The Focuser type exposes the following members.
True if the focuser is capable of absolute position; that is, being commanded to a specific step location.
Set True to connect to the device hardware. Set False to disconnect from the device hardware. You can also read the property to check whether it is connected. This reports the current hardware state.(Inherited from AscomDriver.)
Returns a description of the device, such as manufacturer and modelnumber. Any ASCII characters may be used.(Inherited from AscomDriver.)
Descriptive and version information about this ASCOM driver.(Inherited from AscomDriver.)
A string containing only the major and minor version of the driver.(Inherited from AscomDriver.)
The interface version number that this device supports.(Inherited from AscomDriver.)
True if the focuser is currently moving to a new position. False if the focuser is stationary.
State of the connection to the focuser.
Maximum increment size allowed by the focuser; i.e. the maximum number of steps allowed in one move operation.
Maximum step position permitted.
The short name of the driver, for display purposes(Inherited from AscomDriver.)
Current focuser position, in steps.
Step size (microns) for the focuser.
Returns the list of action names supported by this driver.(Inherited from AscomDriver.)
The state of temperature compensation mode (if available), else always False.
True if focuser has temperature compensation available.
Current ambient temperature as measured by the focuser.