We’re starting the new year off right with some new TVRO satellite products!!
We’ve just been informed by the factory that these new products have been shipped to us and include the following:
1. Heavy-duty, non-penetration roof mounts specifically designed for our 8-foot, 10-foot, 12-foot and 13.5-foot antennas. Many of you at small tv and radio stations (and industrial units) were asking for these because commercial solutions were prohibitively expensive. No need to break the bank anymore as our non-penetration mounts will be priced under $1,000 USD.
2. Pole adapters and extenders of all sizes. If you got a pole in the ground already but it won’t fit our antenna collars – no problem. Just ask us for the right pole adapter when you purchase an antenna and you will be good to go.
3. Tall poles. Need to install your antenna up the side of a tall building or house? No problem, we will be carrying an assortment of tall poles section and extenders to let you fabricate your own solution up to 30-ft high.
4. 7th generation antennas with stronger and longer collars, thicker gauge steel and multiple pre-drilled LNB strut holes on the panels for easy fine tuning. Moving the entire feed horn by just +/- 0.5 inches will allow you to alter the radiation pattern of your antenna giving you 1-2 dB more power than a simple blind installation.
We expect this shipment to arrive in two weeks and will be updating our website soon. For those who pre-ordered the 12-foot antennas, expect them to ship out in the beginning of February. We are still taking pre-orders, but probably only for one more week before we increase the price.
Now that we’ve got the basics out of the way – structurally sound antennas, poles, mounts and installation hardware – we are moving to the next phase of the tvro revolution: properly engineered controllers, multi-axis motorization and high-efficiency feeds (C, ku, ka – both linear and circular). We hope to get all of this stuff out this year.
Once again, thanks for your business and ongoing support. Without customers like you, I’m afraid the modern TVRO revolution could NOT have taken place and we’d all be stuck watching boring cable and small dish subscriptions!!