The Rowan Astronomy AZ100 Y-Axis Balance Plate offers an additional support plate which allows for balancing heavy eyepieces in combination with bino-viewers when pointing towards the zenith. The Rowan Y-Axis Balance Plate fits between the mount and existing saddle and is compatible with both ‘D’ or Dual ‘DV’ saddles.
The plate is supplied with a 16mm diameter x 320mm long eyepiece counterweight shaft which can be fitted to the front or rear of the Y-axis balance plate depending on which side of the mount the Y-axis plate is fitted. It is CNC machined with a black anodized finished and fitted with stainless steel hardware.
You can learn more about the Rowan Astronomy AZ100 Y-Axis Balance Plate here.
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