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mon setuP

Ne bénéficiant pas de poste fixe, mon setup est installé sur une dolly homemade en acier avec des roues de type quad.


Ce montage permet de déplacer facilement les 140kg de l'ensemble, l'installation du setup ne prend ainsi que 30 minutes maxi, mise en station comprise.


Le sous gonflage des roues assure l'amortissement lors des déplacements et minimise ainsi les chocs.

La mise de niveau est réalisé par un système modifié de roues jockey à l'arrière et par un vérin hydraulique à l'avant.


le tube de 300 mm

Le tube de 300 mm est un tube carbone de chez Teleskop Express avec un rapport f/d de 4, ramené à 2,9 par l'adjonction d'un correcteur / réducteur ASA.

Le porte oculaire est un Moonlite avec un système de motorisation PA

pour le grand champ... une petite lunette 61/274

Pour le grand champ, j'utilise une lunette Ts 61/274 edph à 5 éléments optiques.

Cette lunette intègre un correcteur / réducteur, le porte oculaire est motorisé par un système ZWO

le guidage

Le guidage en parallèle est assuré par un lunette  SW EvoGuide 50ED et une caméra Hypercam 183C

et l'équilibrage dans tout ça...?

L'ensemble reste correctement équilibré, malgré le poids et le nombre d'accessoire, et il permet de changer de configuration en cours de session sans réajustement.

L'EQ8, après quelques optimisation assure un suivi sans faille, et sait se faire oublier pendant les sessions.

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