ASA AZ2000 f6 f2
The extension of evolution of high-end telescope systems with 2.0m aperture.
This complete solution represents a fully integrated alt-az observatory system. The AZ 2000 is equipped with quartz optics from ASA. This guarantees diffraction-limited performance and best micro-roughness values even under the most perfect Earth-based astronomical seeing conditions. With fast focal ratio, the design results in less obstruction, higher contrast, and a more compact system. The size and cost of your dome infrastructure is reduced.
2000mm f6/f2 Ritchey-Chrétien Nasmyth design is equipped with absolute encoder secondary mirror focusing unit and configurable with up to 4 Nasmyth ports.
Nasmyth 2 as standard, 4 as option
2000mm (78,7 inch) / f2
1nm RMS / <0.7nm Ra
ASA Control ONE, fully integrated Mount, Telescope and Observatory automation software, ASCOM
<8” RMS with pointing model
<0,25” RMS within 5 minutes tracking time over 5 min 0,05” RMS/min
10 Hz or greater
RC & CDK Comparison
In our comparison, we compare our corrected RC to a CDK (corrected Dall-Kirkham):
1. The ASA RC primary mirrors are faster than a CDK and therefore the OTA is significantly shorter.
2. The CDK design requires a larger secondary for a given aperture (RC offers higher contrast).
3. ASA’s design is more versatile than the CDK where the corrective optics must be used.
Our closed loop direct drive systems, sensor technology and observatory safety modules play a major role in achieving optimum results. All moving accessory components are equipped with high-resolution encoders and closed-loop feedback systems. We provide event timer modules, and customer updatable firmware.
Services for your telescope. Competitively priced for value with a complete ASA telescope and mount package!
Accessories for your telescope. Best price for value with a complete ASA telescope and mount package!
ASA In-house production
The competent partner that provides you with the whole package – ASA, guarantees the highest standard! Interferometric metrology, CNC machining, meter class optics, light weight mirrors, telescope systems, ground stations, assembly, factory testing and commissioning, everything is done by ASA itself.