Used SBIG STL11000 With Astrodon LRGB and Ha - UT-11551 - SOLD

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  • This is a used CCD camera in very good condition*
  • 11 mega pixel, full-frame sensor
  • Astrodon LRGB and Ha filters


Used SBIG STL11000 With Astrodon LRGB and Ha - UT-11551 - SOLD

The Research Series cameras include several exciting new features: internal self-guiding (US Patent 5,525,793), optional remote self-guiding, internal filter wheel, two-stage cooling, high speed USB interface and more. These cameras have two CCDs inside, one for guiding and a large one for imaging. An optional remote guiding head may be added for guiding through an external optical system or through an off-axis guider placed before the camera. The low noise of the read out electronics virtually guarantees that a usable guide star will be within the field of the guiding CCD for telescopes with F/numbers F/6.3 or faster. The two-stage new cooling design is capable of exceptional performance even in warm climates. The relay output plugs directly into most recent commercial telescope drives and is easily modifiable to virtually any drive system. As a result, you can take hour long guided exposures with ease, using either the built-in guiding CCD or the remote guiding head. The internal guiding CCD eliminates differential deflection of guide scope relative to the main telescope and requires no radial guider setup hassles. The remote guiding head allows for a convenient alternative when imaging through narrow band filters where suitable guide stars may be difficult to find. This dual tracking mode capability, coupled with the phenomenal sensitivity of the CCD, will allow the user to acquire observatory class images of deep sky images with modest apertures! The technology also makes image stabilization possible through our AO-7. The new Research Series of cameras incorporate the following design features and improvements over predecessors: ¾ Uses high speed USB for faster downloads with rates up to 425,000 pixels / second. ¾ Adds a new I2C bi-directional AUX port for future use. ¾ LEDs on the digital board show relay activations (helpful for troubleshooting). ¾ New two-stage cooling with water circulation capability built-in. ¾ No firmware ROM to update, software uploads to camera at boot-up. ¾ New capabilities can be added to the camera by replacing the loader driver. ¾ New Boot sequence, LED flashes and fan comes on when firmware upload is complete. ¾ LED flashes when initializing shutter. ¾ Mechanical/electronic design work to reduce shutter errors and stray light. ¾ Larger TC237 autoguider CCD (656 x 495 at 7.4u). ¾ Standard STL Camera body with sealed internal CCD chamber and external even illumination shutter


  • Two CCDs:  Imaging CCD and built-in TC-237H CCD with 657 x 495 pixels at 7.4u for self-guiding 
  • Two-stage TE cooler with water circulation capability for cooling of both the imaging and guiding CCDs to -40° C below ambient
  • Remote Head Port for optional external guide head
  • Built-in 5-position, 50mm, filter wheel.   Also accepts 48mm threaded filters.  Compatible with Nikon lens adapter (see options).
  • Built-in 12VDC power supply for operation in the field direct from a battery
  • Universal AC Power Supply for world wide operation from 90 to 220VAC
  • Professional Quality Crushproof, Dustproof, Waterproof, Pelican Carrying Case


CCD: KAI-11002M
Total Pixels: 11 million
Array: 4008 x 2672 active pixels (35mm film format)
Pixel Size: 9 microns square
Antiblooming: Yes
Peak QE: 50% [click to see QE chart]
Image Area: 36 mm x 24.7 mm


CCD ClassClass 2
Resolution11 Mega Pixel
Warranty90 Day


  • SBIG STL-11000 camera body
  • Astrodon Gen 1 LRGB filter set
  • Astrodon Ha narrowband filter
  • AC power supply
  • DC power cable
  • Heavy duty Pelican case
  • * Dark frame shows usual hot columns in 11000 sensor. They clean up well in post processing *


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