Breakthrough Product – Very Highly Recommended.
PoleMaster is a new QHY CCD invention and can solve your Polar Alignment problems – immediately !
Achieving a high accuracy polar alignment for your telescope is not always an easy task.
Everyone goes through a real learning curve, with some having a real headache.
You can spend a lot of time on it – and yet, do not know if it is really aligned correctly ?
After you get everything ready and begin taking exposures, you accidently bumped the mount, well, you will have to restart all over again.
You can waste another hour to do all that and to your dismay you realise the clouds have come around, or worse yet, its dawn and the sun is rising…
PoleMaster is a new QHY CCD invention and can solve these problems – Immediately !
It gives you a direct and simple way to align with the pole, and usually within two minutes you can obtain a very high precision polar align,ent (Up to 30 arc sec)
Please specify mount type you use so that we can supply the correct INCLUDED adaptor for your equatorial mount – please email to – email@example.com
Mounts suitable for this unit are:
* Skywatcher EQ6/AZEQ6/EQ6R
* Skywatcher AZEQ5
* Skywatcher HEQ5-S
* Skywatcher Eq8
* Takahashi EM11, EM200, EM400 – Note: extra $20 on price please
* Celestron AVX, CGEM
* Ioptron CEM25-S, ZEQ25, CEM60-S, IEQ30/45 & Smart EQ
* Vixen SX-4, SXP
* Losmandy G11 – Note: extra $20 on price please
Please note Polemaster and most commonly selected mount adaptors are usually available ex stock. Specialist adaptors are available for more unusual mounts, and are procured from QHY and usually take 3 weeks, these are a small increase in price on the standard price of an extra $25, please contact us if you wish to review the selection for your mount.
Important – Please specify mount type you use so that we can supply the correct INCLUDED adaptor for your equatorial mount – please email to – firstname.lastname@example.org
In stock – immediate shipment available
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