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Home > Classifieds > Astromart Classifieds > Telescope - Catadioptric > Classified #196819

For Sale: Celes-Meade Combo [SOLD]

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April 2002 C11 grey OTA ( deliver excellent astrophotography and visual sessions ).

OTA retrofitted ( Ingineer work, has not been drilled ) in a Ultima 11 fork mount ( ribbed fork ) with PEC and 4 tracking rates. No
electric problem. Excellent tracking when balanced. I'm the second owner of this mount.

Dec motor, hand control.

Advanced Astro Master ( 4000 tics encoder on Dec and 8192 tics encoder on RA ). Excellent pointing.

Telrad and 9 X 50 finder with a Meade black bracket ( not the cheap one supplied by Celestron ! ).

CI700 doveplate on top of the OTA with a Sky Watcher 102mm f/5 achromatic refractor piggybacked on top.

Losmandy conterweight assembly with weight.

Celestron dew shield and Orion dew zapper.

Meade Superwedge ( drilled to accept Ultima drive base ).

Meade Giant Field tripod.

12V Cord for the C11.

12V cord for the AAM.

Spare RA motor.

Defect Ultima 11 board that must be repaired by an electrinician. Is working but present some bugs when the drive is speeded up at 4X sideral. Once repaired, it will do an excellent spare board.

This is rock solid and look so great. Light weight and easilly transportable.

Serious inquiries only. First $3800.00 take it.

Thanks for looking.


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