Alas I have no diseqc command reader, and also no receiver with a possibility to enter raw diseqc commands, so I cannot test this myself. So I put my question on this forum. I'm trying to make a raw diseqc USALS/GotoX calculator, outputting the raw diseqc GotoX-commands that belong to a calculated (modified) Hour Angle, in a HtoH motor setup. Calculating the (modified) Hour Angle is no problem anymore, and also not converting the Hour Angle to Diseqc hex numbers, but finding the correct code for 'turn left (east)' and 'turn right (west)' is a problem for me. The GotoX command always starts with E0 31 6E .., but then my confusion starts: The eutelsat documents for a positioner mention 0, 1 and F for the direction east or west. However in the dvbdream program I notice that two different ways are used to turn left or right from zero, for different diseqc motors: motor:_______________________to the left (+ no. degrees)____________to the right (+ no. degrees) STAB and SM3D12____________Ex xx_______________________________Dx xx SG2100_______________________Ex xx_______________________________0x xx Geotrack H120 and generic____Fx xx (counting back from FF FF)____0x xx Would these differences implicate, that a receiver normally sends multiple GotoX-commands, to accommodate various motor types? I find that rather improbable. So could someone maybe test with a diseqc reader, what raw diseqc USALS/GotoX command is actually sent by a receiver for a movement east of zero, and what command for a movement west of zero? Are they 0, or D, (for west); and E, or F, (for east); as indicated in the table above? I would very much like to hear the answer! What I don't find improbable, however, is that a motor IC could react to differently formatted diseqc commands, but I'm just assuming. So could someone with a receiver with the possibility of inputting raw diseqc commands maybe test, if a STAB and/or a SG2100 reacts to both the Dx xx command, and the 0x xx command, for moving right (west)? I hope to find the answers here! (I tried to become a member at the dvbdream forum, but somehow I didn't succeed, so I cannot ask there....) Greetz, A33 Edit: I tried to make the table proportional/readable again, as all the 'spaces' were left out in the post.