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iOptron Go To Nova Controller - 8401

SKU: IOP-8401

iOptron Go To Nova Controller

The iOptron Go To Nova Controller is the premier version hand controller of iOptron's GoToNova computerized control system. The iOptron Nova Controller has a database of over 130,000 celestial objects. Additionally, the iOptron Nova Go To Controller has a user selected 128 objects that makes it easy for even the most amateur stargazer to cruise the night sky. The control system also allows you to slew the telescope at 9 different drive speeds, keeping the object within the telescope's viewfinder for as long as you wish.

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 drive speeds, keeping the object within the telescope's viewfinder for as long as you wish. GoToNova also makes alignment quick and simple, and even comes standard with GPS.The GoToNova Controller is much easier to use than other similar products. The hand controller is more intuitive with menu categories better organized. It also has a larger LCD screen with more lines of content (8-lines) compared with the competition. Using the easy-to-use hand controller and its large LCD screen, you can easily set up your telescope and select where you want to go.

The revolutionary GoTo Nova computerized control system is by far the most technologically advanced automated tracking system available on the market today. With a database of 130,000 celestial objects, including all of the most famous galaxies, nebulae, star clusters, not to mention the planets, you'll be able to enjoy star gazing with the simple push of a button. The database can also be upgraded to include over 130,000 celestial objects. So your control system can grow as you increase your level of star gazing!

The iOptron Go To Nova (#8401) Hand Controller also includes a USB port for connection with a computer for use with planetarium software, or for ASCOM communication.