B2-403S-REMAN

Intellian i4 US HD System w/17.7" Dish & North Americas LNB Remanufactured

Intellian i4 US HD System w/17.7" Dish & North Americas LNB             Remanufactured
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Intellian i4 Overview - Remanufactured

With its rugged, reliable and durable design, the Intellian i4/i4P provides the most outstanding performance to stay locked in. It connects boaters to the premium satellite TV entertainment they want while vessels are cruising at high speed or in rough sea conditions. The i4's stylish and polished dome design makes it perfect for boats over 50 feet.

With its patent pending innovations in Wide Range Search (WRS) and Dynamic Beam Tilting (DBT) technologies, the i4 can achieve the most precise tracking performance and highest signal reception without the need of a fragile or superfluous motion sensor. An embedded GPS system can speed up satellite search and acquisition time.

The revolutionary design feature of the i4 is that it has the intelligent built-in HD and TriSat modules in its control unit. This offers boaters High Definition satellite TV broadcasts from leading satellite TV service providers without any extra conversion tools and cable wiring. With Intellian MIM, boaters can enjoy flipping channels through automatic satellite switching just like a home system. See the installation guide of DISH Network MIM for further details.

For easy and flexible installation and operation, the i4 supports standard dual and quad IRD connections with its single cable design between the antenna and the antenna control unit (ACU). This simple and powerful system is manufactured in compliance with the most rigorous quality verification of ISO 9001:2001.

i4 US HD System w/17.7" Dish & North Americas LNB - *Remanufactured

Features

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

    High Quality Antenna
  • 45 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) by rotating sub-reflector with high speed BLDC motor.

    Fastest Search Algorithm
  • Wide Range Search (WRS) algorithm.
  • Statistical search algorithm.

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

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

    Built-in Auto Skew Angle Control System (i4P only)
  • Automatically change the skew position to the optimal skew angle all times to ensure maximum level of satellite signal level.

    New Antenna Control Unit
  • Easy satellite information change and update.
  • Easy antenna status check and automatic diagnosis.
  • Easy antenna control using PC interface.
  • Reliable power supply to the antenna.
  • Embedded HD module and TriSat function.
  • Easy InstallationSingle cable from the ACU to the antenna.

    1 Year Warranty parts/30 day labor

    All US and Canada Satellite Systems include the following parts as standard:
  • Antenna & Radome 17.7" (45 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
  • PC Controller Program (Software CD included)
  • 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
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    Intellian i4 US HD System w/17.7" Dish & North Americas LNB             Remanufactured B2-403S-REMAN INTELLIAN I4 17.7 HD SATELLITE ANTENNA DISH/NA REMANUFACTURE
    $2731.24
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