JMI Telescopes MotoFocus Motorized Focuser for Meade 6000-Series with 3" Dual-Speed Focuser

JMI Telescopes MotoFocus Motorized Focuser for Meade 6000-Series with 3" Dual-Speed Focuser

JMI Telescopes MotoFocus Motorized Focuser for Meade 6000-Series with 3" Dual-Speed Focuser

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JMI Telescopes MotoFocus Motorized Focuser for Meade 6000-Series with 3" Dual-Speed Focuser

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Product Highlights

  • For Smooth and Vibration-Free Focusing
  • Forward and Backward Motion
  • Multiple Speed Settings
  • No Permanent Modifications Required
  • Made in USA
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Ideal for observation and photography, JMI's MotoFocus Motorized Focuser is a battery-operated hand controller and electric focus motor that attaches to the focuser on Meade 6000-series telescopes with 3" dual-speed focusers for precise, vibration-free focusing without having to touch the rig. It features coarse and fine variable speeds, and uses electronic brakes that make it capable of precise adjustments. The package includes all necessary components and tools for installing and using the MotoFocus, and mounting requires no permanent modification to the focuser or optical tube.

  • For Meade 6000-series telescopes with 3" dual-speed focusers
  • Allows for smooth and vibration-free focusing
  • Three forward and three backward speed settings
In the Box
JMI Telescopes MotoFocus Motorized Focuser for Meade 6000-Series with 3" Dual-Speed Focuser
  • Motor
  • Coupler
  • Mounting Bracket
  • Coiled Cord
  • Handheld Control Unit
  • 9V Battery
  • Assembly Kit
  • Limited 1-Year Warranty
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    Power 1 x 9V battery
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    Package Weight 0.85 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 8.7 x 5.4 x 3.4"
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