Telecentric System TZ-4 (4x focal length)

More Views

Images uploaded by Customers

No customer Image uploads yet. Add Your Review with Images
Telecentric System TZ-4 (4x focal length)

# 2459256

€ 345.00 Price excl. German VAT tax (19%): € 289.92
  • Telecentric with 2" outer diameter and T-2 threads on both sides
  • Aplanatic, with 4x focal length extension to achieve a parallel f/30 beam in conjunction with ~f/7,5 optics systems – free of field curvtare
  • Primarily calculated and produced for H-alpha at 656,3 nm, delivering 99% Strehl (99% definition brightness )

Product Questions

Sort by ASC
Can the Baader Telecentric lenses be used like ordinary Barlows, e.g. for visual observation or imaging (from UV to IR) of the planets?
-1
Question by: Jack on Feb 10, 2017 7:21:00 AM | 1 Answer(s)
ich will dieses telezentrisches 4 mal das System nur für visuelle Beobachtungen an der Trompete refractor 70 mm mit einer Brennweite von 420 mm und mit dem H-ALPHA Filter Omega-0.15 Nm.
http://www.ebay.com/itm/Optical-Interference-Filter-656-3-H-Alpha-0-15nm-Band-Pass-DP-mounted-28mm-/311645889322?hash=item488f8ae32a
jetzt ich benutze den normalen 3x telezentrisches Barlow, aber die Protuberanzen sichtbar nicht hell.
-6
Question by: Michail on Oct 12, 2016 10:09:00 AM | 1 Answer(s)
Description

Details

Baader Telecentric Systems for focal length extension

for supplying a parallel optical beam and for providing sufficient backfocus, in conjunction with any SolarSpectrum H-alpha filter

Telecentric optics sets are often confused with a barlow lens. Both can be used to increase the focal length. Telecentric assys are designed so that the exit pupil seemingly is positioned at infinity, which means that the center ray from any point in the field appears to come from infinity and is therefore perpendicular to the image plane and parallel to the optic axis. This means that the off axis beam does arrive at the image plane with the same angular geometry as the axial rays. All field elements look as if they where on axis, across the image plane and - unlike to a barlow lens - the edge field rays are not tipped bundles.

Because all the principal rays across the image plane are perpendicular to the image plane,the rays at the edge of the field will pass through an etalon just in front of the focal plane with exactly the same geometry as the rays on axis. So in an f/30 telecentric optical arrangement, the etalon sees the exact same geometry clear across the field, and the spectral bandpass does not shift in wavelength across the entire field of view.

Starting from an aperture ratio of ~f/15 (+2x Telecentric), ~f/10 (+3x Telecentric) or ~f/7.5 (+4x Telecentric), the Baader TZ-systems will create a parallel beam with ~f/30 aperture ratio. In the case of largely deviating telescope focal lengths, the clear objective aperture of the telescope should be reduced in diameter to the point that the final resulting f/ratio is close to f/30 again (we do offer a suitable iris-diaphragm for this purpose).

TZ-system distances to the camera sensor – when measured from their rear lens – range from 200mm for the TZ-2 to 230 mm for the TZ-4 - to 250 mm for the TZ-3. This provides enough room for the H-alpha filter housing and most any accessories, e.g. a Baader 2" mirror diagonal or any conceivable camera device. All TZ-coatings are matched to the different lens glass-substrates and optimized for maximum throughput at 656 nm.

Please also note the detailed PDFs under the Tab "Downloads" for further information

Specifications

Additional Information

Manufacturer Baader Planetarium
SKU (#) 2459256
Weight (kg) 0.37
Focal length extension 4-fach
Usage Verwendbar für H-alpha Beobachtung mit SolarSpectrum Filtern
Inner Connection (lens sided) Thread, T-2 (M42 x 0,75)
Outer Connection (lens sided) Barrel, 2"
Outer Connection (eyepiece/-camera-sided) Thread, T-2 (M42 x 0,75)
Downloads
Reviews

You may also be interested in

Tell us what you think about this item!

Write A Review
    Please, wait...