Re: AP1100/CP4 and NINA
Michael 'Mikey' Mangieri
OK, thanks. I'll check out the 1.11 version and experiment tonight. I usetoggle quoted messageShow quoted text
APCC and APPM.
My normal mode of operation is to slew to the east with CW UP (based on APCC
limits allowing this) and track past meridian with no need to flip. But
when I slew east with CW DOWN the flip needs to occur at the meridian. I
expect NINA to handle this without any additional inputs or configuration
If I ever need to track past meridian with CW UP I guess that's when NINA
needs to know when to flip? That's the part I would assume you are referring
to when you state that I need to configure NINA to execute flips prior to
those limits being reached?
From: firstname.lastname@example.org <email@example.com> On Behalf Of Dale Ghent
Sent: Thursday, May 6, 2021 12:54 PM
Subject: Re: [ap-gto] AP1100/CP4 and NINA
Hi Michael, I'm one of the contributors to NINA and have been using my
Mach1GTO+CP3(V2) with it for over 2 years. It works fine. Plenty of other
uses use it with a CP4 and CP5 and that's also fine. It just uses the A-P
ASCOM driver like any other software.
Some general tips - If you have slew/tracking or meridian limits set up in
APCC then of course be sure that you configure NINA to execute flips prior
to those limits being reached. If you use the current in-development version
of NINA, 1.11, you can use the horizon file that APCC saves directly in
NINA's advanced sequencer to trigger actions based on your local horizon,
On May 6, 2021, at 12:38, Michael 'Mikey' Mangieri<firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
I have used for years. Was wondering if the AP community has any issues
with using NINA with respect to meridian flips, CW-UP slews, and such?