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UA – 02

UA – 02



Specifications

Parameter Value
Weight: 15Kg

Rotors

RAS
02 Rotor RAS is a high-strength, designed to run large satellite dishes and comes complete with an electronic control unit. The rotor is designed in such a way that it is possible to assemble “pipe in pipe”, or on an optional adapter plate for mounting in the configuration of a conventional tower. It can also be mounted outside of the tower, mast or wall mounted.
BIG-RAS
009 Rotor BIG RAS is a high-strength, designed to run large satellite dishes and comes complete with an electronic control unit. The rotor is designed in such a way that it is possible to assemble “pipe in pipe”, or on an optional adapter plate for mounting in the configuration of a conventional tower. It can also be mounted outside of the tower, mast or wall mounted.

UA – 01

UA – 01



Specifications

Parameter Value
Weight: 8 Kg

Rotors

RAS
02 Rotor RAS is a high-strength, designed to run large satellite dishes and comes complete with an electronic control unit. The rotor is designed in such a way that it is possible to assemble “pipe in pipe”, or on an optional adapter plate for mounting in the configuration of a conventional tower. It can also be mounted outside of the tower, mast or wall mounted.

ANT3S Stacker

ANT3S Stacker



Switch ANT8 is a device for switching eight antennas. This switch comes with a Waterproof outdoor unit which will be connected the the indoor manual switchable controller. Switch supports two types of controllers PANT8 and PANT8M. Controller PANT8 is digital and work with PC, PANT8M is manual antenna controller.

ROT2Prog

ROT2Prog



Controller ROT2 works with PC computer. Controller can be used with RAS and RAS1 rotors. Additionally works also with all others rotors equipped with pulse type output. Controller is adapted for amateur devices – gear is programmable (for example pulses / degrees). Special software – SpidSat is used for control using PC computer. Controller functions are the same as for Rot1Prog model.

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