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Home > Classifieds > Astromart Classifieds > Telescope - Catadioptric > Classified #290818

For Sale: MEADE LX50 SCT

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MEADE LX50 SCT. Excellent condition, original owner, purchased new. Excellent optics. Same super EMC multi-coated optical tube assemblies included with the LX200 series. Completely cordless, battery operated. Can be powered by DC using Meade #607 power cord or powered vis household current using Meade #541 AC adapter. Dual axis drive capability, 2x, 8x, 16x and 32x slewing speeds, sidereal-rate tracking in R.A. Multi-functional control panel, includes connectors for CCD Autoguiders and Magellan II Computer-Corrector, and power connectors. Heavy duty fork arm. Also includes:

* Heavy duty variable-height field tripod
* Equatorial wedge
* 8 x 50 Viewfinder
* Telrad
* Diagonal prism
* Meade 1.25" MA 25mm eyepiece
* JMI Motofocus (NGF-S)
* Meade soft cover carrying case w/foam inserts
* Magellan II Telescope Computer-Corrector System. Programmed w/over 12,000 deep-sky objects including planets and stars.
* Meade interface cable and connector

Will deliver telescope within 100 miles of Orange County California, or pay 50 percent of standard freight shipping charges.

Excellent scope, have upgraded to Meade LX 200 GPS. Please contact me if you have any questions regarding the telescope.


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