SBIG Aluma 8300 Cooled Monochrome CCD Telescope Camera

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  • Excellent performance research grade CCD Camera
  • Sensor: KAF-8300-AXC
  • Type: Interline Transfer- Research Grade
  • Pixel Array: 3448 x 2574 
  • Pixel Size: 5.4 Microns
  • Sensor Diagonal: 17.96 mm x 13.52 mm
  • Wi-Fi functional

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SBIG Aluma 8300 Cooled Monochrome CCD Telescope Camera

The Aluma 8300 is a high sensitivity research grade Interline CCD camera using the popular KAF-8300-AXC imaging sensor for high-quality results. It can boast several features that are unique among research grade CCD cameras; it includes two-stage cooling, USB 2.0 and WiFi 802.11 b/g/n interfaces, ultra-reliable even-illumination shutter, and fast low-noise readout. The Aluma 8300 can be operated remotely through Wi-Fi using a tablet, smartphone, or any kind of personal computer. It is compatible with Windows, Mac, and Linux operating systems.

The mechanical shutter in use with the Aluma 8300 has a minimum exposure time of 0.001 seconds, and a staggering maximum exposure time of 49 days, meaning that in most practical sessions it can go for as long as you would ever feasibly need. The inbuilt cooling system is a powerful TE system using two-stage cooling in the form of a pair of variable speed fans and a high-efficiency heat sink. The maximum cooling delta of this temperature control system is -50 Celsius below surrounding temperature.

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INCLUDED ITEMS

  • Aluma 8300 Camera
  • MaxIm AL Software
  • iOS / Android software coming soon (via app store)
  • Deluxe carrying case 
  • Universal power supply (110V / 220V, 50-60 Hz)
  • 2" Nosepiece adapter
  • USB flash drive containing software, drivers, and documentation
  • 15 foot (4.5 m) USB cable
  • Tracking interface cable

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