iOptron HAE69C Dual Strain Wave AZ/EQ Mount - HE692C

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Description

HAE69 mounts are now available without the iMate (on-board computer).

These lightweight, compact, medium payload titans will deliver an astronomy experience like never before. Imagine a mount head weighing in at less than 20 lbs with a payload capability 69 lbs, without needing a cumbersome counterweight or shaft. Applying iOptron’s multi-decade experience creating precision mounts, the HAE69 makes this vision possible.

Utilizing state-of-the-art strain wave gear technology for both RA and DEC movement, the HAE69s deliver unparalleled weight to payload efficiency. Its black anodized, all metal CNC machined body is appealing to the eye and is a rugged platform that will perform at the highest level for many years to come. Unique features include an electronic friction brake allows the mount to stop safely during a planned or unplanned power interruption.

HAE69C dual SWG Alt-az/ Eq mounts now have an internal main board and no longer requires use with a handset. The mount has USB ports on both the mount base and saddle that connect directly to the main board for mount control and firmware upgrade. It also features a built-in Wi-Fi for connection.

The optional 8411 Go2Nova® handset with OLED will provide a better user experiences, especially at extreme temperatures.

The HAE69C EC features a high precision RA axis encoder that delivers incredible tracking accuracy, enough that many will choose to image “sans” guiding.

(Actual contents may differ from the image. 8411 hand controller and 3339 iPolar are optional.)

Features

  • Advanced strain wave gear system technology
  • Payload capacity of 31 kg (69 lbs) with the mount weight of 8.6 kg (19 lbs, include dovetail saddle)
  • PE< ± 15 arcsec
  • CNC machined
  • Unique friction brake to safely stop movement during a planned or unplanned power interruption
  • 270 second gear period
  • Go2Nova® handset with OLED for better user experiences, especially at extreme temperatures (optional)
  • iPolar electronic polar scope for easy and accurate polar alignment (optional)
  • Dual saddle (Vixen and Losmandy-D styles)
  • Built in zero position search and locator
  • Integrated ST-4 autoguiding port
  • USB port (on both mount base and dovetail saddle) for firmware upgrade and computer control
  • No cable drags
  • Built-in Wi-Fi for mount control
  • Aluminum carrying case
  • Two year warranty
Mount Strain Wave Altazimuth/Equatorial Mount
RA gear system Strain Wave Gear
DEC gear system Strain Wave Gear
Reduction ratio RA 800:1, DEC 800:1
Payload w/o CW * 69 lbs (31 kg)
Mount weight 19.8 lbs (9 kg) with dovetail saddle
Payload with CW* 79 lbs ( 36kg)
Period 270 second
PE (by encoder)** < ± 15 arcsec
Azimuth adjustment range ± 8°
Latitude adjustment range 0°~ 90°
Drive motor Stepper motor
Structure Material All metal, CNC machined
Exterior finish Anodized black
Polar Scope iPolar electronic polar scope (optional)
Level indicator Level bubble
Control system GOTONOVA/Commander
Handset Go2Nova® 8411 w/OLED display (optional)
Tracking Automatic
Maximum slew speed 4.5º/sec
Power consumption 1A(Tracking), 1.6A(GOTO)
Power DC12V-6A (5.5/2.1mm DC plug)
AC adapter 100V ~ 240V (included, indoor use only)
Power off brake Electronic friction brake
Ports on Dovetail Saddle DC12V output and USB-C port
Communication port Yes (USB and Wi-Fi)
Autoguide port Yes (ST-4 compatible)
Firmware upgrade Yes (USB via Windows)
Dovetail saddle Vixen/Losmandy dual saddle
Mounting base diameter 152mm
Tripod Optional
Counterweight Shaft SS Φ20X200mm, 3/8"-16 thread (Optional)
Counterweight 10 lbs (4.5kg)(Optional)
Operation temperature -20ºC ~ 40ºC
Warranty Two year limited


* 250mm, with payload center of gravity to the RA rotation axis.

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