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Takahashi EM-200 Temma-2M

$6,690.00



 




The EM-200 provides a stable support for all types of instrument (refractor, reflector or cassegrain) weighing up to 18kg. The modern aesthetic design of the EM-200 is highly attractive as well as beautifully functional. The RA and DEC stepper motors are fully integrated into the mounting, the high precision design and construction provides cyclic errors lower than +/- 5 arc seconds.

The integrated polar alignment telescope has an illuminated reticule which can be dimmed to suit the user or observing conditions. This in conjunction with the precision altitude and azimuth adjusters will typically give polar alignment accuracy within 2 minutes of arc of the celestial pole.

With a full function hand controller, options on tripods and piers makes the EM-200 an ideal mounting for the serious amateur.

700x Temma "Go To"now available at 12v.

All "Go To" mounts are provided with RS232C cable, RJ-14 cable, shaft encoders and first quality stepper motors.

The mount can operate in Temma mode and in the normal mode using the hand control.

The Temma requires the use of a PC or Advanced Hand Controller to operate.

SPECIFICATIONS for the EM-200 Temma II M

R.A. Slow-Motion Motor driven
DEC. Slow-Motion Motor driven
Azimuth Adjustment 30
Elevation 0-20,10-48 or
23-65
Setting Circles R.A. -10' increments
DEC. -2
increments
Tracking Accuracy 5 arc seconds
Loading Capacity 16kg (35.2 lbs)
Gross Weight including
Counter-weight
25.5kg (56.2 lbs)
(w/5kgx2 c/w)
Polar Finder Built-in with 5' setting accuracy, scale pattern effective until 2015 with quick reference dial for N/S
Motor Drive Sidereal rate
N/S switching
Slewing Speed (R.A.)
(R.A. high speed mode)
(DEC.)
(DEC. high speed mode)
0.05x--2x
2x--16x
0--15arc/sec
30--240 arc/sec
Operating Voltage 12V DC
Slewing speed 12v
700x sidereal
Power Consumption 250mA--500mA

 


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  • Model: TSM6001
  • Shipping Weight: 68lbs
  • Manufactured by: Takahashi

This product was added to our catalog on Friday 26 August, 2005.