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Designed specifically for smaller dobsonian telescopes, those in the 8" - 15" size, and even
16 - 18" lightweight scopes. Maintaining all the features of the standard ServoCAT the Junior allows fast slew rates: 7+ degrees/sec and more! Snappy movements and precise tracking. Silent operation
is the name of the game. The CAT stalks the
night sky like a leopard on the prowl! Enjoy YOUR scope with the new ServoCAT Jr.
The new Spiral Search allows you to find that object easily! Most DSC’s cannot maintain accuracy throughout the whole sky. This is often due to mount irregularity, refraction, 2 star selection and alignment, etc. Now, If the object is NOT there, simply hit the Spiral Search function button and the scope will spiral out from the start point at constant linear velocity and constant spiral width: with 6 available widths and respective speeds for small and large scopes, low and high power fields! Makes finding that object a breeze. The ONLY pattern search that does NOT overlap!
More Feature Details
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• Do-It-Yourself Installation
• Easy Setup
• Smaller Gearboxes (still LOADS OF TORQUE!)
• Simple: no hassle use!
• Fully and easily configurable (can even use on multiple scopes!)
• Plug-n-Play: fully connector-ized
• Powered by 12V only, and low current consumption
• Powerful Servo motors
• Closed loop control: no slip worries
• Fast slew rates: 7-9+ degrees/sec.
• EIGHT user speeds for convenience w/ 2 HC GUIDE speeds!
• Limit switch capable
• Handpad and enclosure emergency stop function
• FREE future upgrades in features and functions
• FULL support for EasyTrack - tracking with no DSC or PC required!
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• Fully automatic smooth tracking of the sky
• GOTO from:
Sky Commander (inc XP4) 9,000+ objects;
Argo Navis’ 30,000+ Objects;
Argo Navis’ 1100 USER objects;
Megastar, Astroplanner, The Sky 1,000,000 objects.
• PC Planetarium View (shows scope’s position in the sky) using Megastar, Astro-planner, The Sky, and many more.
• Full-featured Hand Controller
4-Speed selection with LED indicator;
Simultaneous axis moves;
Spiral Search (2)
Last edit date: 2/4/2010