Position numbers for the Titanium ASC1 (1 Viewer)

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shanklej

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Equipment: Linkbox 9000i, Titanium ASC1

My position numbers for C-Band go from 1 on 58w to 30 on 121W.
KU - I would think there would be a conflict to use the same numbers
for KU. Maybe position number 50 on 58w through 80 on 121w.
Is this correct?
Thanks for any help.
 

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The single or multiple use of a DiSEqC motor assignment number is a function of the receiver.

The DiSEqC 1.2 motor assignment numbers may be used multiple times if your receiver supports this function. Some receivers only allow a DiSEqC 1.2 motor assignment number to be saved for multiple satellites, while other receivers only allow a DiSEqC 1.2 motor assignment number to be saved to a single satellite.
 
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I have been using even numbers for C-band and odd numbers for Ku, simply because position "1" is 30W, the only Ku one that I can't reach with USALS. Didn't know some receivers could use one number for more than one satellite position. Interesting. Learn a new thing every day I guess... and the day just started! :)
 
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shanklej

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Thanks guys for responding.
Since I don't know what the Linkbox 9000i will or won't do, I'll try to experiment with 1 sat on KU.
 

shanklej

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Thanks Armadillo,
I got the same results with my little test on the Linkbox 9000i.
Also on 97w. It definitely will not accept 2 different numbers.
 

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Maybe I misunderstand, but my LinkBox will allow different numbers as well. I had both 97W C and 97W Ku on # 23. I switched 97W Ku to # 54 to test it. No problem.

I use a cheap VBox rather than an ASC1.Maybe that makes a difference.
 
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