FSQ-85EDX Instruction Manual - Astronomy and Electronics Centre

FSQ-85EDX Instruction Manual - Astronomy and Electronics Centre
Flatfield Super Quadruplet
FSQ-85ED
INSTRUCTION MANUAL
TAKAHASHI й
Thank you for your purchase of the TAKAHASHI FSQ-85ED Flat-
Field Super Quadruplet refractor. This is a state-of-the-art 4-ele-
ment in 3-group highly portable astrograph which employs two
premium ED elements for a high order color correction. In order
to use the FSQ-85ED to the limit of its capabilities, please read
this manual and familiarize yourself with its operation, its parts
and their function before using this instrument.
NEVER ATTEMPT TO OBSERVE THE SUN
THROUGH THIS TELESCOPE WITHOUT A FULL
APERTURE SOLAR FILTER DESIGNED FOR THIS
PURPOSE. FAILURE TO DO SO COULD CAUSE
INSTANT BLINDNESS. COVER THE FINDER WITH
AN OPAQUE COVER TO PREVENT ANY LIGHT
FROM COMING THROUGH. AN UNCOVERED
FINDER CAN ALSO CAUSE SERIOUS DAMAGE
TO THE EYE. KEEP CHILDREN AWAY FROM THE
TELESCOPE DURING DAYTIME.
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O If the tube assembly will be placed on an equatorial mount, be careful to set
the tube holder parallel to the ground This will prevent injury to fingers and
will prevent it from falling to the ground. When placing the tube assembly in
the saddle, always hold the tube with one hand to keep it from falling off the
saddle on to the ground.
e Always lay the tube assembly on a completely flat surface that totally sup-
ports it to protect it from rolling off.
@ Keep the tube assembly out of direct sunlight to protect it. Direct sunlight
could heat up the tube to a temperature that could damage the lens ele-
ments.
O Always focus the instrument for best focus using the focuser for the best
possible image.
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Contents
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Specifications -…<<<ecrsreecerenenencencnns 4
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Attaching Finder & Tube Assembly +++ 6-11
Observing Nee EUS EEN A EEE ERASER ETRE EEE ERIE 12-13
Accessories for Photo/Visual applications ==: 14-21
Care & Maintenance asosaraancaanrenmunacaceoooarcanace 22
Additional Precautions Tp 23
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SPECIFICATIONS
Optical System ...........er.e.merernecuenenecono Modified Petzval Quadruplet
Effective Aperture ................eooonoccacos 85mm
Focal Length ...............e...eresnecerrrecreres 450mm
Image Circle asien een ¢ 44mm
Resoving Power ............... ==... 1.36”
Limiting Magnitude ar 11.4mag
Light Gathering Power ...................... 147X
When used with Extender-ED 1.5X
Effective Focal Length ....................... 680mm
Effective Focal Ratio .....................e.... 8.0
Image Circle ..............eerennerrnnennnenvencene $ 44mm
Photographic Field .......ннннннннеоные. 3.7°
Back fOCUS ........e..eneoncencarccocanecarrentece 154.8mm
Metal back .............e..ecscenrrorrceconennenen. 117.5mm
When used with Reducer-QE 0.73X
Effective Focal Length ....................... 372mm
Effective Focal Ratio ...........e....e......... 3.8
Image Circle ................eerenecionecenennennes $ 44mm
Photographic Field .......................... 7.7
Back focus ............e.eserccrnrneranerenonecoren. 82.0mm
Metal back ...............e.ensvecreennenroocanene 72.2mm
Diameter of Main Tube ...........—....—.e—. 95mm
Total Length of Main Tube ................ 615mm(when dew shield is extended)
525mm(when dew shield is retracted)
Weight of Main Tube Assembly ........ 3.1kg
Finder SCOPE ……....…..crrrenserensanrenens 6x30 8
Tube Assembly Layout
FSQ- 85ED (Baby Q)
Dew Shield Cover
Dew Shield
р Dew Shield Clamp Screw
Front Tube —>
Focuser Housing
Focusing Knob
Finder Bracket
Focuser Clamp
50.8 Sleeve
31.7 Ocular Adapter ——
Coupling (S)
<——— Ocular Adapter Lid
Fig. 1
Attaching The Finder And Tube Assembly
If you have purchased FSQ-85ED as a set
or purchased the finder and bracket sepa-
rately, they have been shipped unattached
to the tube assembly.
Use the following instructions to attach and
align the finder with the main optics.
HB Attaching the Finder
Place the finder bracket over the two holes
on the left side of the focuser and attach
the bracket with Allen screws supplied with
the finder bracket. Make certain that the
screws are tightened sufficiently to keep
the finder fromm moving thereby misaligning
the finder.
Before inserting the finder into the finder
bracket, using standard cellophane tape,
place a double layer of this tape around the
finder where the three set screws located
in the front of the finder bracket will come
into contact with the finder. This will help
prevent the finder tube from being
scratched by the screws. Loosen the front
and rear finder screws. Carefully insert the
finder into the bracket and hold the finder
as parallel as possible to the tube assembly
when the finder bracket screws are tight-
ened around the finder. This will make align-
ment easier. Refer to Fig.2 & 3.
M Attaching the Tube Assembly to
The Equatorial Mount
The FSQ-85ED is heavier at the focuser end
of the instrument. Therefore, an offset plate
Cap Bolt
Washer
Finder Bracket Focuser Unit
Fig. 2
Alignment Screw
Allen wrench IT
; Cap Bolt
Offset Plate a y
Tube Holder Base ” .
Allen Wrench и”
Fig. 4
Equatorial Mount
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Allen Wrench
Tube Holder
Fig.5
is suplied with each tube holder. Attach the
offset plate with the supplied Allen screws
to the mount. Refer to Fig. 3.
The tube holder can be turned 90° in the
event the tube holder is attached to the
mount without the offset plate or to the off-
set plate.
In order to balance the scope, you can se-
lect one of three different positions to at-
tach the tube holder to the offset plate us-
ing a combination of the five different holes.
Once attached, the tube may be placed into
the tube holder and then secured by clos-
ing the top half over the bottom half and
tightening the large locking thumb screw.
This tube holder can be used on any cur-
rent Takahashi mount. [The FSQ-85ED can
be used with the EM-11 or heavier duty EM-
200 mount with great ease.]
After placing the tube assembly into the
tube holder, the next step is balancing. Re-
fer to Fig.7. Now that the telescope has been
attached to the mount, it will be necessary
to balance the load in the R.A. and the Dec.
The first step is to clamp the R.A. and
unclamp the Dec. Hold the tube of the tele-
scope in the event it is out of balance and
then loosend the tube clamp slightly so that
the tube can be moved in either direction.
Move the tube in either direction until it bal-
ances. When the tube is balanced, tighten
the clamp.
Next, loosen the R.A. clamp and tighten the
Dec.clamp. Unclamp the counter-weight(s)
and slide them in either direction until the
package is balanced.
Fig. 7
CAA 50.8 Ocular Adapter (S)
Coupling (DT) p 31.7 Ocular Adapter
TH = 50.8 Sleeve Coupling (S) | LE Oculers
MI6X10 M72X10 M72X10 508mm M43X075 M364X10 ® 31.Jmm Fica
M Connection the System Parts
The adapters and the rings are provided on
the visual back to connect various system
parts. Carefully study the system chart in
this book before connecting any system
parts. Connecting the parts incorrectly may
prevent the telescope from coming to a
sharp focus or any focus at all. Refer to the
Fig. 8 for a standard connection.
E Compression Ring
Remove the ocular adapter cover after the
locking ring has been loosened by turning
it counter clockwise. Then, insert the de-
sired ocular or 31.7 diagonal into the adapter
and tighten the ocular ring by turning it
clockwise.
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E How To Retract The Lens Shade
The lens shade of the FSQ-85ED is retract-
able. When the FSQ-85ED is to be trans-
ported, retract the lens shade until it rests
on the ring installed in the tube assembly
for that purpose. The shade can be ex-
tended when the FSQ-85ED is used.
Remove the cap of the dew shield.
Loosen the two lock screws.
Extend the dew shield.
Turn the locking screws until they make
contact.
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Fig. 10
[Caution]
Remove the lens shade cap before moving
the lens shade. The fit is tight enough to
blow the lens shade cap off of the lens shade
and it allows the lens shade to move easier.
Refer to Fig.10.
E Focusing
After inserting an ocular into the telescope,
it is necessary to achieve the best possible
focus. Remember the atmosphere will limit
the highest magnification that can be used
on any given night. Using the low power
ocular, focus the image and then increase
the magnification by using shorter and
shorter focal length oculars until the desired
magnification is reached. This procedure al-
lows the centering of an object at high mag-
nification. Please familarize yourself with the
following.
O Focusing System
The FSQ-85ED uses a rack and pinion fo-
cuser. This focuser alllows the imager/ob-
server to focus rapidly. Turning the focuser
clockwise will move the draw tube out-
wards, while turning it counter-clockwise
will move the draw tube inwards. Refer to
Fig. 11.
This focuser has Takahashi Micro Edge Fo-
cuser as standard. Turning the MEF's black
knob will allow for fine focusing for imaging
or observing at high magnification.
Remove the lens shade cover and the alu-
minum plug from the 31.7mm compression
ring adapter. Insert the diagonal prism into
the compression ring adapter. Carefully
tighten the compression ring until it begins
to make contact with the barrel of the di-
agonal prism. It is not necessary to over-
tighten the ring to hold the diagonal prism.
Then, insert the ocular into the compres-
sion ring of the diagonal prism, repeating
previous process. Be careful not to over-
tighten the compression ring.
Begin the focusing process by choosing a
bright star in a convenient position. When
you think that you have achieved the best
focus, move the focuser inside and outside
of what you think is the best focus. This will
confirm the critical procedure.
Begin with a low power ocular and then pro-
ceed higher and higher until the desired
magnification has been achieved.
When the best focus at high magnification
has been achieved, you may notice a bright
and dim ring around the star. This is not
defect but rather a diffraction pattern which
is an indication of diffraction limited optics.
Focuser Clamp
Draw Tube
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Focusing Knob , ,
Е The draw tube is coming out
when the knob is turned
counter—clockwise.
Fig. 11
@ Focuser Clamp
The focuser clamp is located on the top of
the focuser. Turning it clockwise will tighten
the focuser, while turning it counter-clock-
wise will loosen the focuser. Do not over-
tighten the clamp. When the best focus has
been achieved, tighten the clamp so that the
best focus can be kept. Whenever you move
the draw tube, never fail to loosen the
clamp. If the draw tube is forcibly moved, it
will cause to damage gearing system. Refer
to Fig. 12.
86 Camera Angle Adjuster and Micro
Edge Focuser [MEF]
The FSQ-85ED uses an oversized camera
angle adjuster to allow heavier cameras to
be used with the telescope. The camera
angle adjuster allows the camera or ocular
to be turned 360° to properly position the
camera or ocular. The Micro Edge Focuser
is provided for fine focusing. Refer to Fig.12.
Focuser Clamp
MEF
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Focusing Knob
Focusing Knob
Fig. 12
Ш Finder Alignment
Before the finder is placed in the finder
holder, use plastic clear tape and tape the
finder with two layers to prevent the tube
from being scratched by the front finder set
SCrews.
A finder is a useful tool. It permits the pre-
cise centering of an object in the field of
view. The 8' field of view allows the easy
centering of an object to be viewed or im-
aged.
The Takahashi finder uses an interrupted
crosshair which is designed to allow the
easy centering of an object to be photo-
graphed or observed. The wide field of the
finder makes the finding of an object easier,
therefore, it is important that the finder and
the telescope be in alignment. The follow-
ing procedure can be used to align the
finder.
1/7 Micro Focuser Knob
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€ Alignment Procedure
1. Place a low power eyepiece in the tele-
scope and center a bright star in a con-
venient part of the sky. Do not forget to
engage the motor drive to keep the star
centered. If this procedure is done in day-
light, use an object that is at least one mile
away. Loosen the lock nuts on the finder
bracket and slightly move the star to the
center of the field using the adjusting
alignment screws.
2. Then use a higher magnification eyepiece
and repeat the procedure by centering the
object in the field of view of the telescope
and then the finder. Continue this process
until the highest possible magnification
has been used.
& Adjusting Screw Procedure
1. Turn all the lock nuts until they reach the
head of the alignment screws.
2.1n order to move the crosshair in the di-
rection of the arrow, first loosen screw (a)
and tighten (push) the finder with screw
(c). This procedure will move the crosshair
in the desire direction. The top of the
finder will move in the opposite direction
and the object will move in the direction
of the smaller arrow. Refer to Fig. 14.
3.1n a similar fashion the direction of the
movement of the finder is made by ad-
justing the three screws.
Learn the relationship between the move-
ment of the three adjusting screws. If the
finder cannot be moved in the desired di-
rection, {loosen the locking nuts.
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Lock Screw
Lock Nut
Alignment Screw
Fig. 14
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View Field of Telescope
Observation
Ш Visual Applications
+ Determining Magnification
The magnification of any ocular used with
the telescope can be calculated by using the
following formura.
(focal length of a telescope)
(focal length of an ocular)
Therefore, the shorter focal length oculars
will produce the higher magnification. On
some nights of exceptional seeing, it is a
fun to use highest possible magnification
to view the Moon and planets.
In general, the limit of magnification will be
highest 20X and lowest 1.4X respectively
to the effective aperture.
In case of FSQ-85ED, the highest will be
170X and the lowest 12X. Therefor, most
of Takahashi LE oculars can be used with
FSQ-85ED except LE 50mm.
€ Compression Ring Star Diagonal
The 31.7(1.25") diagonal prism is inserted
into the compression ring adapter at the end
of the focuser and tighten it until it holds
the diagonal prism in place. Then the ocu-
lar can be inserted into the compression ring
adapter of the diagonal prism and holded
firmly by tightening the compression ring.
€ Lunar observation
The moon is an excellent object for begin-
ners and advanced amateur astronomers as
well. The entire Moon can be viewed at
about 50X, but on a clear night near full
Moon, it is best to use a 58 green, 3N5 or
variable polarizing filter to view the entire
disk.
Using higher magnification on the Moon in
any phase to see detail will allow the ob-
server to see smaller and smaller detail, ray
structures, and rilles. For this type of obser-
vation the filter is normally removed be-
cause as the magnification goes up, the
image birhgtness decreases. The ultra high
contrast images produced by the FSQ-85ED
will amaze the observer.
€ Planetary observation
The FSQ-85ED is particularly suited for plan-
etary observation by using the Extender-ED
1.5X. The high contrast, very sharp images
will reveal a wealth of planetary detail.
In order to see this fine detail, the night
should be very steady. If the stars at the ze-
nith twinkle a good bit, the planets will look
sharp at low magnification. When the star
at the zenith is steady, then high magnifica-
tion can be used to reveal a wealth of the
detail. Maginifications of 100X per inch can
be used. These nights of steady seeing will
also produce fine images using a digital SLR
or a CCD camera.
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+ Observation of deep sky objects
In general, observing deep sky objects re-
quires a low power, wide field ocular which
produces the maximum brightness. On the
other hand, observing globular clusters and
small nebulae requires high magnification.
This is particularly true in cities with high
sky brightness. High magnification will help
reduce the sky background and hence im-
prove the contrast necessary to view the
object(s).
H Astro Imaging
Focusing is the most critical element of
making great astro images. Once critical fo-
cus has been achieved, then outstanding
images can be made. It is a good practice
to recheck critical focus before the image is
made.
+ Eyepiece Projection Imaging
When you want to make lunar or planetary
images the TCA-4 is designed to make eye-
piece projection images easier. The TCA-4
will accept any Takahashi LE ocular and vari-
able feature sliding tube gives the imager
latitude in determining the size of the final
image.
€ Seeing
It is important that high magnification im-
ages of the Moon and planets require good
seeing. The method for determining the
quality of seeing on a scale of 1 to 10, with
10 being perfectly steady seeing is to look
to the zenith at a bright star. If it is twinkling
rapidly, the seeing is between 1 to 4. If the
twinkling is moderately this is 5-6. If the star
twinkles slowly to no twinkling, we have the
7 to 10 night. The less twinkle the better.
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A Cautions
When taking high magnification photo-
graphs of the Moon and planets, pay
careful attention to balance. Rebalance
the telescope when the object is placed
in the center of the camera.
If the telescope is moved to another
object, then rebalance it in the position
in which the photos will be taken. Do
not use the camera shutter; use the "hat
trick" a black card place over the lens
shade before the shutter is set on bulb.
After the vibration has stopped, remove
the black card for the duration of the
photo, which will normally be in sec-
onds.
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Accessories for Photo/Visual Application
Ш 31.7 Compression Ring Diagonal
and Diagonal Mirror
Each diagonal requires a different amount
of back focus. The 31.7 diagonal requires
less back focus. Therefore, the focuser will
have to be racked out further. Refer to Figs.
15 & 16.
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Length of light
* | pass 63.5mm
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31.7 Diagonal Prism
Length of light
pass 106.5mm
Fig. 15 Diagonal Mirror | Fig. 16
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M Extender-ED 1.5X
This newly designed dedicated extender
enables the user to extend the focal length
of the FSQ-85ED is from 450mm to 680mm
(1.5X) and allows the maximum magnifica-
tion to be raised to 259X when using the
Takahashi HI LE-2.8mm ED ocular and is
great for lunar and planetary observations.
The Extender-ED 1.5X can also be coupled
to a DSLR/SLR or CCD camera for narrow
field imaging.
Focal length: 680mm
Focal ratio: /8.0
Image circle: ¢ 44mm
Field of view: 3.7”
Coupling (DT) 50.8 Ocular Adapter (S) 50.8 Extension Tube(L)
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Extender-ED 1.5X
Coupling (DT) 50.8 Ocular Adapter (S)
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50.8 Sleeve: 31.7 Ocular Adapter
Fig. 17
Wide T-mount
Extender-ED 1.5X
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CA-35(50.8) DSLR / SLR
CCD
Fig. 18
EH 2X Barlow Lens
This Barlow lens was originally designed for
the FS Series and it can be used for the TSA
for visual use. This short Barlow can be used
with the 31.7 diagonal or Diagonal Mirror.
Coupling (DT) 50.8 Ocular Adapter (S)
50.8 Extension Tube(L)
в a Coupling (S) 2X Barlow Lens Ocular
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Extender-ED1.5X 50.8 Sleeve 31.7 Ocular Adapter
Fig. 19
Ocular
2X Barlow Lens
Adapter (DM)
Coupling (DT) 50.8 Ocular Adapter (S)
CAA Extender—ED 1.5X Diagonal Mirror
Fig. 20
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Ш Reducer-QE 0.73X
This new reducer can be used for wide field
imaging at a faster focal ratio of f/3.8 and a
wider field of 7.7° .
Focal length: 327mm
Focal ratio: 1/3.8
Image circle: $ 44mm
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CCD
Fig. 21
Ш CA-35
The CA-35 is used to connect a DSLR/SLR
or CCD camera to the FSQ-85ED. The CA-
35 (SKY-90) is used for this purpose with the
appropriate connectors. Refer to Fig. 15.
a. Prime focus
— CA-35 (50.8) or CA-35 (TSA-102)
b. With the Reducer-QE 0.73X
— CA-35 (SKY90)
c With the Extender-ED 1.5X
— CA-35 (50.8)
Refer to Fig. 22-24.
CA-35(SKY90)
ОПСС
Wide T-mount
СА-35(50.8)
ЦО
DSLR / SLR
Wide T-mount
CA-35(TSA-102)
DSLR / SLR
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CCD Fig 23
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Coupling (DT) CAA Aux. ring (FB)
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Wide T-mount
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Ш T-mount & Wide T-mount
The T-mount adapters are used to connect
a DSLR/SLR to the TCA-4 eyepiece projec-
tion device. Refer to Fig. 25.
The wide T-mount adapters are used to con-
nect a DSLR/SLR or CCD camera to the FSQ-
85ED at prime focus, with the Reducer-QE
and the Extender-ED 1.5X.
ТСА-4 T-mount DSLR / SLR
Fig. 25
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A Caution
If the connecting part of Wide T-mount,
and T-mount have scratches or directs, CA-35(50.8) Mide T-mount — DSLR / SLR
a camera may not be attached correctly. Fig. 26
This will cause star images worse. If the
star images are taken unevenly or
shifted, it is causes by those mentioned
in the above. Take a good care before
attaching a photographic set-up.
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HE TCA-4
This variable eyepiece projection device at-
taches easily to the FSQ-85ED for high qual-
ity and high magnification photography of
the surface of the Moon and planets. It can
be used with a film, DSLR and CCD camera.
Refer to Fig. 27.
Ocular Adapter
Coupling (DT) 50.8 Ocular Adapter 31.7 Ocular Adapter
— HH
CAA Aux. ring (FB) 50.8 Sleeve Ocular TCA-4 T-mount DSLR / SLR
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CCD
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H FOR-1
The finder quick release bracket allows the
user to easily remove and attach the finder
after it has been aligned with the main op-
tics. The Takahashi FQR-1, optionally avail-
able, is one example of this convenient
bracket.
Fig. 28
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E CCD Camera
In general, a CCD camera can be attached
by way of 31.7mm(1.25")/50.8mm(2") sleeve
or T-thread (42mm P=0.75). À CCD camera
which can be attached by T-mount can be
attached to FSQ-85ED with a combination
of CA-35 and Wide T-mount as same man-
ner for 35mm SLR/DSLR.
The FSQ-85ED has a long back focus
(178mm), which will allow to attach various
photo set-ups.
Sleeve for
Accessory for
filter wheel
visual parts CCD camera head
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CCD focal plane
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A. Plane sleeve connector
[CCD's focal plane (1mm)]
B. Outer diameter of the sleeve
[ 31.7(1.25”) ог 50.8(2”) ]
C. Full length of sleeve
D.
E. a Position of sleeve's groove
F.
G. Diameter and pitch of sleeve's thread
Care & Maintenance
® Before attempting to clean your optics,
contact your local distributor for precise
instructions on the procedure.
+ If the front lens of the objective has dust
or dirt particles on it, use a large hand
powered blower to remove the particles.
Under no circumstances should dust be
removed by any other means. Rubbing
the surface will cause scratches, If the
lens must be cleaned, be certain that all
dust and dirt particles have been re-
moved by using a blower. Then, using
cotton swabs slightly moistened with
lens cleaner, gently clean the particles off.
€ REMEMBER, DO NOT USE ANY
FORM OF CANNED AIR TO REMOVE
THE PARTICLES.
This productis very cold and could harm
the front lens of the objective. Be cer-
tain that the dew cap is removed before
attempting to clean the objective. Use the
following procedure, if the front and rear
surfaces of the objective must be
cleaned. Fig. 30.
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Dew Shield
Fig. 30
€ The collimation device is provided at the
cell, but it is very difficult for a user to
collimate the optical axis because of qua-
druplet design.
Under no circumstances should it be
touched. The optical axis is perfectly col-
limated at the factory before shipment
and there will little chance to be
decollimated in normal use. Should it be
decollimated by a strong shock during
transport, ask your local distributor.
Additional Precautions
& Keep the telescope away from large fluc-
tuations in temperature. When the instru-
ment is brought out from a warm room
to colder air, dew may form.
® Store the telescope in a cool dry envi-
ronment. Any dew should be removed
by blowing it with a hair dryer with the
heating element turned off, which means
the air will be at room temperature. This
flow of cool, room temperature air, will
dry the dew and not leave a residue. Ad-
ditionally, it is a good idea to store the
telescope with a desicant [drying agent]
near the objective to keep any moisture
away from the objective.
+ As mentioned previousely, never use
canned air due to the fact that the pro-
pellant is a refrigerant which could cause
damage to the front element. If the ele-
ment must be cleaned, make certain it is
done in a cool room.
+ Under no circumstances should the
lenses be disassembled. The lenses have
been properly aligned and set in place
by skilled optical technician with special
tools. Doing so will void any warranty
on the tube assembly.
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System Chart
E Imaging / Visual System Chart
6. CAA [TKA23200]
10. Coupling (DT) [TKA37001]
13. 50.8 sleeve [TKP00113]
14. Coupling (S) [TKA00103]
18. Reducer-QE 0.73X [TKA36580]
30P. CA35 (TSA-102) [TKA23201]
32. T-mount [TKA00220] ~[TKA00226]
33. Wide T-mount [TKA00230]~[TKA00236]
34. 35mm DSLR / SLR camera
35. CA-35 (50.8) [TKA31201]
36. TCA-4 [TKA00210]
42L. Mamiya645 Adapter (TSA-102)
43. Mamiya 645 camera
46. 31.7 Ocular adapter [TKP00101]
47. Ocular (31.7)
48. Ocular (50.8)
49. 31.7 Diagonal prism [TKP00541]
50. Aux. ring (FB) [TKA23250]
60. Extender-ED 1.5X [TKA37595]
70S. 50.8 Ocular adapter [TKP37110]
71L. 50.8 Extension tube (L) [TKP31112]
74. Diagonal Mirror [TKA00543]
75. Adapter (DM) [TKA00111]
86. CCD camera
НИТИ
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86
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Note: Some 35mm DSLR / SLR cameras cannot be attached
1.June.2008
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E Extender-ED 1.5X System Chart
6. CAA [TKA23200]
10. Coupling (DT) [TKA37001]
13. 50.8 sieeve [TKP00113]
14. Coupling (S) [TKA00103]
46. 31.7 Ocular adapter [TKP00101]
70S. 50.8 Ocular adapter (S) [TKP37110]
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mi
O Optional parts 35 36 34
32. T-mount [TKA00220]—[TKA00226] —® | В
33. Wide T-mount [TKA00230] ~[TKA00236]
34. 35mm DSLR / SLR camera
35. CA-95 (50.8) [TKA31201] 86
36. TCA-4 [TKA00210]
47. Ocular (31.7)
48. Ocular (50.8)
60. Extender-ED 1.5X [TKA37595]
67. 31.7 2X Barlow Lens [TKA00597]
71L. 50.8 Extension tube (L) [TKP31112]
74. Diagonal Mirror [TKA00543]
75. Adapter (DM) [TKA00111]
86. CCD camera
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H Reducer-QE 0.73X System Chart
6. CAA [TKA23200]
10. Coupling (DT) [TKA37001]
13. 50.8 sleeve [TKP00113]
14. Coupling (S) [TKA00103]
46. 31.7 Ocular adapter [TKP00101]
O Optional parts
18. Reducer-QE 0.73X [TKA36580]
30R. CA-35(SKY90) [TKA35201]
33. Wide T-mount [TKA00230]—[TKA00236]
34. 35mm DSLR / SLR camera
42S. Mamiya645 Adapter (SKY90)
43. Mamiya645 camera
47. Ocular (31.7)
69. 50.8 Ocular adapter (SKY90) [TKP35110]
86. CCD camera
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