City Light Suppression Broadband Filter for Visual and Photographic
For Visual and Photographic Purpose at Sub-Rural Area
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City Light Suppression Broadband Filter for Visual and Photographic Purpose at Sub-Rural Area
City Light Suppression broadband filter is designed to improve the visibility of various Deepsky objects.
By selectively reducing the transmission of wavelengths of light pollutants, specifically those produced by artificial lightings including mercury vapor lamps, both high & low pressure sodium vapor lights and the unwanted natural light caused by neutral oxygen emission in our atmosphere (i.e. skyglow).
Together with the highly transparent in main nebula emission lines at OIII(496nm and 500nm), H-beta (486nm), NII(654nm and 658nm), H-alpha(656nm) as well as SII(672nm), the filter is suitable for enhancing the contrast and details for both visual and photographic purpose at sub-rural area.
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Answer: My board-to-USB cable connection has a 4-pin connector. Not sure if you mean the connecotr broke off, or the wire snapped at the connector, but regardless, the easiest way to fix is to just trim off the wire and connector and solder it to the board. The pin order on mine (from edge inward) [Blk,Grn,Wht,Red] which corresponds to [Ground, Data+, Data-, 5V]. Mine is also marked on the board "GND","DP","DM","5V". If your entire cable is damaged just grab any other USB cable (so long as it is shielded and contains data wires, which some of the more flimsy-feeling "power only" cables won't) and cut off the device end. If you don't know how to solder, just go to your local Makerspace and ask someone to show you how.