The setup between HRD and ARS-USB (if you use the ARSVCOM program) is as follows:
1.- Setting a Virtual port into ARSVCOM Software and choose the rotor emulation as Yaesu GS232A. In this example we’ll use COM5 Note: I suggest to use the Yaesu emulation since it’s the more popular.
Choose the rotor or interface to be used:
- Yaesu_GS_232A Az if you own a ARS for Azizmuth or
- Yaesu_GS_232A Az/El if you own a ARS for Azimuth & Elevación.
Select the Port that you choose in the ARSVCOM –> Virtual Port and Emulation menu. In our example it was COM5 Select any speed, for instance 19200 and Refresh rate to 1 sec.
3.- Now press the Connect button. HRD Rotor should interface with the ARSVCOM via that COM5 and it will begin to receive/send rotor commands.
That’s all! Now you can do any tracking (manual or automatic).