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Celestron Motor Drive for AstroMaster and PowerSeeker Series

  • For Celestron CG-2 & CG-3 EQ Mounts
  • Easy focusing with Variable Speeds
  • Eliminates Shaking During Focusing
  • Excellent Tool for Astrophotography
  • SKU: CEL-93514
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    Celestron Motor Drive for AstroMaster and PowerSeeker Series

    The Celestron Motor Drive is a great additional accessory for your telescope. This Single Axis motor drive can be mounted onto your telescope to allow for the scope to track stars and other celestrial objects. With this feature, you will now be able to control the EQ mount of your Celestron AstroMaster or PowerSeeker Telescope electronically, instead of manually.

    Once the telescope has been fully aligned, the motor drive will track your desired object in the right ascension and compensate for the Earth's rotation as they move across the sky. The motorized telescope focuser eliminates the possibility of bumping or shaking the telescope when focusing. The Motor Drive has variable speeds, to make fine focusing a snap. Minor adjustments in declination will be needed for you to maintain your desired target at the center of your eyepiece over long period of times.


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    Seems to be adequate for the job. Not as accurate as I expected but will hold an object in view for 5 minutes. Decent value for the price.
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    Pros: light weight, user friendly

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    Celestron warrants its products to be free from defects in materials and workmanship for the length of time specified by this product to the original owner. Each product will list the warranty for it on our website.

    Celestron will repair or replace the product which, upon inspection by Celestron, is found to be defective in materials or workmanship and within the definitions of the limits described below.

    This warranty is effective January 1, 2012, and supersedes all other warranties as noted in brochures, instruction manuals, product packaging, etc.

    This warranty does not cover products that have been subject to abuse, misuse, physically damaged, altered, or had unauthorized repairs or modifications. This warranty does not cover defects due to normal wear and tear and other conditions.

    Celestron shall use reasonable efforts to repair or replace any binocular or spotting scope covered by this warranty within thirty calendar days of receipt. If it takes longer, the customer will be notified.

    If warranty problems arise, or if you need assistance in using your product, please contact our Customer Service.


    Will this work with astromaster 114?
    Yes this motor drive will fit the Astromaster 114 EQ.
    Will this work with the Celestron Powerseeker 114EQ?
    Yes this item will work on a Powerseeker.
    Description says the motor drive controls 'focusing'', but does it track the changing position of the target ?
    The motor drive is designed to keep the target you are looking at centered in the field of view. The motordrive does not have any intelligence in it, so it does not know the actual path of the object you are following, it simply keeps the telescope puttering along at whatever speed you specify. As long as you have the telescope mount set up correctly, the motor drive will keep the telescope moving along whatever path has been set.
    how to use motor drive on celestron astromaster 130EQ
    You can find the instruction manual for the motor drive on the Celestron website here: http://www.celestron.com/c3/images/files/downloads/1219776596_motordrive93514.pdf

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