New TV 1080P Outdoor Amplified Antenna HD TV Digital Rotor Remote 360°150 Miles

June 23, 2016 - Comment

This is our TV Remote Controlled Rotating Antenna with a built-in rotor, the antenna can turn a 360°degrees using the infrared remote control included with package. This is the perfect solution for any rural or suburban areas. It easily and fast to install, no technical knowledge needed and grabs local channels fast and clearly. It

This is our TV Remote Controlled Rotating Antenna with a built-in rotor, the antenna can turn a 360°degrees using the infrared remote control included with package. This is the perfect solution for any rural or suburban areas. It easily and fast to install, no technical knowledge needed and grabs local channels fast and clearly. It uses PAL connector, maybe you needs to get adapters for US cable connectorsNotes:1.Cannot Receive FM. 2.Manual Rotation By rotating the Fixing Pole.(the fixing pole is prepared by your own.) Brand new Half Assembled VHF/UHF full channel with booster Two directors, two dipoles good receptivity Infrated remote control and electrical controlled rotation Reception range up to 150 miles from broadcast towers High gain & Low noise Solid structure, rain proof Easy to install Channels Frequency(MHz) Gain(dB) Rotation Impedance(Ω) Power VHF1-14 45-230 13 to 45 360° 75 110V±10% UHF21-99 470-860 14 to 45 (Packing List Included) Standard cables:RG-59 use Type ‘F’ connectors Instructions: That would be fine. In return, here are a set of assembly instructions that would make sense to American buyers. A. Slide director loops(5) on front square tube (small holes). Attach with small self taping screws. B. Slide rods(8) into curved plastic arms. Use orange caps to keep insects out. Join front square tube to rear tube using metal splice brackets and screws/nuts. Small pickup loop is slightly larger than director loops. Slide small pickup loop up to splice bracket and secure with screw. Slide long pickup loop on to rear of back tube and secure. Bolt curved pickup loop onto rear of back tube and secure. With smaller screws, attach curved plastic arms to rear square tube, in front of long pickup loop. The two remainging holes will attach the antenna to the rotor assembley. Notice the index pin on the rotor and corresponding hole in the bottom of the rear square tube. C. From the rotor assembly connect two strap leads to bottom of front pickup loop. Connect brown twin lead to bottom of rear pickup loop. Use self taping screws for this. D Use large plastic caps to keep insects out of square tube. Attach rotor assembly, to existing mast, using the installed wing nuts. Feel free to modify or use these instructions as you like.

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