DISEqC motor AND monoblock ?

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bluedrops

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Dish setup: Gibertini 1m, Moteck SG2100A H-H motor
Receiver: KAON PVR KSC-570H HW: 13.41.6D SW: 13.05.03 HDD 80 Go / 7200 RPM
DVB card: Technotrend Premium DVB-S rev. 1.5
CAM: Dragon rev. 3.01
Cards: Fun6, Fun7
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Belgium
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Hi to all,

I would like to buy this hardware :
- STAB DISEqC 1.2 motor HH120
- Stab MS220 DISEqC 1.2 positionner (to control the motor and deliver needed current to it because DVB cards do not supply enough current for motors)

http://www.stab-italia.com/inglese/rotorsat_eng/rotorsat_eng_hh120.html
http://www.stab-italia.com/inglese/rotorsat_eng/rotorsat_eng_ms220.html

I have a monoblock twin head for Astra and Hotbird (Maximum MBT-22:
dual LNB head with integrated DiseqC 2.0 switch and two independant
outputs). Could I switch between LNB-A <-> LNB-B through MS220 and
HH120 ? I want to keep the monoblock for fast switching between Astra and
Hotbird in 13° east motor position.
My setup will look like this :
DVB card -> MS220 -> HH120 -> monoblock twin
Second receiver -----------------------^

Thanks for your help.
 
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rolfw

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Technomate 5402 HD M2 Ci, DM7000s, Transparent 80cm Dish, Moteck SG2100 DiseqC motor, lots of legacy gear. Meters: Satlook Digital NIT, Promax HD Ranger+ spectrum analyser.
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You will probably struggle to get it to work properly, DVB cards can power motors by the way, we have members here who have had them running motors for a couple of years or more.

You can by the use of A+B 12/0v switches control the switch between motor and monobloc, some receivers may even be able to do it by DiseqC commands, but haven't seen any how tos.
 
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bluedrops

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My Satellite Setup
Dish setup: Gibertini 1m, Moteck SG2100A H-H motor
Receiver: KAON PVR KSC-570H HW: 13.41.6D SW: 13.05.03 HDD 80 Go / 7200 RPM
DVB card: Technotrend Premium DVB-S rev. 1.5
CAM: Dragon rev. 3.01
Cards: Fun6, Fun7
Programmer: Infinity USB Phoenix
My Location
Belgium
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rolfw said:
You can by the use of A+B 12/0v switches control the switch between motor and monobloc, some receivers may even be able to do it by DiseqC commands, but haven't seen any how tos.
The problem is that I need another cable for 0/12v. With the need of another cable, it is easier/better to use a 36v motor with devoted positionner. But I would like to know whether anybody managed to get receiver -> motor -> monoblock (or DISEqC switch) working.
 
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