The SAT-TECH SF-9505A is compatible with DISH (Network), FTA, and Directv (not SWM) satellite TV service types. With a digital readout, it makes for easier pointing. Perfect for repointing your home dish or using for mobile satellite TV viewing. Frequency range:950-2150MHz.
Frequency range : 950-2150MHz
Supply voltage : 13-18V DC
Input level range : -40dBm~ -10dBm
Operating temperature : 0-40
Impedance : 75Ω
Use LCD to display the satellite signal intensity
Built-in signal alert buzzer
With LCD backlight / buzzer and attenuation control function
DC pass to LNB
ATT increasing key. If the incoming signal is too strong, (the thermometer-scales shows max and the signal strength value shows 99) it can easily be attenuated by enabling this "attenuation" funtion, it reduces the incoming signal to a lower level. There are four step attenuation totally.
How to connect
connect a jumper cable from the LNB to the "Satellite" port on the digital SATFINDER.
connect the cable from your satellite receiver to the "Receiver" port on the digital SATFINDER.
To avoid a continuous full scale reading, do not use the digital SATFINDER directly in front of the dish.
When using a LNB with gain higher than 60dB, insert a 5dB attenuator between the LNB/LNBF and the digital SATFINDER.
In case no satellite receiver is at hand a 13-18V DC power supply with F-connector can be connected on the "Receiver" side of the digital SATFINDER to power the SATFINDER.
The follow link will show you how to use it,Just click it
1 x SF-95DR Digital satellite finder
1 x User manual
Signal Strength is presented graphically on the LCD-display in form of thermometer-scales and in numbers (0-99). It can also present pitch tones (the higher tone the better signal) on the buzzer. The digital satfinder is very sensitive and can detect the weakest of signals , strong incoming signals(powerful satellite, big dishes) can easily be attenuated for better readout .
1* Digital Satillite Signal Finder Meter
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- Transmission Standard: DVB-S/S2
- Antenna connection: F-Type
- Frequency range: 950-2150 MHz
- Signal level: -65 dBm~-25 dBm
- LNB Switch: 22KHz
- LNB Voltage: 13/18 V, max 300 mA
- Demodulation: QPSK
- Symbol Rate: 2
- LCD Type: FSTN positive transflective
- Number of Dots: 128x64
- Active Area (WxH): 59.6x43 mm
- Connector: USB
- Data Protocol: USB to RS232
- Li-ion Battery: 8.4V 800 mAh
- Power Supply: Output DC12V/1A; Input 100-240V AC 50/60Hz
- Power Consumption: Max.5W
- Dimension: 8cm x16cm x4cm
- Net weight: about 250 g
- 1 x WS-6933 DVB-S2 DVB-S HD Satellite Finder
- 1 x Power Supply
- 1 x USB Cable
- 1 x Silicone Case
- In Retail Package
LeaningTech 95DT Satellite Signal Finder Meter is a tool that enables you easily tune your satellite dish while outside. It can help you to find the strongest satellite signal direction and it is suitable for remote satellite antennas. Our LeaningTech 95DT can help you alignment satellite for dishes on homes, RVs and motor homes easily without others help.
a. Connect a jump cable from LNB to the satellite finder's "Satellite" port. Connect the "Receiver" port, a DC 1318V power which comes from the satellite receiver
b. Make sure that the satellite finder is properly connected. Plug in the AC cord and turn on the satellite receiver
c Set the dB to be 1 or 2 by ATT button, the signal LED will show from 15 to 30, then you can adjust the dish postition, when you hear the buzzer alert and the value of signal strength getting more and more, it means you get the statellite signal
d. Set the dB to be 3 or 4, adjust the dish again and again until the value of the signal strength is maximum. Then you can see the LOCK light in the satellite receiver, if the lock light is lighting it shows you find the desired satellite. Otherwise you need to adjust the dish again
-If there is an internal amplifer your antenna, (eg: 01MM-SQ01), it should be powered by an external power supply via a DC power inserter. Make sure the power inserter is positioned between the finder and the antenna.
How to use a digital satellite finder.
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