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Apollo DTM 2200 Digital Satellite Meter

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#1
Hi all

anyone know anything about these meters Apollo DTM 2200 Digital Satellite Meter eg are they upgradeable and is there any sites for support ? any help appreciated

regards
Mark
 

rolfw

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They are similar to the original Premier meter, I seem to remember they were probably later made under another name as well like Skinka. The Premier requires the chip removing for updates, but you may find that yours can be updated with a custom cable, hopefully another of our members will have more info.

Alltrade used to upgrade the Premier and Lacuna meters, but there probably isn't much demand now.
 

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#4
Reviving a very old post here .... .... but I'd like to know :
- are these meters mentioned sort of brick shaped with a 2 line display ( see photo ) ?

- if yes, can they measure individual TPs / freqs eg 10773H ? or can they just H & V signal from eg. 28.2 ?
 

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#5
koansrc said:
Reviving a very old post here .... .... but I'd like to know :
- are these meters mentioned sort of brick shaped with a 2 line display ( see photo ) ?

- if yes, can they measure individual TPs / freqs eg 10773H ? or can they just H & V signal from eg. 28.2 ?
sorry to bump an old post can the yellow sky meters be upgraded ? so ca lock on 1w etc
 

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#6
The multisat version could be used on all sats but not the 28e only meter. In any case, these are certainly old meters now.