Wanderer Astro has introduced the new WandererRotator Mini automated rotator for astrophotography. With a clear aperture of M54, the Mini weighs only about 400 grams, is only 10mm thick and offers a payload capacity of up to 8 Newton meters (Nm).
The low-profile WandererRotator Mini offers excellent rigidity. The unique patented design removes the need for bearings for virtually no flexure within the maximum payload. The Mini offers high precision functionality with 1142 steps per degree and the positioning accuracy is higher than 0.005 degrees.
The Mini doesn’t not require 12-volt power as it powers through a USB2.0 Type B connection. It is ASCOM compatible and can be controlled through NINA, SGP and others.
You can learn more about WandererRotator Mini here.
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