Despite initial costs when compared to a static dish, a motorised satellite dish has many benefits that will mean your investment will be more than worthwhile. A satellite motor is the most important thing you’ll need to set one up, and with the multitude of brands and types out there it can get confusing.
SystemSAT Stock a Wide Range of Satellite Motors
All SystemSAT satellite motors are designated DiSEqC (Digital Satellite Equipment Control), highlighting their ability to re-position your dish without the need for manual intervention. There are many benefits to automating your satellite dishes movements – it’ll mean that you can access feeds from over 50 different satellites over a 60° arc across the sky. This is a major advantage if you want to access different freeview channels, foreign networks or you just want to track satellites across the sky. Either way, purchasing a satellite motor can be a major benefit.
There are a couple of things you’ll need to be aware of though – if you need help, there are plenty of online resources that you can use to get your motorised satellite dish set up.
The Best Satellite Motor Brands
At SystemSAT, we understand that satellite equipment can be a bit daunting to set up if you’ve never done it before. That’s why the products we stock are all from the most reputable brands and are of the highest quality. We’re passionate about providing you with everything you’ll need to set up a motorised satellite dish, from the satellite motor to the dish itself. For support and technical advice, email our team at firstname.lastname@example.org or call our sales team on 0330 008 0372.
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