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Home > Classifieds > Astromart Classifieds > Mounts - Equatorial > Classified #193923

For Sale: Meade #506 Cable/Software Kit for ETX 60/70AT-SOLD! [SOLD]

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*****SOLD-Thanks Brian!*****

I have for sale the Meade #506 Autostar cable connector kit. This includes the cable to connect your ETX 60 or 70 to your PC computer (won't work with my palm m100, not sure that it will work with a Mac, either), Starry Night Bundle edition software, and Meade Astrofinder Software (which actually controls the ETX with your computer). The cable plugs directly into the mount's AUX port (as the #494 Autostar that comes with the ETX 60/70 does not have a port for connecting to the Autostar directly, unlike the #495 and 497 Autostars, which can connect to a computer or palm with a much simpler and less expensive cable). I bought this used off of Astromart for $40 shipped. I only used it a couple of times before my scope took a tumble, smashing the LCD on the #494 Autostar unit. I replaced the Autostar unit with the #495, so I no longer need this. How about $35 and I'll cover Priority Mail shipping to the U.S./Canada. I accept Paypal, checks, or money orders. Thanks.

P.S. If you want the broken #494 Autostar I'll throw it in for free (I've taken apart the unit to see if the LCD is replaceable, it looks like it is, if you can find the right part).

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