescope suffers from this issue, so I may been to get a new on in the next few years...

Good luck,
Rich


Re: Transfer of APCC Pro license with sale of a mount?

Patrick Spencer
 

Awesome, thanks Chris!

 

From: main@ap-gto.groups.io <main@ap-gto.groups.io> On Behalf Of Chris White
Sent: Saturday, September 25, 2021 9:47 AM
To: main@ap-gto.groups.io
Subject: Re: [ap-gto] Transfer of APCC Pro license with sale of a mount?

 

On the APCC FAQ Page:

I just sold my mount and the new owner would like to use APCC.  May I transfer the license? 
Yes, you and the buyer must both contact Astro-Physics to make arrangements. You will need to provide information regarding your original license and the serial number of the mount. The buyer will need to complete the registration and pay a fee to transfer the mount to his/her name and email address. A brand new license will be issued that will give him/her a one-year subscription for free upgrades when new features or enhancements are released.  The transfer fee includes a $100 administrative fee and the cost of a one-year subscription.  The part number and cost of the license transfer are: 
APCC-ST-T:     $150
APCC-PRO-T:   $200

Note: According to the license agreement for all licenses issued prior to 08-16-21, transfers were not allowed. We are providing the ability to transfer these licenses as a courtesy and they are subject to our approval.


Re: Keypad Recalibrate with CP5/Mach2

 

The manual is in the Wiki section.

 

Clear Skies,

Marj Christen

Astro-Physics

11250 Forest Hills Road

Machesney Park, IL 61115

Phone: 815-282-1513

www.astro-physics.com

 

From: main@ap-gto.groups.io <main@ap-gto.groups.io> On Behalf Of Marj Christen
Sent: Saturday, September 25, 2021 10:59 AM
To: main@ap-gto.groups.io
Subject: Re: [ap-gto] Keypad Recalibrate with CP5/Mach2

 

Hello Stacey,

 

I have verified that you recently received your Mach2GTO. Congratulations! Since you own a Mach2 and have a keypad, I will send an invitation to join the Keypad-V5 group which is only available to Mach2 owners at this time.

Keypad-V5@ap-gto.groups.io 

 

 

Clear Skies,

Marj Christen

Astro-Physics

11250 Forest Hills Road

Machesney Park, IL 61115

Phone: 815-282-1513

www.astro-physics.com

 

From: main@ap-gto.groups.io <main@ap-gto.groups.io> On Behalf Of Stacey Mills
Sent: Saturday, September 25, 2021 7:57 AM
To: main@ap-gto.groups.io
Subject: Re: [ap-gto] Keypad Recalibrate with CP5/Mach2

 

Sorry to seem like an idiot but I've searched ap-ug and ap-gto for "keypad5, keypad, keypad 5," including the files.  I even did a general search of IO groups and I can't find it. 


Re: Off Topic-NUC Computer

Steve Reilly
 

I started this thread back in July and here it is September and I’ve finally built the deck and have the dome almost finished. I need to install the motors and controls but I’m back on the NUC again as the ROR computer seems to have an issue with the USB ports not keeping the SX guide camera active. I was headed this way anyhow so what I’ve found is listed below and could use some feedback from those using NUCs o run their systems.

 

Shared Product: Industrial Fanless Intel Whiskey Lake NUC With Dual LAN

Shared Configuration

Memory (Select QTY)
8 GB SO-DIMM DDR4 3200
Primary Storage Drive
256 GB M.2 22x60 MLC SSD
Wireless Connectivity or DIO Expansion (one USB will be depopulated if 4G or DIO is chosen)
Intel Wide-Temp Wireless-AC 9260 802.11ac Wi-Fi & BT 5.1 Card
Antennas for Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, or 4G LTE
2x Wi-Fi - Dual Band Terminal Antenna, 161mm (6.34")
Serial Port Expansion (Cannot be selected with 4G)
RS-232 COM Port Header Cable - AT/Everex
Auto Power On
None Selected
Port Blocking Kit
None Selected
Mounting
None Selected
AC Adapter
Power Adapter DC 60 W, 12 V, 5 A - North American Power Cord
Operating System (Primary Storage Req.)
Windows 10 Pro - 64-bit
Assembly & Validation
Standard Build (ships in 3-5 business days from parts availability)
Warranty
2 Year Standard Warranty

 

Does this look to be capable enough to do the job without being underpowered? The size of these M2.2260 drives are small and expensive but my thought was to use an external 1TB hard drive located in my ROR control room connected by an USB2 active extension cable. The NUC will be mounted on the pier close but not so close it could be in contact with the mount/telescope. Cabling would be minimized by using a powered USB hub on the telescope for cameras, focuser, dew controller, rotator, and whatever else comes up. It has guided well with the cables as is but this should minimize cabling substantially.

 

I’d appreciate and thoughts/concerns/comments you before I order. I’m way more use to building desktop systems for observatories and this will be the 1st NUC.

 

-Steve

 

 

From: main@ap-gto.groups.io <main@ap-gto.groups.io> On Behalf Of Steve Reilly via groups.io
Sent: Monday, July 12, 2021 1:12 PM
To: main@ap-gto.groups.io
Subject: [ap-gto] Off Topic-NUC Computer

 

Hey Gang,

 

In the process of setting up a 12’ Astro Haven dome and moving my 12.5” RC and AP1200 mount from the ROR to the dome. In the process I’m contemplating replacing the observatory computer with a NUC to both shorten the cabling and have a more compact unit. I counted the ports as the computer is now configured and have the following needs:

 

Serial ports=7 I have a StarTech ICUSB23241 4 Port Industrial USB to RS232 Serial Hub but that still leaves 3 needed ports (focuser, rotator, AP1200 backup, Dew Heater Controller, Flat Panel, Boltwood, and dome controls)

 

USB ports = 4 including the one for the Serial Hub, Guider camera, Main Camera, mouse and keyboard

 

Network minimum=1 then use the 8 port Gigabit switch I have ( 1 AP1200, 1 Computer network,  onsite pan cameras (3), etc.)

 

Display port=1 HDMI or DVI

 

Anticipating fiber optic internet connections in the next month or so I also ran Cat6 cabling for network switch and mount.

 

So with that in mind the ports, mainly serial are what have me second guessing the NUC. I have, almost ready to ship out, a OnLogic NUC for a friends SRO system but that’s way more then I care to spend although it has all the necessary ports to hook everything up directly with hubs and so on. So based on this what would be a reasonable budget for what I’m looking for in a quality, reliable NUC? Even if I use the existing desktop computer I have now it will be without all the extender cables I’m using now as the computer is in the warm room 20’ away but the idea of a sealed fanless computer really appeals to me for this type of usage. Hence I’m looking for ideas to explore while this project continues, in of course, the hottest time of the year.

 

Thanks,

 

Steve

 

 

 

 


Re: Keypad Recalibrate with CP5/Mach2

 

Hello Stacey,

 

I have verified that you recently received your Mach2GTO. Congratulations! Since you own a Mach2 and have a keypad, I will send an invitation to join the Keypad-V5 group which is only available to Mach2 owners at this time.

Keypad-V5@ap-gto.groups.io 

 

 

Clear Skies,

Marj Christen

Astro-Physics

11250 Forest Hills Road

Machesney Park, IL 61115

Phone: 815-282-1513

www.astro-physics.com

 

From: main@ap-gto.groups.io <main@ap-gto.groups.io> On Behalf Of Stacey Mills
Sent: Saturday, September 25, 2021 7:57 AM
To: main@ap-gto.groups.io
Subject: Re: [ap-gto] Keypad Recalibrate with CP5/Mach2

 

Sorry to seem like an idiot but I've searched ap-ug and ap-gto for "keypad5, keypad, keypad 5," including the files.  I even did a general search of IO groups and I can't find it. 


Re: Unguided dumbbell stars insights

Roland Christen
 

Just run a guide graph in PHD2 with guide corrections turned off. Run it for 15 or 20 minutes so you can see the tracking rate over several worm cycles. Then you will know what you are dealing with. These older mounts sometimes had small subharmonics which roll thru at different gear angles and do not respond to PE correction. It's probably just a few arc seconds +- but shows up easily on any long exposures.

To do proper trouble shooting requires digging a bit deeper. Just posting a picture with eggy stars only shows the problem, but doesn't show the why.

Rolando

-----Original Message-----
From: Bruce McMath <bruce.mcmath@...>
To: main@ap-gto.groups.io
Sent: Sat, Sep 25, 2021 7:32 am
Subject: Re: [ap-gto] Unguided dumbbell stars insights


thanks Roland, but the problem is I have already trained the PEC curve just a month ago, and got a really great result.  I ran the mount with the new curve turned on to perhaps refine it and the deviations were so small and random that there was no point in trying to refine it. Turning the spur gear was done before not after making the PEC curve.  Furthermore, not every 6'+  image shows such motion, which is why I am puzzled.  

--
Roland Christen
Astro-Physics


Re: Transfer of APCC Pro license with sale of a mount?

Chris White
 

On the APCC FAQ Page:

I just sold my mount and the new owner would like to use APCC.  May I transfer the license? 
Yes, you and the buyer must both contact Astro-Physics to make arrangements. You will need to provide information regarding your original license and the serial number of the mount. The buyer will need to complete the registration and pay a fee to transfer the mount to his/her name and email address. A brand new license will be issued that will give him/her a one-year subscription for free upgrades when new features or enhancements are released.  The transfer fee includes a $100 administrative fee and the cost of a one-year subscription.  The part number and cost of the license transfer are: 
APCC-ST-T:     $150
APCC-PRO-T:   $200

Note: According to the license agreement for all licenses issued prior to 08-16-21, transfers were not allowed. We are providing the ability to transfer these licenses as a courtesy and they are subject to our approval.


Re: Keypad Recalibrate with CP5/Mach2

Konstantin von Poschinger
 

Keypad-V5@ap-gto.groups.io 

Grüsse

Konstantin v. Poschinger


Hammerichstr. 5
22605 Hamburg
040/8805747
0171/1983476

Am 25.09.2021 um 14:56 schrieb Stacey Mills <w4sm@...>:

Sorry to seem like an idiot but I've searched ap-ug and ap-gto for "keypad5, keypad, keypad 5," including the files.  I even did a general search of IO groups and I can't find it. 


Transfer of APCC Pro license with sale of a mount?

Patrick Spencer
 

There was a thread recently that suggested AP was looking into changing the licensing terms to allow transfer of an APCC Pro license with the sale of a mount. Was that change ever implemented? I'm getting ready to list my Mach1 for sale, and I no longer need that APCC Pro license because I got another license with my 1100GTO-AEL. I want to make sure I don't give bad information to potential buyers.

Thanks,

Patrick Spencer


Re: semi-OT: deterring critters in the obsy

thefamily90 Phillips
 

Can’t get Lyme disease from a mosquito bite


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Sent: Saturday, September 25, 2021 10:49:51 AM
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Subject: Re: [ap-gto] semi-OT: deterring critters in the obsy
 
Robert,
One minor quibble: I've never heard of a case of Lyme disease from a mosquito bite. The usual mode of transmission is from the bite of a tick infected with the Borrelia bacterium.

dan kowall

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.....For all the possible critter encounters....I still rate mosquitos the worst for astronomy hobby ;-) Lots itching but scarier is the disease they can spread....Lyme, West Nile, etc....
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Re: semi-OT: deterring critters in the obsy

dan kowall
 

Robert,
One minor quibble: I've never heard of a case of Lyme disease from a mosquito bite. The usual mode of transmission is from the bite of a tick infected with the Borrelia bacterium.

dan kowall

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Re: Keypad Recalibrate with CP5/Mach2

Stacey Mills
 

Sorry to seem like an idiot but I've searched ap-ug and ap-gto for "keypad5, keypad, keypad 5," including the files.  I even did a general search of IO groups and I can't find it. 

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