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Satman17

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I'm looking for the above piece of kit, can anyone help me ?
 

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I'm looking for the above piece of kit, can anyone help me ?


good luck, the only chance you might have is someone having an old one in a shed or something or E*** but they are very rare nowadays
 

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Why do you need this?
It has a problem with Skew if you get outside +/- 10 degrees, and is generally out-dated.
A H-H (DiSEqC) motor would be cheaper, higher performing and easier to obtain.
But perhaps there's a reason for the request?
 

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It's useful for tracking things that don't require slew, such as WiFi.
 

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It's useful for tracking things that don't require slew, such as WiFi.



A radio mast rotator would be easier to find though it does require a second cable to the roof.
 

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Also could be used for DVB-T antenna in case if there are several transmitting tower in range.
Or, for remote control surveillance camera.
 

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Also could be used for DVB-T antenna in case if there are several transmitting tower in range.
Or, for remote control surveillance camera.

I use mine for both Rimants :).
DSCN7000.JPG DSCN7001.JPG
 

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I once had an IRTE multisat where the LNB moved across a bar driven by worm gear. It was OK for what it was, but 2 years later the damn thing broke. What a load of rubbish!
 

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Ah I remember that moving LNB thing!
 

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I remember reading about the moving LNB in an old issue of What Sat. Never saw one for real though.
 

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