Alpine Astronomical Baader T-2 15mm Extension Tube

BH #ALT225A • MFR #T2-25A
Alpine Astronomical
Alpine Astronomical Baader T-2 15mm Extension Tube
Key Features
  • Part of the Astro T-2 Modular System
  • Adds Spacing for System Components
  • Internal T-2 Threads at One End
  • External T-2 Threads at Other End
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An optional part of their modular Astro T-2 system, the Alpine Astronomical Baader T-2 15mm Extension Tube can be used throughout the system to add the proper spacing between different components. The extension has internal T-2 threads on one end with external T-2 threads on the other for easy use. You can use the extension tubes anywhere you need to precisely space and couple any of the T-2 components, in configurations of your own design.
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Alpine Astronomical T2-25A Overview

An optional part of their modular Astro T-2 system, the Alpine Astronomical Baader T-2 15mm Extension Tube can be used throughout the system to add the proper spacing between different components. The extension has internal T-2 threads on one end with external T-2 threads on the other for easy use. You can use the extension tubes anywhere you need to precisely space and couple any of the T-2 components, in configurations of your own design.

Example of Uses

  • Stack this 15mm tube with another of the same size or the two other sizes—40mm and 7.5mm—for precise spacing
  • Use with the Alpine telecompressor to vary the spacing of the lens relative to a camera or eyepiece for precise placement
  • Provide a secure way of varying an eyepiece-to-camera separation (projection ratio)
  • Use with the afocal and ocular projection (OPFA) system
  • Use with the Multi-Purpose Coma Corrector to accurately locate and couple the coma corrector to eyepieces

Alpine Astronomical T2-25A Specs

Packaging Info
Package Weight0.07 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)2.55 x 2.55 x 1"
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