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Dish Network DishPRO DP34
for New or Factory remanufactured - Whichever available)
3 Orbital Locations, 4 Tuner Outputs DP34 Switch Features
NOTE: Will not work with DishPro Plus LNBFs. For these type of LNBFs, you will need the DPP33 or DPP44 switch.
DP34 Switch Features
- The first switch in the new DISH Pro Technology series of LNBFs and switches.
- Three inputs for use with up to three orbital locations.
- Four outputs for connections up to four tuner inputs.
- Three "trunk" connections, to "trunk" to another DP34 Switch.
- Does not require power insertion.
- Can be used indoors or outdoors.
- DishPro switches may be cascaded 3 switches deep and
are DiSEqC Compatible.
- Can only be used with DISH Pro LNBFs (DISH Pro Twin LNBF for two orbital locations (110° and 119°), DISH Pro Twin LNBF with a DISH Pro Single LNBF for three orbital locations or up to three DISH Pro Single LNBFs).
- When used with a DISH Pro Twin, the LNBF operates in its default state: one port provides 110° and one port provides 119°. Either port of the DISH Pro Twin can be connected to any two LNBF ports of the DP34 Switch.
- Tuner Outputs: DISH 301 and DISH 501 have one tuner, and would use one DP34 tuner output; DISH 721 has two tuners, and would use two DP34 tuner outputs.
- Up to three DP34 Switches can be "trunked" together, for connections up to twelve tuner inputs (12 single-tuner receivers (DISH 301 or DISH 501), or a combination of single-tuner receivers and two-tuner receivers (DishPVR 721).
- There must be at least one DISH Pro receiver (or a legacy receiver with a DISH Pro Adapter) connected to the switch at all times to provide power. The receiver can be connected to any receiver port on the DP34 Switch.
- DISH Pro Installations can support up to 200' RG-6 cable lengths, from the LNBFs to the furthest receiver. DP34 Switches can be placed anywhere in the installation, but placement closer to the receivers is recommended.
- Two styles of DP34 Switches will be sold. Both switches provide identical features and functionality, but have different exterior cosmetics.
- A "legacy" receiver (non-DISH Pro receivers, released before DISH 301) can be connected to a DISH Pro DP34 Switch, when used with a DISH Pro Adapter.
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