Just looking again at the handling of location in the temma driver, I think I've found an issue in the updating of location, and it may be the cause of your issue. It'll take some time today to sift thru and validate, my temma mount is currently not set up, but I'll get it in a spot where I can test this thru the day today and get an update in if this is indeed the issue.
What does the mount site management panel show for your lattitude when you look at it from the control panel. Tracking for n/s hemisphere is determined by the lattitude being set into the mount.
diegocolonnello wrote: Last night i updated my Leonardo and installed the NEXDOME driver on INDI and also the NEW version on Windows...
First, when testing INDI, and after having issues with my mount, i decided to test the NEXDOME implementation, it connects to the board, i start homing the dome, the sensor stops the dome on the right place but somehow the board is not sending the message to the driver saying AT HOME!!! .
knro wrote: The coordinates are not saved and will not be saved.
knro wrote: The geographical coordinates are saved and been that way for over a decade.
knro wrote: The coordinates are not saved and will not be saved..
Set your simulators to have the same focal length as the real one, then set the sim camera to have the same number and size of pixels as your real one, then save that configuration so when you load your simulator profile, it emulates your real hardware.
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I don't understand the 2nd bit, is dome 2 established already as a device but not 'connected'? you can disconnect any device and connect them in INDI control panel. But perhaps I'm missing something here.
knro wrote: It is made this way
I've added a driver to the tree for the NexDome observatory dome. NexDome is located in the 3rdparty tree, it could have gone into the main branch but, I plan to add firmware update capability for the dome controller which will involve carrying hex files along with the driver, hence the placement into the 3rdparty tree.
NexDome is an affordable 2.2 meter observatory dome. The controller to rotate the dome is shipping, the controller for the shutter is in prototype form and not yet shipping, but should be real soon now.
The dome controller is based on an arduino leonardo, for which I wrote the firmware to control the dome.
We currently have one dome installed here, and will be installing a second one in the very near future as we finish construction on our 'his and hers' observatory setup. We live in a rural area on northern vancouver island, under a fairly dark sky. The domes are located about 420 feet from the house, and we put an optical fiber data link between the dome platforms and the house, so it can all be operated remotely.
NexDome folks took a different tack than most astro companies with regards to automation. When I first met them a little over a year ago, they said the goal was an entirely open source solution so that folks so inclined, can tinker with the setup as much as they want. So, the controllers are based on an arduino leonardo type of board, and the firmware for the controllers is all on github. All the drivers have been made available in source form on github as well.
This is a first release, there will be more updates over time as we add capabilities to the system.