>> A tracking log that you collected with PEC turned off in order to measure the PE of the mount so that you can create a PEC curve?
Yes, that is.
>> A tracking log that you collected after applying a newly created PEC curve to the mount? In order to look at final performance.
Yes, I also did it. The attached log file is a new one with earlier PEC in place.
>> It's got that huge diagonal jump at the end. An artifact? A bump?
It's because of rapidly decreasing signal because of transient clouds at the end. It's not related to the mount itself.
>> If post-PEC application, it still has a very prominent PE.
No the first one I brought to this thread is a pure first-time PEC run.
>> There's all kinds of things that I've bought that didn't work for me but worked fine for others. It always sucks when that happens. Most Paramounts seem to do OK (including mine) but it sometimes takes more effort than we'd desire. Others are more challenging.
I hope mine is also work good! In dead, I have to make it working. For some reasons (you may know from my origin!) I can not pay (I mean, send) money to get a new subscription to get the latest TXS version. I also can not sent my mount back to the factory to make any possible repairs. That is why I eagerly look for a solution to solve the problem with my own.
Edited by Hamed-A, 09 July 2020 - 10:56 AM.