I have reviewed the datasheet. The USB is disabled by default, to enable it I need to add a line in /boot/config.txt

dtoverlay=dwc2,dr_mode=host

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Hello:

I installed the Stellarmate OS 1.6.0 on RPi CM4. The device can be connected properly. But USB devices are not detected at all. Nothing shows in lsusb or dmesg. Please advise how to configure the RPi CM4 to run Stellarmate. Thanks.

Anat
 

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anat replied to the topic 'Issue with ASI Power in Stellarmate OS' in the forum. 8 months ago

Thanks. I use the ASI DSLR for controlling my camera (Olympus PEN5) which is not supported by Gphoto2. So, the image is saved in the memory card. :)

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anat replied to the topic 'Issue with ASI Power in Stellarmate OS' in the forum. 8 months ago

Hi Ken

I confirm that the configuration file and the DSLR shutter control work well. I tried it on my Olympus camera. See the attached photos. Thanks a lot.

Anat

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anat replied to the topic 'Issue with ASI Power in Stellarmate OS' in the forum. 8 months ago

Thanks. The setting for the number of frames, exposure time, and delay would be great. Thanks, :)

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anat replied to the topic 'Issue with ASI Power in Stellarmate OS' in the forum. 8 months ago

Btw, I can control the shutter cable in ASIAIR Pro via GPIO#21. So, I can control any unsupported camera via the bulb cable. Let me know if you want to add the feature, I can help test the feature.

Shutter on

import time
import RPi.GPIO as GPIO
GPIO.setmode(GPIO.BCM)
GPIO.setup(21, GPIO.OUT)
p = GPIO.output(21,True)

Shutter off
import time
import RPi.GPIO as GPIO
GPIO.setmode(GPIO.BCM)
GPIO.setup(21, GPIO.OUT)
p = GPIO.output(21, False)


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anat replied to the topic 'Issue with ASI Power in Stellarmate OS' in the forum. 8 months ago

Thanks.

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anat replied to the topic 'Issue with ASI Power in Stellarmate OS' in the forum. 8 months ago

I deleted the two files and started Ekos. The problem still occurred. See the attached file.

Let me suggest to set the default device to "Other On/Off", PWM can harm the camera or other device needing the DC input.

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anat replied to the topic 'Issue with ASI Power in Stellarmate OS' in the forum. 8 months ago

I am using Kstars 3.5.2 stable.
The config file looks like this:

<INDIDriver>
<newSwitchVector device='ASI Power' name='DEV0'>
  <oneSwitch name='DEV00'>
      Off
  </oneSwitch>
  <oneSwitch name='DEV01'>
      On
  </oneSwitch>
  <oneSwitch name='DEV02'>
      Off
  </oneSwitch>
  <oneSwitch name='DEV03'>
      Off
  </oneSwitch>
  <oneSwitch name='DEV04'>
      Off
  </oneSwitch>
  <oneSwitch name='DEV05'>
      Off
  </oneSwitch>
  <oneSwitch name='DEV06'>
      Off
  </oneSwitch>
  <oneSwitch name='DEV07'>
      Off
  </oneSwitch>
  <oneSwitch name='DEV08'>
      Off
  </oneSwitch>
</newSwitchVector>
<newSwitchVector device='ASI Power' name='ONOFF0'>
  <oneSwitch name='ONOFF0OFF'>
      Off
  </oneSwitch>
  <oneSwitch name='ONOFF0ON'>
      On
  </oneSwitch>
</newSwitchVector>
<newNumberVector device='ASI Power' name='DUTYCYCLE0'>
  <oneNumber name='DUTYCYCLE0'>
      100
  </oneNumber>
</newNumberVector>
<newSwitchVector device='ASI Power' name='DEV1'>
  <oneSwitch name='DEV10'>
      Off
  </oneSwitch>
  <oneSwitch name='DEV11'>
      Off
  </oneSwitch>
  <oneSwitch name='DEV12'>
      Off
  </oneSwitch>
  <oneSwitch name='DEV13'>
      Off
  </oneSwitch>
  <oneSwitch name='DEV14'>
      Off
  </oneSwitch>
  <oneSwitch name='DEV15'>
      On
  </oneSwitch>
  <oneSwitch name='DEV16'>
      Off
  </oneSwitch>
  <oneSwitch name='DEV17'>
      Off
  </oneSwitch>
  <oneSwitch name='DEV18'>
      Off
  </oneSwitch>
</newSwitchVector>
<newSwitchVector device='ASI Power' name='ONOFF1'>
  <oneSwitch name='ONOFF1OFF'>
      Off
  </oneSwitch>
  <oneSwitch name='ONOFF1ON'>
      On
  </oneSwitch>
</newSwitchVector>
<newNumberVector device='ASI Power' name='DUTYCYCLE1'>
  <oneNumber name='DUTYCYCLE1'>
      100
  </oneNumber>
</newNumberVector>
<newSwitchVector device='ASI Power' name='DEV2'>
  <oneSwitch name='DEV20'>
      Off
  </oneSwitch>
  <oneSwitch name='DEV21'>
      Off
  </oneSwitch>
  <oneSwitch name='DEV22'>
      Off
  </oneSwitch>
  <oneSwitch name='DEV23'>
      Off
  </oneSwitch>
  <oneSwitch name='DEV24'>
      Off
  </oneSwitch>
  <oneSwitch name='DEV25'>
      Off
  </oneSwitch>
  <oneSwitch name='DEV26'>
      Off
  </oneSwitch>
  <oneSwitch name='DEV27'>
      On
  </oneSwitch>
  <oneSwitch name='DEV28'>
      Off
  </oneSwitch>
</newSwitchVector>
<newSwitchVector device='ASI Power' name='ONOFF2'>
  <oneSwitch name='ONOFF2OFF'>
      Off
  </oneSwitch>
  <oneSwitch name='ONOFF2ON'>
      On
  </oneSwitch>
</newSwitchVector>
<newNumberVector device='ASI Power' name='DUTYCYCLE2'>
  <oneNumber name='DUTYCYCLE2'>
      100
  </oneNumber>
</newNumberVector>
<newSwitchVector device='ASI Power' name='DEV3'>
  <oneSwitch name='DEV30'>
      Off
  </oneSwitch>
  <oneSwitch name='DEV31'>
      Off
  </oneSwitch>
  <oneSwitch name='DEV32'>
      Off
  </oneSwitch>
  <oneSwitch name='DEV33'>
      Off
  </oneSwitch>
  <oneSwitch name='DEV34'>
      Off
  </oneSwitch>
  <oneSwitch name='DEV35'>
      Off
  </oneSwitch>
  <oneSwitch name='DEV36'>
      Off
  </oneSwitch>
  <oneSwitch name='DEV37'>
      On
  </oneSwitch>
  <oneSwitch name='DEV38'>
      Off
  </oneSwitch>
</newSwitchVector>
<newSwitchVector device='ASI Power' name='ONOFF3'>
  <oneSwitch name='ONOFF3OFF'>
      Off
  </oneSwitch>
  <oneSwitch name='ONOFF3ON'>
      On
  </oneSwitch>
</newSwitchVector>
<newNumberVector device='ASI Power' name='DUTYCYCLE3'>
  <oneNumber name='DUTYCYCLE3'>
      100
  </oneNumber>
</newNumberVector>
</INDIDriver>


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anat replied to the topic 'Issue with ASI Power in Stellarmate OS' in the forum. 8 months ago

The output is below:

stellarmate@stellarmate:~ $ sudo systemctl status pigpiod.service
● pigpiod.service - pigpiod daemon to control Raspberry Pi GPIO
   Loaded: loaded (/lib/systemd/system/pigpiod.service; enabled; vendor preset: enabled)
   Active: active (running) since Sat 2021-03-06 07:46:19 UTC; 17min ago
  Process: 3238 ExecStart=/usr/bin/pigpiod (code=exited, status=0/SUCCESS)
 Main PID: 3239 (pigpiod)
    Tasks: 4 (limit: 4915)
   CGroup: /system.slice/pigpiod.service
           └─3239 /usr/bin/pigpiod

Mar 06 07:46:19 stellarmate systemd[1]: Starting pigpiod daemon to control Raspberry Pi GPIO...
Mar 06 07:46:19 stellarmate systemd[1]: pigpiod.service: Can't open PID file /run/pigpio.pid (yet?) after start: No suc
Mar 06 07:46:19 stellarmate systemd[1]: Started pigpiod daemon to control Raspberry Pi GPIO.

stellarmate@stellarmate:~ $ pigs pigpv
78
stellarmate@stellarmate:~ $ pigs hwver
12595473


You can get the log file and the screen record showing the issue from
drive.google.com/drive/folders/1OCidDWgh...2r-68upo?usp=sharing

Thanks.
Anat

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anat replied to the topic 'Issue with ASI Power in Stellarmate OS' in the forum. 8 months ago

I saved the configuration in the 3rd tab. After that, Ekos and KStars crash when starting the connection. I have to deselect ASiPower. What can be the cause? Thanks.

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