Autoguiding requires a means for a computer to send guiding signals to a telescope’s mount. For most mounts, especially the entry-level ones, a separate device can be used to enable the computer ‘talk’ to the mount—an example of which is a USB Guide Port Interface or GPUSB.
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This Kenko NES tracking mount is classified as an EQ3 mount. I got this mount from a surplus shop in relatively good condition but without the motor controller and counterweights, and sold “as is” with no assurance that the motor will work since it is already 2 decades old (1990 model)! Read more.