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Home > Classifieds > Astromart Classifieds > Mounts - Equatorial > Classified #965013

For Sale: Telescope Drive Master V2.51 by Explore Scientific

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I Have a very like nib telescope drive master from made by explore scientific for sale. It is the newest version offered by them 2.51 which also accepts auto guider input. I will fit many mounts but I used it on my cge pro. Explore scientific offers the adapters for almost all popular mounts for this to work with. This device takes the average mount and corrects for imperfections in the RA axis for perfect tracking. I purchased it back about 4 months ago and have only installed it and used it 2 times. Works very good and offers amazing unguided subs when perfectly polar aligned and can also be used with guiding. To get the most out of this device you need to be perfectly polar aligned and that's why I am selling this. I don't have an observatory so I don't always do a precise alignment to get the most out of it. Included items are the TDM computer V2.51, all cables needed, encoder and Celestron Cge Pro tdm mount adapter. Total package bought new is $1699.99 for the tdm kit and $499.99 for the cge pro mount adapter so $2,200 before taxes and shipping if bought new. Ill pay shipping but the buyer must pay paypal fee. Shipping to continental us only

Thanks,

Justin
 

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