A high quality 12VDC switch-mode regulated power supply rated at 24 Watt maximum. The power
supply has a wide range 90-264vac 47/63Hz input for world use and features short circuit,
over voltage and over load current protection, some of these features are not found in more
Suitable to Opticstar DS-616C XL cooled CCD cameras and also recommended for use with light
to medium motorised and computerised telescopes from Sky-Watcher or Celestron. It comes
with a 2m mains UK type power lead with a total reach of 3m.
90-264VAC 47/63Hz via 2 pin C8
12VDC 2A maximum, 24W
2.1mm pin (+ve) x 5.5mm x 12mm long
BSMI, CB, cUL, UL, GS, PSE
Meets Energy Efficiency Level IV & CEC
RCM, CE / FCC Class B Conduction & Radiation
100,000 hours minimum at 25° C
The specification shown is correct at the time of writing.
Please ensure that the current required by the equipment connected to
any power supply is below the current output rating of the power supply used.
This will prolong the life of the equipment. As a rule of thumb you power
supply should supply 25% more current than is required by the device/s
connected to it for best performance.
We are constantly checking the accuracy of the technical data. We are prepared to provide
more detailed information on request. Technical data is subject to change without notice.
The new Opticstar DS-616C XL+ deep-sky CCD is the successor to the
popular DS-616C XL that earned the annual star product award back in 2013. It maintains all the
features of the original model as well as other improvements.
DS-616C XL is Astronomy Magazine's Star Product
posted: 12th September 2013
The Opticstar DS-616C XL deep-sky CCD camera has earned the annual star product award from
Astronomy, the world's best-selling astronomy magazine. Read about it in the September 2013 issue.
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