Seaview Mounts for the New Intellian i5

Posted by Eric Haun
Tuesday, January 05, 2016
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Seaview, a designer and manufacturer of mounting solutions for marine electronics, announced today its mounting options for the new Intellian i5 satellite dome, including mounting solutions for the complete range of Satellite TV and Communication products. The Seaview mounting options currently available for the new Intellian i5 satellite dome are listed below.
 
Seaview’s Modular Vertical Mounts have a small mounting base and is the perfect solution with limited space. There are many accessories available for this mount such as light bars, spreader kits and wedges. These accessories can be added at any point due to the modular design. The hollow mast section allows for easy cable management.
 
Seaview’s Low Profile Adapters are suited for installations where space is limited due to their small mounting bases. All models feature a center channel for easy cable management. 0-12 degree concentric wedges are available to use with these when mounting on any off-angle.
 
Seaview’s Dual Mounts are also part of the Seaview modular mount product group. There are many accessories available for these modular mounts such as light bars, spreader kits and wedges. These accessories can be added at any point due to the modular design. The hollow mast section allows for easy cable management. Depending on the specific dual mount, the lower platforms are pre-drilled for either close dome radars up to 24 inches or open array radars up to 4.5 feet.
 
Seaview’s Modular Power Mounts for satdomes are available in 5-, 12- or 18-inch-tall models. These mounts are designed with space saving in mind. The modular design allows for the addition of various accessories, such as complete tapered spreader kits, light bars, hinges and wedges.
 

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