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.
This past weekend, I stopped in my classroom to grab a test. While I was rooting through my files, I let my 9 year old daughter try out the [Digitarium] remote. She was able to do a lot of different tasks after only 15 minutes! This program is very user friendly - thank goodness, because I am NOT a computer whiz.
— Kristy Zehr, 9th grade Earth/Space Teacher, Bermudian Springs High School, York Springs, PA