so similar to the other threads here lately on this topic, i’ve been having meridian flip problems on .457 with the latest version of APCC (APCC Pro v18.104.22.168). APCC is sending the limit with offset to SGP. i haven’t delayed the meridian at all in APCC so my understanding that anytime after crossing the meridian the mount should flip when slewing to an RA which is past the meridian. none of the “counterweight up slew” boxes are ticked.
i can’t be 100% sure if SGP is waiting for the meridian before requesting a flip, however, in this case SGP does seem to be asking for a flip just minutes after the scope crossed the real meridian. i never seem to have this problem with my 1800s narrowband exposures; it always happens with my 240s RGB exposures. i assume this is because the probability of a flip request closer to the meridian is higher with shorter exposures.
here are a couple of SGP logs for this problem. i also have APCC logs zipped up if @rgralak needs to look at them.
thanks for any advice on this.