Astrodon SLOAN Z SII Filter - 50mm Round - Unmounted
The original Sloan Digital Sky Survey (SDSS) filters include five mostly non-overlapping filters covering 300 nm to the sensitivity limit of silicon CCD cameras near 1100 nm. They combined colored glass filters and short-pass dielectric coatings to steepen the low wavelength side of the bandpass. The (sky) emission line at 557.7 nm occurs between the g' and r' filters, and is reduced by using the SDSS filters.
The SDSS photometric system is the most common filter set used today. Typical research photometry up to magnitude 23 will be performed in this system, with professional (meter-class) telescopes. The Hubble Space Telescope is equipped with an SDSS set, and provides a large reference database for research.
With the Astrodon SLOAN Z SII Filter the following changes were made:
- Better out-of-band blocking from Tave<=0.1% to Tabs<=0.03%. This is especially significant for the u' filter
- Different 50%T points for the r' and i'
- Introducing the z_s filter (826/920nm) with a long wavelength cutoff
- All filters come edge-blackened to reduce stray light reflections
These filters are parfocal with all Astrodon LRGB and narrowband filters.
- 50% transmission points provided above (+/- 3nm typical)
- Peak transmission guaranteed > 95% (>90% for u')
- <=0.03%Tabs out-of-band 300 - 1100 nm
- Striae-free, single fused silica substrates
- 1/4-wave propagated wavefront prior to coating
- 0.5 arcminute substrate parallelism
- 3.000 +/-0.025 mm substrate thickness
- 49.7 mm dia. unmounted
Note: Photo depicts a variety of SLOAN Filters, sale is for only one Astrodon SLOAN Z SII Filter - 50mm Round - Unmounted.
Manufacturer Product Number: SL-Z_S2-50R
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SKU AN-SL-Z_S2-50R Manufacturer Astrodon Type of Filter Sloan u'g'r'i'z' Filter Usage Imaging Single or Set? Single Filter Filter Size 50mm Filter Shape Round Filter Mounted? Unmounted
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- Astrodon SLOAN Z SII Filter - 50mm Round - Unmounted
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