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Moravian Instruments G3-16200 Mono Class 2 CCD


Moravian Instruments G3-16200EC Mono Class 2 CCD Enhanced Cooling


Moravian Instruments G3-16200 Mono CCD Class 1 CCD


Moravian Instruments G3-16200EC Mono Class 1 CCD Enhanced Cooling


Moravian Instruments G3-11000 Mono Class 2 CCD


Moravian Instruments G3-11000EC Mono Class 2 CCD Enhanced Cooling


Moravian Instruments G3-11000 Mono Class 1 CCD


Moravian Instruments G3-11000EC Mono Class 1 CCD Enhanced Cooling


Moravian Instruments G4-16000 Mono CCD (KAF16803)


Moravian Instruments G4-16000EC Mono Enhanced Cooling


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Moravian Instruments G3-16200 Mono Class 2 CCD


can be shipped within 30 days

£3,337.00
Price includes VAT, plus delivery


The Moravian Instruments G3-16200 Monochrome CCD Camera uses a new semi-large format low noise, high quantum efficiency KAF-16200 Class 2 CCD Sensor.

The Class 2 sensor differs from a Class 1 in that up to 15 column defects are allowed on the sensor. However there must be a space of at least 4 zero defect columns between. In normal use the slight variations in column brightness etc is not readily noticable and can be compensated for during processing if present. Most CCD cameras supplied all use Class 2 sensors, Class 1 being normally reserved for Scientific Applications. Of course Class 2 has one significant benefit which is the considerable reduction in price compared to a Class 1 sensor!

While other astronomical cameras use CCD chips primarily designed for different application fields, KAF-16200 had “astronomy imaging” stated as the primary application during its development. Sensor dimensions 27.2 × 21.8 mm (35 mm diagonal) are designed for 2" focusers and correctors, often using M42 or M48 threads. Sensor aspect ratio 5:4 which is very close to square. This is an optimal fit for an aberration-free circle within the field of view, but also large enough to allow the best composition of the image. The sensor is small enough to be used with 2" filters (or unmounted D50mm filters), which are more common and affordable compared to square 50 × 50mm filters. Also more filters can fit into the same filter wheel and the G3 design allows usage of an internal filter wheel. 6 × 6μm pixels perfectly correspond to the typical focal lengths of amateur telescopes (between 50 and 150cm). Smaller pixels limit dynamic range and sensitivity at no added value, because resolution is limited by seeing (air turbulences) and optics, rather than by pixel size. At the same time greater pixels could provide under-sampled images if optics is good and the mount perfectly tracks the stars and seeing is above average.

Read noise around 10e-RMS is well beyond the sky background noise in the case of long exposures, even if the very best narrow-band filters are used (no to mention standard RGB filters). Dark current below 0.1 e-/s/px at 0 °C allows very long exposures, providing the sensor is used in a camera allowing for proper cooling (like the G3-16200). Quantum efficiency reaching 60% surpasses the QE of very popular KAF-8300 CCD and is almost identical to the KAF-16803.

The G3 camera is an excellent camera chassis with very low noise electronics that allow the full performance of the sensor to be realised. The cooling performance of the standard version is 50°C below ambient ensuring very low dark current. An enhanced version of this camera is available, as is a version with internal filter wheel and a version using the Class 2 sensor

Specification

Sensor - Kodak KAF16200 Monochrome CCD, Class 2

Resolution - 4540 x 3640 pixels

Full Well Capacity: appr 41,000 e-

Pixel Size: 6 x 6 µm

Size of imaging area: 27.2 mm (H) x 21.8 mm (V)

Interface: USB 2.0 (USB 1.1 compatible)

Cooling: Two-stage Peltier up to 48°C below ambient maximum, 45°C typical

Shipping and Packaging

G3 CCD cameras are supplied in a foam-filled, hard carrying case containing the camera body with a user chosen optional telescope adapter.

The standard 2" barrel adapter is included by default.

If ordered, the filter wheel is already mounted inside the camera head and filters are threaded into place (if ordered).

100-240 V AC input, 12 V DC output “brick” adapter with 1.8 m long power cable.

5 m long USB A-B cable for connecting camera to host PC.

CD-ROM or USB Flash Drive containing camera drivers, SIPS software package with electronic documentation and PDF version of User's Manual.

Printed copy of camera User's Manual

 

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Moravian Instruments G3-16200EC Mono Class 2 CCD Enhanced Cooling


can be shipped within 30 days

£3,565.00
Price includes VAT, plus delivery


The Moravian Instruments G3-16200 Monochrome CCD Camera uses a new semi-large format low noise, high quantum efficiency KAF-16200 Class 2 CCD Sensor.

The Class 2 sensor differs from a Class 1 in that up to 15 column defects are allowed on the sensor. However there must be a space of at least 4 zero defect columns between. In normal use the slight variations in column brightness etc is not readily noticable and can be compensated for during processing if present. Most CCD cameras supplied all use Class 2 sensors, Class 1 being normally reserved for Scientific Applications. Of course Class 2 has one significant benefit which is the considerable reduction in price compared to a Class 1 sensor!

While other astronomical cameras use CCD chips primarily designed for different application fields, KAF-16200 had “astronomy imaging” stated as the primary application during its development. Sensor dimensions 27.2 × 21.8 mm (35 mm diagonal) are designed for 2" focusers and correctors, often using M42 or M48 threads. Sensor aspect ratio 5:4 which is very close to square. This is an optimal fit for an aberration-free circle within the field of view, but also large enough to allow the best composition of the image. The sensor is small enough to be used with 2" filters (or unmounted D50mm filters), which are more common and affordable compared to square 50 × 50mm filters. Also more filters can fit into the same filter wheel and the G3 design allows usage of an internal filter wheel. 6 × 6μm pixels perfectly correspond to the typical focal lengths of amateur telescopes (between 50 and 150cm). Smaller pixels limit dynamic range and sensitivity at no added value, because resolution is limited by seeing (air turbulences) and optics, rather than by pixel size. At the same time greater pixels could provide under-sampled images if optics is good and the mount perfectly tracks the stars and seeing is above average.

Read noise around 10e-RMS is well beyond the sky background noise in the case of long exposures, even if the very best narrow-band filters are used (no to mention standard RGB filters). Dark current below 0.1 e-/s/px at 0 °C allows very long exposures, providing the sensor is used in a camera allowing for proper cooling (like the G3-16200). Quantum efficiency reaching 60% surpasses the QE of very popular KAF-8300 CCD and is almost identical to the KAF-16803.

The G3 camera is an excellent camera chassis with very low noise electronics that allow the full performance of the sensor to be realised. The cooling performance of the standard version is 48°C below ambient ensuring very low dark current. This enhanced version of the camera has superior cooling which increases maximum cooling to 53°C below ambient. This 5°C increase reduces dark current by half and leads to improved camera performance in all enviroments.

Specification

Sensor - Kodak KAF16200 Monochrome CCD, Class 2

Resolution - 4540 x 3640 pixels

Full Well Capacity: appr 41,000 e-

Pixel Size: 6 x 6 µm

Size of imaging area: 27.2 mm (H) x 21.8 mm (V)

Interface: USB 2.0 (USB 1.1 compatible)

Cooling: Two-stage Peltier up to 53°C below ambient maximum, 50°C typical

Shipping and Packaging

G3 CCD cameras are supplied in a foam-filled, hard carrying case containing the camera body with a user chosen optional telescope adapter.

The standard 2" barrel adapter is included by default.

If ordered, the filter wheel is already mounted inside the camera head and filters are threaded into place (if ordered).

100-240 V AC input, 12 V DC output “brick” adapter with 1.8 m long power cable.

5 m long USB A-B cable for connecting camera to host PC.

CD-ROM or USB Flash Drive containing camera drivers, SIPS software package with electronic documentation and PDF version of User's Manual.

Printed copy of camera User's Manual

 

Browse this category: Deep Sky Cameras

Moravian Instruments G3-16200 Mono CCD Class 1 CCD


can be shipped within 30 days

£4,203.00
Price includes VAT, plus delivery


The Moravian Instruments G3-16200 Monochrome CCD Camera uses a new semi-large format low noise, high quantum efficiency KAF-16200 Class 1 CCD Sensor.

While other astronomical cameras use CCD chips primarily designed for different application fields, KAF-16200 had “astronomy imaging” stated as the primary application during its development. Sensor dimensions 27.2 × 21.8 mm (35 mm diagonal) are designed for 2" focusers and correctors, often using M42 or M48 threads. Sensor aspect ratio 5:4 which is very close to square. This is an optimal fit for an aberration-free circle within the field of view, but also large enough to allow the best composition of the image. The sensor is small enough to be used with 2" filters (or unmounted D50mm filters), which are more common and affordable compared to square 50 × 50mm filters. Also more filters can fit into the same filter wheel and the G3 design allows usage of an internal filter wheel. 6 × 6μm pixels perfectly correspond to the typical focal lengths of amateur telescopes (between 50 and 150cm). Smaller pixels limit dynamic range and sensitivity at no added value, because resolution is limited by seeing (air turbulences) and optics, rather than by pixel size. At the same time greater pixels could provide under-sampled images if optics is good and the mount perfectly tracks the stars and seeing is above average.

Read noise around 10e-RMS is well beyond the sky background noise in the case of long exposures, even if the very best narrow-band filters are used (no to mention standard RGB filters). Dark current below 0.1 e-/s/px at 0 °C allows very long exposures, providing the sensor is used in a camera allowing for proper cooling (like the G3-16200). Quantum efficiency reaching 60% surpasses the QE of very popular KAF-8300 CCD and is almost identical to the KAF-16803.

The G3 camera is an excellent camera chassis with very low noise electronics that allow the full performance of the sensor to be realised. The cooling performance of the standard version is 50°C below ambient ensuring very low dark current. An enhanced version of this camera is available, as is a version with internal filter wheel and a version using the Class 2 sensor

Specification

Sensor - Kodak KAF16200 Monochrome CCD, Class 1 Quality

Resolution - 4540 x 3640 pixels

Full Well Capacity: appr 41,000 e-

Pixel Size: 6 x 6 µm

Size of imaging area: 27.2 mm (H) x 21.8 mm (V)

Interface: USB 2.0 (USB 1.1 compatible)

Cooling: Two-stage Peltier up to 48°C below ambient maximum, 45°C below typical

Shipping and Packaging

G3 CCD cameras are supplied in a foam-filled, hard carrying case containing the camera body with a user chosen optional telescope adapter.

The standard 2" barrel adapter is included by default.

If ordered, the filter wheel is already mounted inside the camera head and filters are threaded into place (if ordered).

100-240 V AC input, 12 V DC output “brick” adapter with 1.8 m long power cable.

5 m long USB A-B cable for connecting camera to host PC.

CD-ROM or USB Flash Drive containing camera drivers, SIPS software package with electronic documentation and PDF version of User's Manual.

Printed copy of camera User's Manual

 

Browse this category: Deep Sky Cameras

Moravian Instruments G3-16200EC Mono Class 1 CCD Enhanced Cooling


can be shipped within 30 days

£4,431.00
Price includes VAT, plus delivery


The Moravian Instruments G3-16200 Monochrome CCD Camera uses a new semi-large format low noise, high quantum efficiency KAF-16200 Class 1 CCD Sensor.

While other astronomical cameras use CCD chips primarily designed for different application fields, KAF-16200 had “astronomy imaging” stated as the primary application during its development. Sensor dimensions 27.2 × 21.8 mm (35 mm diagonal) are designed for 2" focusers and correctors, often using M42 or M48 threads. Sensor aspect ratio 5:4 which is very close to square. This is an optimal fit for an aberration-free circle within the field of view, but also large enough to allow the best composition of the image. The sensor is small enough to be used with 2" filters (or unmounted D50mm filters), which are more common and affordable compared to square 50 × 50mm filters. Also more filters can fit into the same filter wheel and the G3 design allows usage of an internal filter wheel. 6 × 6μm pixels perfectly correspond to the typical focal lengths of amateur telescopes (between 50 and 150cm). Smaller pixels limit dynamic range and sensitivity at no added value, because resolution is limited by seeing (air turbulences) and optics, rather than by pixel size. At the same time greater pixels could provide under-sampled images if optics is good and the mount perfectly tracks the stars and seeing is above average.

Read noise around 10e-RMS is well beyond the sky background noise in the case of long exposures, even if the very best narrow-band filters are used (no to mention standard RGB filters). Dark current below 0.1 e-/s/px at 0 °C allows very long exposures, providing the sensor is used in a camera allowing for proper cooling (like the G3-16200). Quantum efficiency reaching 60% surpasses the QE of very popular KAF-8300 CCD and is almost identical to the KAF-16803.

The G3 camera is an excellent camera chassis with very low noise electronics that allow the full performance of the sensor to be realised. The cooling performance of the standard version is 48°C below ambient ensuring very low dark current. This enhanced version of the camera has superior cooling which increases maximum cooling to 53°C below ambient. This 5°C increase reduces dark current by half and leads to improved camera performance in all enviroments.

Specification

Sensor - Kodak KAF16200 Monochrome CCD, Class 1 Quality

Resolution - 4540 x 3640 pixels

Full Well Capacity: appr 41,000 e-

Pixel Size: 6 x 6 µm

Size of imaging area: 27.2 mm (H) x 21.8 mm (V)

Interface: USB 2.0 (USB 1.1 compatible)

Cooling: Two-stage Peltier up to 53°C below ambient maximum, 50°C typical regulated.

Shipping and Packaging

G3 CCD cameras are supplied in a foam-filled, hard carrying case containing the camera body with a user chosen optional telescope adapter.

The standard 2" barrel adapter is included by default.

If ordered, the filter wheel is already mounted inside the camera head and filters are threaded into place (if ordered).

100-240 V AC input, 12 V DC output “brick” adapter with 1.8 m long power cable.

5 m long USB A-B cable for connecting camera to host PC.

CD-ROM or USB Flash Drive containing camera drivers, SIPS software package with electronic documentation and PDF version of User's Manual.

Printed copy of camera User's Manual

 

Browse this category: Deep Sky Cameras

Moravian Instruments G3-11000 Mono Class 2 CCD


can be shipped within 30 days

£4,889.00
Price includes VAT, plus delivery


The Moravian Instruments G3-11000 Monochrome CCD Camera has a large format low noise, high quantum efficiency Kodak KAI-11002 Class 2 CCD Sensor.

The Class 2 sensor differs from a Class 1 in that up to 15 column defects are allowed on the sensor. However there must be a space of at least 4 zero defect columns between. In normal use the slight variations in column brightness etc is not readily noticable and can be compensated for during processing if present. Most CCD cameras supplied all use Class 2 sensors, Class 1 being normally reserved for Scientific Applications. Of course Class 2 has one significant benefit which is the considerable reduction in price compared to a Class 1 sensor!

Its large 36mm x 24mm sensor is equivalent in size to the traditional 35mm film format. The camera is therefore ideal for imagaing large areas of the sky and may be used with conventional camera lenses designed for this image format.

A version of the camera is available with an internal filter wheel for use with 5 x 2" filters

Specification

Sensor - Kodak KAI-11002 Monochrome CCD, Class 2

Resolution - 4032 x 2688 pixels

Full Well Capacity: appr 60,000 e-

Output Node Capacity: appr 140,000 e-

Pixel Size: 9 x 9 µm

Size of imaging area: 36.3 mm (H) x 24.2 mm (V)

Interface: USB 2.0 (USB 1.1 compatible)

Cooling: Two-stage Peltier up to 48°C below ambient maximum, 45°C below typical

 

Shipping and Packaging

G3 CCD cameras are supplied in a foam-filled, hard carrying case containing the camera body with a user chosen optional telescope adapter.

The standard 2" barrel adapter is included by default.

If ordered, the filter wheel is already mounted inside the camera head and filters are threaded into place (if ordered).

100-240 V AC input, 12 V DC output “brick” adapter with 1.8 m long power cable.

5 m long USB A-B cable for connecting camera to host PC.

CD-ROM or USB Flash Drive containing camera drivers, SIPS software package with electronic documentation and PDF version of User's Manual.

Printed copy of camera User's Manual

 

Browse this category: Deep Sky Cameras

Moravian Instruments G3-11000EC Mono Class 2 CCD Enhanced Cooling


can be shipped within 30 days

£5,117.00
Price includes VAT, plus delivery


The Moravian Instruments G3-11000 Monochrome CCD Camera has a large format low noise, high quantum efficiency Kodak KAI-11002 Class 2 CCD Sensor.

The Class 2 sensor differs from a Class 1 in that up to 15 column defects are allowed on the sensor. However there must be a space of at least 4 zero defect columns between. In normal use the slight variations in column brightness etc is not readily noticable and can be compensated for during processing if present. Most CCD cameras supplied all use Class 2 sensors, Class 1 being normally reserved for Scientific Applications. Of course Class 2 has one significant benefit which is the considerable reduction in price compared to a Class 1 sensor!

Its large 36mm x 24mm sensor is equivalent in size to the traditional 35mm film format. The camera is therefore ideal for imagaing large areas of the sky and may be used with conventional camera lenses designed for this image format.

A version of the camera is available with an internal filter wheel for use with 5 x 2" filters

The G3 camera is an excellent camera chassis with very low noise electronics that allow the full performance of the sensor to be realised. The cooling performance of the standard version is 48°C below ambient ensuring very low dark current. This enhanced version of the camera has superior cooling which increases maximum cooling to 53°C below ambient. This 5°C increase reduces dark current by half and leads to improved camera performance in all enviroments.

Specification

Sensor - Kodak KAI-11002 Monochrome CCD, Class 2

Resolution - 4032 x 2688 pixels

Full Well Capacity: appr 60,000 e-

Output Node Capacity: appr 140,000 e-

Pixel Size: 9 x 9 µm

Size of imaging area: 36.3 mm (H) x 24.2 mm (V)

Interface: USB 2.0 (USB 1.1 compatible)

Cooling: Two-stage Peltier up to 53°C below ambient maximum, 50°C below typical

 

Shipping and Packaging

G3 CCD cameras are supplied in a foam-filled, hard carrying case containing the camera body with a user chosen optional telescope adapter.

The standard 2" barrel adapter is included by default.

If ordered, the filter wheel is already mounted inside the camera head and filters are threaded into place (if ordered).

100-240 V AC input, 12 V DC output “brick” adapter with 1.8 m long power cable.

5 m long USB A-B cable for connecting camera to host PC.

CD-ROM or USB Flash Drive containing camera drivers, SIPS software package with electronic documentation and PDF version of User's Manual.

Printed copy of camera User's Manual

 

Browse this category: Deep Sky Cameras

Moravian Instruments G3-11000 Mono Class 1 CCD


can be shipped within 30 days

£5,278.00
Price includes VAT, plus delivery


The Moravian Instruments G3-11000 Monochrome CCD Camera has a large format low noise, high quantum efficiency Kodak KAI-11002 Class 1 CCD Sensor.

Its large 36mm x 24mm sensor is equivalent in size to the traditional 35mm film format. The camera is therefore ideal for imagaing large areas of the sky and may be used with conventional camera lenses designed for this image format.

A version of the camera is available with an internal filter wheel for use with 5 x 2" filters

Specification

Sensor - Kodak KAI-11002 Monochrome CCD, Class 1

Resolution - 4032 x 2688 pixels

Full Well Capacity: appr 60,000 e-

Output Node Capacity: appr 140,000 e-

Pixel Size: 9 x 9 µm

Size of imaging area: 36.3 mm (H) x 24.2 mm (V)

Interface: USB 2.0 (USB 1.1 compatible)

Cooling: Two-stage Peltier up to 48°C below ambient maximum, 45°C below typical

 

Shipping and Packaging

G3 CCD cameras are supplied in a foam-filled, hard carrying case containing the camera body with a user chosen optional telescope adapter.

The standard 2" barrel adapter is included by default.

If ordered, the filter wheel is already mounted inside the camera head and filters are threaded into place (if ordered).

100-240 V AC input, 12 V DC output “brick” adapter with 1.8 m long power cable.

5 m long USB A-B cable for connecting camera to host PC.

CD-ROM or USB Flash Drive containing camera drivers, SIPS software package with electronic documentation and PDF version of User's Manual.

Printed copy of camera User's Manual

 

Browse this category: Deep Sky Cameras

Moravian Instruments G3-11000EC Mono Class 1 CCD Enhanced Cooling


can be shipped within 30 days

£5,506.00
Price includes VAT, plus delivery


The Moravian Instruments G3-11000 Monochrome CCD Camera has a large format low noise, high quantum efficiency Kodak KAI-11002 Class 1 CCD Sensor.

Its large 36mm x 24mm sensor is equivalent in size to the traditional 35mm film format. The camera is therefore ideal for imagaing large areas of the sky and may be used with conventional camera lenses designed for this image format.

A version of the camera is available with an internal filter wheel for use with 5 x 2" filters

The G3 camera is an excellent camera chassis with very low noise electronics that allow the full performance of the sensor to be realised. The cooling performance of the standard version is 48°C below ambient ensuring very low dark current. This enhanced version of the camera has superior cooling which increases maximum cooling to 53°C below ambient. This 5°C increase reduces dark current by half and leads to improved camera performance in all enviroments.

Specification

Sensor - Kodak KAI-11002 Monochrome CCD, Class 1

Resolution - 4032 x 2688 pixels

Full Well Capacity: appr 60,000 e-

Output Node Capacity: appr 140,000 e-

Pixel Size: 9 x 9 µm

Size of imaging area: 36.3 mm (H) x 24.2 mm (V)

Interface: USB 2.0 (USB 1.1 compatible)

Cooling: Two-stage Peltier up to 53°C below ambient maximum, 50°C below typical

 

Shipping and Packaging

G3 CCD cameras are supplied in a foam-filled, hard carrying case containing the camera body with a user chosen optional telescope adapter.

The standard 2" barrel adapter is included by default.

If ordered, the filter wheel is already mounted inside the camera head and filters are threaded into place (if ordered).

100-240 V AC input, 12 V DC output “brick” adapter with 1.8 m long power cable.

5 m long USB A-B cable for connecting camera to host PC.

CD-ROM or USB Flash Drive containing camera drivers, SIPS software package with electronic documentation and PDF version of User's Manual.

Printed copy of camera User's Manual

 

Browse this category: Deep Sky Cameras

Moravian Instruments G4-16000 Mono CCD (KAF16803)


can be shipped within 30 days

£6,482.00
Price includes VAT, plus delivery


The Moravian Instruments G4-16000 Monochrome CCD Camera has a large format 36x36mm 16MP sensor featuring a low noise, high quantum efficiency Kodak KAF-16803 CCD Sensor.

The G4-16000 is not available with an internal filter wheel due to the size of the sensor. It is therefore recommend to use a 5-position external filter that would hold 50x50mm square filtersas these will result in vignetting-free images. 50x50mm square filters from Astronomik are available separately.

Specifications

Sensor: Kodak KAF-16803 Monochrome

CCD Resolution: 4096 x 4096 pixels

Full well capacity: appr 100,000 e-

Pixel Size: 9 x 9 µm

Size of imaging area: 36.9 mm (H) x 36.9 mm (V)

Interface: USB 2.0 (USB 1.1 compatible)

Cooling: Two-stage Peltier up to -45°C Maximum, 42°C Typical.

Shipping and Packaging

G4 CCD cameras are supplied in a foam-filled, hard carrying case containing the camera body with a user chosen optional telescope adapter.

An M68x1 adapter is included by default

Canon EOS and other camera adapters are available separately

100-240 V AC input, 12 V DC output “brick” adapter with 1.8 m long power cable.

5 m long USB A-B cable for connecting camera to host PC

CD-ROM or USB Flash Drive containing camera drivers, SIPS software package with electronic documentation and PDF version of User's Manual.

Printed copy of the cameras user manual

 

Browse this category: Deep Sky Cameras

Moravian Instruments G4-16000EC Mono Enhanced Cooling


can be shipped within 30 days

£6,710.00
Price includes VAT, plus delivery


The Moravian Instruments G4-16000 Monochrome CCD Camera has a large format 36x36mm 16MP sensor featuring a low noise, high quantum efficiency Kodak KAF-16803 CCD Sensor.

The G4-16000 is not available with an internal filter wheel due to the size of the sensor. It is therefore recommend to use a 5-position external filter that would hold 50x50mm square filtersas these will result in vignetting-free images. 50x50mm square filters from Astronomik are available separately.

The new EC Model has a redesigned chassis with higher capacity cooling compared to the standard model. This achieves a 5°C improvement in cooling below ambient which typically reduces dark current effects by half.

Specifications

Sensor: Kodak KAF-16803 Monochrome

CCD Resolution: 4096 x 4096 pixels

Full well capacity: appr 100,000 e-

Pixel Size: 9 x 9 µm

Size of imaging area: 36.9 mm (H) x 36.9 mm (V)

Interface: USB 2.0 (USB 1.1 compatible)

Cooling: Two-stage Peltier up to -50°C Maximum, -47°C Typical

Shipping and Packaging

G4 CCD cameras are supplied in a foam-filled, hard carrying case containing the camera body with a user chosen optional telescope adapter.

An M68x1 adapter is included by default

Canon EOS and other camera adapters are available separately

100-240 V AC input, 12 V DC output “brick” adapter with 1.8 m long power cable.

5 m long USB A-B cable for connecting camera to host PC

CD-ROM or USB Flash Drive containing camera drivers, SIPS software package with electronic documentation and PDF version of User's Manual.

Printed copy of the cameras user manual

 

Browse this category: Deep Sky Cameras
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