[amsat-bb] Rotor Controllers

AJ9N at aol.com AJ9N at aol.com
Mon Jul 27 22:13:35 UTC 2015

Another possibility and one that I also use is the LabJack U12/Piggyback  
combination (I also have the LVB).  The Piggyback you will need to build  
since Nova no longer sells it.  The plans may be found in one of the  documents 
that you can get for SatPC32.  
The U12 can be found at https://labjack.com/products/u12.   The Piggyback 
can be found at http://www.dk1tb.de/lj_piggyback.JPG.
Hope this helps.
Charlie AJ9N
One of the ARISS mentors
I don't see the LVB being sold in the AMSAT store at the moment, so this  
might be an alternative for you.
In a message dated 7/26/2015 5:05:47 A.M. Pacific Daylight Time,  
ve3nxk at gmail.com writes:

Wanting  to upgrade my ham computer from XP/P4 to something newer and 
faster.   Have 
used Nova, AEA ST-1, and Yaesu G-5500 for ever.  Have a nice HP  quad core 
with W7, that I cannot get to work with the ST-1, says  cannot initialize 
Tried a couple of other units with same results,  so I suspect it has 
something to 
do with the newer parallel  ports.

So what am I missing ???

I would prefer to use a USB port  of course, but cannot find any 
controllers now 
that are ready to go, or  will work with Nova.  I am trying to stay with 
Nova and 
the Yaesu  G-5500

What is everyone else using these days?
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