If you have a telescope, you need a mount! Mounts serve the important job of supporting your telescope and come in three basic varieties: EQ or German Equatorial, Alt-Az or AZ or Alt Azimuth and finally piers which are available in both permanent or portable styles. From there you can choose whether a you need a manually operated mount, a motorized mount or a Go To computerized mount and how much load capacity you need. Each have their advantages. Need help making the right choice? Telescopes.net has the knowledgeable staff to help you find the perfect mount for your astronomy or photographic equipment.
More Bang for your Buck!With the TT320X-AG you can take longer exposures at longer focal lengths allowing you to create brighter, less noisy images. Fully compatible with the AstroTrac Polar Scope, Pier, Wedge and Head ... Learn More
Home and PEC SensorThe home sensor provides a repeatable alt-azimuth zero position for remote operation. When the mount is powered up, the motor control searches for the leading edge (zero point) of the homing masks ... Learn More
Risers attach to the base of a focuser to 'lift' the entire focuser. Unless otherwise noted, the end of the riser which attaches to the OTA will be the same thread and diameter as the original focuser body.