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product for the Do-It-Yourselfer
set up satellite dishes on RVs, motor homes, picnic tables, truck, decks,
roofs, or anywhere you want to setup your dish.
adjustments yourself without a secondary helper
30 minutes now takes 30 seconds
satellite dish reception in seconds with this easy-to-use DSS Satellite Finder!
This tool is a must for RV/motor home enthusiasts who take a satellite dish
with them on the road, OR for home users. This indispensable product lets you
easily make adjustments yourself, without having to shout back and forth with
a second person at the TV location.
Simply wire this affordable device between your dish and your receiver, turn
on your equipment and adjust your satellite dish until the meter indicates
optimum signal strength. What used to take 30 minutes or more, now takes just
30 seconds. Perfect for installing new dishes, or simply making adjustments to
existing dishes after windstorms, hurricanes, heavy rains or earthquakes!
950-2050 MHz bandwidth
Pocket size and lightweight
-25 to -75dBm Input Level
Built-in light for night dish
Audible tune-in signal.
Listening to signal tone and
changing antenna direction makes it easy and quick to find the best signal
75 Ohms Input/Output impedance
Works with DSS DirecTV,
DishNetwork, ExpressVu, StarBand, DirecWAY, FTA MPEG2 / DVB receivers, plus
other digital and analog satellite systems.
Works with C band or KU band
Works with STANDARD,
UNIVERSAL, and DSS LNBFs. (Note: Some other competitor brands do not
work with UNIVERSAL LNBFs)
One of the most useful tools
that you can own is this inline signal strength meter. This little device
connects between the satellite dish and the receiver and allows you to find
the satellite without having to use the meter on your TV. This can be
invaluable when you are trying to set up your dish on a tripod a long ways
away from your rig. These meters also provide a tone that rises in pitch as
the signal strength goes up and a lighted meter for nighttime use.
With one of these meters, it's
often enough to point the dish in approximately the correct azimuth/elevation
direction and then slowly sweep the sky and listen for the tone to tell you
when you hit the "sweet spot". These meters are much more sensitive than the
one that the receiver provides on your TV and react much faster to changes in
signal strength. With a little practice, you'll be able to find the satellite
in seconds and fine tune it quickly.
No batteries required, it is
powered by the receiver. It has a built in light and audio tone.
The SF95 works with DSS DirecTV,
DishNetwork, ExpressVu, FTA MPEG2 / DVB receivers, plus other digital and
analog satellite systems. Works with C band or KU band satellite signals.