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Jc ATM 10" F6.1, 1/25th wave spec (max wavefront error +/- 1/12.6 in zone 4 of 6, sodium light ), 6" F7 spec, 127mm F9.4 achro Refractor, Criterion DX8, 10 x 50 bin, SP mount/Synscan goto. ETX80 (finder) Canon 20D, PST DSI 1, Butenschön 125mm F13.4 refractor, diy spectroscope and curiosity
George You know you're getting on when the equipment you farmed with is showing up as suburban lawn ornaments.
Barnard Astronomical Society
Quote:I'm planning on setting up a home observatory and want to run an AC line out to it for my computer, camera and other gear. So I figured I might as well find an way to power my EQ6 as well. Does anyone know of a reliable, well made adapter for it?
Uncle Rod Uncle Rod's Astroblog: http://uncle-rods.blogspot.com/
Quote:The Meade LXD 75 AC adapter works great for my Atlas. 12V, 5A. It's about 59 USD. I bought mine from Astronomics, but last time I checked they weren't carrying it anymore.
Quote:Yep, they sure do. The Meade adapter I got works for it too. It's 5 amps as well.
Ed Thomas Deep Space Products www.deepspaceproducts.com
Quote:Thanks Ed, I'll take your word for it. I'm not too proud to admit if I'm wrong . I have noticed some oddities like temporary blinking at times when a slew has started, but I have never lost power and this blinking only happens once. I appreciate being informed.