Orion HDX110 EQ-G GoTo Equatorial Mount with Tripod Pier

6 years 7 months ago - 6 years 7 months ago #101271 by carlobeirnes
Hi Guy’

We now have in stock the Orion HDX110 EQ-G GoTo Equatorial Mount with Tripod Pier. This mount fills a huge gap in the market between the Celestron VX and CGE mounts. Enough of me talking about it see for yourself below.
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The Orion HDX110 EQ-G GoTo Equatorial Mount with Tripod Pier


Specifications:
  • Best for imaging Deep sky
  • Astro-imaging capability
  • Lunar, planetary & long exposure
  • Weight rating
  • 110 lbs.
  • Dovetail bar system
  • Yes
  • Motor drive compatibility
  • Clock drive included
  • Computerized compatibility
  • Go-To included
  • Alignment procedure 3-star, 2-star, 1-star
  • Number of objects in database 42,000+
  • Tracking rates Sidereal, Solar and Lunar
  • Motor speeds Max slew speed 3.3°/sec
  • Motor type Microstep driven stepper motors
  • Power requirement 12-volt DC - 4A (tip positive)
  • PEC
  • Yes
  • Backlash compensation Yes
  • Latitude range
  • 10-65
  • Setting circles Electronic, via the hand controller
  • Polar-axis scope Sold separately
  • Counterweights Two 22 lb.
  • Available ports
  • RS-232, autoguider
  • Tripod material Steel
  • Tripod leg diameter 2.38 in.
  • Counterweight bar length 16 in.
  • Diameter of counterweight shaft 31mm
  • Height range of mount
  • 31.10 in. - 43.30 in.
  • Weight, mount/tripod 124.7 lbs.
  • Weight, fully assembled 124.7 lbs.
  • Additional included accessories Hard case for EQ head, with casters, DC power cable, PC interface RS-232 serial cable
  • Other features Software assisted polar alignment, Dual encoders each axis, closed loop electronics, Leveling pads for tripod legs included
  • Warranty One year

More information and prices www.scopesandspace.ie/products/details/o...ith-tripod-pier/1069

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Scopes and Space Team.
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Carl O’Beirnes,
Scopes and Space Ltd,
Unit A8 Airside Enterprise Centre,
Swords, Co Dublin,
Ireland.
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