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AZ Mount Pro Head

Price: $999.00

Product Code: 8920

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Introducing the AZ Mount Pro featuring "level and go" intuitive GOTO setup.

We call it "level and go", the term used to describe iOptron new AZ Mount Pro's simple set up routing. Using its built-in precision level indicator, the operator simply levels the mount and turns on the power; this capable computerized alt-azimuth telescope mount takes it from there. Utilizing the on board 32 channel GPS receiver and built-in position and angular detection sensors; the AZ mount Pro calculates its global position as well as the telescope orientation. Automatically the mount slews the instrument to an easily identifiable bright object in the night sky. The user need only confirm a bright object is in the center of the view, to activate tracking and GOTO functionality.
AZ Mount Pro
  • On board rechargeable lithium ion battery for up to 10 hours of use
  • 33lb primary payload and 10lb secondary payload capacity, with a mount weighing only 13lbs
  • Whisper quiet low-power consumption stepper motors
  • Go2Nova® 8407 hand controller featuring 212K+ object library with an 8 line illuminated LCD screen
  • Zero backlash driver system
  • Built-in WIFI adapter for full ASCOM, iOptron CommanderTM and Sky Safari wireless control
  • Serial port for computer control and firmware upgrades
  • Retractable counter weight shaft
  • Position memorization at power interruption
  • Die-cast aluminum body
  • 3-Point easy level adjustment (need part #8340-PIER for a pier top, or #8340 for a MT tripod, not included)
  • 6 inch dual dovetail saddle (Losmandy/Vixen styles)
  • Stands a mere 10 inches tall (mount head only)
  • Built-in 32-channel GPS receiver
  • Automatic position and angular detection sensors
  • 100 ~ 240V Battery Charger included
  • Aluminum Hard Case
  • Two year limited warranty (90 day for battery)
  • Counterweight and tripod not included
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Functional Review March 14, 2017
Reviewer: Andrew Kelley from Somewhere in the USA at night  
One star alignment on Sirius
Goto Orion
Goto Rigel
Goto Moon
All nicely centered. I had to stop because it was getting late. Orion is west of the local meridian by the time it gets dark enough for viewing.
The mount is easy to set up and use. The keypad works well. I look forward to the next good viewing night. I'm hoping for this Saturday.

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Az Mount Pro/Mini Pier March 1, 2017
Reviewer: Andrew Kelley from Somewhere in the USA  
The mechanicals:
Hefty, well made little chunk of equipment.
The Mini Pier took a bit of debugging to mount on the tripod formerly used for my iEQ45, but eventually worked out well. I guess written instructions would present some difficulty due to the many possible combinations of mounts, tripods, etc.

The only minus is the screws provided for the AZ MOunt Pro. The just aren't the proper screw to use for leveling the mount. Neither end will fit properly with the base of the mount. The mount could slip and have some unpleasant results.

Star knobs have to be ordered separately. If a set of star knobs were provided it would put a real polish on the experience of acquiring an AZ Mount Pro or acquiring a Mini Pier for the AZ Mount Pro.

Functional review to follow after the first clear night or a partial moon.

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