Celestron CPC Heavy Duty Wedge- HD Pro

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Celestron CPC Heavy Duty Wedge- HD Pro
Item # CE-93664
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  • The Celestron Heavy-Duty CPC Wedge was designed for Celestron's 8", 9.25", and 11" CPC Schmidt Cassegrain Telescopes and the new HD Pro.
  • Delivers 0-90 range of operation.
  • Telescopes with a fork mount and motor drive depend on components like the Celestron Heavy-Duty CPC Wedge for proper equatorial mounting which allows the use of setting circles.


For optimal performance in astronomical observing that involves setting circles or motorized tracking, Celestron's telescopes with a fork mount and motor drive must be mounted on an Equatorial Wedge. The wedge allows you to tilt the telescope so that its polar axis (R.A. axis) is parallel to the Earth's axis.

The angle of tilt will depend on your latitude when the telescope is level. The angle between the horizon level and the polar axis will equal your latitude when the telescope's axis is parallel with that of the Earth's. Once properly mounted and adjusted on the wedge, the telescope is said to be equatorially mounted and its setting circles and included slow motion controls can be used to locate deep-sky objects.

Celestron Product Number: 93664
Additional Information

Additional Information

SKU CE-93664
UPC Code 050234936644
Manufacturer Celestron
Warranty 2 Year Warranty
Included Items

Included Items

  • Celestron Heavy-Duty CPC Wedge
  • Slow Motion Controls
  • Setting Circles
  • Celestron Accessories One Year Limited Warranty
Questions & Answers

Product Questions

Can this wedge be used in a Meade 10'' LX90?
Will the Celestron Heavy Duty Wedge work with the older Nexstar 11 GPS forked mount?
I already have a Celestron Nextar 8se telescope
I would like to know if the wedge HD Pro is compatible with mi telescope?
Thanks in advance
Hello: Will this wedge fit the Celestron Classic orange tube scopes made in the 70s and 80s?
Hi, will this work with Celestron Nexstar evolution 9.25 too?
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