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Edision DiseqC 2x1 Switch
The Edision DiseqC 2x1 switch allows to connect up to 2 satellites to 1 receiver.
With quality plastic housing, water-resistant adjustment.
- IN: 2
- OUT: 1
- Frequency: 950 ~ 2400 MHz
- Loss: 3 dB
- Consumption: 15mA
- Max. through current: 500mA
- Resistance: IN/OUT 75 Ohm
- Water resistant housing
What's a DiseqC 2x1 Switch?
A DiSEqC 2x1 switch, is a specific type of DiSEqC switch used in satellite TV systems. The "2x1" designation indicates the switch's capacity to connect two different satellite LNBs (Low-Noise Block converters) or satellite dishes to a single satellite receiver or set-top box. This switch allows you to choose between two different satellite sources and select the one from which you want to receive television channels.
Two Satellite Sources: In a typical setup, you have two satellite dishes or LNBs, each pointing at a different satellite position. This could be useful, for example, if you want to access channels from two different satellite providers or if you have a specific need for channels from two different satellites.
Single Satellite Receiver: The DiSEqC switch 2x1 is connected to a single satellite receiver or set-top box. This receiver is the central control unit for the entire satellite system.
DiSEqC Protocol: Like other DiSEqC switches, the DiSEqC switch 2x1 uses the DiSEqC protocol to communicate with the receiver. The receiver sends a command to the switch to select one of the two available satellite sources.
Selection of Satellite: When you change channels or choose a specific satellite source, the receiver sends a command to the DiSEqC switch 2x1 to activate the corresponding LNB or dish. The switch then directs the signal from the selected LNB to the receiver.
Seamless Channel Switching: The switch allows you to seamlessly switch between channels from different satellites, even though the signals are coming from separate sources.
The "2x1" switch refers to the fact that it has two inputs (two satellite sources) and one output (connected to the receiver). It's a basic version of a DiSEqC switch designed for setups where you need to choose between two satellite sources. If you have more than two satellite sources, you would use a DiSEqC switch with more inputs, such as a 4x1 (four inputs) or an 8x1 (eight inputs), depending on your requirements.
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- Stock: In Stock
- Model: 02-01-0001
- Weight: 0.10kg