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Posted on Friday, December 10 @ 19:20:23 CST by astronomy
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Motor drives come in either AC or DC models.

AC models run from household power, or from a power inverter connected to a car battery. DC models have a built-in battery or a separate battery pack, so you can use them anywhere. Many DC drives also have speed controls, which are essential for advanced astrophotography.




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