Re: Initial GoTo In APCC Pro Cause Nose or Tail Dive
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If that's in the keypad, a -8 puts you somewhere in India or China.
From: John <obee11@...>
Sent: Wed, Dec 23, 2020 6:03 pm
Subject: Re: [ap-gto] Initial GoTo In APCC Pro Cause Nose or Tail Dive
Aloha Ray and Dominique,
Oops, I'm using ver 220.127.116.11. I'll get the new version installed tonight. The site location coordinates look good and the time offset is -8.00 for the Pacific time zone.
I'll double check the 'mount location' info in the "Site Tab" after installing the new version and re-connecting to the mount (via Ethernet). I'm not connected to the mount right now
What I meant about the keypad, was that I was using the keypad by itself (in stand alone mode with no laptop and no apcc). As another test (for a goto), I powered up the mount with
just the keypad connected and all the initial gotos worked fine (no nose dive). I haven't tried using both apcc and the keypad set to EXT yet.
I'll reply back after the 18.104.22.168 update, No big deal if I have to use the 'find home' button first in apcc. Last night I was thinking that maybe the initial goto nose dives in apcc had to do with me
removing power every night. Thanks!!