LNBF skew on c-band motorized dish setup (1 Viewer)

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tvrohunter

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Hi experts,

I have recently had to replace my LNBF on my c-band dish due to failure from a lighting strike nearby. I got a new C1 Titanium PLL LNBF. I just want to confirm the skew so I understand this correctly. At the highest point in the arc I should set the skew degrees to 0 or 12 o-clock? I have a 10' Unimesh dish with a rotor setup.

Thanks
 
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Hi experts,

I have recently had to replace my LNBF on my c-band dish due to failure from a lighting strike nearby. I got a new C1 Titanium PLL LNBF. I just want to confirm the skew so I understand this correctly. At the highest point in the arc I should set the skew degrees to 0 or 12 o-clock? I have a 10' Unimesh dish with a rotor setup.

Thanks
The LNBF should have zero skew when dish is facing due south (high part of arc). The necessary skew will be added as the motor moves the dish across the arc. :)
 
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