QHYCCD PoleMaster

QHYCCD PoleMaster

High Precision Wide Field of View



High Precision: The PoleMaster's pixel resolution is approximately 30 arc seconds. The camera's pixel matrix itself is a good ruler, so the accuracy it measures is much higher than the accuracy of the macroscopic lens. In the best case it can achieve an alignment accuracy of 30 arc seconds. Wide Field of View: The electronic polar mirror has a large field of view of 11 degrees x 8 degrees, so it is easy to find the Polaris.






Availability: In stock

€290.00
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To use the PoleMaster with the LighTrack II you will need this adapter!



Easy to Install
Things You Can Ignore!

You don't need to rotate the telescope to some uncomfortable position to keep the optical polar axis of the equatorial mount unobstructed. Also, you don't need to squat down to look through the polar axis scope. You don't need to turn off all the light sources to allow the naked eye to adapt to the darkness and look for the Polaris in the field of view. You also don't need to enter the date and time and then rotate the equatorial mount to a strange angle, finally you don't need to adjust the equatorial level.


qhyccd polemaster for lightrack ii

One Star Calibration
Tracking Accuracy

Once you have calibrated with a PoleMaster, you only need to perform a single-star sync (one-star calibration). This greatly facilitates the setup of an equatorial mount.


qhyccd polemaster for lightrack ii

Polar Tracking
Polar Axis Adjustment

With the PoleMaster you can observe the alignment of the polar axis at any time, as well as continuously monitor the polar axis. When the equatorial mount moves inadvertently, you can also tune it back without having to redo everything.

 

Easy to Install
Things You Can Ignore!

You don't need to rotate the telescope to some uncomfortable position to keep the optical polar axis of the equatorial mount unobstructed. Also, you don't need to squat down to look through the polar axis scope. You don't need to turn off all the light sources to allow the naked eye to adapt to the darkness and look for the Polaris in the field of view. You also don't need to enter the date and time and then rotate the equatorial mount to a strange angle, finally you don't need to adjust the equatorial level.

 

Polar Tracking
Polar Axis Adjustment

With the PoleMaster you can observe the alignment of the polar axis at any time, as well as continuously monitor the polar axis. When the equatorial mount moves inadvertently, you can also tune it back without having to redo everything.



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