Orion IntelliScope Computerized Object Locator to fit most SkyQuest XTi IntelliScopes (not compatible with XX12i, XX14i, or StarBlast 6i) (Pre-owned)

$199.95
Article number: 07880
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Plug in to most SkyQuest XTi IntelliScopes for computerized push-to pointing access to celestial objects (not compatible with XX12i, XX14i, or StarBlast 6i IntelliScope Reflectors)

Computerized database easily locates over 14,000 galaxies, nebulas, star clusters, and more with pushbutton ease.

Two-line, backlit LCD screen provides easy arrow-based directions to train your IntelliScope telescope right on the selected celestial object for magnified study.

IntelliScope controller features an illuminated keypad with adjustable brightness for easy use in dark conditions.

User-friendly IntelliScope controller menu buttons for object types, Tour, ID mode, and more.

View any of 14,000 celestial objects in seconds. You just select an object to view from the menu buttons, press Enter, and then move the telescope in the direction of the guide arrows on the liquid crystal display. In seconds, the IntelliScope's two high-resolution, 9,216-step digital encoders pinpoint the object, placing it right in the telescope's field of view.

The Computerized Object Locator's database includes a lifetime of celestial objects to view: 837 stars (including double and variable stars), 7,840 NGC objects, 5,386 IC objects, 101 Messier objects, 8 major planets, and 99 user-entered objects. It features illuminated buttons and a backlit, two-line liquid crystal display (LCD). The intuitive menu buttons allow selection of objects by type (e.g., Planet, Nebula, Cluster, Galaxy) or catalog number (e.g., M57, NGC 253). Press the Tour button to select one of 12 tours of the best objects visible in any given month. Or use the ID button to find out what object you're viewing, if you're not sure. The LCD screen provides information about the objects you see, including object type, common name (if any), magnitude, constellation, and a brief visual description.

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