Question about Celestron Advanced C10-NGT (600 x 254mm) Telescope
Hey, I have a question for you guys. I have a feeling it's going to be obvious. When using the motors in the C10-NGT reflector telescope model, do the RA and DEC clamps have to be tightened for no manual movement in order to use the motors at maximum efficiency? Or do you leave the clamps absolutely loose, so there can be manual movement, and motor movement? The only thing I've been trying is leaving the clamps loose; I'm afraid that I'll wreck the motors if I tighten the clamps and the motors will be trying to move, while the clamps are tightened.
So, leave the clamps tight or loose while using the motors?
Holy man.. response is kinda slow. Good thing I tried it myself.
Sure as heck, you can leave the Right Ascension and Declination clamps tight while using the motors!
It makes a lot of sense, and many things much easier....
Thanks for the.. reply? lol. Just joking.
Posted on Jan 10, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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