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COMPLETED - Withdrawn- Starlight SXVR25C Camera


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New camera purchase necessitate I sell some equipment to balance my account. For sale is a great colour camera with a good reputation for imaging. The specs  below show the quality of this camera, it is the model before the Trius, so doesn’t have the integrated USB hub. Otherwise its the same performance with regulated cooling, a search on this forum will show the capability of this camera. It’s size is also ideal for Hyperstar, RASA scopes.

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Specification:

CCD type: Sony ICX453AQ SuperHAD CCD with ultra low dark current, Bayer RGB matrix and vertical anti-blooming.

CCD Full resolution Pixel data: Pixel size: 7.8uM x 7.8uM, Image format: 3024 x 2016 pixels

CCD Image area: 23.4mm (Horizontal) x 15.6mm (Vertical).

CCD quality: Grade 1 or better - No bad columns, no dead pixels, no more than 50 'hot' pixels (saturated in <10 seconds).

Spectral Response: QE max at 540nM (~60%), 50% roll-off at 400nM and 650nM. 

Readout Noise: Less than 12 electrons RMS - typically ONLY 7 electrons! 

Full-well capacity: Greater than 25,000 e- (unbinned)

Anti-blooming: Overload margin greater than 800x.

Dark current: Dark frame saturation time greater than 100 hours. Less than 0.02 electrons/second @ + 10C ambient.

Data format: 16 bits.

System gain:  0.4 electrons per ADU

Computer Interface: Built-in USB 2.0 compatible interface. Also works with USB 1.1.

Image download time: Typically 3.5 seconds full resolution using USB 2.0, approximately 8 seconds with USB 1.1.

Power requirements: 115VAC / 240VAC @ 12VA, or 12VDC @ 750mA max.

Cooling system: Regulated constant current cooling supply with single stage thermoelectric cooler to give a CCD temperature of approximately -30C below ambient.

Size: 75 x 100mm black anodised aluminium barrel with 42mm 'T2' thread at the CCD window end & input/output plugs at rear. CCD alignment screws are provided for setting the chip parallel to the focal plane.

Weight: approx. 400g.

 

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