Intellian i3 US System w/14.6" Reflector & North Americas LNB - *Remanufactured

Intellian i3 US System w/14.6" Reflector & North Americas LNB - *Remanufactured
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i3 US System w/14.6" Reflector & North American LNB - *Remanufactured

The Intellian i3 provides superior tracking performance and efficiency
compared to antenna systems in similar size. With its stylish dome, the i3
is ideal for boats over 25 feet. The i3 brings boaters the excitement and
variety of satellite TV programs while the vessels are traveling around
coastal or blue water.

You will never have to compromise on reception or quality. The i3 offers the
highest signal strength available along with Intellian patented innovations,
Wide Range Search (WRS) and Dynamic Beam Tilting (DBT) technologies.
Therefore, the i3 can always offer the most precision tracking capabilities
and superior satellite signal reception while the vessel is cruising at high
speed or in rough sea conditions.

The most innovative design of i3 is the integrated smart HD and TriSat
modules in the antenna control unit (ACU) which allows boaters to access
their favorite HDTV channels from leading satellite TV service providers
freely just like they are used to do at home. Combined with the new built in
WiFi enables simple one-touch upgrades using the Aptus App.

The i3 brings you trouble-free installation and operation with its single
cable design between the antenna and the control unit. With the Intellian
MIM, boaters can enjoy changing Dish Network HD channels with automatic
satellite switching just like a home system. See the installation guide of
DISH Network MIM for further details. Plus, the Intellian i3 has a built-in
GPS system to enhance satellite acquisition time and accuracy. For DirecTV
users the Intellian i3 offers the full range of SD channels, upgrade to the
Intellian s6HD for HD programing from DirecTV.

i3 US HD System w/14.6" Reflector & North Americas LNB


Fully Automated System
  • Automatic satellite search and identification function
  • 2-axis step motor for manipulating the pedestal

High Quality Antenna
  • 14.6 inch (37 cm) diameter of parabola-type antenna for receiving
    Ku-Band (10.7 ~ 12.75GHz) satellite signal
  • LHCP/RHCP or Horizontal/Vertical polarization
  • Enabling powerful signal gain

Superior Dynamic Tracking
  • Dynamic Beam Tilting (DBT) using a rotating sub-reflector with high
    speed BLDC motor

Fastest Search Algorithm
  • Wide Range Search (WRS) algorithm
  • Statistical search algorithm ensures rapid signal lock

DVB (Digital Video Broadcasting) Signal Identification
  • High speed identification employing a DVB decoder
  • QPSK demodulator lock for DSS signals

Built-in GPS System
  • Embedded GPS, which allows for the system to upload the GPS data
    automatically into the system

New Antenna Control Unit
  • Easy satellite information change and update via WiFi using the
    Aptus App
  • Easy antenna status check and automatic diagnosis
  • Easy antenna control using Aptus graphical control App
  • Reliable power supply to the antenna and to the MIM module
  • Embedded HD module and TriSat function

Easy Installation
  • Single cable from the ACU to the antenna

All Satellite Systems include the following parts as standard:
  • Antenna & Radome 14.6" Reflector & North American LNB
  • ACU (Antenna Control Unit) with WiFi connection for upgrades
  • 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
  • Aptus App, downloadable
  • Installation & Operation Manual
  • Installation Template
  • Quick Installation Guide
  • 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
    • 1yr warranty parts/30 day labor
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