PUSH-TO no encoders


COD: 10BW001 I prezzi esposti non comprendono l'IVA
EAN: 8050534221336
PESO: kg
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Questo nuovo sistema di puntamento ed inseguimento passivo non usa nessun encoders.
Sfrutta dei sensori elettronici, tipo giroscopio, GPS, inclinometri ed altri dispositivi per rilevare la posizione.
Si collega via Bluethoot o WIFI  all’APP di Skysafary (no free version) per determinare il punto nel cielo e ricercare oggetti celesti di ogni tipo.
Si può istallare sul telescopio direttamente con il supporto 10BW090 (opzionale)
Perfetto per Dobson e montature per binocoli astronomici.
Necessita solo alimentazione a 5V (tipo power bank)(opzional)

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Peso 1 kg

1 recensione per PUSH-TO no encoders

  1. Wouter van Reeven (proprietario verificato)

    Connecting to the device via WIFI on my iPhone, iPad and Intel MacBook is easy. My MacBook also allows me to connect via BlueTooth. The connection in SkySafari Pro 6 on my MacBook via BlueTooth is rock steady. The connection in SkySafari Pro 6 and 7 via WIFI isn’t great as Geoptik already indicate in the “manual”. The connection often hangs for a few seconds (which is annoying when homing in on a target) but then restores without losing alignment. Speaking of the “manual”, a PDF with screenshots in Italian isn’t a manual. After going through it and connecting to the device, I still had many questions. Ezio of Geoptik very kindly answered them quickly!

    The device works well. For my first test I aligned with Venus before sunset and then was able to find Arcturus, Spica and Regulus. They showed up well within the 1.4º field of view of a Nagler 26 mm eye piece in my 12″ F/5 dob. So why only 4 stars? The device doesn’t handle large angular distances in azimuth well. A 45º slew goes well enough. Anything more than that and the object isn’t in the field of view of that same 26 mm Nagler. Upon asking Geoptik about aligning on multiple star, Ezio kindly replied that that won’t work. You need to align on an object (bright star, faint galaxy, doesn’t matter) close by and then pointing will be good.

    This proves to be true. First aligning on, for instance, the globular cluster M 3 allows me to slew very well to the globular cluster M 53 and then from there to the globular clusters M 5, M 10, M 12 and M 14 as well without the need for aligning in between. Slewing to M 13 was too much and I needed to align first on an object close by or on M 13 itself. Slewing then to M 92 was too much again and another align was needed.

    Taking all of this into account and comparing to push-to solutions that use my iPhone’s compass abilities, this device is well worth its money. It takes getting used to using it (the need to sync when slewing over large angles and the need for restarting alignment, as SkySafari calls it, since the device doesn’t always accept align commands) but once done, the device works very well and accurately!

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