HH motor - where can I buy one?

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#1
hi,
I'd like to buy an HH motor for my small 80cm dish.
the best would be a motor that support dishes up to 120cm (I guess I'm gonna upgrade soon).
Now, since I have a echostar 3000ip that doesn't support disecq 1.2 I need a 36v/switch hh motor.

I've been looking on the internet and all I could find are two websites: www.doebis.de and www.belsat.ch

Both websites are in german and I couldn't understand much. anyway I dropped them both an email asking for a Jaeger SG107.

How is this motor? and also, does anyone know any website that sells 36V HH motors?

Thanks!

PS I live in Italy so ordering from a .ch website would mean VAT.
 

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#2
Almost any company couled sell you a 36v H to H motor, thay are old technology (but thats not a bad thing at all)

Just make sure whoever sells you the goods offers installation (at a callout cost ) or a money back guarantee if its not suitable. The 3000 Echostar will cope with all equipment available on the market

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Well, I've been installing all my fixed dishes for like 1 year now. I'd like to install the motor by myself. is it something very hard?

Anyway, can you guys suggest me a website that ships fast?
 

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Which 80cm dish do you have and what fitting to the wall ?
Some dishes just cannot be mounted onto a motor

You would also require the additional four or five wire cable and a way of securing it to the main signal wire.

As its Christmas I believe no company is likely to despatch much until tomorrow earliest and then the couriers may not deliver next day
 

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I am interested in one 2. I have seen a few i.e

Stab, Jaeger Superjack, Mondeal, digipower & manhattan.

which is the best or the order of easy installation (since installing myself). I have seen the Jaeger/ Mondeal for £75 in hackney market.


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Stab and Jaeger are the two with manufacturing facilitie. The others are badged versions.

Ajak, Geotrack are also names for Horizon to Horizon gearbox makers
 

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I bought a Brand new Jaeger H120 from hackney market for £65. some other guy was selling the stab H100 for £75. I choose the Jaeger over the stap bcos it has got a manual button on the diseqc motor

The install manual on the Jaeger is crap an not as detailed as the stab.

Can anyone email me(or link for ) the install manual for the stab. I cant seem to find it on the internet

thanks

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#8
I've got an Echostar 3000ip and I'm in the same boat since moving house and leaving my dish/polar mount behind.

Since they support Diseqc 1.0 is it not possible to use an Diseqc H2H motor? Would Diseqc 1.2 motors work ok with a 1.0 receiver or would you have to source a 1.0 model?
 

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I dont think from any source one can get a Echostar 3000IP firmwar to move a DiSeQc motor

1.2 is the designation for a motor - 1.0 simply means four seperate inputs using a DiSEqC switch

I stand to be corrected though
 

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The motor that I use will operate under DdiseqC 1.0, but it only gives four positions, possibly not worth while.
 

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That's OK TT, you can post the link, I'd be interested to see the unit.
 

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Dont settle for less - go for the whole arc!
 

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#15
I'd certainly agree with you CH, having said that though, I would doubt that I watch more than three satellites on a regular basis, 1W, 30W and 19.2E.
 
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I tend to agree with you rolfw, with my old setup I never really did much more than 19.2e, 13e and 1w (couldn't get 30w 'cos of a tree).

That adds up to 4, would anyone like to strongly suggest any other sats that I should be looking at on a regular basis?
 
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