The World’s Smallest Dual Output LNBF
The GEOSATpro SL2 Bullet LNBF is the smallest two output Ku-band LNBF available in the world! GEOSATpro technicians incorporated the latest in microelectronic technology to design and produce this innovative high performance twin LNBF. Independent isolated outputs prevent interference between multiple receivers. The small bullet size housing will not compromise signal reception. CAD technology incorporates the scalar within the feedhorn for exceptional reception characteristics. You will not find a higher performance FSS LNBF anywhere. Provides higher Signal Quality and is more stable than any competitor product.
Design and manufacturing agreements assure that the unique and high performance SL2 LNBFs are exclusively available through authorized GEOSATpro distributors.
OEM manufacturing of a Standard type with LO 10750 or Universal type with LO 9750/10600 type is available to provide your company with branded distribution opportunities. Please contact Satellite AV to learn more about worldwide or regional distribution.
|I/P Frequency Range||11.7 ~ 12.75GHz|
|O/P Frequency||950 ~ 2000MHz|
|L.O. Stability||+/-3MHz (-40°C ~ +60°C)|
|L.O. Phase Noise||<-50 dBc @ 1KHz offset|
<-80 dBc @ 10KHz offset
<-95 dBc @ 100KHz offset
|Output||75 ohms F-female type connector|
|Conversion Performance @ 25°C|
|Noise Figure||0.4dB (Typ)|
|Cross Polarization||25dB (Typ)|
|Image Rejection||40dB (Min)|
|Conversion Gain||60dB (Typ)|
|Gain Flatness||+/-0.5dB / 26 MHz, 8dB over each IF band|
|Current Consumption||170mA (200 mA Max)|
|Operating Voltage||Vertical: 10.5 – 14.0 VDC|
Horizontal: 16.0 – 20.0 VDC
|Working temp/humidity||-30°C ~ +60°C 0 ~100%|
|Length||5 inches (12.5mm)|
|Weight||4.1 ounces (116.2 grams)|
GEOSATpro has partnered with reknown switch manufacturer Ecoda to produce reliable multi-switches for all other switches to be measured against.
This switch does not require a power supply and operates from the LNB power supplied by the satellite receiver.
Two Receivers Connected to Receive a Single Satellite
1 Dual Output LNBF
Three or Four Receivers Connected to Receive a Single Satellite
1 Dual Output LNBF and a 3×4 Multi-Switch
Three or Four Receivers Connected to Receive Two Satellites
2 Dual Output LNBFs and a 22KHz 4×4 Multi-Switch