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Subject: LNT Smartfinder and DS2114 Sent: Monday, March 21, 2011 18:52:58 From: Josh D. Carlson (firstname.lastname@example.org) I purchased a Meade DS2114 which did not come with the LNT module (it was supposed to, but that's a long story)... Anyway, I recently picked up a LNT module which was supposed to be for an ETX90. It looked the same as the ones I've seen for a DS model and it was cheap so I got it (posting on Astromart). The problem is that it isn't wired to the RJ11(?) plug so I obviously can't plug it into the AUX port. There are four wires coming from the unit (blue, green, red and yellow) so I figure I can just wire it up myself. I guess my first question is will this work? 2nd, is there a wiring diagram or any instructions available so I can do this? 3rd, what would be a good way to mount this? I currently have the Non-LNT Red dot finder installed... And finally, I assume I should also purchase the Atomic Update Module for this if all works? Thank you for your Help! Josh D. Carlson email@example.com Follow Me on Facebook: www.facebook.com/JDC1701 Follow Me on Twitter: @jcarlson1701 --- "Design is not just what it looks like and feels like. Design is how it works." - Steve JobsMike here: The LNT is wired up internally. All the info I have is in the LNT section on the Helpful Information: Telescope Tech Tips page. You might find some info there that will help.
Thanks Mike. I'll take a look. Also thank you for a really great site! I find it extremely helpful and plan to donate when I get a few extra bucks... :) Josh D. Carlson
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