About this product
Please see notes below when choosing 'C' or 'CPC'.
Starlight Instruments Feather-Touch MicroFocuser for use with Celestron C 11 SCT, CPC-1100 and C11 EDGE HD.
Replace your telescope's standard focuser for this Starlight Instruments Feather-Touch MicroFocuser for smoother and more precise focusing.
Dual-speed mechanism with two focus knobs. One provides standard speed focusing, the other features a 10-to-1 reduction unit for extra fine focus.
Starlight Instruments products and accessories are precision machined from the highest quality materials to insure long life and trouble-free operation.
Instructions are provided for easy installation.
Feather-Touch MicroFocuser Fitting Instructions (pdf)
Which MicroFocuser fits my telescope?
If your telescope is less than a few years old, check the style of the back cell to see which version of the Feather-Touch SCT Micro Focuser you need. If your telescope has a flat back (left picture), you need the standard 'C' MicroFocuser. If your telescope has a triangular pattern on the back (right picture), you will need the 'CPC' MicroFocuser.
Starlight Instruments is proud to announce that (with the coordination from Dean Koenig from Starizona) that on July 27th 2012 one of the FeatherTouch FTM-CPC9.25 micro focusers has landed at the International Space Station on a brand new Celestron C9.25 Edge HD. Below is a picture of the CPC9.25 with FeatherTouch focuser on the International Space Station
|Average Rating (1 Review): |Great upgrade for an 11 SCT
Wednesday, 2 May 2018 | Alan
The focus knob was easy to install following the supplied step-by-step guide. Once installed, there is no comparison to the standard single speed Celestron focuser - its so easy to get sharp focus. Mine has been installed for 3+ years and still working well
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Q1. Will the SCT Microfocuser affect my back focus in any way?
No, the microfocuser replaces the existing focuser mechanism and gives you a finer focusing option. It does not affect the back focus.