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Marking the Primary Mirror
To achieve best accuracy when collimating with the Orion
LaserMate Deluxe, you will need to mark the center of the
primary mirror with one of the supplied collimation targets.
This will not affect the telescope’s performance. If you do not
wish to mark your primary mirror, you will need to judge the
primary mirror’s center by eye during the collimation proce-
dure. While this is not recommended, it is possible to get
Make sure the template is still Note About Centering the Secondary Mirror clean; place the paper template Under the Focuser over the surface of the primary Centering the secondary mirror under the focuser is an mirror. Carefully register the tem- adjustment that can be made with the aid of the LaserMate plate edge with the edge of the Deluxe, but it requires marking the center of the secondary mirror (Figure 4). Now, take one mirror in the same way the center of the primary mirror was of the sup
the secondary mirror off the surface of the primary mirror. The Viewng screen red spot should be centered on the primary mirror’s surface. Laser hole If it isn’t, adjustments will be need to be made to the second- ary mirror’s tilt (Figure 9). This is done with the secondary mirror collimation screws, usually located on the central hub of the telescope’s spider vane assembly. Laser spot on primary Figure 11: Once the laser spot is going back into the hole the mirror laser beam originally came ou
change batteries, you must unthread the top of the LaserMate Appendix: Centering the Secondary Mirror Under Deluxe’s black aluminum case (Figure 12). This will expose the Focuser the laser housing. Be careful not to lose the spring that goes In order to use the LaserMate Deluxe to center the secondary between the top of the case and the laser housing. mirror underneath the focuser, you must mark the center of the secondary mirror. Do this by first removing the secondary Do not attempt to remove
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