Meade #607 12 volt DC Power Cord with Auto Cigarette Lighter type Adapter, for Field use of LX10, LX90, or LX200GPS Telescopes up to 14"


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Meade #607: Picture 1 regular $19.95

About Meade #607

For Field Use of LX10, LX90, or LX200GPS Telescopes up to 14". Same 25 foot cord as is included with AC Adapter #541. The cord plugs into the telescope's control panel and supplies 12v DC directly from a car battery.

Meade #607 Reviews

Reviewed by 3 customers


practical, useful


from Bogotá, Colombia  -  Casual/ Recreational

it replaces in a good manner the 8 C batteries


Adequately, properly provides power


from Austin, Texas  -  Casual/ Recreational

I have a MEADE DS-114 telescope. The power adapter with cord plugged in and powered my scope with no problems. I am pleased and recommend it's use to those who need remote power using their vehicle's cigarette adapter.




from garnerville NY,  -  Professional Guide

is a good item to use with my telescope, to give power all night long.fits perfect with my battery boosters cigaret lighter.


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Larry B  will this power cord adapter work with a Meade DS114AT telescope?
RICHARD H  It should work just fine.
Russell F  how long is the cord ?
DAVID C  I broke the telescope and did not get a chance to try it. it should work?
Miguel P  There are a 12 volt power cord with auto cigarette lighter for LT8 SC?
DANIEL W  The Meade #607 DC power cord works on my LX200GPS telescope. My guess is it will work for any Meade telescope that requires 12 volts but I don't know that for sure.
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