B2-303S-REMAN

Intellian i3 US HD System w/14.6" Dish & North Americas LNB - Remanufactured

Intellian i3 US HD System w/14.6" Dish & North Americas LNB -           Remanufactured
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i3 US HD System w/14.6" Dish & North Americas LNB - *Remanufactured
Part #: B2-303S

Features:
  • Receives KU and KA bands.
  • Dish Network - uses KU and gets both Standard Definition (SD) and High Definition (HD) from the KU band sat.
  • Direct TV - uses KU for SD and KA for HD
  • Crystal clear, high quality satellite TV in motion or at anchor
  • Built-in HD Module for Ku-Band HD
  • Easy Installation & outstanding reliability
  • Compatible with leading satellite TV service providers in US and Canada
  • High signal Gain
  • Best performing 15 inch antenna for seamless TV viewing in North & South America
  • Optimal signal reception, high tech parabolic antenna technology
  • Automatic Satellite Switching (TriSat) function
  • Built-in Pre-programmed global satellite library
  • Wide Range Search (WRS) algorithm
  • Faster signal acquisition
  • Built-in GPS and NMEA 0183 GPS interface
  • Enhanced acquisition speed & performance
  • Dynamic Beam Tilting (DBT) Technology
  • High speed sub-reflector quietly tracks signal
  • Aluminum Components
  • System strength even in rough seas and heavy weather

All US and Canada Satellite Systems include the following parts as standard:
  • Antenna & Radome 14.6" (37 cm) Dish & North Americas LNB
  • ACU (Antenna Control Unit)
  • Built-in HD Module for Ku-Band HD (when available)
  • Built-in GPS and NMEA 0183 GPS interface
  • Built-in Pre-programmed global satellite library
    • Cable Kit:
    • 49ft (15 m) x 1EA Antenna-ACU RG6 Coaxial Cables
    • 10ft (3 m) x 1EA ACU-IRD RG6 Coaxial Cables
    • 33ft (10 m) x 1EA DC ACU Power Cable
    • 6ft (1.8 m) x 1EA PC Serial Cable

  • PC Controller Program (Software CD included)
  • Installation & Operation Manual
  • Installation Template
  • Quick Installation Guide
  • 1 Years Warranty Parts/30 Day Labor
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Intellian i3 US HD System w/14.6" Dish & North Americas LNB -           Remanufactured B2-303S-REMAN INTELLIAN I3 14.6 HD SATELLITE TV DISH/NA REMANUFACTURED
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