The project is based on Thomas Jacquin's excellent AllSky Camera project http://www.thomasjacquin.com/all-sky-camera/
You can see the view I get here http://22.214.171.124:8082/public.php. I am still fiddling with orientation and the final mounting so if the view suddenly changes, that's why.
Please let me know if ZWO recommend this type of installation. I am especially worried about high temperature in summer where the sensor will get very hot indeed and about sensor damage due to prolonged sun exposure. I would also like to know if ZWO specifically reccomends a differnt camera as an All Sky device.
Thank you for your help and I look forward to your reply.
I'm also concerned whether the sensor will get damaged from exposure to the mid-day sun and what options we have.
Those are the exact questions I would like answered. I think the ZWO folk are on New Year vacation for a few days so we will probably need to wait a while until they answer. The thought of a camera sensor sitting out in 60C temperature in its weatherproof housing with the sun pointing right onto the sensor whilst being focused there by the lens is indeed a worrying scenario.
I hope that ZWO will soon come back and say either, it should be fine or, this voids your warranty.
Happy New Year.
I put an ASI290MC in a waterproof box wrapped in aluminum tape. It has been running for a month now, seemingly without issues. It is capable of taking images during broad daylight with extremely short exposures. No damage to the sensor yet.
The sensor temperature rises to around 50 deg C during the day. Thus, I record images only during the night.
After running for a month, software was unable to connect to it. Pulling out the USB cable and reconnecting it restored the connection.