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Home > Classifieds > Astromart Classifieds > Mounts - Equatorial > Classified #186365

For Sale: **Reduced Price** Astrometric Instruments SkyWalker-Servo Drive System for Losmandy G-11

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Upgrade your Losmandy G-11 or GM-8 to Go-To with the Astrometric Instruments SkyWalker-Servo drive system by simply replacing your stepper motors with the SkyWalker-Servo drive modules. This is a very simple installation that anyone can perform.

Please see Astrometric Instruments' web site for a full description of the capabilities of this system. [A Google search will take you to their web site.]

This excellent Go-To system was purchased new by me in April 2002 and works extremely well. Mounted on a polar aligned Losmandy G-11, the system would place the desired object on the chip of a SBIG ST-7 CCD camera every time.

Forced sale due to arrival of larger capacity Go-To mount and sale of the Losmandy G-11 that the SkyWalker system was mounted on. The system includes servo motor modules, hand paddle, power cable, serial communications cable, and SkyGuide software.

Asking price is $1,500, save $395 off the $1,895 retail price. Price includes ground shipping within the Continental US. Will accept money order or cashier's check for immediate shipping. Personal checks accepted but I will not ship unit until check clears.

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