Eric, several years ago I asked Bill to create a ccds.nam file entry for my
STL11000XM with a MMOAG and STL-Remote (ST-237H) chip opposite the
onboard chip,,, and rotated 90deg for better coverage. When I upgraded
to Guide9.1 I somehow lost it, Bill found his original eMail and resent
9 4008 2672 917 0,.6231,.1313,.1477,640,480
If you have a similar setup copy the above line and replace the “SBIG
Research 11000XM KAF-11000M” line in ccds.nam Restart Guide9.1, open
the CCD Dialog box, select “SBIG Research 11000XM” item, input your FL (don’t
forget), and checkmark the Show and Center Frame boxes.
It has been so long since I’ve done a actual star comparison between
Guide’s FOV and my STL11K images I don’t remember if it’s correct, it appears it
is. There are no MMOAG chip dotted sweep lines like there are for the
STL’s onboard chip. I’ve yet to compare the MMOAG chip images against
Guide’s FOV as I use TheSky6 for imaging, it is very close once I remembered to
input my correct FL in the CCD Dialog. HTH...joe :)
He Go Among the Imperishable Stars"
Joe Mize, StarFields
Sent: Sunday, October 29, 2017 7:35 PM
Subject: [guide-user] Setting up the CCD Frame and Guide chip Frame
This is probably an obvious question. But how do you set up the FOV of
the CCD Frame and Guide chip Frame? We have use one setup so long, can't
remember how this is done. We are going from a 16" f/9 to an AP RH f/3.8 and
changing from an SBIG STXL 11002 to an SBIG STXL 16200.
Help would be appreciated. Thanks.