Searching for the highest quality and value with features that no other satellite dish controller can match? The ASC1 is simple to install and easy to use. Automatic dish positioning and polarity control with any DiSEqC 1.2 satellite receiver.
Do you remember when you could simply change channels on your C-band receiver and the your BUD dish automatically moved and the polarity was automatically selected? If the signal was weak or it had interference, you would press the skew left or right to raise the signal strength, attenuate interference and improve the picture quality? Titanium Satellite remembers and decided that it was time to once again make it easy to watch satellite TV, scan for new channels and provide the optimized reception that is required for reliable reception of the new demanding digital modulations!
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Enjoy the performance of a polorotor feedhorn and the convenience of automatic polarity and optimized skew offset with fine tuning. Don't juggle a legacy analog/4DTV IRD remote just to move the dish and switch polarities! Now any member of the house can simply change channels on your favorite digital DVBS/S2 receiver and the dish will automatically move and the polarity and offset skew is automatically selected.
The ASC1 is truly a heavy duty and quality built, high grade controller that provides features and functions that are not even available on expensive controllers costing 10x more! The ASC1 has another great feature not found on any other consumer positioner. Update with new firmware, back-up the user database by saving the satellite positions, names and polarity settings with skew offsets as a PC file. The machined aluminum housing with louvered side panels and integrated lifting handles are assembled with contrasting Allen Head hardware. The ASC1 looks great and protects your investment from bumps and drops.
18" Inch Linear Actuator Super Jack Arm with Saddle Clamp Dish Mover Black Power Jack 36 Volt Satellite Positioner with Limit Reed Sensor , Part # MA-710-18T Jack Venture 18" actuator with limit and reed sensor. Quiet operation, precision gearing. Actuator arms for the automatic/remote positioning of satellite dishes. The actuators are supplied with an adjustable fixing kit to allow the actuator to be fixed to a variety of brackets. Adjustable limit switch protection, Anti-rust epoxy coated steel construction, Waterproof with 2 seals and 3 drain holes, Sealed super reed sensor (48 pulses/inch).
My Linear Actuator Arm is extremely quiet and moves the Dish from East End to West End of the Clarke Arc.
SpaceX called off its early morning rocket launch to the International Space Station, citing a last minute malfunction.
NASA said the SpaceX team had detected an “actuator drift,” causing the launch to be scrubbed. The next possible launch time is Friday at 2:09 a.m. Pacific time.
The launch by Elon Musk's SpaceX could ultimately be most notable for what happens as it returns...Source: www.latimes.com
CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. — SpaceX will try again early Saturday to launch an International Space Station resupply mission from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station, according to NASA officials.
The instantaneous launch window is at 4:47 a.m., when there's an 80 percent chance of favorable weather at Launch Complex 40.
SpaceX had previously been targeting a 5:09 a.m. Friday launch, and...Source: www.usatoday.com
LAS VEGAS (AP) — One of the biggest changes in television this year will be more channels available online with no separate cable or satellite subscription. But for would-be cord-cutters, watching live sports online has been elusive — until now.
The satellite has undergone its pre-launch checks successfully. However, ISRO said the launch vehicle had an anomaly in one electro-hydraulic control actuators. “During the electrical checks of the launch vehicle, an anomaly was observed in one of the ...
Satellite TV company Dish Network Corp (DISH.O) objected to the rule because it included prescriptions on encrypting programming that prevented Dish and others from, for example, making deals with studios to play new movies on a pay-per-view basis.