In August 2009 I bought this Motorised Alt/Az mount, mainly to be used as travel mount for my Coronado PST and the OTA of my Skylux scope.
Here is a review written by QCUIAG Founding Father Dr. Steve Wainwright.
Note: a more advanced model [with GoTo] of this mount is known as Orion TeleTrack GoTo Altazimuth Telescope Mount

Mobile Solar Imaging Setup

My mobile solar imaging setup:
January 10, 2011.
Coronado PST on Acuter Merlin Mount; 2.5x Televue Powermate, Philips Vesta SC3a B/W webcam.
12Volt is supplied by a jump starter and my laptop is in the back of my car, nicely in the shade.
Please note the compass underneath the tripod.
Sun altitude: 15.3.
I use this Jump Start to power my Acuter Merlin Mount.
As the cigarette lighter connector [out of sight on the right] is highly unreliable I installed a new connector [just left of the reflector] and also an ON/OFF switch.
Of course I also provided the Merlin with the same type of connector; I also installed a 12V red LED in the power cord so that I can see that the 12V is actually there.
The problem with the unreliable cigarette lighter connector is that unexpectedly the 12V power to the Acuter Merlin Mount is interrupted due to a bad contact and then the Merlin stops tracking of course.
After that the whole setup procedure for the Merlin has to be redone, which is highly irritating especially when the Sun gets close to trees/buildings and/or clouds are arriving.
My mobile solar imaging setup:
January 10, 2011.
Coronado PST on Acuter Merlin Mount; 2.5x Televue Powermate, Philips Vesta SC3a B/W webcam.
12Volt is supplied by a jump starter and my laptop is in the back of my car, nicely in the shade.
Please note the compass underneath the tripod.
Sun altitude: 15.3.

Sunspot AR1140 with Filaments
January 10, 2011 09:54 - 09:57 UT.
Imaging: Coronado PST [on Acuter Merlin Mount] with Televue Powermate 2.5x operating at f/25 [focal length 1000mm]
and Philips Vesta SC3a B/W webcam, Baader Infrared Blocking Filter.
Sun altitude: 15.3.
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Basic Operating instructions
[those in the Instruction Manual were not very clear to me]