Thrane & Thrane: New Satellite TV Antenna

Press Release
Tuesday, February 12, 2013

Thrane & Thrane launched a maritime Satellite TV antenna at SMM 2012. SAILOR 100 Satellite TV offers a number of innovations including multi-polarisation and a programmable LNB to ensure worldwide TV reception.
 

The SAILOR 100 Satellite TV was designed, developed and manufactured by Thrane & Thrane’s engineers  to include single cable installation. It also features a rotary joint to eliminating the need for cable unwrap when the vessel turns. With a 103 cm dish and advanced 3 axis structure, the antenna balances size and performance. It comes as standard with a touch screen terminal to handle setup, service and management, and features a Graphical User Interface.
 

www.thrane.com
 

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