Thanks Leo! I can certainly understand you don’t want to help me break my own equipment, I can do that all on my own! I now do this semi-manually and am pretty comfortable with it.
What I was thinking of is a script, not sure how since I’m just learning, to image until a certain time or the target reaches a certain altitude and pause, then resume when the target reaches the meridian which would trigger a pier flip, then resume imaging.
Or disable meridian flip control in Voyager, set the meridian an hour ahead of time in APCC, pause when the target reaches a certain altitude past that meridian limit, and do a precision goto, which would cause the scope to flip. Not asking you to spend any time, just comment on feasibility. Don’t want to disrupt other more important work.
Thanks again! I’m now working on creating profiles for all my camera, scope, reducer combinations. 3 cameras, 3 scopes/reducers, so 9 altogether. Need to set up in the Sky X and Voyager. Have plenty of time, cloudy forecast for the week