Brand: Celestron

Celestron EclipSmart Solar Filters for Explorer LT & More

Brand: Celestron

Celestron EclipSmart Solar Filters for Explorer LT & More

This is a great accessory for any telescope. It will show the surface of the sun in detail. Great for observing sun spots, or watching transits of the inner planets and the ISS.
  • Instantly transform your normal Celestron telescopes into a yellow-light solar telescope (for a complete list of known compatible scopes, see variant options)
  • ISO compliant solar safe film protects your eyes when viewing the sun, unlike some other filters on the market
  • Scratch resistant polymer produced by American Paper Optics
  • Designed from the telescope’s lens cap for a snug fit, the larger filters include two safety Velcro straps and four self-adhesive Velcro pads for safely securing your solar filter in place
$33.95 CAD

Compatibility

StarSense Explorer LT 80AZ and ExploraScope 80 (94252) StarSense Explorer DX 102AZ and Omni XLT AZ 102 (94247) StarSense Explorer LT 114AZ and PowerSeeker 114EQ (94248) StarSense Explorer LT 127 & Astro Fi 130 & NexStar 130SLT & Omni XLT AZ 130 & SkyProdigy 130 (94222)

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Product Description

Enhance your viewing experience with Celestron's EclipSmart Solar Filter for Celestron telescopes. With two Velcro straps and four self-adhesive Velcro pads for added safety, you can be assured that the solar filter cannot be accidentally knocked off and will provide Solar Safe, ISO compliant viewing.

Solar Safe Technology

EclipSmart solar products feature Solar Safe filter technology providing the ultimate protection from harmful solar radiation, including both IR and UV light, and filters 99.999% of visible light. Celestron Solar Safe filter technology is GUARANTEED SAFE for direct solar observation and has been independently tested by SAI Global Assurance Services.

Solar Safe products conform to and meet the transmission requirements of ISO 12312-2, Filters for Direct Observation of the Sun, EN 1836:2005 + A1:2007 (E) for an E15 Filter for the Direct Observation of the Sun and, AS/NZS 1338.1:2012, Filters for Eye Protectors.

Specifications

Model 94252 94247 94248 94222
Filter clear aperture: 52mm (2.05") 53mm (2.08") 47mm (1.85") 58mm (2.28")
Filter diameter (external): 124mm (4.88") 120mm (4.72") 127mm (5.0") 1.496mm (5.88")
Filter diameter (internal): 121mm (4.76") 117mm (4.6") N/A N/A
Filter material: Scratch resistant polymer produced by American Paper Optics
Filter thickness: 20mm (0.78") 20mm (0.78") 20mm (0.78") 28mm (1.10")
Nylon safety straps: N/A N/A Two 1" x 4" Velcro straps
Four 1" x 1" Velcro Tabs
Two 1" x 4" Velcro straps
Four 1" x 1" Velcro Tabs
Weight: 4.0 oz (115 g) 4.0 oz (115 g) 4.0 oz (115 g) 5.99 oz (170 g)

Solar Warning

  • Only observe the Sun with ISO-certified eye protection, such as the filter found in this EclipSmart product. Never look directly at the Sun with the naked eye or a non-filtered optic. Permanent and irreversible eye damage may result.
  • Never tamper with or remove the permanently placed glass filters in this optic. Doing so is dangerous and will void your warranty.
  • Never leave your optic unsupervised. Make sure an adult who is familiar with its correct operating procedures is with your optic at all times, especially when children are present.
  • Never remove your eye protection when looking directly at the Sun during partial phases of a solar eclipse.

Customer Reviews

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Celestron EclipSmart Solar Filters for Explorer LT & More

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Generally great product

The product works as advertised, viewing the eclipse on April 8th it was perfect.

My only complaint is the build quality is a little flimsy. I realize most of the cost is probably the filter itself, but I worry about the screws holding in the thin plastic through repeat use

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Eclipsmart solar filter

Great product looked at the sun no problem at all hopefully no clouds on the 8th very happy thank you

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Celestron EclipseSmart Solar Filter

I purchased the Celestron EclipseSmart solar filter for my Celestron starsense explorer LT and it worked and fit my telescope perfectly. I ordered it about a week before the October 14th annular solar eclipse and thanks to All-Star Telescope , I received it about two days before the eclipse. I appreciate the speedy delivery from Canada to South Texas!!! I totally recommend this filter and All-Star Telescope!!!

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Great service and top quality items

Fast delivery of a top quality solar filter. Excellent service All-Star! Thank you

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