FS And is a dwarf nova discovered by Hoffmeister in
1967. He reported relatively frequent outbursts. The
object was studied in more detail by Meinunger in
1986, who reported an approximate outburst cycle
length of ~10 d, and the presence of a possible
standstill. Consequently, the object was classified
as a likely Z Cam star. However, the presence
of frequent short outbursts, with a quick fade from
maximum, seems to rather favour a UGSU-type
classification of FS And. So far, no superhumps have
been discovered yet in this system.
Following an outburst announcement of FS And on
Sep 2nd on CVnet (by Mike Simonsen), I decided to
start an unfiltered photometry session on Sep 06/07,
2005, using an ST-7XME CCD camera and 0.35-m f/6.3
telescope. The resulting lightcurve is shown below.
It shows no evidence of superhumps.