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Avalon Linear German Equatorial Mount- Fast Reversal Go-To model (Bluetooth Ver.)

SKU : AVA-1LNR002

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  • Avalon's Linear German EQ Mount boasts high-level Go-To capacity and fast reversal mechanics that make its use smooth and easy.
    Maximum Payload Capacity: 25 kg (55-pounds)
    Construction: Anodized aluminum, worked out from single blocks with high precision CNC machines.
    AR Axes: Heavy duty steel, diameter. 35 mm; 2 conical roller bearings, diam. 62 mm + 1 roller bearing diameter. 72 mm + 2 roller bearing diameter. 45 mm On bearings clutch system.
    DEC Axes: Heavy duty steel, diameter. 35 mm; 2 conical roller bearings, diameter. 62 mm + 1 roller bearing diameter. 72 mm + 1 roller bearing diameter. 45 mm On bearings clutch system.
    Go To System: Avalon StarGo Bluetooth Version.
    Included Items-
    • Avalon Linear German Equatorial Mount
    • Fast Reverse Technology
    • Star-Go Bluetooth edition
    • Dovetail 3-inch Clamp
    • Polar Finder
    • 6 kg Counterweight and Shaft
    • Handle
    • Power Supply- 15V/4 A


    For Further Data, Call us at 800-483-6287,   (aka: AVA-LIN0STGO)

     

  • specifications

    ComputerizedComputerized
    Head DesignEquatorial
    Instrument Capacity55 lb

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    07/29/2018
    Paul B.

    StarGo and Windows 10

    The fit/finish of the mount is excellent. However, I have wasted several clear nights and had no success in guiding this mount using Ascom with Prism, or PHD2 under Windows 10. Guiding pulses generated by PHD2 and Prism are not seen or are ignored by the mount. PHD2 starcross test, for example, shows round stars and no hint of movement in either axis. Avalon suggested I try using another computer---which I did with complete success. The second computer uses Windows 7. Whether it's my dedicated astro laptop or Windows 10 that the mount does not like has yet to be determined. The fact remains that the system works under W7.