Super Active , Rotating & Powerful Receive Antenna. High quality far ranging reception. UHF/VHF TV and FM radio with Infrared Remote Control. Parabolic focusing reception. Built-in high gain booster. Built-in low noise circuit. 360 all directional rotation. With infrared remote control. Can operate antenna manually. Easy to install and operate. AC 110V/60Hz.
Vansky Outdoor Amplified HDTV Antenna 150 Miles Range with Motorized 360 Degree Rotation -UHF/VHF/FM Radio with Wireless Remote control
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Outdoor TV Antenna Specification:
Free HD TV shows and news from your local broadcasting tower!
Multiple options of installation place. Indoor, outdoor, walls, balcony, roof. (Recommend to install on your roof to get the best reception.)
Weatherproof & waterproof & lightning protection.
Innovative design, muti-directional receive signal, muti-angle adjustment.
Simply and quick installation and commissioning: Installation - Connection - Scanning.
How to Install?
1. Connect the end(F-male) of attached coaxial cable to the ANT/IN connector on the back of TV or DVB-T tuner.
2. Place the antenna on wherever you like(Recommend to install on the roof).
3. Connect the end(F-male) of attached coaxial cable to the ANT/IN connector on the back of TV or DVB-T tuner.
4. In the TV's or STB's setup menu, set the tuner mode to "Antenna" or "Air". For more details please refer to your TV manual.
5. In the TV's or STB's setup menu, set TV to "scan" for channels. This can sometimes be listed as "auto-program", "auto-scan", "channel search" or "channel scan". Please refer to your TV manual.
6. If reception is sporadic, try moving the antenna to another location and re- scanning the TV until optimal position is found.
7. Fix the antenna on the optimal position.
1.Please scan for channels each time you try a new position for the antenna
2.Channels you will get depends on the TV tower broadcasting in your area, distance, terrain and surroundings.
pingbingding Outdoor Amplified HDTV Antenna - 150 Miles Range - 360° Rotation
This outdoor HDTV antenna is designed to receive digital TV UHF/VHF signals while providing high quality HDTV picture. You can enjoy high definition television without the high cost of cable or satellite. With a built-in rotor, Turn a full 360 degrees using the infrared remote control.
Easy-to-follow user manual for perfect and Easy Snap-On Installation
Built-in Low-Noise and High Gain Amplifier
Built-in motor turns the antenna 360 degrees | Motor turns in both directions to avoid tangles
Wireless remote controller
Control Box with Dual TV Outputs is included
Recommended to be mounted 30 feet above ground
Working Frequency: VHF 40~300MHz | UHF 470~890MHz
Noise Figure:< =2.5dB
Typical Antenna Gain: VHF 28~32dB | UHF 32~36dB
Reception Range: 150 Miles
Max Output Level:105dB u V
Main Voltage: AC120V±10%/60Hz
Operation Temperature: -10° C ~ 50° C
Coaxial Cable Length: 40FT
Package Dimensions: 17.5 x 12.4 x 4 inches with 6.3 Pounds
1 - HDTV Yagi antenna built-in amplifier
1 - Motor-fixed bolster with 40FT Coaxial cable
1 - Remote Control
1 - Power Supply
1 - UL adaptor
1 - J-shape mounting Pole
Note: TV signal reception is immensely affected by the conditions such as antenna height, terrain, distance from broadcasting transmission antenna and output power of transmitter. Channels you can watch may vary depending on these conditions.
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