Inventory Reduction Sale: B1Sat Bandstacked C Band LNBF (1 Viewer)

Status
Please reply by conversation.

Sadoun

Thread Starter
SatelliteGuys Pro
Feb 27, 2005
2,320
0
Columbus, OHIO
Pro Brand - Eagle Aspen B1 SAT STACK C-Band LNBF With Scalar

Ok, we are running an inventory reduction sale on our C-Band bandstacked (single cable) LNBF

Limited Quantity Left - While Supplies Last.

I haven't seen anyone else selling these and if these are gone, they will be gone.
If you need the flexibility of using one cable only to feed multiple receivers from your C-Band dish, this is the one to get.


On sale for
$25
While Supplies Last

This LNBF is used for the C-band digital / analog satellite signal. It can be mounted on any Prime focus dish using the included scalar ring and mounting screws. LNB is designed for reception of signals in C-Band frequency range between 3.7 and 4.2 GHz. Ideally suited for reception of U.S. satellites.

  • Special for Digital C-Band Satellite Reception
  • Extended Frequency 3.7 GHz ~ 4.2 GHz
  • Bandstacked LNBF
  • L.O. Freq 5750
  • High Gain Output
  • Light Weight Design
  • 100% Waterproof
  • Adjustable Scalar Ring Included
Model NumberB1SAT STACK
I/P Frequency3.7-4.2 GHz
O/P Frequency
950-2050 MHz
LO FrequencyLower Band 5.15 GHz, Upper Band 5.75 GHz
Output Connector
Type "F" Female Connector
LO Initial Accuracy± 1MHz @ 25° C
Stability (-35°C to +52°C)± 2.0 MHz
LO Phase Noise
-60 dBc/Hz (@1kHz) -80 dBc/Hz (@10kHz) -90 dBc/Hz (@100kHz)
Noise Temperature
17 °K
Crosspol Isolation20 dB
Conversion Gain62 - 68 dB
Gain Flatness± 0.5 dB /27 MHz
Image Rejection
40dB (min.)
Third Order Inter modulation
-50 dBc (min.)
1 dB Compression Point0 dBm
DC Voltage
10 – 24 VDC (supplied by receiver through coaxial cable)
Output Impedance
75 W F-Female
Output VSWR
2.5 : 1
 

Tron

SatelliteGuys Master
May 6, 2005
6,599
33
Metro New Orleans, LA
I bought a few of these last time they were on sale. They work very well... If you are contemplating an all-bandstacked system, this is a good choice. I only wish there was a C/Ku model, and that it blew away the other C/Ku LNBFs out there... :)
 
Status
Please reply by conversation.

Users who are viewing this thread

Users Who Are Viewing This Thread (Total: 0, Members: 0, Guests: 0)

Latest posts

Top