This is the smallest HH motor in the market today. High quality and excellent performance. Works with all DiSEqC 1.2, 1.3, USALS or “Goto X” compliant receivers.
Made in Italy
See owner’s manual here!
The HH90 motor is a new design, and unique compared to the existing HH100 and HH120 motors. The motor is ideal for dishes up to 95cm in size (22LBS in weight). The rotation speed has been improved by 25%. This is due to the “universal” nature of its design. Historically, motors have been better suited for the European style dish-mounts, which utilize U-bolts to attach to the mounting pole. The HH90 motor can be easily installed with both European style and North American style dish-mounts. This means consumers can buy the HH90 motor with confidence knowing that it will be compatible with their dish up to 95cm in size.Of course, the HH90 motor also uses STAB’s proprietary USALS technology making installation easy and reliable. All of our receivers are compatible with the USALS standard.Once the satellite positions have been programmed in the system, the STAB HH Motor returns the dish to exactly the correct location when you switch channels.NOTE: Tighten all the coaxial cable connections only by hand. Using a wrench may over-tighten the connections, causing damage. Such damage is not covered by the Limited warranty.
This motor will work with the following dishes among others:
- Geosatpro 36″ dishes
- Does not work with Winegard dishes.
- Will fit on pole size up to 2 5/8″ diameter
- Motor shaft size: 1 5/8″ (42mm) fits most dishes.
The principal of a motorized system is that the dish moves from east to west to track the satellites positioned along the Clarke belt.This is a DiSEqC 1.2 and USALS compliant motor mount. It utilizes a data stream passed up the LNB co-axial lead to the mount. Only one co-axial cable (the one that goes to the LNBF) is needed for installation. Maxintelligence precision calibration allows the motor to go to the satellite accurately every time.
|Operating protocol||DiSEqC 1.2, USALS|
|Maximum antenna diameter||95 cm (37″)|
|Maximum antenna weight||10 Kg (22 lbs)|
|Pole support diameter||Dia 35 to 68mm|
|Antenna support length||145 mm (5.5″)|
|Antenna support diameter||42 mm (1 5/8″)|
|Rotation angle||±65 °|
|Rotation speed||2.4°/s (18V);1.5°/s (13V)|
|Operating power supply||13 / 18 Vdc|
|Consumption in stand-by||40 mA|
|Consumption in stand-by mode||180 mA|
|Consumption in operating mode||350 mA|
|Operating temperature||-40°C ÷ +80°C|
|Maximum relative humidity||100%|
|Programmable positions||49 satellites|
|Programmable positions USALS||no limits|
|Preset positions||28 satellites|
|Connection||Sat coaxial cable|
|Software programmable limits||From 5° a 65°|
|Fine tuning||Impulse 0.1°|
|Inclination on the pole||From 10° a 70°|
|Weight||2.6 Kg (5.5 lbs)|
No extra lines needed. HH Motor gets its power and signal from the
same RG6 coaxial cable going to the LNBF.
NOTE: Tighten all the coaxial cable connections only by hand. Using a wrench may over-tighten the connections, causing damage. Such damage is not covered by the Limited warranty.
- Installation involves setting up your motor to track the satellites along the Clarke belt east to west.
- Incorrect alignment usually results in the motor only tracking part of the arc and only a few of the available satellites being received. See more information about installation here!
- HH motor motor general installation instructions!
- Click here to see a sample installation!
Do I need a separate power line to connect to the HH Motor?
No. The motor gets its power from the receiver using the same coaxial cable running from the receiver to the LNBF on the dish. You simply disconnect the cable from the LNBF. Connect it to the HH Motor. Then run a short coaxial cable between the motor and the LNBF. Make sure to turn the receiver OFF whenever you disconnect or connect the coaxial cable to the motor or LNBF. Use the Power ON/OFF switch on the back of the receiver.
How do I control the motor to move it East / West?
The motor is controlled by the receiver’s remote control. All receivers compliant with the DiSEqC 1.2, 1.3, or USALS protocol have the capability to run an HH motor. Once you initially setup the motor on the satellite arc and store the locations of the satellites, you will be able to move between satellites by simply changing the channel.
Does the motor also adjust for variation in elevation on the dish for each satellite?
Yes it does.
Do I need to skew the LNBF on a motorized dish?
No you don’t. Just set the skew at 0 and the motor will tilt the whole dish when it moves.
|Motor is not moving at all.||
|Motor not tracking Clarke Belt (satellite ARC) correctly.||
|Motor is not able to move back from farthest East or West towards the center.||
|DiSEqC Switches||If you are going to use an HH Motor and a DiSEqC switch, we recommend you position the DiSEqC switch after the Motor as follows:Receiver —– HH Motor —– DiSEQC switch —- LNBFs
If you place the DiSEqC switch between the Receiver and the HH Motor, it will impact the performance and operation of the HH Motor.
|Other problem not listed here.||See users forum and post your question there: Sadoun HH Motor Forums|
What is the benefit from motorizing my dish?
Well, by adding a motor to your system you will be able to receive satellite channels from several satellites instead from one only. That way you will gain many more channels economically without investing in many dishes and switches.
Where can I find out what channels are available free to air?
There are many free to air channels available in North America on satellites such as Galaxy 10R, AMC4, Telstar 5, AMC3, etc. There are channels from the USA and from around the world. See http://www.lyngsat.com/america.shtml for a complete listing of what is available. Anything with an F designation is FREE TO AIR.