Explore Scientific FPL-53 Series 115mm f/5.5 Triplet Refractor

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  • Aperture: 115mm (4.5")
  • Focal Ratio: f/5.5
  • Focal Length: 632mm
  • High performance astrograph using excellent FPL-53 optics

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Explore Scientific FPL-53 Series 115mm f/5.5 Triplet Refractor

The ED115 FPL-53 from Explore Scientific is a superb astrograph level apochromatic refractor, designed for astrophotography from the ground up. It operates at a fast f/5.5 focal ratio while at a 115mm aperture, and utilizes Ohara FPL-53 optical glass to ensure the utmost in optical quality and clarity. The apochromatic design ensures the total absence of all chromatic aberration, further clarifying the image for your enjoyment. Look up into space and capture clear, high resolution images of the farthest reaches with the ED115 FPL-53! 

This superb telescope has been packaged with: 3 Inch Hexagonal Rack and Pinion Focuser with 10:1 Dual Speed Movement and smooth control; Cradle Ring with Handle and Vixen-Style Dovetail Plate; Deluxe Carrying Case; 99% Reflective 2-inch Diagonal; Explore Finder Scope Base installed on scope.

SPECIFICATIONS

Aperture115 mm (4.53")
Camera/Eyepiece Connection2"
Dawes Limit1.01 arcseconds
Focal Length632 mm
Focal Ratiof/5.5
Free ShippingYes
Glass Type53
Hightest Magnification230x
Light Gathering Power270x
Limiting Magnitude14.1
ManufacturerExplore Scientific
Optical DesignTriplet
Tube Diameter115mm
Tube Length660mm
Tube Weight15 lbs
WarrantyLifetime Warranty

INCLUDED ITEMS

  • ED115mm FPL-53 OTA
  • 3 Inch Hexagonal Rack and Pinion Focuser with 10:1 Dual Speed Movement and smooth control
  • Cradle Ring with Handle and Vixen-Style Dovetail Plate
  • Deluxe Carrying Case
  • 99% Reflective 2-inch Diagonal
  • Explore Finder Scope Base (No Finder Scope Included

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