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Home > Classifieds > Astromart Classifieds > Binoviewers > Classified #249221

For Sale: Denkmeier Power X Switch For Binoviewers

Ad No.: 249221
Seller: Denkmeier Optical, Inc.
Posted: 2/14/2004 10:16 AM
Location: 135 Marcus Blvd
Hauppauge, NY - United States
Phone: 410-208-6014
Ad Hits: 832
A New Concept From Denkmeier Optical

The Power X Switch OCS™ For Newtonians
The Power X Switch OCS™ For Refractors
The SCT Power X Switch™ for instant 3-way magnification switching!

Newtonian And Refractor Power X Switch OCS
Change from low to high magnification instantly in your Newtonian or Refractor while using any Denkmeier Binoviewer. The Power X Switch OCS for both Newtonians and Refractors will be available with either a single Power Shift Arm for high and low magnifications or two Power Shift Arms for three magnifications with a single pair of eyepieces.

The SCT Power Switch
This new innovation will allow the SCT user to obtain binocular views with focal reduction, normal magnification and high magnification instantly with a single pair of eyepieces. No need to remove your Denkmeier Binoviewer from the diagonal. Just move the Power Shift Arms to the “IN” or “OUT” position!

Please check our website for details. We are currently manufacturing the Power X Switch OCS systems and photos as well as pricing and technical information will be available on our website within 2-3 weeks.

All Power X Switch OCS systems are Patent Pending.

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