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10Micron AZ3000HPS Alt-Azimuth Mount
10Micron AZ3000HPS Alt-Azimuth Mount Weave/Design

10Micron AZ3000HPS Alt-Azimuth Mount

Product Number: 10M-3000AZ

Manufacturer: 10 Micron Astro Technology
Please inquire for availability. Delivery times are dependent on 10Micron production schedules and pre-production sales.  Arrangements can be made to take a deposit on the mount at the time of order rather than paying the full amount, depending on the predicted availability of the mount at the time of order.  We cannot sell 10Micron products to customers outside North or South America.

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Prices do not include shipping/freight.  Shipping and freight charges will be determined and charged once they can be determined.
Single or Dual Scope Package

First Saddle
3" and 4" include 10M3545 adapter.

Second Saddle
3" and 4" include 10M3545 adapter.

44 lbs (20 kg) Counterwieghts

Power Supply
Use of a power supply other than the one(s) supplied by 10Micron will void the 2-year warranty on the electronics if a power supply malfunction results in damage to the mount electronics.

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Price: $18,269.00
The new AZ3000HPS is an altazimuth mount based on the mechanics of the GM3000. While not suitable for long-exposure imaging, these mounts are well suited to visual astronomy, planetary and short-exposure astrophotography, supernova surveys, video astronomy, satellite tracking, photometric and astrometric measurements, and other scientific uses.  Their extremely precise targeting and tracking (even in an alt/az configuration) are perfect for survey work.

The standard version allows the mounting of optics on only one side of the mount and is supplied with a short counterweight bar. It’s not necessary to exactly counterbalance the weight of the telescope.  Using counterweigths for about 50% of your payload should be a sufficiently stable configuration.

An option is available for a dual telescope configuration, as shown on the pictueres above (see options for further details).

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