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Home > Classifieds > Astromart Classifieds > Telescope - Refractor > Classified #201254

For Sale: TMB 115F/7 Lightweight Apo

Ad No.: 201254
Seller: APM-Telescopes
Posted: 7/1/2003 10:32 AM
Location: Goebenstrasse 35
Saarbruecken, - Germany
Phone: +49-174-3234333
Ad Hits: 969
In responds to our customers requirements we created now a new run of lightweight tubes with follow optimized design : new made retractable dewcap, for quickfocuse we designed now a sliding drawtube moving into the tube with an stopping handscrew and attached 2" Feather Touch focuser . This new combination allow to use any binoviewer with any diagonal mirror without optical path correctors and still get focuse . Also includet the mountrail for Vixen Mounts.
Technical Spezifications for TMB Modell 115/805 in LW-Tube Value
total weight include tuberings 6.45 kg, = 14.2 lbs
tubediameter 136 mm
dew cap diameter 156 mm
lenght of removable extension 73 mm
lenght of tube for with extendet dewcap and extenion attached 780 mm
lenght of tube with extendet dewcap and removed extension 707 mm
lenght of tube with retracted dewcap and removed extension: 627 mm which is transporting lenght. In case you remove also the focuser, the shortest possible lenght will be 587 mm
backfocuse when focuser is racked in and extension is attached 158 mm
backfocuse when focuse ris racked in and extension is removed 231 mm, enough for binoviewing with 2" Stardiagonal

US $ 3,990

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