AZ100 Mount Goto Motor System

UK based Rowen Astronomy’s Rowen AZ100 Alt-Azimuth Mount is an impressive feat of engineering that moves your optics in altitude or azimuth – up and down, or side to side – as independent functions and includes the option to lock the mount’s position and to guide it manually. The company is now offering a complete AZ100 Mount Goto Motor System.

AZ100 Mount Goto Motor SystemThe AZ100 Mount Goto Motor System can communicate directly with Sky-Safari via WiFi and offers built-in motor configuration. All CNC machined aluminum motor and controller housings with a black anodized finish and fitted with stainless steel hardware.

The Rowen AZ100 Alt-Azimuth Mount is as easy to setup as it is to use, perfect for the astronomer ‘On-the-Go’, who needs to be able to transport their gear from one dark site to another. Specifications include an 80.0 mm diameter 7075 aluminum wheel gear, a brass worm gear in adjustable worm block and high quality ball bearings used throughout. Load capacity is an impressive 15-20 kg (33-44lbs) each side.

Features included adjustable friction clutches on both axis and 360-degree slow-motion controls.  Both slow motion controls remain in alignment with the observer at all times.

You can learn more about the AZ100 Mount Goto Motor System here.

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