autoguider

autoguider

(aw-toh-gÿ -der) See guide telescope.
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0 PC to mount interface o LED and Audible feedback o Integrated internal wiring for mount electronics o 2 port USB hub on instrument panel o Power Supply *Max output: 221W *Input: 100-240VAC o Hand Controller *Integrated Mini-joystick *Confgurable 5-position rate switch *Bright Red LED flashlight * Hang anywhere cable loop *15 coiled hand paddle o Programmable periodic error correction o Built in autoguider port on instrument panel o Temperature compensated internal oscillator o Built-in temperature sensor that automatically reduces slew rate with temperature changes etc.
That means you'll capture more data in less time, creating stunning images without adding accessories like an autoguider.
Today, most astrophotographers have replaced the guide-scope's eyepiece with a small, specialized digital camera called an autoguider that sends commands to the mount's drive to keep the guide star on virtual crosshairs.
Firstly, it seemed difficult to use it with many autoguider systems, since there was nowhere where the light path could be split.
Finally, the onboard USB hub allows users to connect an autoguider camera with a short USB cable.
Tenders are invited for Supply Of All Sky Camera And Autoguider Camera For 1.
These days this tedious, exacting task is usually done with a separate camera called an autoguider looking through the guidescope.
The advent of computer-controlled autoguider cameras has opened up deep-sky astrophotography to more amateurs than ever before.
And make sure that you buy a mount that has an electronic interface for the autoguider.
Furthermore, the mount was plug-and-play compatible with an SBIG autoguider operating through Maxim DL software.
You'll also want a motor drive on the declination axis, and electronics that are suited to making very precise tracking corrections (called guiding) either manually or with an electronic autoguider.
Note that the autoguider and camera cables run through the mount axes, exiting near the polar finder.