Hello Team
 
I am trying to connect a Yeasu GS232B rotor controller to G predict. Using rotctld Gpredict does not always report the correct az and el direction. I am running XP. The rotor has the proper response to commands when sent from a terminal. The rotor responds correctly when queried by rotctl with  commands B and C.  When sent command p I get get incorrect az and el values.  Below is a screen copy of my XP CMD window.
 

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C:\Program Files\hamlib-win32-1.2.15.3\bin>rotctl.exe -m 603 -r COM4 p

35.000000

3.000000

C:\Program Files\hamlib-win32-1.2.15.3\bin>rotctl.exe -m 603 -r COM4 w B

EL=012

C:\Program Files\hamlib-win32-1.2.15.3\bin>rotctl.exe -m 603 -r COM4 w C

AZ=035

C:\Program Files\hamlib-win32-1.2.15.3\bin>rotctl.exe -m 603 -r COM4 w C2

AZ=035EL=012

The actual setup string used with Gpredict is  C:\Program Files\hamlib-win32-1.2.15.3\bin>rotctld.exe -m 603 -r COM4 -T 192.1.102 -t 4533

Using rotctld Gpredict reports az and el values similar to the p response.  Above I used rotctl just because it is more convenient, I assume that the responces are similar.  Where am I going wrong?

A second question is what command elicits az and el information  when easycomII ( rig# 202) is polled with a p command.

 

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