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Home > Classifieds > Astromart Classifieds > Mounts - Equatorial > Classified #146336

For Sale: ALTAZ Mount in Astro-Physics White

Ad No.: 146336
Seller: Binoscope Company
Posted: 9/24/2002 11:26 AM
Location: 3 Wyman Court
Coram,, NY - United States
Phone: 631-473-5349
Ad Hits: 676
This is a Universal Altaz mount that can be used for a variety of scopes. Available in AP white or Dark Gray Hammertone. Weather you own an expensive refractor, reflector or Schmidt/cass, this mount is for you. The mount allows for very quick and lightweight setup and takedown. Capacities are up to 70 pounds with options of Slo-mo controls, eyepiece caddies and 4000 step encoders and hardware available. The mount comes with a tripod adapter block which can be mounted to your tripod/pier or to a Meade adjustable field tripod. The weight is only 26 pounds.


Altaz mount alone ( choice of colors ) $ 2,200.00
Encoders and mounting hardware 225.00
Slo-mo controls 450.00
tripod 295.00
2" & 1.25" eyepiece caddies both sides 175.00
Hard ABS case with 3 recessed handles 350.00

The mount has ultra smooth movement with an 8" bearing surface in Azimuth and both thrust and radial bearings on altitude and azimuth. Slo Mo controls allow continueous clutch friction adjustment in both axis. The Hard coated powdercoat will give years of tough service. Standard mount comes with altitude lockups for easy & secure loading and choice of either a Losmandy or AP saddle.


Joe Castoro


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