Characteristics: 1.75Ω BS type F outlet. 2. Inside installed micro lamp and buzzer. 3. Input frequency. 950---2250MHz. 4. Min. Input level: -40dBm. 5. Max. Input level: -10dBm. 6. Power supply: 13--18VDC
Technical parameters: Frequency range 0.95GHz-2.15GHz Gain 11dB Sensitivity 7 Micro Volts under conditions of LNB gain 55dB,three carrier C/N of 15dBPower supply DC13-18V LNB gain 52-60dB
User guidance. 1. Installation and operation. 1). Use cable to connect satellite finder port and LNB port. 2). Connect "TO REC" port of finder to satellite receiver. 3). Make sure all above connections all right, turn on power and satellite receiver, micro lamp shines and pointer is swinging around position 1. 4). Adjust antenna azimuth angle and elevation angle to locate antenna accurately towards satellite location. 5). Adjust spiral button on front panel of finder to let pointer swinging around position 5. 6). Adjust antenna position, remnant power and LNB polarized angle until the pointer reaches utmost. Contrarotate spiral button and lower indicating value down until the value is not increasing. 7). Take satellite finder off and connect receiver to LNB. 2. Remarks. 1). In order to avoid the condition that finder reaches always to max value, please dont put finder in front of antenna. 2). While Using high plus LNB (plus value is over 60dB), you can connect an attenuator (attenuation value is 5 dB) between LNB and finder or use 6 meter length RG-59U cable instead of the attenuator. 3). If pointer wobbles all the time, that means the sensitivity is too high. You can clockwise adjust inside S. A spiral button to turn the sensitivity down.
Satellite Finder SF-2100