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INDI Library v1.9.3 Released (11 Nov 2021)

Bimonthly Stable INDI Library release introduces new drivers and fixes for existing ones. Some highlights:

CEM25p : failed to slew on Park command

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When attempting to park my CEM25p (running latest firmware), I get a <strong>Failed to slew</strong>

server: INDI Library: 1.9.2
Kstars 3.5.5 on OSXLog extract:

DEBUG    480.253452 sec    : getPierSide pole Axis 0.000000, haAxis 12.000000, axisHa 6.000000, ha -6.002599, decPa 0.000000, Hour Angle pierSide WEST
DEBUG    480.253499 sec    : CMD <:GEC#>
DEBUG    480.301291 sec    : RES <+3240000078072430#>
DEBUG    481.302471 sec    : CMD <:GLS#>
DEBUG    481.356996 sec    : RES <+028605504446170901#>
DEBUG    481.357183 sec    : CMD <:GEA#>
DEBUG    481.405040 sec    : RES <+0000000043200000#>
DEBUG    481.405177 sec    : getPierSide pole Axis 0.000000, haAxis 12.000000, axisHa 6.000000, ha -6.002559, decPa 0.000000, Hour Angle pierSide WEST
DEBUG    481.405214 sec    : CMD <:GEC#>
DEBUG    481.453000 sec    : RES <+3240000078073430#>
<strong>DEBUG    481.453198 sec    : Parking to Az (268:35:25) Alt (-1:37:35)...
DEBUG    481.453261 sec    : CMD <:Sr34872561#>
DEBUG    481.485012 sec    : RES <31>
DEBUG    481.485108 sec    : CMD <:Sd-00774703#>
DEBUG    481.517009 sec    : RES <31>
DEBUG    481.517095 sec    : CMD <:MS#>
DEBUG    481.852918 sec    : RES <30>
ERROR    481.853025 sec    : Failed to slew.</strong>
DEBUG    482.453780 sec    : CMD <:GLS#>
DEBUG    482.492846 sec    : RES <+028605504446170901#>
DEBUG    482.493005 sec    : CMD <:GEA#>
DEBUG    482.540804 sec    : RES <+0000000043200000#>
DEBUG    482.540919 sec    : getPierSide pole Axis 0.000000, haAxis 12.000000, axisHa 6.000000, ha -6.002520, decPa 0.000000, Hour Angle pierSide WEST
DEBUG    482.540966 sec    : CMD <:GEC#>
DEBUG    482.588813 sec    : RES <+3240000078074430#>
DEBUG    483.589993 sec    : CMD <:GLS#>
DEBUG    483.644593 sec    : RES <+028605504446170901#>
DEBUG    483.644785 sec    : CMD <:GEA#>
DEBUG    483.692637 sec    : RES <+0000000043200000#>
DEBUG    483.692769 sec    : getPierSide pole Axis 0.000000, haAxis 12.000000, axisHa 6.000000, ha -6.002477, decPa 0.000000, Hour Angle pierSide WEST
DEBUG    483.692805 sec    : CMD <:GEC#>
DEBUG    483.740571 sec    : RES <+3240000078075430#>
DEBUG    484.741778 sec    : CMD <:GLS#>
DEBUG    484.796274 sec    : RES <+028605504446170901#>
DEBUG    484.796451 sec    : CMD <:GEA#>
DEBUG    484.844319 sec    : RES <+0000000043200000#>
Kstars Mac osx
Odroid C4 / WO Redcat51 / CEM25p / ZWO533MC / QHY5L-II-M (OAG)
Last edit: 1 month 4 weeks ago by Gonzothegreat. Reason: subject
2 months 1 hour ago #76280

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Very interesting, if you set your mount in the home position (such as weight down and scope pointing at Polaris) and set the park position there, this is where it failed.
If I slew the mount in any other positions away from the home one, I can then set the new park position and will not have a problem doing a park.
I also get a 2021-10-03T14:33:07: [ERROR] <strong>Mount status failed to update to slewing</strong>. from time to time.

  

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Kstars Mac osx
Odroid C4 / WO Redcat51 / CEM25p / ZWO533MC / QHY5L-II-M (OAG)
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ok, so I've done more testing and it would appear that the slew fails <strong>only</strong> when the park coordinates are negative ALT only.

Failing:


Working:


 

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Kstars Mac osx
Odroid C4 / WO Redcat51 / CEM25p / ZWO533MC / QHY5L-II-M (OAG)
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