Alpine Astronomical Baader Pan 3"/EQ Vixen/Losmandy Dual Clamp (9.1")

BH #ALPANEQDX • MFR #PAN-EQDX
Alpine Astronomical
Alpine Astronomical Baader Pan 3"/EQ Vixen/Losmandy Dual Clamp (9.1")
Key Features
  • Mount Standard Vixen and Losmandy Plates
  • Pre-Drilled Holes in Popular Patterns
  • 7.5" Minimum Dovetail Plate Length
  • Large Clamping Surface for Max Contact
Use the 9.1" (23cm) long Alpine Astronomical Baader Pan 3"/EQ Vixen/Losmandy Dual Clamp to quickly and securely attach your optical tube onto your mount head. The dovetail design allows it to accept standard Vixen-style plates, or larger 3" Losmandy ones, with a minimum plate length of 7.5" (19cm). A series of pre-drilled holes, in a variety of sizes and patterns, allows it to be easily mounted on a wide array of heads from popular manufacturers like Losmandy, Vixen, Celestron, Sky-Watcher, Synta, and many others. The clamping system is tightened using convenient thumbscrews and moves uniformly to ensure the maximum amount of clamping surface contact for a secure installation.
Special Order
Expected availability: 2-4 weeks
$309.00
Length
14.6"9.1"
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Alpine Astronomical PAN-EQDX Overview

Use the 9.1" (23cm) long Alpine Astronomical Baader Pan 3"/EQ Vixen/Losmandy Dual Clamp to quickly and securely attach your optical tube onto your mount head. The dovetail design allows it to accept standard Vixen-style plates, or larger 3" Losmandy ones, with a minimum plate length of 7.5" (19cm). A series of pre-drilled holes, in a variety of sizes and patterns, allows it to be easily mounted on a wide array of heads from popular manufacturers like Losmandy, Vixen, Celestron, Sky-Watcher, Synta, and many others. The clamping system is tightened using convenient thumbscrews and moves uniformly to ensure the maximum amount of clamping surface contact for a secure installation.

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