LNBs

Primesat Platinum single, twin, quad, quatro and octo 0.1dB LNBs.
Ultimate performance LNB with 2 year warranty.
A high performance 0.1dB LNB. This LNB is ideal for low signal areas. Suitable for HD. Suitable for 3D. Suitable for 4K.White is an excellent colour for an LNB for two reasons. The first is it looks better. When looking up at a satellite dish,there is mostly a light or cloudy sky and so white against the sky blends in very well. The second reason is more technical.White keeps the LNB's internal heat in during the winter and in the summer white reflects the external heat from the sun.This keeps the LNB cooler and results in less extreme temperature cycling. Temperature cycling should be kept to a minimumfor performance to be maintained. A white cap is even more important as it reflects the suns heat (which can focus on the cap)and prevent a hole from burning through the cap. If there was a hole in the cap the spiders can crawl in and block the signal.Only the TV signal should go through the cap, not the heat. In addition, there are better connections due to gold connectors.This is highly recommended professional quality product.

Specifications,Universal LNBs. Input -Low Band 10.7-11.7GHz,High Band 11.7-12.75GHz.Output -Low Band 950-1950MHz,High Band 1100-2150MHz.Local Oscillator Frequencies -Low Band 975GHz,High Band 10600.Noise and Gain -Noise 0.1dB,Gain 50dBs.
Platinum single - 0.1dB - PS-01Platinum twin - 0.1dB - PT-01
Platinum quad - 0.1dB - PQ-01Platinum octo - 0.1dB - PO-01

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Inverto c120 flange twin, quad and quatro LNBs
The Inverto range of c120 flange LNBs is a very well established range throughout Europe and beyond. They have an excellent reputation and with their high output, they also work well on longer cable runs. We now package all of our dishes that use feedhorns with these LNBs. (Please read our FAQ number 3 regarding LNB noise figures.)

Inverto Black-Pro c120 single 0.2dB universal IS120-02
Inverto Black-Pro c120 twin 0.2dB universal IT120-02
Inverto Black-Pro c120 quad 0.2dB universal IQ120-02
Inverto Black Pro c120 quatro 0.2dB IM120-02

Inverto Black Ultra 40mm LNBs,
Many forums are now finding this LNB to be the ultimate product for the low signalreception of the Via Sat systems. Check out the forums and read about how good this LNB is.If this LNB is used on other satellites as well it will provide ultimate performance.Inverto are one of the oldest manufactuers of LNBs in Europe and they have used their vastexperience to produce a range of LNBs to the very highest of standards in low noise performance.Some manufacturers can achieve low noise levels at certain frequencies but the trick is to achieve lownoise levels over a wide range of frequencies. Inverto are very effective at this approach.Highly recommended. Pull down section shelters connections from water. (Please read our FAQ number 3 regarding LNB noise figures.)

Black Ultra Single 0.2dB universal
Black Ultra Twin 0.2dB universal
Black Ultra Quad 0.2dB universal
Black Ultra Quatro 0.2dB universal

Inverto Monoblocks,
Inverto black pro single 6 degree
Inverto black pro quad 6 degree
Inverto black pro single 4.3 degree
Inverto black pro single 3 degree
Inverto black pro twin 3 degree

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Triax KA Band twin LNB. TKAT

40mm clamp fixing Ideal for the Irish HD TV service and other KA band applications. Quality Triax brandname

Ideal for the Irish KA band satellite systemSpecifications - Input frequencies 19.7 - 20.2 Ghz, Output frequencies 1500 -1000 MHz, LO frequency 21.2 GHz, Noise 1.7dB,(Noise figures at KA band 19GHz are always higher than at Ku band 11-12 GHz) gain 55dB Current consumption 180mA max,F/D ration 0.6, load impedance 75 ohmes, 40mm neck, twin output.This LNB has a pull down cover to keep water away from the F connector connections.

We also sell the Triax HDS 110 satellite receiver. This is a low cost HD receiver with Ka (and Ku) band software.It works with Ka band or universal LNBs. It is ideal for use with the Irish channels on Ka band from the satellite at 9E.

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Triax TOL52 Optical LNB

Optical LNBs are needed for long cable runs. If the cable run is over 70m an optical LNB may be needed.A high output LNB like a titanium 0.1dB 2nd edition and very low loss cable is fine up to 70m and perhapseven a little further but certainly for cable runs of 100m + an optical equipment is needed.An optical fibre can be a kilometre long and still have zero loss. The optical fibre LNB works from 12 voltsand so a 220-240V to 24V power supply is included. This supply should be situated as close to the LNB aspossible. Clearly if it is not close the LNB, the 12 volts may be reduced by the time it reached theend of a long cable (due to the voltage drop in the cable). If the LNB does not receive a enough voltage itmay not work correctly. An optical fibre cable connects to the LNB and this can go direct to the electricalinterface or it can be split using optical splitters. Either way it must connect to an optical to electrical interface(called a "Virtual Quad Converter") and there are two types. One has a quad output (same as a quad LNB)and the other has a quatro output (same as a quatro LNB). The quad output can feed 4 single tuner satellitereceivers or two twin tuner satellite receivers. The quatro interface ("Virtual Quatro Converter") feeds intoa multiswitch and then as many outputs as are needed can then be provided by the correct multiswitch.Multiswitches can have up to 48 outputs but more than one multiswitch can be used if more than 48 outputsare required. Optical fibre cable is difficult to terminate without the correct tool and so it is best to orderpre-made optical cables with the connectors already fitted. Make sure the pre-made cable is long enough for thejob! Too long is not a problem as there is zero loss. It is also possible to overload the electrical interface and so anoptical attenuator should be fitted. This is needed if only one optical fibre cable runs from the LNB directly to theinterface ("virtual converter"). It may not be needed if optical splitters are being used as they may provide sufficientattenuation. Our technical department can provide advice on balancing the system's gain and attenuation levels.Specifications - Input Frequency: 10.7-12.75 GHz (Ku Band). Output Frequency: 950-5.45 GHzModulated Laser Output: 1310nm. Noise Figure Typical at 25C: 0.5dBMax & Min Gain: 72-62dB Phase Noise: 1 KHz -55dBc/Hz, 10KHz -80dBc/Hz, 100KHz -100dBc/Hz, 1MHz -110dBc/Hz

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