Kendrick DEW-Minator Large Eyepiece Heater
NEW! Introducing our newest heater in the Premier Heater line, the Dew-Minator Large Eyepiece Heater
The Dew-Minator heater has been designed specifically for the ever increasing line of large format eyepieces and camera lenses available to the amateur astronomer.
Large multi-element eyepieces and camera lenses are packed with glass throughout their length, which makes them slow to heat up, therfore more power is often needed in very dewy conditions - in fact, those calm nights where atmospheric conditions are stable and therefore best for high power planetary viewing, are often extremely dewy!
The Kendrick Dew-Minator provides plenty of power for those really cold or really dewy nights, yet can be adjusted (via a Kendrick controller) for very mild, low power operation if conditions call for it.
Like all Kendrick heaters, it has a sewn in, heavy duty elastic strap to allow you to securely fit it to any of your large bodied eyepieces and the construction is of course the best on the market.
Large multi-element eyepieces - Televue Ethos, Nagler and 2" format eyepieces from most manufacturers.
Camera lenses of most types.
Small triplet telescopes with air-spaced lenses.
10 Watts (if operated at full power)
High quality rubberised cable remains flexible at lowe temperatures.
High quality long lasting heating element.
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- Rother Valley Optics (Stockist)
- Wex Photographic (Norwich, Stockist)
- Ian King Imaging (Kent, Stockist)
- Peak 2 Valley Instruments (Derbyshire, Stockist)
- Widescreen Centre (Cambridgeshire, Stockist)
- F1 Telescopes (Kent)
- Grovers (North Yorkshire)
- Io Astronomy Please note: IO Astronomy voluntarily ceased trading with large unpaid debts affecting the entire UK astronomy industry. You may contact us for problems / issues with Altair or iOptron products ONLY - or try Darkframe Optics / Dave Woods. Unfortunately, we will not be able to support undeclared products bought from the ex-directors after the company ceased trading.
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- Teleskop Service Ransburg Germany, Europe
- Astromarket AST Optics Belgium, Europe
- Teleskop Service Italia Italy, Europe