Celestron Computerized Telescope 114LCM

Celestron Computerized Telescope 114LCM

Celestron Computerized Telescope 114LCM

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Celestron Computerized Telescope 114LCM

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  • Newtonian Reflector - 114mm/4.5"
  • Focal Length: 1000mm f/8.77
  • 9.0mm Eyepiece
  • 25mm Eyepiece
  • Aluminum Tripod with Accessory Tray
  • Computerized Altazimuth Mount
  • StarPointer Finderscope
  • Astronomy Software CD-ROM
  • NexStar Computer Control technology
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Dedicated to unfolding the wonders of the Universe, the 114LCM Telescope from Celestron features an excellent combination of power and portability. With its computer-automated technology, the LCM is up and running after locating 3 bright celestial objects.

This LCM is a Newtonian reflector with a 114mm aperture and a focal length of 1000mm. The optical system is fully coated for enhanced sharpness and clarity. Two eyepieces are included - one 25mm as well as a 9.0mm. The mounting platform incorporates a sturdy aluminum tripod with a motorized and computerized altazimuth mount.

New observers will make great use of the LCM's built-in Sky Tour feature - simply pressing a button activates the system to locate and slew to the sky's most interesting objects. Experienced observers will appreciate the comprehensive database of 4000+ objects, along with the customized lists of the most intriguing deep-sky objects, planets, and double stars.

The LCM combines a powerhouse feature-set with Celestron's legendary optical standards to provide amateur astronomers with a sophisticated and easy-to-use telescope. The computerized hand-control provides simple on-screen instructions that guide the observer through the alignment procedures. Each step, helpful hints, and valuable reference materials are easily accessible to ensure a simple and pleasurable viewing experience.

114LCM Telescope
  • Newtonian reflector
  • Aperture: 114 mm/4.5"
  • Focal Length: 1000 mm, f/8.77
  • AFOV: 1.6°, LFOV: 84' @ 1000 yd
  • Optical system: all-glass, fully coated
  • 2 Eyepieces: 25 mm - 40x, 9.0 mm - 111x
  • StarPointer finderscope for accurate alignment and object location
Motorized Altazimuth Mount
  • Fully adjustable sturdy aluminum tripod
  • Lightweight computerized altazimuth mount
  • Fully enclosed motors and optical encoders
  • Flash upgradeable fully computerized hand control
  • Hand control and motors are powered by 8 user-supplied AA batteries or optional 12V AC adapter
  • Quick-release base, OTA, accessory tray with rapid no-tool set up
  • Educational astronomy software CD-ROM "The Sky" offers sky info and printable sky maps
  • Computerized hand controller with NexStar computer control offers 4,000 object database and storage for programmable user defined objects
  • Tracking rates: sidereal, solar, lunar. Tracking modes: alt-az, EQ north/south. Slew speeds: 1,2,3°/sec - 64x, 32x, 16x, 8x, 4x, 2x. Alignment procedures: skyalign, auto 2-star, 1-star, 2-star, solar system.
UPC: 050234311502
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Celestron Computerized Telescope 114LCM
  • 25 mm eyepiece
  • Table of Contents
    • 1Description
    Optical Design Newtonian Reflector
    Aperture 114.0 mm / 4.5"
    Focal Length 1000 mm
    Focal Ratio f/8.77
    Eyepiece Barrel Diameter Not specified by manufacturer
    Finderscope Integral StarPointer
    Mount Type Motorized Altazimuth
    Tripod Aluminum
    Resolving Power Rayleigh: 1.22 arcsec
    Dawes: 1.02 arcsec
    Maximum Useful Magnification 269x
    Motor Yes
    GO-TO Capability Yes
    PC Compatible Not specified by manufacturer
    Power Source 8 AA batteries
    Optical Tube Dimensions Not specified by manufacturer
    Weight 15 lb / 6.8 kg
    Packaging Info
    Package Weight 21.2 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 34.0 x 15.5 x 11.5"

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