Looking to take your telescope viewing experience to the next level? Look no further than a laser collimator!
A laser collimator is the ultimate tool for aligning and adjusting your telescope, ensuring that you get the clearest and sharpest images possible. Don’t let a misaligned telescope ruin your stargazing session – a laser collimator can quickly and easily bring your optics back into proper alignment.
Here are the easy-to-follow steps for using a laser collimator:
- Insert the laser collimator into your telescope’s focuser and turn it on.
- Adjust the secondary mirror or lens of the telescope so that the returning beam of light is reflected back towards the center of the primary mirror
- Look through the collimator’s side aperture (marked with a cross hair) and adjust the telescope’s primary mirror so that the returning beam of light is centered on the collimator.
- Repeat the process until the laser beam returns to the center of the collimator and while still pointing at the center of the primary mirror.
With a simple setup process and easy-to-follow instructions, a laser collimator is the perfect accessory for any telescope enthusiast. Invest in a laser collimator and enjoy stunning views of the cosmos with ease!