Digitarium® Delta Portable Digital Planetarium System
See also Digitarium general specifications.
|Maximum Dome Diameter
||Approximately 23 feet/7 meters.
is the main
issue, since the larger the dome,
the larger the surface area the light from the projector must cover.
||1080 pixels across a diameter
|Field of view
||180 degrees, full sky.
|Pixels per degree of sky
|Angle of Projection
|Base Projector Brightness
||2200 Lumens with non-fisheye lens (Provided for comparison purposes with other systems. Actual brightness with a fisheye lens is significantly less due to not projecting the whole video rectangle and differing lens properties. Please see our other models if you need a brighter system.)
||3900:1 (Actual measured value with fisheye lens.)
||Up to 3000 hours
||Good, although focus is not as sharp as our Gamma and Epsilon models.
This is a tradeoff in the interest of an affordable system.
||1 TB standard.|
100-240VAC, 50-60Hz, 6.6A|
||FCC Class A, CE class A (RoHS compliant)|
System: 17.3 x 16.5 x 14 inches (44 x 42 x 35.6 cm)
Transit case: 26 x 21.5 x 22.5 inches (66 x 54.6 x 57 cm)
System: 49 pounds (22.3 Kg)
Transit case: 31 pounds (14 Kg)
Total: 80 pounds (36.4 Kg)
The transit case has built in wheels and extendable handle for easy transport on flat surfaces.
Product photos may differ slightly from actual models.
Wow! The Digitalis projector is a true innovation for portable planetaria. It is compact, one-piece and easily transported -- no more multiple cylinders, no more tiny planet pieces or moon magnets. The software it contains increases a hundredfold (maybe more) the capacity of topics we can do in the portable planetarium... Thank you, Digitalis!
— Elizabeth Wiles, (formerly at) Pacific Science Center, Seattle, WA