Brand: iOptron

iOptron GOTONova Controller (8410)

8410

Brand: iOptron

iOptron GOTONova Controller (8410)

8410

  • 8 line, 21 character back lit large screen LCD
  • Low temperature operation as low as -10ºC
  • User friendly interface
  • 9 speed slew control with quiet mode
  • Large object database
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Product Description

The Go2Nova® 8410 hand controller is the latest version hand controller of iOptron's revolutionary GOTONOVA® computerized control system -- the latest in automated tracking technology and one of the best available on the market today.

Using the easy-to-use hand controller and its large 8-line LCD screen, you can easily set up the telescope and select where you want to go with the very friendly user interface. The control system also allows you the user to slew the telescope at 9 different driver speeds, keeping the object within the telescope's viewfinder for as long as you wish. Go2Nova also makes alignment quick and simple.

The hand controller has a HBX port. It does not have an RS232 or USB port for firmware upgrade. The firmware is upgraded/reloaded through the mount.

Recomended for:

  • CEM120
  • CEM70
  • CEM40
  • GEM45
  • SkyHunter

Please select your mount when placing the order. The default will be for CEM/GEM mount.

You may need to reload the firmware to make it work properly for your mount. Please check the mount page for firmware version and how to reload firmware.

Specifications

LCD Back lit 8-line, 21-character display
CPU 32-bit ARM
Control Speed 9 speed
(1X, 2X, 8X, 16X, 64X, 128X, 256X, 512X, MAX)
Database ~212,000
Firmware Upgrade Yes (via mount)
Working Temperature -10°C ~ 40°C (internal heated)
Warranty One year limited

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