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    Elite Premium Refurbished Apple MacBook Pro 15 Phantom 3 Advanced   Aircraft (Excludes Remote Controller and Battery Charger) HP 20, C6614D Genuine Original (OEM) ink cartridge, black Cooling Tower Motor, 3 phase, Totally Enclosed Fan cooled, 1 Hp, 1150 Nameplate Rpm, Nema/iec Frame 145t, Cw/ccw Rotation, 208 230/460 Voltage, 3.8 3.4/1.7 Full Load Amps, 3 Phase, 60 Hz, Base Mounting, Mounting Position Horizontal Or Shaft Up, Bearings Double shielded Ball, Frame Material Cast iron, None Thermal Protection, 1.25 Service Factor, Ambient Temperature 40 Degrees C, Shaft Dia. 7/8 In., Shaft Length 2 1/4 In., Length Less Shaft 11 1/8 In., Overall Length 13 3/8 In. The new Baader Hyperion 8 24mm Clickstop Zoom continues the Hyperion tradition of delivering top of class performance and quality at very reasonable prices.  Zoom eyepieces have earned a lackluster reputation over the years due to their compromises in optical design and execution.   We think the Hyperion zoom will surprise many jaded zoom users with its combination of performance quality and novel features.Some highlights of the Hyperion Clickstop ZoomConsisting of 7 elements the Hyperion optical design delivers outstanding sharpness and color correction over its field even with fast telescopes.  Users are reporting that the Clickstop Zoom matches the performance of their best fixed focal length eyepieces!Continuously variable focal length with click stops at 8 12 16 20 24mm.  Remains approximately parfocal across zoom range.  Click stops enable precise focal length matching for bino viewer use (please note: barrel diameter of the zoom is 57mm so it may not work in binoviewers for users with narrow interocular separations).Wide field.  The field of view is 68degrees at the 8mm setting and 50 degrees at 24mm. Excellent viewing comfort.  The eye relief of 12 15mm large eyelens and freedom from kidney beaning and blackouts result in a high level of comfort and ease of viewing at all focal lengths.As with the fixed focal length Hyperions Baader Planetarium has gone to great lengths to give the Hyperion Zoom the most advanced multicoatings ever used on amateur telescope eyepieces.  The Hyperion Phantom Group multi coatings truly rival the best in the world   including the famous Zeiss Abbe Orthoscopic!  The difference in contrast and transmission is clearly visible at the eyepiece.Now Includes both 1.25 Matrice 600   Zenmuse X3/X5 Series Gimbal Mounting Bracket Ac Drive, Motor Power Rating 2 Hp, Output Current 3.7 Amps, Height 10.3 Inches, Width 5.9 Inches, Depth 5.7 Inches, 380 To 480 Vac, 50/60 Hz, Nema 1, Three Phase Input Remanufactured HP 85, C9427A ink cartridge, yellow Carbon Fiber Phantom 2 with H4 3D Gimbal Circuit Breaker, Bolt On, Air Rating 10ka, Ground Fault Protector Circuit Breaker Type, Number Of Poles 1, Voltage 120vac, 20 Amps, 1 Phase, Any Phase Connection, Min Wire Size 14 Awg, Max Wire Size 8 Awg, Length 3.28 In, Width 1.00 In, Depth 2.38 In, Screw Clamp Terminal Connection, For Use With Ge Aq Lighting Panels, Frame Size Thq, High Amp Trip Setting 120 Fixed, Standards Ul/ Csa Bound By Flame VapeOnly vPlum VW Simple Kit 1000mAh(Blue)
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    Pegged October 29, 2013

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