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Home > Classifieds > Astromart Classifieds > Telescope - Catadioptric > Classified #158809

For Sale: Meade 10" LX50 Schmidt-Cassegrain Telescope

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Meade 10" LX-50 in excellent condition. Single owner, purchased in 1996, used only a few times, stored in home in original box. Standard items include:

- 10" Schmidt-Cassegrain optical tube assembly with EMC super multi-coatings
- heavy-duty LX200-type fork mount with 4"-dia. sealed polar ball bearing
- 5.75" LX worm gear and quartz-microprocessor-controlled DC servo-motor in RA
- tangent arm and DC servo motor control system in Dec
- multi-function control panel
- eyepiece-holder and diagonal prism (1.25")
- manual and electric slow-motion controls and setting circles in both axes
- keypad hand controller
- 4-speed drive controls on both axes
- standard equatorial wedge
- 8x50mm viewfinder
- MA25mm multi-coated eyepiece
- battery compartment accepting six AA-size batteries
- 25 ft. power cord for telescope operation from 12v. auto cigarette lighter plug

Additional items include:
- Meade Field Tripod
- JMI Universal Wheeley Bar
- TeleVue 8mm Plossl lens
- Meade #140 Series 4000 2x Apochromatic Barlow Lens

The scope will ship in original box and packing with literature. Tripod and wheeley bar boxed separately.

$1,000 plus shipping
 

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