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Thread: SG9120 / SG9120B HH DiSEqC Motor
01-11-2011 01:37 PM #1Supporting Founder
SG9120 / SG9120B HH DiSEqC Motor
So we've been selling the
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with metal gear for a while now. So far, I have been very happy with the unit. Much less failure rate than the older models we used to carry and much better performance from what I hear from customers..... So far, so good.
Since winter is upon us, I wanted to hear from customers again and see how the metal gear is holding up in the freezing cold. Please share with us how the motor is performing in the cold and if you have had any major issues or not. I'd really like to her from you.
Thanks for taking the time.
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01-11-2011 02:01 PM #2
Any luck with these and the Azbox Elite HD usingDiSEqC?
01-11-2011 08:25 PM #3Pub Member / Supporter
So far the 9120B has performed well here in the cold in northern New York. It moves in temperatures that the SG2100 that it replaced had a hard time when it would work at all. Pretty much had to be above 30 degrees or the 2100 had problems. I would recommend the 9120 to anyone.90cm Fortec Star Dish with 9120B motor & Blue Blazer LNB & MicroHD - FTA
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01-11-2011 09:35 PM #4
Using the SG9120 after getting 6-8 inches of snow yesterday. Lost most signal when snow started to stick (as to be expected), but it would still move at 20 degree temps. The sun came out and melted the snow off the dish's surface (even though temps never got above 32), and everything is back to normal.
01-11-2011 09:58 PM #5
01-11-2011 10:54 PM #6
How much dish weight can this motor handle? I do not see a dish weight rating in the specs.