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By Michael Hogan
I have decided to sell my Cem-120 mount as i got a second hand AP 1100 GTO from my friend who got a new AP 1600 with encoders
its just under a year old bought from Altair Astro so still under two year warranty is in mint cont i couldn't miss the opportunity to get
AP 1100 GTO and let it go still waiting for pier plate for mount.
So theirs no point in keeping two large mounts after i got my dream final mount buyer will pay shipping price is 2150 pounds.
Altair Astro price without Ipolar Camera is 3250 pounds without Ipolar Camera which is 200 pounds total 3450 pounds
I have recently bought an iOptron GEM45 (from FLO) and I am a bit mystified by the Zero Position. The hand control gives you the options of "Goto Zero Position" and also "Search Zero Position", but they appear to do the same thing!
Does the mount have sensors like the Home position of a Paramount, which sets the axes to an exact hardware position, or is it something else?
I guess this is the same for other iOptron EQ mounts so maybe a skilled user can enligten me.
By Space Oddities
I decided to sell my iOptron iPolar, that is currently mounted on my SkyGuider Pro. I only used it a couple times so it's like new. Since I'm now using another mount, and will probably sell my SkyGuider eventually, I no longer need the iPolar.
Please note that it isn't compatible with other mounts, mainly because the USB slot is on the back of the camera, not on its side.
Price is £150, including shipping from Munich, Germany. Payment via Paypal or bank transfer.
Please let me know if you have any question or if you need pictures!
By Michael Hogan
Hello new to this forum i have a CEM-120 mount and Ipolar camera i have it polar aligned but the it wont go to objects
only a few i think its the UTC what is the correct UTC for Dublin Ireland is it the same as England UTC +60 i miss the simple
All-Star Alignment from Celestron only thing i dislike about my mount is Ioptron software