Pierro Astro

 

Pierro Astro products are designed to offer high performance and exceptional value. The are intended to improve the results you achieve from imaging or just make you life easier. Our range is always expanding with new products under development.

Pierro Astro offer the Astro Imager an ever growing variety of products to enhance the quality of your images and make your life easier. 

From the innovative Atmospheric Dispersion Corrector, which will transform your planetary images, to our  ‘EQTooth’ wireless interface for use with the excellent EQMOD software. Pierro Astro products can help you improve your results and simplify your setup.

 

Atmospheric Dispersion Corrector

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This small device has revolutionised planetary imaging. It allows you to compensate for the dispersion caused by the atmosphere which lead to loss of detail in images and false colour. 

 

 

 

T2 Barlow Adapter

The T2 Barlow adapter is designed to allow you to fit either a 1.25” lens cell or Televue Powermate to the ADC while retaining T2 thread use for maximum strength t2 barlowand rigidity to the imaging train.

 

 

 

 

 

 

EQTooth EQMod Interface

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The EQTooth is a Bluetooth enabled interface for allowing your mount to communicate with the excellent EQMod software totally wirelessly. It does not even needbatteries!

 

 

 

 

 

 

The EQ-6 Evolution Mount

 

The Skywatcher EQ-6 has long been a favourite with astro imagers. It offers a good load capacity at an excellent price. However in comparison to high end EQ mounts it has higher periodic error that includes a high frequency oscillation. Enter the EVO-6 by Pierro Astro!eq6

 

This is a mechanically reworked EQ-6 using high precision components which are then fitted with the utmost care. The mount is then carefully setup to offer extreme performance levels equal to vastly more expensive mounts.

 

Each EVO-6 mount includes a test report describing performance before and after modification.

 

 

 

For more details, please see the Pierro Astro website