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Home > Classifieds > Astromart Classifieds > Mounts - Equatorial > Classified #196810

For Sale: SkyWalker-Servo Drive for G11/GM-8, Superb Accuracy, Europe&Worldwide

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I'm selling my GM-8 in another ad, so my Astrometric SkyWalker-Servo Drive System will have to go!
This drive system uses Swiss DC servo-motors for the smoothest guiding capability to be seen, an incredibly sweet acceleration up to superfast sleeve, and the most astounding accuracy I have seen in my life (thanks to the full-metal gearing and encasing).
Can be used as stand-alone, or (in connection with any PC running Win98/ME) will become a top-class GOTO drive; and can be used with TheSky or any other planetarium software, either locally or remote!
The PC interface permits full control of an incredible set of parameters, including meridian avoidance, travel limits, obstacle avoidance, and a LOT of tweacking values. You will have full control and FANTASTIC tune-up capabilities! The manual is 150 pages long, and the support from Astrometric (I strongly recommend you to check their website; do a search for Astrometric in Google) is outstanding!
Asking $1,295.00 or Euro 1,125.00 (that is 30% LESS than List price, PLUS you will save VAT and transportation; you basically get it at half price); Fully insured UPS shipping is INCLUDED anywhere in Europe (worldwide with little supplement); cashier check preferred, Paypal available with 3% supplement.

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