Baader 2" ClickLock eyepiece clamps

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Baader 2" ClickLock eyepiece clamps

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  • Baader 2" ClickLock clamps – available for many brands and sizes
  • A small rotation by 20° with gentle fingertip pressure to the knurled lever is enough to securely clamp every 2" accessory.
  • Ratchet function – features acoustic and haptic display of the clamp-position. This way you can hear and feel in darkness without looking if the clamp is opened or closed.
  • Compression tension-ring of thick-walled hard bronze, keeps its shape even after many years of use and holds expensive accessories securely - without causing scratches or pressure points on your accessories.
  • The following 2" Baader ClickLocks are available:
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    • #2956220 SC / HD (2")-Clicklock (5" SC, 6" SC/HD, 8" SC/HD and 9¼" SC)
    • #2956233 SCL (3,3")-ClickLock (9¼" HD, 11" SC/HD and 14" SC/HD)
    • #2956242 M42i x 0.75-ClickLock (Astro T-2 System)
    • #2956248 M48i x 0.75-ClickLock (2" Filter- / Fotogewinde)
    • #2956252 S52-recepter-ClickLock (Baader S52 dovetail-standard)
    • #2956253 NEW 06/18 M54i x 0,75-ClickLock (Bresser / Omegon / Explore Scientific)
    • #2956254 M54a x 1-ClickLock (Skywatcher / Orion)
    • #2956255 NEW 06/18 M56i x 0,75-ClickLock (Takahashi)
    • #2956256 M56i x 1-ClickLock (Skywatcher / Celestron)
    • #2956257 S57-ClickLock (Skywatcher / Celestron)
    • #2956258 S58-ClickLock (Baader Diamond Steeltrack)
    • #2956260 M60a x 0,75-ClickLock (Vixen)
    • #2956264 M64a x 0,75-ClickLock (Takahashi)
    • #2956269 COMING SOON M68i x 0,75-ClickLock (Hexafoc: Bresser / Explore Scientific, Omegon)
    • #2956268 M68a x 1-ClickLock (Zeiss-norm / Baader M68-System)
    • #2956227 2,7"a UNF/24G-ClickLock (Astro Physics)
    • #2956272 M72a x 1-ClickLock (Takahashi)
    • #2956284 M84a x 1-ClickLock (Pentax)
    • #2956241 4,1"i UNF/24G-ClickLock (Feathertouch / TEC)
    • #2956237 37mm ClickLock extension
    • #2956247 47mm ClickLock extension
    • #2956215 1¼" auf 2" ClickLock expansion
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I have a Celestron Edge HD 8" SCT. After a few months using the 40mm kit eyepiece, I'm looking to purchase a couple of Hyperion eyepieces. What ClickLock components would be required to mount this?
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Question by: Greg Russell on Apr 25, 2017 2:58:00 PM | 1 Answer(s)
I recently purchases a 2" Baader Clicklock visual back to use with my EdgeHD 8" SCT. My issue is that the system is too tight and binds up. When I put a 2" diagonal or eyepiece into the clicklock and go to lock it I can only get about 1/2 of the rotational movement before it gets tight to the point of binding up.

Is this an issue or is it designed like this? I also thought that the part would be smooth when rotated, but I can feel distinct clicks so to speak. I just want to make sure that this unit is good and not defective, and I have never use this type of system before
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Question by: Trevor on Mar 7, 2017 2:34:00 PM | 1 Answer(s)
What is the optical length for this product (Baader 2" ClickLock CL-SC-Clamp 2956220) ?
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Question by: Dana Gehm on Oct 6, 2016 8:38:00 PM | 1 Answer(s)
Which 2" Baader Clicklock will suit my Orion ED80 CF?
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Question by: Rocky on Dec 3, 2017 6:02:00 AM | 1 Answer(s)
Which Baader 2" ClickLock should i choose for my meade lxd55 emc 127 mm refractor ?
Thanks !
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Question by: CATRYCKE on Sep 16, 2017 5:33:55 PM | 1 Answer(s)
Have a Takahashi TSA 120 with a Starlight Instruments FTF3035B-A
Feather Touch Focuser. Think the tread into the focuser is M75X 1 Female Tread. Do you have a 2" ClicLock-clamp for that?
Regards Juha
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Question by: Juha Harju on Dec 11, 2016 2:22:00 PM
I have a Celestron Edge HD 8" SCT and I would like to purchase your #2956100 Baader 2" ClickLock Diagonal Mirror and your #2956220 SC-Clicklock.

I have a Nikon DSLR and that I use with and without a Focal reducer. What other Clicklock products would I need to purchase?
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Question by: James Burt on Jun 21, 2018 9:18:00 AM | 1 Answer(s)
Hi,
I have two questions about the 2" ClickLock 2" CL-Extension 47mm.

1) How long is the overall length of this adapter including the 2" nosepiece. I know the optical length is 47mm, so how long is the attached 2" nosepiece?

2) How deep can a 2" eyepiece be inserted into this adapter? I have a 2" eyepiece with a 38mm nosepiece. Will I be able to seat it all the way in?

Thanks,
Steve
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Question by: Steve on Feb 22, 2018 2:31:00 AM | 1 Answer(s)
Click-lock with M54x0.75 male thread ? It is the thread used by telescopes such as the William Optics ZenithStar 61 APO and TS-Optics 60mm f / 6 FPL53 Apo
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Question by: Antonio on Mar 2, 2018 9:35:00 AM | 1 Answer(s)
Hi,

I own a Celestron EdgeHD 9.25 SCT with CPC mount. It comes with 2" back and 2 inch diagonal. Can I replace the back with the #2956233 SCL (3,3")-ClickLock and then interface the Baader 2" ClickLock Diagonal Mirror# 2956100 ? I don't see this combination described in your documentation. If I missed it, apologies.

This would allow me to easily rotate the diagonal if needed and would appear to keep focal length very close to original. There is no problem with zenith rotation of OTA.

Any comments on doing this are appreciated.

Thanks!
Fran Doherty
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Question by: Francis Doherty on Aug 3, 2018 4:42:00 PM | 1 Answer(s)
I intend to place your ClickLock eyepiece holder on my personal construction telescope.
The M64 (Takahashi) or the M60 (vixen) model could suite . But I do not have their thread pitch.
What is the thread pitch of the M64 ClickLock (Takahashi ref # 2956264) and the M60 ClickLock (Vixen, ref # 2956260) ?

Thank you.
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Question by: Storme Marc on Nov 12, 2017 12:38:00 PM | 1 Answer(s)
I want to use the M54 2" adapter (2956254) on my Skywatcher Dob. I have a Coma Corrector with a very long nose piece (85 mm). Is there any internal stop on this adapter that would prevent it from seating all the way in? I want the nose piece of the CC to completely pass thru this adapter. Thanks
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Question by: Steven C. on Mar 2, 2018 1:58:00 PM | 1 Answer(s)
I have omegon triplet 102/F7 refractor. I'm not sure the end of focuser tube is S57 diameter or different. I want to change current clamp to baader clamp. thank you.
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Question by: Jozef Rexa on Oct 1, 2018 7:54:00 PM | 1 Answer(s)
Love my SCT Baader click lock! Do you have one that’ll work for my Explore Scientific AR152 stock focuser?
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Question by: Mia on Oct 26, 2017 11:05:00 PM | 1 Answer(s)
Do I use a M56 or M57 Clickloc for a skywatcher 72mm Evostar refractor. Thanks Chris
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Question by: Chris Johnson on Aug 22, 2018 2:56:00 PM | 1 Answer(s)
I would like to buy a Clicklock for my Skywatcher Startravel 120 - can you confirm you have a model that fits this focuser? Danke.
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Question by: Richard Darn on Sep 20, 2018 3:13:00 PM | 1 Answer(s)
When will the M68i x 0,75-ClickLock adapter be available?
Thanks in advance, Bart.
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Question by: Bart on Oct 20, 2018 12:43:00 PM | 1 Answer(s)
The drawing in the application images does not yet include the M54 version. How much is the increase in the optical path length for this M54 ClickLock clamp?
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Question by: Jack on Jan 29, 2017 5:39:00 PM | 1 Answer(s)
Will this item (SC) fit the thread of a Meade LX90 ACF 12" telescope please? I believe the thread is slightly different from the Celestron thread.
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Question by: Peter Relf on Oct 14, 2016 11:03:00 AM | 1 Answer(s)
Is the M68 thread on the 2956268 Clicklock adaptor 1.0 mm pitch or 0.75 mm pitch?
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Question by: Bryan Dawson on May 9, 2018 1:54:00 PM | 1 Answer(s)
I have an 8 Edge HD with the Celestron HD Focal reducer and would like to use the combination of Baader ClickLock and a diagonal WITH the Celestron Edge HD focal reducer. What would be your suggestions if I would like to use the Baader ClickLock system for visual and/or AP, keeping in mind the required 105 mm from Reducer to camera sensor by Celestron, and do I need the Celestron T-adapter also?
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Question by: Ernest Joyner on Jun 6, 2017 9:45:35 AM | 1 Answer(s)
I just purchased your Baader Clicklock SCL #2956233 for my Celestron C11. It screws on smoothly and tightens up very well to the C11 rear cell. Too well. It is very hard to remove once you snug it up. Is there a washer recommended to go between the Clicklock and the rear cell to make it easier to remove? Sometimes I need to reinstall the original visual back so I have SCT threads for my flip mirror.
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Question by: Andrew on Feb 6, 2018 2:43:00 AM | 1 Answer(s)
I'm looking for a 2" clicklock solution to my Explore Scientific 80 mm ED APO. Unfortunately I cant find the appropriate dimension in your selection. The scope side connection has an external M54 threading (0,75). Can you suggest a solution for me, if necessary in combination with an adapter? I earlier purchased a clicklock for my C14 and I am very happy with the quality of this product.
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Question by: Anders Stange on Aug 17, 2017 2:43:00 PM | 1 Answer(s)
For telescope
https://explorescientificusa.com/collections/ed-apo-fcd100-triplet-series/products/127mm-fcd100-apochromatic-refractor
which has 2.5" HEX Focuser, which 2" Clicklock Eyepiece Clamp would be appropriate?
Also which diagonal would you recommend for use to terminate with a clicklock eyepiece also. Would you suggest attaching the diagonal directly without a compression or clicklock fitting?
thanks
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Question by: Alan M Galitz, M. D. on Feb 24, 2018 9:22:00 PM | 1 Answer(s)
I would like to know the lenght of the optical path of the baader click lock for SC (6,8,91/4) - excluding the female thread SC (total lenght - female thread lenght SC)
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Question by: Armando on Feb 28, 2017 3:46:00 PM | 1 Answer(s)
I have a Celestron 8se and an Altair Starwave 70ED Triplet Travel Refractor, I also have a Nikon DSLR as well as 1.25 & 2inch eyepieces...

I would like to try and figure out which clicklock item I can use with whatever combination I wish to try, but I am finding all this a bit confusing as I don't understand all the various threads etc..

Can you help me please? (I may need some diagrams to help understand)

Many thanks,
Kevin
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Question by: Kevin Hodgson on Jul 8, 2017 9:26:00 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
C14, SCL Klemme und ClickLock Zenitspiegel mit Scopos 30mm Extrem Okular
Heaviest tested load: complete C14 with SCL 2" ClickLock clamp and a 2" ClickLock mirror diagonal with Scopos 30mm Extreme eyepiece. Attention: not recommended for imitation!
Anwendung der 2 Zoll ClickLock Okularklemme

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.

Detailed information about the 2" ClickLock system

Beispielumbau Standard auf ClickLock
Example of switching a standard 2" clamp to 2" ClickLock

We have tested the effectivity and stability of the ClickLock mechanism for many years with the 1¼" ClickLock clamp.
The 2" ClickLock system is designed to be much more mechanically solid.

  • Even a 20° turn with light pressure of the rotary lever is enough to hold all 2" accessories absolutely securely and firmly.
  • Ratchet function – indicates the position of the clamp acoustically and haptically. So you can know if the clamp is open or closed in the dark and without looking.
  • Massive tension ring – keeps even the most expensive accessories absolutely safe, without causing scratches and bruises
  • The position of the rotary lever is adjustable for left-hand / right-hand use either by six camera slotted screws or by six Allen screws with a hexagonal wrench (depending on the model)
  • The heaviest tested load to date is a complete C14 with an SCL-clamp and a 2" Click Lock star diagonal with a Scopos 30mm extreme eyepiece. The C14 has been lifted on the eyepiece. We emphasize that this test setup is not is recommended for imitation.
  • The extensive range of ClickLock clamps makes it possible to retrofit the Baader 2" ClickLock clamp on many telescopes

With the 2" Clicklock clamp, you can also convert e.g. your 2" Maxbright mirror (or the 2" universal prism) to the Clicklock system, simply unscrew the old 2" clamp and screw on the new 2" Clicklock clamp.

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Palmieri 282/10/2018 10/10/201819:05
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Baader 2" ClickLock
Ich habe ein Baader 2" CLICK LOCK ZENITSPIEGEL plus 1X 2" + 1X 1 1/4 " CLICK LOCK am Teleskop HD 8" montiert , da ich nicht genug Halt hatte mit der Original Halterung. Da ich gerne Fotografie bis Visuell arbeite muss ich in Sekunden umstellen können. daher kam auch nur dieses System in Frage. ich würde es begrüssen wenn sie noch Farblich sein könnten so weiß jeder mit welchem Adapter er arbeiten muss im dunkeln und sie werden schnell gefunden.
Gebe für alles 5 Sterne 10 Sterne wenn sie Farbig kommen würden.
  • schnell und Einfach
  • Nur eine Farbe: Schwarz
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Vielen Dank für Ihr Feedback. Verschiedene Farben sind natürlich grundsätzlich keine schlechte Idee, aber bei der Vielzahl an vorhandener ClickLock-Systeme ist es schwierig hier Farben festzulegen welche sich ja dann auch nicht mehr ändern sollen. Und gerade wenn neue Klemmen dazu kommen ist es oft schwierig hier eine neue, passende Farbe auszuwählen. Das funktioniert bei Okularen mit 6 Stück in einer Serie gut (wie bei den Hyperions), aber unserer Meinung nach nicht bei einem so großen System wie den ClickLock Klemmen.
Wir empfehlen Ihnen einfach farbige Aufkleber o.ä. zu kaufen und auf die Klemmen zu kleben.
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Jose 221/08/2018 10/08/201809:49
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Safely attachment for my expensive cmos camera
It gives me much more security when attaching my cmos camera, which is something I don´t want to drop to the floor
  • Much sturdy that the screw holders
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Kai Wicker 322/11/2017 19/11/201700:56
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Click Lock für Komakorrektor
Solide Klemmung die erwartungsgemäß arbeitet. Ich habe sie als Bauteil für eine Okularklemmung an einem Komakorrektor angeschafft. Dieser wird mittels eines schraubbaren Adapters in den Click Lock geschraubt. Die Wahl auf M56x1 Anschluss fiel, weil sich das passende Gegengewinde für mich recht einfach herstellen lies.
Der/das Click Lock ist ein wahrer Fortschritt im Vergleich zu der originalen spielbehafteten Okularklemmung des Komakorrektors.
  • Klemmt mit minimalem Kraftaufwand auch schwere Okulare. Ideal an meinem Dobson.
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Alex 290/10/2017 18/10/201708:01
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Sometimes worried about the safety of your expensive (or not expensive) eyepieces on your telescope?
just choose the easiest way to secure them by using a clicklock clamp!
I used a M54 clicklock on the former SW NT focuser and it was a real progress.
With the S58 clicklock on my new BDS-NT Steeltrack, it is the perfect duo for heavy eyepieces: easy to clamp, perfect fit, never move, excellent prehension, and annular clamping for straightness and to avoid scratch on the eyepiece.

just forget screws and try this!
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Patrick Müller 46/02/2017 16/02/201710:43
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ClickLock M54 an Skywatcher
(...) Lange gab es keine Möglichkeit die ClickLock Halterung auch direkt mit einem Skywatcher Crayford M54x1 zu verschrauben. Wer diese Klemme nutzen wollte, musste den Weg über die original Klemme oder über diverse Adapter gehen. Dies macht aber in meinen Augen nur wenig Sinn, wenn es darum geht, nicht nur bombenfest, sondern auch sauber auf der optischen Achse zu klemmen.

Die neue Version des ClickLock Systems lässt sich also nun direkt Skywatchers Auszug verschrauben. Da dieser OAZ zur Verwendung von weiterem Zubehör, wie beispielsweise Fotoadaptern, zu kurz für die Nutzung von Okularen ist, muss zudem eine ClickLock Verlängerung (in diesem Fall 37 mm) angeschafft werden. Was einem als Erstes auffällt, wenn man die beiden Teile zusammenfügt, ist, wie perfekt sie ineinander passen. Ohne ruckeln, hakeln oder Spiel.
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Den ganzen Testbericht finden Sie als bebildertes PDF unter dem Tab "Downloads"
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NickB 353/12/2016 19/12/201602:26
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Fantastic product!
I recently received a ClickLock, and can't say enough great things about it - it works great! The threads are as tight as the original thumbscrew clamp, and it holds my SBIG STT-8300M CCD camera and filter wheel very securely (see photos). I am very happy with how securely it locks accessories and it holds my CCD camera orthogonal to the focuser tube without damaging the nosepiece.
I originally contacted Baader to obtain the ClickLock M54 for the threaded focuser tube on my Orion 10 Inch Newtonian Astrograph. I sent Baader pictures of measurements of my focuser, since the M54 was originally made for the SkyWatcher Crayford focuser. Baader was very responsive and verified that the M54 would work on the Orion focuser as well.
Thank you Baader for making such a great product! This should be standard equipment on all high-end amateur telescopes.
  • easy to lock, securely holds accessories
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TimTools99 11/01/2016 12/01/201608:34
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Clicklock is Awesome
I found this product while looking for a replacement for the visual back on my SCT. I wanted something that would hold my eyepieces or camera securely and be easy to operate on a cold winter night. This product was the answer. I highly recommend the Clicklock system for anyone looking to upgrade their equipment
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