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SV229 Solar Eclipse Filter Telescope

SV229 Solar Eclipse Filter Telescope

SKU:W9183B

Regular price $58.00
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SV229 Solar Telescope Filter - Observe Eclipses & Sunspots

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SV229 is an ideal choice for viewing the sun, and it conforms the standard ISO 12312-2: 2015. A must-have to observe the sun without damaging your eyes - optical filter fits snugly over your telescope's aperture. You can use it with confidence. The solar filter can used in solar observation, solar eclipse and sunspots.

Outer Diameters 80~118mm

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The SV229-W9183B features an inside diameter of 103mm - it is designed to fit optical tubes with an outer diameter of 80mm to 118mm.                

   For Solar Eclipse

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 For Sunspots

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 For Solar Observation

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The Solar Filter provide a clear, crisp sunspots, solar eclipses, granulation through telescopes and binoculars view while rejecting harmful ultraviolet and infrared radiation. The sun will appear in a natural orange color when viewed through your telescope using this Solar filter.

Compatible With SV550 Telescope

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Our solar filter is compatiable with SV550 telescope. It can fit many current astronomical telescopes and can be also installed on other brands of telescopes on the market, meeting everyone's different needs.

 Aluminum Frame - Stable & Durable

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The SV229 features with auminum frame; compared with other plastic frames; our aluminum frames are more stable and durable.

 Snug Fit

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Three metal screw cap and clamping screws with protective plastic caps - ensure a perfect fit. The diameter is adjustable, you can according to your needs to adjust the filter diameter.

 

 How to Use the Solar Filter

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Inspect your filter before every use. Do not use  if damaged, torn, punctured, or separated from the frame in any way.

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