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Old 16-02-2019, 07:12 PM
Trekrider (Barry)
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CF RC8 with Feather Touch Focusser

GSO Carbon Fibre RC8 with all original parts (50mm extension, 2 x 25mm extensions and 2" focuser). 17 months old and in perfect condition

Collimation Ring

Kendrick Secondary Dew Heater with cable

Starlight Instruments, Feather Touch 2" Focuser (2" draw tube) with HSM20 stepper Motor. With all original parts to convert back to Manual Focus 10:1 dual focus if desired. Focuser is 12 months old and HSM20 is 9 months old.

Controller is a "FocusPro 2" Arduino with temperature probe and cable for HSM20 (ASCOM compliant).

With original packaging

$2,000 plus postage
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