Baader ClickLock Eyepiece Clamp 1¼" with built in diopter-adjustment (T-2 part #08)

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Baader ClickLock Eyepiece Clamp 1¼" with built in diopter-adjustment (T-2 part #08)

T-2 Part #: 08

# 2458100

€ 73.11 Price excl. German VAT tax (16%): € 63.03

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  • Precise focusing eyepiece holder 1¼"/T-2 (5mm focus travel)
  • Requires only a slight turn of about 20" to securely lock any 1¼" eyepiece or accessory
  • Eyepieces / CCD cameras sitting against rotation and are still not scratched!
  • Telescope side with T-2 (M42 x 0.75) female thread.

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Dear Baader, can I use this clicklock to fine focus with a telescope schmidt/cassegrain?
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Question by: sirio on Aug 2, 2018 11:30:00 PM | 1 Answer(s)
Which clickstop adapters are suitable to upgrade mark v bino eyepiece holders?
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Question by: andy on Jan 28, 2017 2:27:21 PM | 1 Answer(s)
I would like to have a better visual back for my Celestron 8" EdgeHD, something that grips the eyepieces much better. First - does this Baader 2458100 fit directly (no adapters?) on to this OTA when the Celestron visual back is removed? Second - can you recommend any other locking backs for 1.25" eyepieces thst would fit this tube?
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Question by: Michael Flinn on Jan 26, 2017 8:26:08 PM | 1 Answer(s)
Hello

I just bought a Hyperion 2.25x Barlow (A and B bodies included) and a T2-1.25'' adapter with microfocusing.
I would like to use the Barlow at a lower amplification than nominal 2.25x without screwing/unscrewing the lens cell into the eyepiece barrels.
What is please the amplification if I will use the Barlow only with the B body + T2-1.25'' adapter ,please ?
In other words,I intend to use the Barlow without A body.

Thank you,regards ,Mircea
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Question by: Mircea Pteancu on Dec 24, 2019 10:54:00 PM | 1 Answer(s)
My 2.25x zoom Barlow will not fit into this eyepiece holder. What am I doing wrong?
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Question by: Dave Goodman on May 10, 2019 7:23:00 PM | 1 Answer(s)
What is optical lightpath length in mm? thank you
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Question by: jason haller on Mar 25, 2020 11:15:00 PM | 1 Answer(s)
will this screw on to your hyperion 2.5 x zoom barlow?
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Question by: Scott Reid on Sep 4, 2018 8:14:00 PM | 1 Answer(s)
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The Baader ClickLock®-System (1¼" / 2") in an overview

Never before has an eyepiece clamp for amateur astronomy been so elaborately crafted.

Das Baader ClickLock System - 1.25 und 2 Zoll
Change eyepieces in seconds – with just one turn

The Baader ClickLock (1¼" / 2") is a precisely fitting, very massive eyepiece clamp without clamping screws (!). Inserted eyepieces, CCD cameras and similar accessories are securely held in place, locked against rotation and won't be scratched in any way! With a small turn of 20°, each eyepiece is firmly clamped. You will never have to handle small locking screws again – instead, just rotate the top of the eyepiece clamp for a few degrees, and the eyepiece will be firmly fixed. This is also no problem with gloves on!

Our various ClickLock clamps are made of seven precision-machined components which provide a highly effective retention mechanism that securely holds any 1¼" or 2" eyepiece. The clamp is very expensive to assemble, the price therefore initially may appear high for "nothing more than" a clamping device. But if you think about the comfort, precision and stability, it's well worth the money.

You do not have to tighten the ClickLock clamps with brutal force, because the mechanical principle comes from professional mechanical engineering. This is how the tool holder in modern CNC milling centers works. Clever use of leverage multiplies the torque. The inserted object is held on three sides similar to a quick-action chuck and can therefore no longer carry out any tilting movements.

Details on the 1¼" ClickLock clamp (T-2 part #8)

Unscrewing the micro focus ring will reveal a T-2 male thread underneath, which can be used to mount T-2 spacers, T-rings, digital T-adapters, and digital cameras. In this way, every 1¼ "eyepiece can be changed instantly - and even be focussed! No annoying screw is in the way, and the rotation of the clamping is so short that a very slight hand movement is sufficient -an eyepiece clamp has never been easier. Heavy CCD cameras can be connected securely with just a moderate amount of tightening force!

Our T-2® system offers many more bayonet quick changer and rotators to safely secure any imaginable recording device. There are three different digital T-adapters and about 20 digital T-rings for almost all digital camera brands available!

1¼" ClickLock Highlights

  • no clamping screws
  • extremely strong/secure clamping with just a slight turn (about 20 ° rotation
  • no damage to the eyepiece barrels
  • clamping principle from professional engineering - like a quick-action chuck, from the tool holder of CNC milling machines
  • seven precision milled parts with complex assembly result in the most user-friendly eyepiece clamp of all time, designed in Germany!
  • low price despite the highest production costs
  • accepts all 1¼ "eyepiece types with any locking groove
  • eyepiece-side T-2 thread - transforms your eyepiece clamp into an eyepiece projection holder!
  • Connections for most digital cameras optional
  • Focusing thread (for use on a T-2 Zenit prism) with 5mm stroke and 0.5mm fine thread, lets you focus a SC optics directly on the eyepiece - without mirror shift.
  • Resolves all adjustment problems - every 1¼ "eyepiece or measuring device (eg laser colli) is adjusted automatically parallel to the axis - even with diameter deviations.

Application examples on 1¼" ClickLock clamp

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Manufacturer Baader Planetarium
SKU (#) 2458100
EAN Code 4047825010247
Weight (kg) 0.09
Optical length (mm) 32 - 38
Clamping System ClickLock
T-2 Part # 08
Usage schnelle Klemmung von jedem 1¼" Zubehör
Inner Diameter / Clear Aperture (mm) 31,75 (1¼")
Outer Diameter 49
Inner Connection (lens sided) Thread, T-2 (M42 x 0,75)
Inner Connection (eyepiece/-camera-sided) Clamp, 1¼"
Outer Connection (eyepiece/-camera-sided) Thread, T-2 (M42 x 0,75)
Compatible Brands Baader Planetarium
Type of Adapter ClickLock, Eyepiece Clamp
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Frank 180/06/2020 29/06/202015:02
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Okularwechsel: einfach und sicher mit dem Baader Clicklock
Eine gewisse "Verrücktheit" haben wohl alle Personen, die sich mit dem Hobby Astronomie beschäftigen ;-)
Eine dieser "Blüten" trieb bei mir, als ich sehr günstig an einen gebrauchten Refraktor von Celestron kam (Powerseeker 80AZS), der mit 80 mm Öffnung und 400mm Brennweite und mehr Plastik als Metall als Neugerät wohl sicher nicht auf meiner Wunschliste gelandet wäre. Nachdem ich das gute Stück von Schmutz und Staub befreit hatte, stellte ich fest, dass vor allem das beiliegende Plastik-Zenitprisma ein großes Problem für den geplanten Einsatz der Optik zur grab&go Beobachtung sein würden. Das Ding wackelte in alle Richtungen, die Qualität der enthaltenen Optik habe ich mit gar nicht weiter angeschaut.

Die Lösung war dann die Anschaffung eines neuen Zenitspiegels sowie eines Baader Clicklock T2 auf 1 1/4" Adapters, da mich das Baader Clicklock System bereits an meinem 8" Dobson mit der Variante 2" auf 1 1/4" total begeistert. Garantiert völlig stressfreie Okularwechsel.

Warum habe ich die Variante T2 zu 1 1/4" genommen? Die Stabilität des OAZ ist bei dem Teleskop eh schon nicht die Beste, da wollte ich zumindest zwischen Zenitspiegel und Okularadapter eine stabile Verbindung und die habe ich nun dank T2 Verschraubung. Jetzt kann ich mit dem "Kleinen" ganz entspannte Spaziergänge durch die Weiten des Sternenhimmels machen und dank Clicklock ganz entspannt mal schnell das Okular wechseln, wenn mir was spannendes über den Weg kommt.

Hätte gerne auch einen der tollen Baader Zenitspiegel verwendet, aber das hätte das ganze Projekt leider ökonomisch noch unsinniger gemacht, als es so schon ist...die Anschaffung des jetzt genutzten Zenitspiegels und des Clicklock Adapters zusammen verdoppeln schon jetzt den "Wert" der Optik zum Neupreis ;-) Habe auch zwei Bilder angefügt, damit man das Konstrukt auf sich wirken lassen kann.
  • Gewohnt hohe Qualität, einfache Bedienbarkeit, erhöht deutlich den Komfort bei der Beobachtung
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Sternenfreund 361/12/2017 28/12/201714:28
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Empfehlenswerte Klemme
Ich verwende die Klemme zusammen mit meiner Nachführkamera. Die Klemme hält diese sicher und absolut axenparallel. Empfehlenswert für alle, die eine große Ausrichtungsgenauigkeit zur Achse benötigen.
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