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Product Image Digiwave AR-500plus Programmable HDTV Antenna Rotator OTA

Digiwave AR-500plus Programmable HDTV Antenna Rotator OTA

$169.95


Product Features:
  • CONTROL UNIT
  • Compatible With Most Universal Remote Controls (including satellite)
  • Non-Volatile Memory – Holds Locations During Power Failures
  • Automatic Synchronization Ensures Pinpoint Position Accuracy
  • Direct Access via TV Channel Number or Digital Compass Location
  • Unobtrusive Control Blends With Any Décor
  • DRIVE UNIT
  • One-Piece Cast Aluminum Housing
  • Heavy-Duty Rotator Motor
  • Wind-Tested Brake Pads
  • Durable Powder-Coat Paint Finish
  • Precision-Cut Gear System
  • Built-In Steel Thrust Bearings
  • With 12 channels memory station keys, 2 digital displays:1 for channel station indicator, 1 for direction indicator. 
  • Manual key controls rotation to antenna.
  • Power operation returns to o automatically. 
  • One touch choice. 
  • Memory function continues to function when power is off. 
  • Operation with infrared remote control and manual. Remote range is the same as for TV, about 10 meters. 
  • Learn key: have the function to measure the time of driver running at one cycle.

Model#

AR-500 plus

POWER SOURCE

120VAC, 60HZ, 26W

MOTOR

18VAC

ROTATION

360 °± 10°WITH MECHANICAL STOP

ROTATION TORQUE

182 kg-cm (160LBS-IN) MIN.

ROTATION TIME

80 SEC.

VERTICAL LOAD

36 Kg (99 LBS) MAX.

MASTER SIZE

28 ~ 44.5 mm (11/3 ~ 1 ¾”) DIAMETER

CABLE

3 CORD

DIMENSION (mm)

300x200x185 (GIFT BOX)

WEIGHT (g)

3900 (INCLUDING GIFT BOX)

Additional Information:

A Rotor or Rotator is a mast-mounted, motor-driven device that permits the TV viewer to conveniently rotate (orient) the outdoor antenna in any direction to optimize reception of a desired TV channel. A rotor should be considered when TV signals are being derived from broadcast towers in different directions and a single antenna cannot accommodate all locations.
 
 A rotator consists of two parts: 1) an indoor control unit, and 2) an outdoor drive unit. The two are connected via a multi-conductor wire that carries the voltage and control signals from the indoor unit to the outdoor drive unit.