HD Pro Wedge

R9200

 

Celestron's HD Pro Wedge is designed to support our fork mounted Schmidt Cassegrain Telescopes up to 11".  The HD Pro Wedge provides a heavy duty, stable platform that is perfect for astroimaging and guarantees minimal vibration.  A low latitude range of 0-90 degrees makes this wedge functional for use at the equator.  Built-in features include altitude/azimuth adjustment controls with oversized knobs attached for easy polar alignment, a hand control holder that provides the option of placing on the wedge or the fork arm, a tilt plate for easier mounting of the telescope by simply rotating the scope onto the wedge, and a large 14 mm diameter latitude adjustment screw to add strength and stability while supplying less vibration and easier rotation with a heavy telescope.

HD Pro Wedge - General Features

  • 14 mm Diameter Latitude Adjustment Screw - Adds strength and stability.  Does not flex or bend providing less vibration and making it easier to rotate a heavy telescope.
  • 0-90 Degree Latitude Range - Low latitude range, perfect for use at the equator.
  • Built-in Hand Control Holder - Allows user to place the hand control on the wedge or fork arm.  Hand control won't fall off when fork arm is angled towards the ground.
  • Tilt Plate - Recesses to fit base of telescope and base of scope drops into place just by rotating. Mounting telescope on wedge becomes easier.
  • Heavy Duty Side Plates - More rigid with more material provides less vibration while imaging.
  • Model: C/93664
  • Shipping Weight: 10lbs
  • 0 Units in Stock
  • Manufactured by: Celestron





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This product was added to our catalog on Monday 20 May, 2013.


 
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