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No control of Ioptron 25P mount


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The issue does not appear to be related to the ASCOM Platform. BYE uses MoveAxis calls. It can be somewhat tricky to use only the axis rates that the driver supports. Some mounts, for example, can support any axis rate between 0 and 5 deg/sec. BYE handles these rates just fine. However, in the past BYE has had problems when a driver supports a list of discrete rates, like 16X sidereal, 64X sidereal, 5 deg/sec. etc.

There is a long thread about this problem from November 2019 --> 

This does not appear to have been addressed in v 3.2.0 RC6.

 

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7 hours ago, PABresler said:

I am using SGP but it is pretty awkward....would be nice if this were fixed! The ability to center objects to take an image is an essential function.

Peter

 

 

If you're looking at centering object I recommend you download 3.2.0.RC from the pre-release section and use the platesolve feature instead for centering.

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