UFO X RV

Majestic UFO X RV Digital TV Antenna

Majestic UFO X RV Digital TV Antenna

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The Majestic UFO X RV Digital TV Antenna is packed with powerful technology and supplied with a Wall Plate that has an antenna socket and cigarette plug for RV installation.

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$229.00
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$161.25
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The UFO X RV is the latest in digital technology and high performance for TV Reception in your caravan, Motohome or RV. It has the highest gain of any TV antenna for its tiny 27cm Diameter. It might be small but its packed with powerful technology, supplied with a Wall Plate that has an Antenna socket and Cigarette plug for RV installation.

With technology improving at a rapid pace, and the digital TV roll out, Majestic knew it was time to redevelop the UFO TV antenna and bring the latest in state-of-the-art technology to a new model. The Majestic UFO X is the new replacement to the famous UFO which was over 10 years old in technology and was known globally as the ultimate Marine Antenna with its high gain and compact size. The Majestic engineering team re-developed the UFO X into the UFO X RV specifically designed for the RV industry and to be perfectly matched with the Majestic range of TVs and give you the ultimate in performance especially when you are in the fringe areas outback.

Supplied with a wall Plate that has an antenna socket and Cigarette plug for RV installation.

Features:

  • Accessories Supplied: Wall Plate with Cigarette Socket, Connectors, Manual, 10M Cable
  • Color: White
  • Current Draw @ 12 Volts: 0.1 Amp
  • 27cm Diameter - 9"
  • 30dB Gain
  • Voltage Range: 10.0V to 24VDC
  • Weight: 300gm
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Majestic UFO X RV Digital TV Antenna UFO X RV UFO X RV Digital TV Antenna, 30dB for RV's
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