Wanted 12v coax antenna relay - Spaun SAR 12F or similar

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Hoping someone might have one of the Spaun ones like here, or something very similar, that they don't need.

I already have one from years ago that is much lower loss than a DiSEqC switch (1.5dB V 4-5d:cool: and works very well with a remote-controlled 12V supply to switch between a DiSEqC switch and a steerable dish, but I could use one or more spares in case this one fails.

Thanks in advance.

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I had a lot of switches (Global, or possibly Taylor) a few years back and swopped them for a bottle of wine.

I might have a couple left but I can't get to them until Sunday at the earliest. They were rated to 1750 MHz but would obviously pass the higher stuff regardless.
 
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I had a lot of switches (Global, or possibly Taylor) a few years back and swopped them for a bottle of wine.

I might have a couple left but I can't get to them until Sunday at the earliest. They were rated to 1750 MHz but would obviously pass the higher stuff regardless.
"Time is not an issue"! If you can find any then let me know what you want for them by PM, and then - the "price" being acceptable! - bring them the next time you come over here:D
 
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Price ?

It will always be a bottle of something.
 
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Update to @Channel Hopper

Just found a Global Comms CSO12 switch in a box. I could use that but I'm not particularly enthused about it because, from what info I could find, it seems to have quite a high (4-5dB ) loss, as opposed to <2dB for the Spaun - but if you can find something with a lower loss then I would still be very interested.
 
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I've just got back from the Reading Radio Rally, but I should be able to dig through some boxes tomorrow afternoon.


Can you send a picture of the one you have just in case I am wasting my time and find the same here ?

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It looks like the Global Commns SPS1 below except that it also has a flying lead , and is very clearly marked "CSO12 Voltage Switch", (instead of "SPS1 Smart Priority Switch"), in large letters.
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Good, that is nothing like the one(s) I have used. encased completely in metal, square and with a black sticker on the front.
 
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