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Home > Classifieds > Astromart Classifieds > Telescope - Refractor > Classified #267829

For Sale: TMB Designed 8"F/6 Cometfinder Refractor

Ad No.: 267829
Seller: APM-Telescopes
Posted: 4/30/2004 8:56 AM
Location: Goebenstrasse 35
Saarbruecken, - Germany
Phone: +49-174-3234333
Ad Hits: 1602
our project with larger achromatic refractors showing more and more success. Since some time we stocking already the optics, douplet airspaced fully multicoated achromats. Today we received the first final tube assembly. See below the specs of them.
The optics have been designed by TMB Optical/USA and beeing manufactored by a APM subcontractor

TMB Designed 8"F/6 Rich Field Refractor / Cometfinder

Technical Specs:
- aperture : 203 mm
- focallenght 1200 mm
- f-ratio F/6
- coating: all surfaces are fully super multicoated
- shortest transporting lenght is 30 inch only
- observing lenght with extendet dew cap 40.5 inch
- diameter of dew shield is 10.8 inch
- movable draw tube lenght is 4.7 inch
- backfocuse is about 10 inch maximum
- focuser: 2" Starlight focuser with 2.5" focuse travel
- Total optical tube weight of this 8"F/6 is with optics, focuser and rings : 36 lbs

Delivery including: multicoated achromatic optical tube, set of tuberings, 50 mm finderbracket, 2" Starlight focuser , packing

Prices Ex Germany:

Export Price Euro 4,740
Retail incl. 16% German VAT Euro 5.495

Delivery time if not in stock: ~ 2 month

your APM-Team

Markus Ludes


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