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Home > Classifieds > Astromart Classifieds > Telescope - Catadioptric > Classified #156971

For Sale: APM MN 160/5.5 with Quarzoptics

Ad No.: 156971
Seller: APM-Telescopes
Posted: 11/19/2002 10:18 AM
Location: Goebenstrasse 35
Saarbruecken, - Germany
Phone: +49-174-3234333
Ad Hits: 790
The main futures of this new MN line are fast cooling down quarzmirror optics for primary and secondary mirror with an quality for the system of 1/10 wavefront p.t.v. fitted into open cells for quick aircooling.

The rear of this primary mirror is polished . At the side of the tube near primary mirrors surface we includet an electronical cooling fan. The telescope is designed as an photo-visual instrument with 22.5 % central obstruction, an total tubeweight of about 16 pound include focuser and rings, ready to go. The tubes are cremewhite painted , coming with an quick exchange finderbracket fitting finderscopes with an OD of maximum 60 mm.

The tuberings are 360° rotatable with 3 rotating handles and transportation handle. The tube coming with covers and an black paddet transport case. The Focuser is a JMI . The telescopes is shipped with an Zygo report documentation

The mirrors are strong long time live 96% reflection coated.
The clear aperature ois 160 mm , f-ratio is f/5.5, focallenght is 880 mm or 34.65 inches. The NIKON D1X show no vigneting

Price US $ 2.390 .-
2 last pieces left for next 6 month
Markus Ludes


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