Scanstrut Radar Pole Mount 6' Kit f/Raymarine 2kW & 4kW Dome

Scanstrut Radar Pole Mount 6' Kit f/Raymarine 2kW & 4kW Dome
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Scanstrut's SC101 Pole Mount allows installation of your radar or 30cm or 40cm satcom antenna onto the deck or transom of your boat.


  • Adjustable base, able to rotate through 360x and angle from horizontal all the way to vertical
  • Unique pole extrusion accommodates two cable channels with a cover strip to hold cables in place
  • Supplied with two support modules providing maximum fore / aft and sideways bracing
  • Easily removed for racing or winter storage, leaving just low profile base on deck


  • 1.9m / 6.4' recommended for deck mounting
  • 3" diameter pole
  • Base diameter of just 80mm / 3.1"


  • Marine grade 6082 aluminium pole
  • Polyester powder coated for a durable and gloss white finish

Kit includes:

  • 1 x Pole (complete with 2 x cable cover strips)
  • 1 x Adjustable base
  • 1 x Top for radar / satcom antenna
  • 1 x 1200mm / 3.9' deck strut
  • 1 x Rail stand off for 25mm / 1" rail
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Scanstrut Radar Pole Mount 6' Kit f/Raymarine 2kW & 4kW Dome SC101 SCANSTRUT RADAR POLE MOUNT 6' KIT FOR RAYMARINE 2KW AND 4KW
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