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Home > Classifieds > Astromart Classifieds > Misc & Other Astronomy > Classified #183865

For Sale: Palm VIIx, Meade 505 Cable, Null Modem Adaptor ***SOLD***

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I have a Palm VIIx brand-new factory sealed in box, Meade 505 Connector Cable Set (used a few times, MINT condition, original box and instructions) and a brand new unused Null Modem adaptor. This is all the hardware you need to drive your 505 compatible Meade telescope via the Palm with free downloadable software such as Planetarium. All you do is point to an object on the Palm screen, and your telescope slews to that object.

I've used a similar setup on my scope, and it's a pleasure to more finding your way through the Autostar menus...just simply point to what you want to see and it puts it in the eyepiece. It's great because it gives a picture of an area of the sky and everything you can see in that more having to memorize what named NGC or Caldwell object is in what part of the sky because you can see it directly on the Palm screen. This entire setup was for my father, he never used it, and now he wants to sell it.

I'm asking $150 plus shipping. The Palm VIIx alone is worth this, but I'm also including the 505 connector cable set and the null modem adaptor to make it a complete working system. Paypal add 3%, money order/cashier's check, personal check must clear before shipping.

Please email me with any questions you may have, and thanks for looking!

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