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Using Celestron Skyris 132C as autoguiding with Ekos

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Hello,

I am working for a friend to see if the Celestron Skyris 132C can be used as a Guiding camera.
My friend is using the stellarmate OS and is using version 1.5.5. For this I use the DMK CCD driver.
I run into two errors.
1 mistake is the limitation that I cannot use more than 1 sec exposure time. At more than 1 sec I get an error message that I have to use less than 1 sec.
I get this message away if I only use 1 sec exposure time.

2nd mistake I don't know what to do with this. The camera works but with every capture it gives the message "Failed switching to manual exposure, control is unavailable".

have sent two log files and a photo as attachments.

Hopefully can help with this.

Thanks for now

Peter
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Hi Peter, I know this is an old post. I myself have a skyris 132c which I’ve had for sometime and are now looking at using this as a guide camera on my set up.
Did you get a solution for this?

Regards Richard
3 months 6 hours ago #65791

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