SBIG STXL-16200 CCD Camera

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SB-STXL-16200C2
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  • SBIG STXL-16200 CCD Camera

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    • Regular price $6,495.00
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      SB-STXL-16200C2

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    SBIG STXL-16200 CCD Camera

    The latest and greatest iteration of SBIG's Flagship STX series of CCD Cameras, the STXL-16200 is a truly splendid example of what a CCD camera should be. Taking everything that was great about the STX, SBIG has made several key alterations to take things to the next level. First, the self-guiding CCD is moved from the main camera body to the STXL filter wheel for guiding in front of filters; second, a rotating disk even-illumination shutter provides a shorter backfocus distance allowing the use of camera lenses; and third, the STXL works with the STT/STX Remote Guide Head. 

    The STXL-16200 is a standard grade full frame CCD camera of the highest quality, boasting a laundry list of highly useful features for your benefit. Truly, a splendid investment for any dedicated imager.

     

    Specifications and Features:
    • USB 2.0 and Ethernet
    • Web browser control ready
    • Two-Stage TEC - Cooling
    • Cooling Delta of Neg.60-degrees C with air only
    • Full frame image buffer
    • Continue guiding while downloading
    • Internal and External Self-Guiding
    • Separate focus adjustment for built-in guider
    • Photometric shutter for large arrays
    • Variable speed fan
    • User Rechargeable Desiccant Plug
    • Correlated Double Sampling
    • Peak QE of 56-percent
    • 12V DC operation at 6 Amps max
    • Even Illumination Mechanical Shutter

     

    Additional Information

    Back focus24.8mm
    Free ShippingYes
    Full Well Capacity41000 e
    ManufacturerSBIG
    Maximum Exposure Time3600 seconds
    Minimum Exposure Time0.12 seconds
    Peak QE56%
    Pixel Array4500 x 3600
    pixel size6 microns
    Sensor Diagonal27.0 x 21.6 mm
    Warranty2 Year Warranty

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