Titanium Satellite Dish actuator

Discussion in 'FTA Receiver / Equipment Support' started by kdjuan, Oct 8, 2018.

  1. kdjuan

    kdjuan Topic Starter SatelliteGuys Family

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    Any reviews on this unit?
     
  2. KE4EST

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    I second KE4EST's comment.
     
  4. Arion

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    I picked up a ASC-1 about a month ago and it's built like a tank. You can tell by it's weight alone it's not a plastic tinker-toy with a tiny transformer. Glad I bought it.
     
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    I've used mine for 4 1/2 years without one single problem.
     
  6. kdjuan

    kdjuan Topic Starter SatelliteGuys Family

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    so is the remote IR.
    also guys i just purchased a 4ft ku band dish. any recommandations on a lnb.
     
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    about the LNB, if you only need Standard 11.7-12.2 GHz, I recommend the Maverick MK1-PLL
    MK1PLL
    If you want a universal LNBF (so that you can also receive lower Ku 10.7-11.7 GHz, for example if you are in the coverage zone of 34.5W), I recommend the GeoSatPro UL1-PLL.
    Those LNBFs are very reasonably priced and are great quality
     

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