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Home > Classifieds > Astromart Classifieds > Mounts - Equatorial > Classified #197380

For Sale: Televue Gibraltar Mount with Encoders and MiniMAX Computer ***SOLD***

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This is a very solid Televue ash Gibraltar mount (older style, not telepod) complete with installed 2160 optical encoders and JMI NGC MiniMAX Computer. The mount head is in excellent condition. The tripod is is very sturdy and works very well, the finish on the wood is worn from use, but there are no major dings or gouges in the wood.

I used this mount with my Takahashi FS102 in conjunction with a special tube holder made for the Gibraltar and FS102 combination (see my other ad if interested in the tube holder).

After a 2-star alignment the encoders and computer are able to place most objects within the fov of a 22mm panoptic. The MiniMAX is version 2.88 and has a catalog of 3912 objects. The MiniMAX was altered by the previous owner to add a connector for AC operation, but the internal wires for that purpose are currently disconnected. Since it lasts for many hours using a 9 volt battery, I have never had any reason to try out this option. I have just now installed a new battery, so it should be a long time before you need to change it. Price $620 plus $30 for shipping.

I will only ship to continental USA, and will only accept PayPal, money order, or cashier's check for payment.

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