PANSAT 150 150M PVR question

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wanghot

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Hi All,

I am newbie to this forum, my old KU band sat receiver went dead the other day. Wanted to shop for a no frill KU band receiver on the internet quickly, found this reasonable priced PANSAT 150 150M PVR model. Just wondering if this model can get signal from Galaxy 3C satellite before I press purchase button. Currently my dish is only beamed at Galaxy 3C satellite.

Any help is appreciated.

Thanks in advance.


Here is the spec:
  • USB 2.0 Interface - JPEG Photo Album, MP3, Firmware Update
  • Full Compliant of MPEG-2 Digital & DVB broadcasting
  • 950-2,150 MHz input Frequency (IF Loop Throughout)
  • Variable Input Symbol Rate (1-45 Msps)
  • Multi language OSD
  • Automatic PAL/NTSC Conversion
  • Fast Channel Change
  • 5000 Channels TV & Radio program
  • Flexible reception of SCPC & MCPC from C/Ku-Band Satellites
  • S/PDIF (Digital Audio or Dolby AC3 Stream out)
  • Timer Function (Automatic Turn On/ Off by Setting Function)
  • RTC (Real Time Clock)
  • 256 Colors (Graphic User Interface) Number
  • PIG (Picture In Graphic)
  • 5 Favorite List & 100 Programs per each
  • Powerful Channel Editing Function
  • Sorting: Alphabetic, Satellite, TP Order, FTA/Scramble, Parental Lock
  • Move, Delete, Favorite Edit
  • Parental Lock, Channel Rename, Channel Skip Manual PID/ Satellite & TP/ Network Scan
  • Smart Search
  • Satellite Scan - Simultaneous Scan
  • Diseqc 1.2 & USALS Compatible
  • Comparable of Setting the Frequency for SMATV System
  • Integrated USB2.0(Host) to support PVR
  • Software Upgrade via RS-232C (Receiver to Receiver, PC to Receiver)
  • UHF Ready (U-30 Kit Optional)
  • Component Out (YPbPr)
  • S-VHS Out
  • IR Remote Control
  • 1 Input Connector : F-type, IEC 169-24
  • IF Input Frequency : 950MHz to 2150MHz
  • IF Loop Throughout : 950MHz to 2150MHz
  • IF Frequency : Zero-IF
  • Input Level : 65 dBm~-25 dBm
  • LNB Power : 13 /18VDC / 500mA Max
  • DiSEQqC Control : Diseqc 1.2 & USALS Compatiable
  • Band Switch : 22KHz Tone
  • Demodulation : QPSK
  • Symbol Rate : 1~45 Msps(SCPC,MCPC)
  • Viterbi Decoding Rate : 1/2,2/3,3/4,5/6 and 7/8
  • Reed Solomon Decoding : FEC: 204, 188. t=
  • Demultiplex : According to ISO/IEC 13818-1
  • Input syream : Max. 90Mbit/s
  • Aspect Ratio : 4:3, 16:9
  • Video Resolution : 720x576 (PAL), 720X480 (NTSC)
  • Audio Decoding : MPEG Layer l & ll
  • Audio Mode : Single Channel /Dual Channel, Stereo, Joint Stereo
  • Audio Sampling Frequency : 16/22, 05/24/32/41, 1/48 khz
  • Main Processor : ARM9
  • CPU Clock : 150 MHz
  • Flash Memory : 8 Mbyte
  • SDRAM : 32 Mbyte
  • EEPROM : 256 Kbit
  • Connector : 9 Pin D-Sub Type
  • Protocol : RS232 Asynchronous
  • Data Rate : Max. 19.2Kbps
  • Connector : IEC 169-24
  • Frequency : CH3 (61.25MHz), CH4 (67.25 MHz)
  • Output Channel : CH 3-4
  • TV Standard : NTSC
  • 4 Digits LED : Channel Number Display
  • 5 keys : Volume Up/Down, Channel Down/Up, OK, Power
  • IF Input : F-type Connector
  • IF Loopthrough output : F-type Connector
  • 6 Phone (Cinch) : Video, Audio L, Audio R, YPbPr
  • S/PDIF Optical
  • S-VHS
  • UHF
  • Modulator
  • RS232 Serial Port : 9 Pin D-Sub Type
  • USB Memory Card Slot(Max. 500mA) : 1 Host
  • Type : IR Remote
  • Battery : 2x1.5V AAA Type
  • Input Voltage : AC 90 -240V, 60Hz
  • Power Consumption : Max. 22 Watts
  • Standby Power : Less than 10 Watts
  • Size(WxHxD) : 270x160x50mm
  • Weight : 1.7KGS
 
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Mr Tony

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yes it can pick up G3 KU Band

I have an older model and the Pansat units work really good :)
 
Anole

Anole

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Sep 22, 2005
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tell us more:

We don't have a review of that model.
Frankly, I didn't know it even existed.

Why don't you write up your comments when you get it going?
Espececially related to how well the PVR function works.
And price, of course.

Normally we'd like to know how it works with various switches and motors.
But since you aren't going that route, we'll be happy with whatever you post.

Should make for good reading. - :up


A lot of us are using the now-discontinued and well supported Visionsat Iv-200, which works well with various hard drives, and even a few subscription cards to little-known services.
 
Tron

Tron

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May 6, 2005
6,599
33
Metro New Orleans, LA
I think the 150 came out about the time the 9200 did, in fact it might basically be a SD version of the 9200. Be careful about what type of file system it uses on the hard drive. People are having problems mounting drives used with the 9200 on a PC.
 
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