SkyTracker™ Pro Camera Mount Instruction Manual

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SkyTracker™ Pro Camera Mount
Instruction Manual
Product #3322
Table of Content
Table of Content ...................................................................................................................... 2
1. SkyTrackerTM Pro Camera Mount Overview ........................................................................ 3
2. SkyTrackerTM Pro Camera Mount Assembly ....................................................................... 5
2.1. Introduction ................................................................................................................... 5
2.2. Parts List ....................................................................................................................... 5
2.3. Assembly Terms ........................................................................................................... 6
2.4. SkyTrackerTM Pro Camera Mount Assembly ................................................................. 7
3. Maintenance and Servicing ............................................................................................... 13
3.1. Maintenance ............................................................................................................... 13
3.2. Trouble Shooting ......................................................................................................... 13
3.3. iOptron Customer Service ........................................................................................... 14
3.4. Product End of Life Disposal Instructions.................................................................... 14
3.5. Battery Replacement and Disposal Instructions .......................................................... 14
Appendix A. Technical Specifications .................................................................................... 15
IOPTRON ONE YEAR TELESCOPE, MOUNT, AND CONTROLLER WARRANTY ............ 16
WARNING!
NEVER USE A TELESCOPE TO LOOK AT THE SUN WITHOUT A PROPER FILTER!
Looking at or near the Sun will cause instant and irreversible damage to your eye.
Children should always have adult supervision while observing.
Please don’t charge the battery or use USB power at or below 0°C (32°F), otherwise the
rechargeable battery might be permanently damaged.
Rev.1.0
iOptron Corp. reserves the rights to revise this instruction without notice. Actual color/contents/design may differ from those described in this
instruction.
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1. SkyTrackerTM Pro Camera Mount Overview
Introducing The SkyTrackerTM Pro -- iOptron’s next generation camera tracking device! After 4
years leading the camera tracker market, SkyTrackerTM has been the tool of choice for photographers
worldwide, ushering in the astroscape genre of outdoor photography. Now iOptron has been just
pushing it to perfection.
Figure 1. SkyTrackerTM Pro mount head
Upgraded from SkyTrackerTM, the Pro is more compact, small enough to fit on your palm,
better precision, silent tracking, it even has a built-in rechargeable power source that runs for over 24
hours of continuous operation. The improved precision polar scope maintains a fine engraved reticule,
now features adjustable illumination with eight brightness levels. Using with our smart phone app,
quick and accurate polar alignment is just a joy.
The SkyTrackerTM Pro features four tracking rates, 1X or sidereal, 1/2X for sky and landscape,
solar and lunar. All 4 tracking rates work in both northern and southern hemispheres. We have also
added a quick slew mode with both forward and reverse to help quickly reframing your image without
disrupting the cameras position.
We have made big improvements on the SkyTrackerTM Pro’s removable alt-azimuth base,
which features a precision bubble level, degree markings for the altitude and a built in post for the
azimuth control. You can also mount the SkyTrackerTM Pro head (without the base) directly to any
standard photographic tripod with 1/4” or 3/8” threads. The SkyTrackerTM Pro is certainly a must have
tool for any photographer interested in astroscape or wide field astrophotography.
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Features:
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All metal structure with ABS covers
Attaches to a camera tripod with 3/8” or 1/4” threads
Accepts cameras weighing up to 3 kg (6.6 lbs)
Silent tracking for smooth camera motion, perfect for long-term exposures
Detachable alt-azi base with fine latitude and azimuth adjusters for easy polar alignment
Reversible mounting post for both 3/8” and 1/4” threaded ball head mounting
Includes iOptron AccuAlignTM dark-field illuminated polar scope
Adjustable polar scope illumination with eight brightness levels
4 tracking speed (1X, 1/2X, solar and lunar). 1X celestial tracking for imaging the sky and
stars; 1/2X tracking speed for imaging both the starry night and the landscapes at the
same time
Quick slew (180X max.) for camera framing adjustment
Operation in both northern and southern Hemisphere
Built-in rechargeable battery with Micro USB port for power and charging
Over 24 hours of operation (20°C)
1/4" – 3/8” thread converter included
Padded carry bag included
Optional ball heads available separately (#3305A)
Optional tripod (#3221)
Optional counterweight balance kit (#3324)
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2. SkyTrackerTM Pro Camera Mount Assembly
2.1. Introduction
You have just purchased a tracking camera mount that is capable of taking you to a new level
of astrophotography. When aligned the polar axis of the SkyTrackerTM Pro camera mount with the
celestial North Pole (CNP), or celestial South Pole (CSP), the mount will provide rotation matching the
celestial sphere rotation around the Earth. Since all celestial objects appear to rotate around the CNP,
or CSP, the polar axis allows the mount to rotate with the celestial sphere and provide accurate
tracking for visual observations and astrophotography.
The AccuAlignTM polar scope, along with the Quick Polar Alignment procedure, will provide an
easy and accurate polar alignment for the mount.
The following sections of this manual provide detailed steps required to successfully set up
and operate the SkyTrackerTM Pro mount.
2.2. Parts List
PARTS INCLUDED:
The SkyTrackerTM Pro camera mount shipping box contains:
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SkyTrackerTM Pro camera mount
Alt-azi base (installed)
AccuAlignTM dark field illuminated polar scope
Micro USB charging cable
Padded carry bag
Figure 2. Parts in a SkyTrackerTM Pro package
PARTS NEEDED:
The following parts are needed to take astrophotography but are not included in the package:
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A sturdy tripod with 3/8” or 1/4” threaded post.
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An power source with a USB port for mount charging, such as a smartphone charger, a
laptop with a USB port, or car cigarette adapter, or a portable battery pack
A ball head adapter
A camera
YOU MAY NEED IT FOR POLAR ALIGNMENT:
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iPhone/iPad app for accurate polar alignment
(https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/ioptron-polar-scope/id564078961?mt=8)
or Android phone polar finder app
(https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.techhead.polarfinder)
Or other application/program to calculate the pole star position. Please refer to FAQ
session under Support at http://www.ioptron.com for more information.
ONLINE CONTENTS (click under “Support” menu) www.iOptron.com
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This manual
Accessories
Tips for set up
Reviews and feedback from other customers
2.3. Assembly Terms
Figure 3. Front and back view of a SkyTrackerTM Pro mount head
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8- Battery status indicator
9- Power switch
10- Polar scope illumination adjustment
button
11- Tracking speed switch
12- RA fast slew button
13- South/north switch
Polar scope
Polar scope locking screw
Dovetail base
Polar sight hole
Single axis equatorial mount body
Camera mounting block
Camera mounting block locking screw
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Figure 4. Alt-azi adjusting base
14- Dovetail saddle
15- Latitude lock
16- Azimuth adjusting knob
17- Dovetail locking knob
18- Azimuth locking knob
19- Base
20- Latitude adjustment knob
21- Latitude scale
22- Leveling bubble
2.4. SkyTrackerTM Pro Camera Mount Assembly
NOTE: The SkyTrackerTM Pro mount is a precision astronomical instrument. It is highly
recommended that you read the entire manual and become familiar with the nomenclature and
functions of all components before starting the assembly.
STEP 1. Check/charge the battery
The SkyTrackerTM Pro is shipped with battery
partially charged. It is suggested to fully charge the battery
before the first time use. Insert the micro USB plug into the
USB port at the side of the mount (see Figure 5), and
connect the other end of the USB cable into a USB port of
a computer, a smart phone charger or a portable battery
pack (not included). The input power should be 5V, 1A. It
usually takes 5 hours to charge the internal Li-Poly battery
to reach 80% of full power. When the battery is fully
charged the battery status indicator should flash rapidly
(about 5Hz). You may charge the SkyTrackerTM Pro with
the power switch either on or off. (However, when the
power switch is turned off, the battery status indicator does
not function). When the indicator stays steady on, the
battery power should be sufficient for your session. When
the indicator blinks slowly (about 0.5Hz), it indicates a low
power and recharging is necessary.
Figure 5. Micro USB
powering/charging port
Please don’t charge the battery or use USB power when temperature is at or below 0°C
(32°F), otherwise the rechargeable battery might be permanently damaged.
If the mount is not to be used for an extended period of time, charge the battery in full and
recharge every 6 months.
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STEP 2. Install the polar scope
Before installing the polar scope onto the mount, face the polar scope to a bright source, such
as the sky (but not the SUN) or a lamp from a distance. Adjust the eyepiece to focus the reticle
pattern. Then face the polar scope to a distant object and look through the eyepiece. If you cannot
see the distant object clearly, the polar scope is not focused for your eyesight. Release a few turns of
the Lock ring (or hold the objective lens and turn it counterclockwise). Turn the Objective lens until the
image is focused. Retighten the Lock ring.
Mounting hole
Objective lens
Reticle illumination inlet
Lock ring
Eyepiece
Figure 6. AccuAlignTM dark field illuminated polar scope
Figure 7. Insert the polar scope
Remove the front cover of the polar telescope. Loosen the Polar Scope Locking Screw until it
does not intrude into the polar scope mounting hole. Gently insert the polar scope all the way into the
polar scope mounting hole from the back of the mount and with the flat platoon on the polar scope
facing left, as shown in Figure 7. Finger tighten (not too tight) the Polar Scope Locking Screw. Turn
the mount power on. Press the Polar Scope Illumination Adjustment Button to adjust the brightness of
the dark field reticle.
Tip: The polar scope can be tightened by the Polar Scope Locking Screw from either the side or
bottom. The bottom position is better for storage.
STEP 3. Attach the SkyTrackerTM Pro to a tripod
The SkyTrackerTM Pro can be mounted to a stable tripod with or without the alt-azi base, as
shown in Figure 8. When the alt-azi base is not used, a ball head (#3305A, not included) is suggested
for easy adjustment.
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Figure 8. Mounting the SkyTrackerTM Pro to a tripod
The dovetail base of the SkyTrackerTM Pro comes with a 1/4"-3/8” thread converter, as shown
in FIG 9, It fits directly to the 3305A ball head quick release plate or any other platform with 1/4” or
3/8” threads screw. The alt-azi base fits to any standard camera or astrophotography tripod with 1/4"
or 3/8” threads by insert the 1/4”-3/8” thread converter into it, as needed.
Figure 9. Mount head dovetail base with 1/4"-3/8” thread converter
STEP 4. Install a ball head and mounting a camera
A DSLR camera can be mounted to the SkyTrackerTM Pro in many ways. Here are two most
practical methods.
1. For a light payload (less than 1.2kg or 2.6lbs, including lens), a DSLR can be attached directly to
the SkyTrackerTM Pro mount through a ball head. Loosen the two camera mounting block locks to
remove the Camera Mounting Block from the SkyTrackerTM Pro. If your ball head has a 1/4"
threaded hole, thread the brass Mounting Screw into the Mounting Block with 1/4" threaded side
facing outside (Figure 10a). If the ball head mounting hole is 3/8” threaded, let 3/8” threaded side
facing outside (Figure 10b). Attach the Mounting Block to the base of a ball head (not included)
and make sure they are secured, as shown in Figure 10c. Reattach the mounting block to the
SkyTrackerTM Pro and tighten the two locking screws. Finally, attach the quick release plate of the
ball head to the bottom of the DSLR camera and secure it with the 1/4” screw, then attached the
camera to the ball head (Figure 11).
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Figure 10. Attach a ball head to the mounting block
Figure 11. Attach a camera
2. For a heavy payload (more than 1.2kg or 2.6lbs, including lens), a counterweight (CW) balance kit
should be used (sold separately, #3324) as shown in Error! Reference source not found..
Please retreat the polar scope by about 10 mm after the polar alignment is done, to avoid a
possible interference between the CW balance kit and the polar scope.
Figure 12. Mounting a camera with CW balance kit
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STEP 5. Set the SkyTrackerTM Pro mount
The SkyTrackerTM Pro head can be attached to the Alt-azi base in two opposite directions
depends on your latitude position. Choose the one with the center of gravity of the system as close to
the center of the base as possible.
Assuming you are in northern hemisphere, facing the SkyTrackerTM Pro to approximately the
north. You may use a compass or an electronic compass from your smart phone. Please note that
true north may not be aligned to the magnetic north from you compass. However, most smart phone
compass may adjust it for you. Release the Latitude Lock a half turn by simply rotate the locking lever
counterclockwise. Set the latitude scale at your current latitude by turning the Latitude Adjustment
Knob and retighten the latitude lock. The latitude lock handle can be rotated to any suitable position
by pulling and turning. Loosen the two Azimuth Locking Knobs, adjust the Azimuth Adjusting Knobs to
align the polar axis to the north, then tighten the Azimuth Locking Knobs. More details on polar
alignment are in next step.
When powering on, the SkyTrackerTM Pro will be in tracking mode with a rate depends on the
selection of the tracking speed switch position: If your goal is only take the wide field image of the sky
and stars, set the tracking speed to 1X (celestial tracking speed). With a good polar alignment, this
will keep the stars rounded in your image.. If you would like to take the image of both the starry sky
and the night landscape at the same time, you need to set the tracking speed at 1/2X. This will let you
take clear images of both the sky and the land objects at a proper exposure. Solar speed is for
tracking the Sun and lunar speed for the moon.
Set the south/north switch to N when in the northern hemisphere and to S when in the
southern hemisphere.
You may fast slew the RA axis at 180X speed by pressing and holding the RA Fast Slew
Button◄►. Release and press ◄► again the RA will slew in reverse direction.
STEP 6. Polar Alignment
To achieve accurate tracking, precise polar alignment is crucial. SkyTrackerTM Pro offers 3
polar alignment methods.
1. Easy alignment through polar sight hole
Aiming through the polar sight hole to the Polaris (or Sigma Octantis) while adjusting the
azimuth and altitude angles until the Polaris appears in the center of the field of view. Locking
all the knobs when done. (This method is less accurate, but useful if the polar scope missing).
2. Easy alignment through polar scope
Do exactly the same as above, but look through the polar scope. When putting the Polaris at
the cross hairs of the polar scope, the misalignment to north pole is about 40 min (or about 1
degree in southern hemisphere with Sigma Octantis).
3. Quick Polar Alignment
Using iOptron’s AccuAlignTM dark field illuminated polar scope as shown in Figure 6 for easy
and accurate polar alignment. This is achieved by making the polar axis of the mount parallel
to the Earth’s axis of rotation.
Press the power switch on the mount to turn the SkyTrackerTM Pro on. Look through the polar scope
eyepiece. Adjust the eyepiece to bring the reticle dial in focus. As indicated in
Figure 13, the Polar Scope Dial has been divided into 12 hours along the angular direction
with 10 min tics. There are 2 groups, 6 concentric circles marked from 36’ to 44’ and 60’ to 70’,
respectively. The 36’ to 44’ concentric circles are for polar alignment in the northern
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hemisphere using Polaris. While the 60’ to 70’ circles are for polar alignment in the southern
hemisphere using Sigma Octantis. The 12 o’clock mark should be on top.
Figure 13. Polar scope dial
Figure 14. Polar scope app on an iPhone
To maximize the benefits of the iOptron polar scope for polar alignment, you need to know
where the Polaris is in the northern (Sigma Octantis in southern) hemisphere. You may find
this information via an iPhone/iPad app (iOptron Polar Scope in Apple iTune store). Shown in
Figure 14 is a screen shot of an iPhone chart. For example, on August 10, 2016, 17:50:18 in
Boston, USA (Lat N42º30’28” and Long W71º08’49”), the Polaris Position is 00hr 18.4m and
Radius is 40.2min (the green dot on the chart).
Adjust the mount in latitude (using Latitude Adjustment Knob) and azimuth (Azimuth Adjusting
Knobs) directions to place Polaris in the same position on the Polar Scope Dial as indicated on
your iPhone/iPad screen. In this case, the Polaris will be located at a radius of 40.2’ and an
angle of 00 hour 18.4 minute. Android phone users may refer to Android polar finder app
(https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.techhead.polarfinder)
You may also use other program/software to calculate the pole star position.
Enjoy using your SkyTrackerTM Pro!
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3. Maintenance and Servicing
3.1. Maintenance
The SkyTrackerTM Pro camera mount is designed to be maintenance free. Do not overload the
mount. Do not drop the mount. This will damage the mount or degrade the tracking accuracy
permanently. Use a damp cloth to clean the mount if necessary. Do not use solvent.
3.2. Trouble Shooting
1. Unit does not power on?
Make sure battery is fully charged.
2. Polar scope dial is not illuminated or is not bright enough?
Make sure that the polar scope is slide all the way in and the illumination LED is at the center
of the dial opening. Press the illumination adjustment button to change LED intensity. Contact iOptron
if a green LED is needed for those who can’t identify the red color.
3. The polar scope dial is not focused?
Please adjust the polar scope eyepiece to focus your eye sight on to the polar scope dial. See
STEP 2 on page 8.
4. Can’t see star clearly through the polar scope while doing polar alignment?
Adjust objective lens by tuning the long tube while looking through the polar scope eyepiece.
See STEP 2 on page 8.
5. The star is trailing while imaging?
Polar alignment is critical to the tracking accuracy. Make sure your polar alignment is correct.
The tracking speed is set at 1X for sky imaging. Correct Northern/Southern hemisphere is selected.
6. Where should I put the Polaris when doing polar alignment?
You may have one of following choices:
 iPhone App for iOptron polar scope available here:
https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/ioptron-polar-scope/id564078961?mt=8
 Android app for iOptron polar alignment here:
https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.techhead.polarfinder
 Or you can download and install a window based program:
http://www.polarfinder.com/windows.html
 Or a Mac/windows based program:
http://www.trutek-uk.com/takahashi/polarisfinder1-2en.htm. When mapping the Polaris
position from the 24 hrs dial to iOptron polar scope, you need to divide it by 2, i.e. the
reading on the dial is 10 o’clock, then you should put the Polaris in your polar scope at 5
o’clock.
 Or download and print the following table/chart to bring with you to the field if you don’t
what to carry any electronics, as stated:
http://www.covingtoninnovations.com/michael/blog/1302/index.html
 The last approach is just putting the Polaris at the center. It may be good enough for a
short exposure depends on the lens you are using.
7. My mount still does not work properly after tried the above solution?
Contact iOptron at support@ioptron.com for technical support.
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3.3. iOptron Customer Service
If you have any question concerning your mount, contact iOptron Customer Service
Department. Customer Service hours are 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM, Eastern Time, Monday through Friday.
In the unlikely event that the mount requires factory servicing or repairing, write or call iOptron
Customer Service Department first to receive a RMA# before returning the mount to the factory.
Please provide details as to the nature of the problem as well as your name, address, e-mail address,
purchase info and daytime telephone number. We have found that most problems can be resolved by
e-mails or telephone calls. So please contact iOptron first to avoid returning the mount for repair.
It is recommended to send technical questions to support@ioptron.com or call in the U.S.
1.781.569.0200.
3.4. Product End of Life Disposal Instructions
This electronic product is subject to disposal and recycling regulations that vary
by country and region. It is your responsibility to recycle your electronic equipment per
your local environmental laws and regulations to ensure that it will be recycled in a
manner that protects human health and the environment. To find out where you can
drop off your waste equipment for recycling, please contact your local waste
recycle/disposal service or the product representative.
3.5. Battery Replacement and Disposal Instructions
The internal rechargeable battery should be long life if used properly.
Nevertheless if a battery needs to be replaced within 90 days from purchase, contact
iOptron for free replacement. Otherwise new battery is available at www.ioptron.com.
Battery Disposal- Batteries contain chemicals that, if released, may affect the
environment and human health. Batteries should be collected separately for recycling,
and recycled at a local hazardous material disposal location adhering to your country and local
government regulations. To find out where you can drop off your waste battery for recycling, please
contact your local waste disposal service or the product representative.
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Appendix A. Technical Specifications
Mount
Payload (MAX)
Mount weight
Mount weight with base
Body material
RA shaft
Worm wheel
Worm gear
Worm period
Bearing
Motor drive
Tracking
Tracking speed
Fast slew speed
Polar sight hole
Polar scope
Power requirement
Battery type
Duration of operation
Power charge port
Body dimension
Operation Temperature
Mounting ring
Body-base connection
Alt-Azi adjustable Base
Latitude adjustment range
AZ adjustment range
Base diameter
Warranty
Ultra compact single axis EQ
6.6 lbs (3kg)
685 gm with battery
1150 gm (2.53 lbs) with battery
Die-cast aluminum with ABS cover
Φ25mm, steel
Φ74mm, 144 teeth aluminum alloy
Φ11mm, brass
600 sec
4 pieces
DC servo
R.A. automatic
1X Cel, 1/2 Cel, solar, lunar, N/S
180X, forward and reverse
~ 8º FOV
6º FOV, dark field illuminated (8 adjustable intensity)
Internal rechargeable battery
Li-Poly, 3.7V, 2000mAh
Over 24 hours at 20ºC
Micro USB (5V), 80% charge in 5 hours
115x115x95 mm
-15~40ºC
Ø53 mm, 3/8” or 1/4" post threads
Vixen dovetail, 3/8” socket (1/4” converter)
Vixen style saddle, 3/8” socket
-30º ~ 65º (with Alt-azi base)
±5°
Φ80 mm
One year limited (90 day on battery)
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repair or replace such product or part which, upon inspection by iOptron, is found to be defective in materials or workmanship. As a
condition to the obligation of iOptron to repair or replace such product, the product must be returned to iOptron together with proof-ofpurchase satisfactory to iOptron.
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receive the RMA number to be displayed on the outside of your shipping container.
All returns must be accompanied by a written statement stating the name, address, and daytime telephone number of the owner, together
with a brief description of any claimed defects. Parts or product for which replacement is made shall become the property of iOptron.
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iOptron Corporation
Customer Service Department
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support@ioptron.com
Tel. (781)569-0200
Fax. (781)935-2860
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