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Moteck SG2100A H H
Satellite Dish Motor
The new Moteck SG-2100 A is an
upgraded verson to the SG 2100 motor,
35% faster and quieter. Specially designed
for receivers with DiSEqC 1.2/USALS, the DG2100 H-H is able to drive dishes up
to 1.1m. or 1.2m alloy dishes. Everything is controlled via only one
coaxial cable, the motor has Manual east/west buttons for easy
installation of moving the satellite dish, there is also a LED power
indicator to tell you if you have power and a good voltage going to the motor
with its green, red, orange traffic light system.
The Moteck SG2100A is the same motor
as the Technomate TM2200 super DiSEqC with High efficiency design -
Compact structure - Ultra Low noise motor.
Here is how you connect the motor
Moteck SG2100 Satellite Dish
Do I need a separate power line
to connect to the Moteck SG-2100A Satellite Motor?
No. The motor gets its power from the receiver using the same coaxial
cable running from the receiver to the LNB on the dish. You simply disconnect
the cable from the LNB. Connect it to the Moteck SG-2100 HH Motor. Then run a
short coaxial cable between the motor and the LNB. You are set.
How do I control the motor to
move it East / West?
The motor is controlled by the receiver's remote control. All receivers
compliant with the DiSEqC 1.2, 1.3, or USALS protocol have the capability to
run a Moteck SG-2100AHH motor. Once you initially setup the motor on the
satellite arc and store the locations of the satellites, you will be able to
move between satellites by simply changing the channel.
Does the motor also adjust for
variation in elevation on the dish for each satellite?
Yes it does.
Do I need to skew the LNB on a
No you don't. Just set the skew at 0 and the motor will tilt the whole dish
when it moves.
What is the benefit from
motorising my dish?
Well, by adding a motor to your system you will be able to receive satellite
channels from several satellites instead from one only. That way you will gain
many more channels economically without investing in many dishes and switches.
Where can I find out what
channels are available free to air?
There are many free to air channels and hobby channels available in the
UK and Europe on satellites such as Astra 19 east, Hotbird 13 east, Thor
1west, Hispasat 30west etc. There are channels from the UK and from
around Europe See
http://www.lyngsat.com for a complete listing of what is available.
Anything with an F designation is FREE TO AIR.