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Home > Classifieds > Astromart Classifieds > Mounts - Equatorial > Classified #115131

For Sale: ***sold**Steal aTeleVue Gibraltar Mount, Walnut with Tele-Pod Head and Sky Tour

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Gibraltar Mount, Walnut with Tele-Pod Head and Sky Tour.
Cost New at Anacortes $1495
Also include Tripod Case From Manfrotto which sells for about $100
All Absolutely Mint
Used for AP Traveler
First 995 plus shipping gets it
This is a real Steal !!!!
and I just want to fininsh up
Supporting your telescope isn’t enough, cradle it! Within a Tele Vue yoke and cradle head, your telescope balances at its center of gravity, seemingly “weightless” as you move about the sky. Bearing surfaces of brass, anodized aluminum, and teflon provide the smooth feel needed for accurate movements.
Weight (lbs.): 20
Height Range: 3 ft - 5 ft
Swing range (degrees): +85 to -10
Best with: Tele Vue-102, Tele Vue NP101, Renaissance-102
Sky Tour Features:
Display: Red L.E.D., 10 Character
Display Dimming: 5 levels
Display Resolution: 1 minute right ascension, 0.1 degree declination
Coordinate Epoch: AD 2000
Alt/Azimuth Setup: Requires 2 star alignment - no input for latitude, longitude, date or time required.
Encoder Resolution: 2160 step, 0.09 degree encoders
Sampling Rate: 0.5 millisecond
Maximum Slew Rate: 160 degree per second
Sidereal Clock Accuracy: 0.01%
Dimensions: 2.8 x 4.6 x 1.1 inches
Battery Life: 20 hours with display fully dimmed
Weight: 6 ounces including 9v battery


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