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Rigel Systems PulsGuide Guiding Eyepiece Illuminator (without eyepiece) with Battery

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About Rigel Systems Eyepiece Illuminator

The PulsGuide Guiding Eyepiece Illuminator Makes Astrophotography Easier! Makes Finderscope Acquisition Easier, with its Pulsed Reticle.

Less Eye Fatigue = Better Astrophotographs! PulsGuide pulses the reticle illumination to let the eye rest between pulses. The result? Improved contrast between reticle and faint guide stars for easier guiding and better astrophotographs or acquisition of faint object in your finderscope.

Two Knob Timing Control and Adjustable Brightness..2 knobs let you independently tailor on and off blink times from continuous on to long-on/short-off or short-on/long-off or anything in between.

Two Color LEDs.. Comes with red LED which you can switch to yellow LED by unplugging red and plugging in yellow. Some astrophotographers find low level yellow makes the cross hair clearer and sharper, and makes guiding even easier.

Available With or Without Eyepiece. (This version is without the eyepiece)
Use with your eyepiece or finder. Pulsguide fits standard 8mm threaded hole. (10mm and 14mm set-screw adapters available.) Uses one long life lithium battery (included) that is easily available at most electronics, camera and hardware stores.



Rigel Systems Eyepiece Illuminator Features

  • Pulses the Reticle Illumination of a Guiding Eyepiece During an Exposure
  • Invaluable for Guiding on Very Faint Guide Stars
  • PulsGuide Keeps the Crosshairs Bright
  • Track Stars that are Virtually at the Limit of what you can See in the Eyepiece

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Reviewed by 1 customers

 
5.0

Bought my second one I liked It so Much!

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Having a pulsing finder illuminator keeps your eye from tiring out during long telescope guiding operations.

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Al A  I bought one of these about a year ago from you... quick question... how do you change the battery?
ANHTUAN P  To change the battery...pull the two white pins out. They should just pull straight out (no unscrewing needed). Then grip the on/off knob and pull it straight out. Again, no unscrewing needed. Replacement battery is Duracell DL-1/3N or equivalent. Battery should just pop out. Overall be careful as the internals are pretty delicate.
Al A  Thanks... got it... that's what I fgured but I thought it was safer to ask then just pull them :)
Al A  I bought one of these about a year ago from you... quick question... how do you change the battery?
ANHTUAN P  To change the battery...pull the two white pins out. They should just pull straight out (no unscrewing needed). Then grip the on/off knob and pull it straight out. Again, no unscrewing needed. Replacement battery is Duracell DL-1/3N or equivalent. Battery should just pop out. Overall be careful as the internals are pretty delicate.
Al A  Thanks... got it... that's what I fgured but I thought it was safer to ask then just pull them :)
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