Used Celestron CGX Equatorial Mount - UT-12126 - SOLD

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UT-12126
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  • Regular price $2,299.00

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  • This is a used mount in very good condition
  • Very portable and easy to setup
  • 55 lb Payload Capacity
  • GoTo/ Computerized
  • Compatible with SkyPortal and StarSense AutoAlign
  • Downloadable CGX Control Software, co-created with Planewave Instruments

 

DESCRIPTION

Used Celestron CGX Equatorial Mount - UT-12126 - SOLD

 

UT-11605: The Celestron CGX German Equatorial Mount offers an amazing balance between performance and portability. Every inch was designed with ease-of-use in mind.The ergonomic tripod, internal cabling, homing sensors, improved adjustment knobs and carry handles make, this mount incredibly easy to transport and setup. The dual saddle, which accepts both Losmandy and Vixen styles of dovetail bars, increases the range of telescopes that can be attached to the head. With mount and tripod weighing only 63 lb (44 lb. for the head, and 19.2 lb for the tripod), the CGX will accurately track astrophotography equipment weighing up to 55 lb!  

Like most Celestron mounts, the CGX includes the upgraded Nexstar hand controller which has over 40,000 objects in its database and mini USB port for direct PC connectivity. The mount is also completely compatible with SkyPortal WiFi Module and StarSense AutoAlign allowing the mount to be controlled by a computer, smartphone, or tablet and have the ability star align itself.

 

 

 

SPECIFICATIONS

ConditionVery good
ManufacturerCelestron
Warranty90 Day Covered By OPT

INCLUDED ITEMS

  • CGX German Equatorial Mount:
    • Brass Worm Wheel
    • Stainless Steel Worm Gear
    • Internal Cabling
    • 2 Easy Pickup Handles
    • 2 Auxiliary Ports
    • 1 Autoguide Port
  • CGX Tripod with Adjustable 2" Steel Legs
  • Accessory Tray
  • NexStar+ Hand Control
  • 2 Counterweights, 11 lb each

 

 

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