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Celestron NexStar RS-232 cable

Celestron NexStar RS-232 cable
£25.10
Celestron NexStar RS-232 cable
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cable
Brand:
Celestron
PC connection:
serial

Celestron NexStar RS-232 cable
Connect the Celestron NexStar RS-232 cable to your PC via the serial port. This way, all computerised telescopes can be controlled via your PC or laptop using the compatible software

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Celestron NexStar RS-232 cable
Connect the Celestron NexStar RS-232 cable to your PC via the serial port. This way, all computerised telescopes can be controlled via your PC or laptop using the compatible software

  • Use the telescope in combination with your PC!
  • Serial connection
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Celestron NexStar RS-232 cable

PC cable with serial connection

3 / 5 - 1 review

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Features

  • Use the telescope in combination with your PC!
  • Serial connection

Celestron NexStar RS-232 cable

Connect the Celestron NexStar RS-232 cable to your PC via the serial port. This way, all computerised telescopes can be controlled via your PC or laptop using the compatible software

USB

Do you want to connect the PC/laptop via USB? Then you need a USB converter which is available here!

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Type
  • cable
Brand
  • Celestron
PC connection
  • serial

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P K Shepherd
09/02/2012
Per part

compatibility problem

I ordered this item which arrived very promptly and in good order. The problem I had was that it had a 9 pin rs 232 connection whereas my laptop and two other computers that I own had 15 pin connections. I assumed that this could be overcome with a usb adapter and physically it was. However when trying to set up telescope control the laptop could not 'see' the telescope. I believe this to be because the usb port of my laptop is not recognised as a COM port - I do not know how to rectify this though I believe there is a software solution. Any help please! I don't think I can be the only one to have found this problem.

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