Re: Possible bug in APCC with park?

Howard Hedlund

Hi Tom, 
Just a few brief thoughts:
  • Park is a state.  (as opposed to a State Park) 
  • Park means that the motors and their encoders are no longer energized.  Nothing more.
  • The mount can park, or can be parked in any position.  
  • For normal operation, the mount MUST remain actively connected to APCC - This is a SAFETY feature!  In APCC:
    • click the Park tab,
    • find the Safety Park group box at the upper right corner 
    • click its lovely little ?  in the corner.  You will be rewarded with some answers
  • Don't park with other software.  APCC is already open anyway.  Use APCC to park your mount.

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