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SynGuider sky-watcher II

Autoguidage Sky-Watcher (20240)

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SynGuider sky-watcher II

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  • Products Features
  •  The revolutionary, stand-alone auto guiding tool, SynGuider is born!

    Equipped with Sony CCD image sensor and the real-time star image display screen, SynGuider can work independently without a computer or calibration software. You will be saving significant power while working in the stargazing field with a limited electricity power pack. The SynGuider is adaptable to main telescopes with T-ring (M42) and 1.25" eyepiece holder, and can control EQ mount with a standard autoguider interface.

    SynGuider is ideal for Digital Single Lens Reflex (DSLR) users, while saving you the need to operate your imaging system through a computer. It will greatly improve your efficiency and productivity during astro-photography sessions.  SynGuider will allow you to obtain pin-point stars during long exposure process to make your work simple and fun!

    Main Features:
    • Stand-alone unit, guiding the equatorial mount without a computer 
    • Sony CCD image sensor enabling the tracking of fainter stars
    • LCD display of real-time star image
    • Upgradable firmware 
    • Large chip coming with more area for locating and keeping guided star on chip
    • Standard auto guiding port
    • Adaptable by T-ring (M42) and 1.25” eyepiece holder
    Package comes with:
    • SynGuider auto guider
    • Guiding handset and cable
    • Serial cable
    • 4xD 1.5v battery pack
    • User manual (English)


    Image Sensor

    Type: SONY ICX404AL CCD Sensor
    Chip Size: 5.59mm(X) * 4.68mm(Y)
    Number of Effective Pixels: 510(X) * 492(Y)
    Unit Cell Size: 9.6um(X) * 7.5um(Y)

    Power Supply

    DC 6V ~ 14V, 250mA
    Power Jack: 2.1mm, tip positive

    Exposure Time

    1, 2, 4, 8, 16, 32, 64, 128, 256, 512, 1024, 2048, 4096 mS


    Typically, the SynGuider can capture and guide a star with up to the magnitude of 8 under the following conditions: regular 80mm aperture refractor, 2048ms exposure time, and good seeing conditions.