QHY 168 Cooled Color CMOS Telescope Camera

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QH-QHY168C
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  • Regular price $1,499.00
  • QHY 168 Cooled Color CMOS Telescope Camera

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    • Regular price $1,499.00
    • ITEM #
      QH-QHY168C

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    • Pixel Array: 4952 x 3288
    • Pixel Size: 4.8 Micrometers
    • Sensor: IMX071
    • DDRII Image Buffer

     

    QHY 168 Cooled Color CMOS Telescope Camera

    This top quality color CMOS camera operates at a 14 bit rate in a 16 megapixel format using the IMX071 sensor.  The IMX071 is an APS-C format sensor with a pixel array of 4952 x 3288 with 4.8 micrometer size pixels. It averages a 2.3e- readout noise, which is remarkably low; this results in a clear image that distorts very slowly, allowing long exposures to produce top tier astro-images. It also utilizes a TEC 'Thermo-Electric-Cooling' unit to regulate temperature, permitting extended imaging sessions. Adding to the quality is a DDRII image buffer which regulates the transfer of data between the camera and your computer.

    Specifications

    ADC12 bit
    Back focus18mm
    Bayer MatrixColor
    Camera ConnectionFemale M42x.075 and 2 Inch
    CooledCooled
    Delta T35°C Below Ambient
    Dynamic Range12 Stops
    Free ShippingYes
    Full Rez Frame Rate10fps
    Full Well46ke
    ManufacturerQHY
    Max Frame Rate130fps
    Mega Pixels16.3 mp
    Pixel Array4952 x 3288
    Pixel Size4.8 microns
    Power Consumption12V and TBD
    Read Noise3.2e
    Sensor Diagonal28.5mm
    Sensor TypeCMOS
    SensorSony IMX071
    Warranty1 Year Warranty
    Weight1.54 lbs
      Included:
    • QHY 168C Cooled Color APS CMOS Camera
    • USB3.0 Cable (1.5 m)
    • Self-locking Power Cable
    • Angle Adjustment Adapter Ring
    • Spacer, to convert M54 to 2-inches
    • 12V Power Adapter
    • Dust Cap
    • Drying Tube
    • Desiccant
    • Driver Download Card
    • Inspection Report

     

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