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ASA H400 f2.4

Lightweight and compact.

Ideal for astronomical widefield imaging. Fast, high resolution wide field pictures of the night sky. This fact made the hyperbolic ASA telescope of choice for the professional project Super Wasp II, a program searching for EXO-planets, which is supported by eight universities, including the Universities of Geneva, Leicester, Queens Belfast, Warwick and the German Space Agency DLR at Berlin.


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ASA H400 f2.4Lightweight and compact.

Main Facts

Optical design
Astrograph hyperbolic
Focal ratio
f2.4
Focus
AAF5 auto-focuser
Central obstruction
45%
Back focus
109.56mm
Field of view
70mm diagonaly (4.2°)
Primary mirror
≥400mm f3
Tracking precisison with ASA mount
<0,25” RMS within 5 minutes tracking time (for altitude 20° to 85°; without seeing effects and with a pointing model in use) over 5 min 0,05” RMS/min
Pointing precision with ASA mount
<8” RMS with pointing model (for altitude 20° to 85°) Optional equipment

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Technical Details

01 Electronics

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.

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02 Optics

Only the best for your telescope!

We believe that the most important part in producing optics is the testing. So ASA decided that we invest in the best test equipment available, remove any measuring error as good as possible and use real values in our specifications.

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03 Software

Platform independent control software.

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04 Technology

Our telescopes are manufactured with the lastest CNC technology.

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ASA Inhouse-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.

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