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Home > Classifieds > Astromart Classifieds > Binoculars > Classified #197840

For Sale: JMI - we carry it all - take a look at this new product

Ad No.: 197840
Seller: Anacortes Telescope
Posted: 6/13/2003 4:57 PM
Location: 9973 Padilla Heights Road
Anacortes, WA - United States
Phone: 800-850-2001
Email: herbyork@icloud.com
Ad Hits: 613
RB-66 Specifications: Type: Dual Newtonian reflectors
Mount: Alt-Az mount (with marble Formica for smooth azimuth operation) attached to a Celstron tripod (Tripod: 26" retracted, 42" extended)
Mirrors: 6" f/5 primary mirrors (reviewed in October 2001 Astronomy Magazine), 1.6" diagonal secondary mirrors
Diagonals: Erect Image or Regular (specify)
Clearance Between Optical Tubes: 10"
Eyepiece Spacing: Variable from 2" to 3.25"
Alignment: Motorized x and y axis for optical tube alignment
Power: 6vDC operation with battery (includes AC charger)
Binocular Weight: Approximately 49.4 lb. (78.4 lb. with Optional Case)
Tripod Weight: Approximately 9.6 lb.
Binocular Height: 30.25" (from top of tripod to top of binocular with binocular locked into vertical position)
Binocular Width: 24.5"
Binocular Depth: 11" (folded)

Every week ATWB ships numerous JMI products to astronomers all over the United States.

Visit our web site and put JMI in the search engine or call 800-850-2001 for more information.

Thank you
Anacortes Telescope
800-850-2001
 

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