Arduino Focuser, fully ASCOM complaint
A fully functional stepper motor focus controller (DIY project) based on Arduino Nano/Uno, with full driver, application and ASCOM support. Temperature probe support, LCD1602 or TFT display options, Bluetooth option, push button options, local/manual or remote control. Supports many different boards, L293D, L298N, DRV8825, Easydriver and more. Tested on Windows, Linux and Mac, Moonlite compatible. (c) Copyright Robert Brown 2014-2017. All Rights Reserved. The schematic, code and ideas are released into the public domain. Users are free to implement these but may NOT sell projects based on this project for commercial gain without express written permission granted from the author. Schematics, Code, Firmware, Ideas, Software Applications (Windows and ASCOM drivers), Layout are protected by Copyright Law. Code or portions of code may not be copied or used without appropriate credit given to author.
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