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Home > Classifieds > Astromart Classifieds > Mounts - Equatorial > Classified #121067

For Sale: Prooved EQ-6 Mount

Ad No.: 121067
Seller: APM-Telescopes
Posted: 4/30/2002 4:31 AM
Location: Goebenstrasse 35
Saarbruecken, - Germany
Phone: +49-174-3234333
Ad Hits: 838
EQ-6 Equatorial Head, Stainless Tripod, 2 Counterweights, Polarfinder, dual axis stepper drive all is includet

Exportprices to USA
- EQ-6 with tripod, 2 counterweights, Polarfinder, dual axis Drive US $ 995
- MTS3 SLP upgrade PEC-Drive US $ 275
- MTS3 SDI upgrade PEC-Drive US $ 360
- Dynostar X3 Goto Controller (0,4°/sec.) US $ 825
- upgrade for highspeed motors for Binostar X3(4°/SEC.) US $ 699
- FS-2 Goto upgrade PEC-Drive ( 0.4°/sec. slewing speed) US $ 860

New informations:
The motor kit made by ASTROMECCANICA in Italy, which is distributed in Germany exclusively by ASTRO ELECTRONIC.
Pros: The maximum slewing speed is about 300x at 12 Volts, 600x at 30 Volts or 800x at 40 Volts.
This is a fast GOTO solution.
Cons: The high quality motors are not cheap

New Highspeed Motorkid for EQ-6 Mount with maximum slewing speed of 300x by using 12 Volt and 600 x by using 30 Volt and
800 x by using 40 Volt Custom,ers can easily self install this new Motorkid ,
only 1 cable from mount to FS-2 Exportprice US $ 490

We have the mounts in stock. Each Mount is prechecked for nonvibration and non backlash problems before shipping

APM Markus Ludes, Germany


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