Description: Temperature compensation allows you to train and adjust your focuser to react to temperature changes (between frames). If you're using auto focus triggers on the temp change this is not needed.
Temperature compensation can be turned on in the Focus Control Panel as seen below:
Before temperature compensation can be used it must first be trained. If you happen to know your temperature coefficient in Steps per Degrees Celsius, then you can enter this value directly into the Focus Control Panel. See Temperature Compensation Trainer for more information.
Note: Negative temperature compensation ratios indicate that your focuser will move INWARD as temperature drops.
Note: Changes less than 2 steps will not move the focuser until the required change exceeds 2 steps