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EAGLE4 PRO, advanced control unit for telescopes and astrophotography
EAGLE4 PRO is our most powerful version of the EAGLE4, and thanks to its Quad Core i5 processor (with Turbo Mode up to 4.1 GHz), 16 GB fast memory, increased SSD storage space (480 GB), and added Thunderbolt 3 port with USB-C connector (that allows even more high speed connectivity, up to 40 Gbps, to devices like high speed storage if you need extra space), EAGLE4 PRO offers the greatest level of power for the most demanding applications! All in a lightweight, compact all-in-one design to be installed on your telescope and that comes with all of the advanced features of EAGLE4.
If you pay by bank transfer 1.745,20 €
The most powerful EAGLE ever, with a lot of storage space.
The EAGLE4 PRO brings the power of a desktop class computer in the compact form factor of the EAGLE. This means your EAGLE4 PRO will not only have enough space to save all your software and data, but it is also powerful and responsive enough to run the most demanding astrophotography applications. The EAGLE4 PRO is also a great computer for planetary imaging, with the latest generation USB 3.0 cameras that require higher levels of processing power, in order to save high resolution videos at high frame rates, and the storage space required.
Intel’s 8th generation i5 processor with only 15W of TDP and 6MB of cache provides desktop class performance with low power consumption. EAGLE4 PRO offers three USB 3.1 type A ports with transfer data up to 10 Gbps; one USB type C / Thunderbolt 3 port with data transfer rates up to 40 Gbps, as well as five USB 2.0 ports, two HDMI 2.0a ports, a Gigabit LAN port and Wireless 802.11ac.
Thunderbolt 3 port: for high speed connectivity.
EAGLE4 PRO also adds an incredibly fast and powerful Thunderbolt 3 port with USB-C type connector allowing connections up to 40 Gbps with more connectivity options. Compared to a standard USB port, USB-C/Thunderbolt it adds many additional features:
- Speed: while USB 3.0 is up to 5 Gbps, theThunderbolt 3 port offers connectivity speeds up to 40 Gbps
- Power: the Thunderbolt 3 port is capable of providing up to 15 W
- Connectivity: you can connect many devices like external drives, displays, multi port docking stations, audio devices, etc. It allows you to connect as many as 6 devices, daisy chained, through a single compact port. Since it has a USB-C type connector, the cable is reversible so there is no wrong way to connect it. If you have a standard USB-C device, you can connect it to the Thunderbolt 3 port (in this case the maximum speed will be 10 Gbps).
Performance comparison with a miniPC.
EAGLE4 not only offers exclusive features for advanced astrophotography, but also all the power of a real computer (superior to a Mini PC) to allow you to use any astrophotography software. In order to test its performance, we used the PCMark benchmark and compared EAGLE4/ EAGLE4 S / EAGLE4 PRO with one of the many inexpensive Mini PCs on the market (where we installed the same EAGLE4 operating system for a precise results comparison). As you can see in the picture below, EAGLE4 offers 32% more performance than a common Mini PC with Intel Celeron N3160 processor, 4GB of RAM and SSD disk; EAGLE4 S still raises the gap by bringing this difference to 109%; EAGLE4 PRO boosts everything to a wonderful +153%!
EAGLE4 PRO : scope of delivery.
2 WiFi antennas
12V power cable with cigarette plug for EAGLE - 250cm
n.4 M6x8 screws + n.4 M6x10 screws + n.4 M6x12 screws + n.4 n.4 M6x18 screws + n.4 M6x25 screws + n.4 M6x35 screws
EAGLE: Apollo 11 lunar module
The Apollo Lunar Module (LM), originally designated the Lunar Excursion Module (LEM), was the lander portion of the Apollo spacecraft built for the US Apollo program to carry a crew of two from lunar orbit to the surface and back. EAGLE is the name of Apollo 11 lunar module that, on July 20, 1969, landed the first humans on the Moon, Americans Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin.
from: Wikipedia (picture: Eagle LEM on the Moon - NASA Apollo Archive)