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Home > Classifieds > Astromart Classifieds > Telescope - Catadioptric > Classified #216201

For Sale: Celestron GPS 11 with fiber carbon tube, tripod etc. SALE PENDING

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I purchased this computerized scope new 12/23/02 w/2 year warranty. Scope is in perfect condition. It was used 6 or 7 times. I am not longer able to phyiscally handle the scope. Pics provided on request.

11" f/10 Starbright Fastar-compatible multicoated optics in carbon fiber tube; go-to fully computerized dual fork arm mount with 5.625" worm gears in each axis and carrying handles; heavy duty adjustable height metal tripod; NexStar 40,000+ object computer hand control with coiled cord stores in fork arm; PPEC (Permanent Periodic Error Compensation); built-in adjustable backlash compensation; dual RS-232 ports for connection to a PC; dual serial ports for communication with future "smart" accessories currently under development; separate CCD autoguider port; separate 12 Volt DC accessory power output; 9 x 50mm finderscope; 1.25" star diagonal; 1.25" 40mm NexStar Plössl eyepiece (70x); AC power supply; dust covers.

Price $2,550.00 plus shippng. Pay via money order or (PayPal add 3%) If picked up at my home price is $2,500, no shipping.
Call me with any questions, Ron Maret 513-731-5321 (Cincinnati, Ohio)

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