First things first… When working with rotators, things are brutally slow. Especially when it and SGP are not working well together… When a user cancels a slew/center/sync during rotation, PLEASE TO GOD issue a command to the rotator to stop lol. The wait once it rotates past were it is supposed to be is excruciatingly unbearable . As it takes so long for the rotator to do a 360, its faster just to force quite things via task manager and reload the sequence… That is a problem.
Second. This is not the first time I have had problems with SGP and my NiteCrawler 25 rotator. Using 457 and 2 versions of the NC driver, SGP keeps just watching my rotator run past it’s target (with nc driver 6.2.6616) without stoping it. With driver 6.2.6939 it always issues commands in the reverse direction of where it is supposed to go.
I know the drill… will post logs when motivated to zip em and upload em in the morning.