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Home > Classifieds > Astromart Classifieds > Telescope - Refractor > Classified #229534

For Sale: Meade ETX-60AT with Tripod And Mars-Eye Finder ""REDUCED""

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MEADE ETX-60AT with #495 Autostar Hand Controller, 2 Modified Achromatic Eyepieces (MA 25mm amd MA 9mm), Mars-Eye Finder (red dot) and a modified tripod, all in very good condition. The tripod is from an old 60mm refractor with a pieces of 1” plywood mounted on the tripod to support the ETX-60AT, the scope is supported with 2-1/4 -20 screws, Which goes into the bottom of the scope.

Optical diameter: 60mm

Focal length: 350mm

Near focus: 15 feet

Resolving power: 1.9 arc seconds

Optical coatings: Multicoated

Limiting visual stellar magnitude: 11.2

Image scale: 4.14 per inch

Maximum practical visual power: 200x

Optical tube dimensions: 3.6 by 12 inches

Eyepieces: MA9mm, MA25mm

Telescope mounting: Fork type, double line

Motor drive system: DC servo motors with encoders

Slow-motion controls: Electric, 9-speed, on both axes

Hand controller: No. 494 Autostar controller included

Hemispheres of operation: North and south

Batteries: 6 AA

Battery life: Approximately 20 hours

Tube body: High-impact ABS

Mounting: Reinforced high-impact ABS

Lens: Grade A optical glass

Dimensions: 15 by 7.3 by 8.5 inches

Weight: 6.7 pounds

Tripod with adjustable legs

Mars-Eye Finder (Red-Dot) with dual brightness control, from Apogee Inc. model #LJM-2.

For $140.00 plus shipping.


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