[SPAM] RE: [SPAM] Re: auto homing function
George Whitney <gwhitney@...>
Yes, but then all you have to do is tell it to home and then it will know
where it is. No matter what the circumstances, when you tell it to home it
will go to the preset spot and reset itself and then will continue as if
From: ap-gto@... [mailto:ap-gto@...] On Behalf Of
David B. Toth
Sent: Monday, June 18, 2007 12:42 AM
Subject: [SPAM] RE: [SPAM] [ap-gto] Re: auto homing function
At 01:52 PM 6/17/2007, George Whitney wrote:
Rick,There is no clutch at all ... those knobs disengage the worm block
... the Paramount will not know where it is if you try to move it
that way. The encoders are part of the motor and are not mounted
separately on the shaft.
Dr. David Toth
At 07:09 AM 6/18/2007, George Whitney wrote:
Dave,Yes, that is true; it will actually have to GO to the home position before it can slew to another object.
That is a rather unusual way to use the mount, and I for one have never done it that way. I just wanted
folks to be clear that when it was moved manually, at that time it would not know where it was.
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