As Leo mentioned, APCC meridian limits are not officially supported by Voyager.
However I followed the instruction by Roberto and I found that Voyager works really well with APCC meridian limits. I ran simulated runs inside for few days and did actual imaging for three nights and it worked perfectly as expected.
Here are my settings in APCC.
If the target is within the east limit, APCC will do the meridian flip in advance for slew requests even though the target is still in the eastern sky.
If the mount hits the west limit after passing the meridian, APCC will flip the mount.
This is done because “Flip” scope is chosen in the action when limit reached drop down list.
In Voyager’s mount setup
For my case I set meridian cross delay by mount to a larger value than the longest west limit in APCC because APCC will flip the mount when the mount reaches the west limit for given declination.
In the sequence meridian tab
You need to check Abort exposure if meridian flip occurs outside voyager and force execute meridian flip operations.
There are two things that you need to be aware of.
If the mount flips when the west limit reaches, you will lose the current sub in progress.
If you use RoboStar focusing and the pier side is west, APCC may flip the mount even though the focus star is on the east (before meridian) if the star is within the east limit.
Most of time I choose a target which can be started with a meridian advance so those two limitations don’t really bother me.
Try this at your own risk but as long as you set the meridian limits correctly and initializes the mount properly, I think Voyager and APCC combination will work without any issue.