New spectroscopic and photometric observations of HD 144110 have been used to obtain an improved orbital element solution and determine some basic properties of the system. This chromospherically active, double-lined spectroscopic binary has an orbital period of 1.6714012 days and a circular orbit. We classify the components as G5 V and K0 V and suggest that they are slightly metal-rich. The photometric observations indicate that the rotation of HD 144110 is synchronous with the orbital period. Despite the short orbital period, no evidence of eclipses is seen in our photometry.
Fekel, F.C.; Henry, G.W.; Lewis, C. "Chromospherically Active Stars. XXV. HD 144110=EV Draconis, a Double-lined Dwarf Binary" The Astronomical Journal, Volume 130, Issue 2, pp. 794-798 (2005).