Messier AR-127L on the EXOS-2 GOTO is a combination of the remarkable quality 127 mm f = 1200 mm achromatic lens and a great German assembly with the AutoStar Bresser / Meade search system.
A great set for advanced planetary astrophotography, a favorite telescope for middle and high school schools!
Messier AR-127L is a high-quality achromat refractor dedicated to advanced visual observations and planetary astrophotography. It is equipped with a lens with a diameter of 127 mm and a focal length of 1200 mm. It will show many details of the surface of the Solar System objects. Among the deep sky objects, you can see several hundred nebulae from the Messier and NGC catalogs. The optics are fully covered with anti-reflective layers (MC). Equipped with a 4-inch (4-inch) focal length with the possibility of reduction to 2 inches and 1.25 inches. The MC layers on the lens significantly increase the contrast of obtained images, and the eyepiece extractor allows the use of any spectacles made in 2-inch and 1.25-inch standards. This telescope is an excellent choice for advanced sky observers.
Assembly BESser EXOS-2 GOTO is a rigid tripod with a parallactic head equipped with a system of electronic search and positioning of GO-TO objects. Independent motion in the axis of right ascension (RA) and declination (Dec) takes place smoothly and evenly (with a small PE period error) thanks to four precision steel bearings. Precision worm gears allow the telescope to rotate and precisely track objects. Nine speed ranges allow you to quickly set the telescope to the desired area of ••the sky.
The drive can be powered by 8 R20 batteries, through a cigarette lighter socket or with the help of an AC adapter.
The assembly is intended for demanding observers. The AutoStar Meade # 497 system with GoTo system and a database of 30000 objects enables easy searching and tracking of planets, stars, star clusters, galaxies and satellites. The AutoStar controller has attractive routes in its database. Just enter the date, time and location. The AutoStar driver can be updated via resources available for download from the manufacturer's website (www.Meade.com). For example, you can download information about new comets and enter them into the assembly control database.
Solid construction, excellent installation finish combined with a stable tripod allows for visual observations and top-level photography.
This assembly is a modernized version of the Meade LXD75 assembly - it cooperates with cables and drivers for Meade LXD75 assembly.
| • Optical system: || 4-lens achromatic refractor (Petzwal) |
| • Diameter of the mirror: || 127 mm |
| • Focal length of the lens: || 1200 mm |
| • Lighted: || 1 / 9.4 |
| • Switching capacity: || 1,1 ' |
| • Theoretical range: || 12.5 magnitude |
| • Maximum useful magnification: || 260x |
| • Weight of the optical tube: || 8 kg |
• type of assembly: paralactic German class EQ-5
• drive: direct current motors with optical encoders in both axes
• GOTO system: yes, Meade # 497 Autostar driver with a database of over 30,000 objects
• remote control: yes
• illuminated polar field: yes
• software: Autostar Suite AE
• possibility of guiding: yes ( vide : frequently asked questions, below)
• power supply: 12 V 8 batteries type D (R20) or optional power supply
• maximum load: 13 kg
• periodic error correction (PEC)
• HPP (High-Precision Pointing) system
• instructions in Polish: yes
• shelf for accessories: yes
• head weight: 6.3 kg
• counterweight: 2x 4.5 kg
• tripod weight: 2.9 kg
• height of the tripod: 68 - 108 cm
• field tripod: steel, 2 "legs
The set includes the following accessories:
• 2 "focuser with reduction to 1.25"
• Okular PL 26 mm 1,25 "
• Spotting scope 8x50 with cross
• EXOS-2 GOTO parallactic assembly with AutoStar II system
• Steel tripod with 2 "leg diameter (50.8 mm)
• Shelf for accessories
• CD with AutoStar Suite AE software
(photos may slightly differ from the actual look of the telescope)
Assembly photos EXOS-2 GOTO
This device focuses a lot of light. Looking directly at the sun through this device can result in partial or complete loss of vision. For the observation of the Sun, we recommend the safest method of spectacle projection, that is, projecting the image of the target of our day star on a piece of paper.
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