Inverto Black Ultra Twin
Inverto Black Ultra Twin it’s a high gain, low noise 40mm PLL Lnb.
Inverto’s high-performance Ultra Lnbs were specifically designed to address the need for superior reception under the edges of the satellite footprint, small dish sizes or long coaxial cables. Thanks to its new feed horn design and superior front-end components, this lnb provides higher conversion gain yet with low noise figure and the best phase noise performance. The combination of innovative feed horn design, higher spec components, excellent cross polarization isolation and advanced filter design enables improved handling of interfering and spurious signals.
This lnb provides a leap in the overall reception performance compared with standard Lnbs, enabling the reception of signals from one satellite, its distribution to two Set Top Boxes with single tuner or one with dual/twin tuner, and is ready for Ultra High Defenition TV transmissions in 4K or 8K resolution. Designed to meet strict specifications and manufactured to the highest industry standards, this unique range of LNBs is an ideal solution for installations with challenging reception conditions.
New feed horn design
Superior phase noise performance
DVB-S2X compliant supporting Ultra HD ( 4K and 8K ) TV
Excellent Cross Polarization Isolation
Very low spurious levels
Superior noise figure with high conversion gain
High 4G immunity
- Low band input frequency range: 10.7 GHz ~ 11.7 GHz
- Low band output frequency range: 950 MHz ~ 1950 MHz
- Low band LO frequency: 9.75 GHz
- High band input frequency range: 11.7 GHz ~ 12.75 GHz
- High band output frequency range: 1100 ~ 2150 MHz
- High band LO frequency: 10.6 GHz
- Noise figure: 0.2 dB typ. (0.7 dB max.)
- LO temperature drift: ± 2.0 MHz max.
- LO initial accuracy: ± 1.0 MHz max.
- LO phase noise @ 1 kHz: -70 dBc/Hz
- LO phase noise @ 10 kHz: -80 dBc/Hz
- LO phase noise @ 100 kHz: -90 dBc/Hz
- LO phase noise @ 1 MHz: -100 dBc/Hz
- Conversion gain: 60 ~ 70 dB
- Gain ripple (over 26 MHz bandwidth): 1 dB max. (peak-to-peak)
- Gain variation (over full band): 4 dB max. (peak-to-peak)
- Image rejection: 50 dB min.
- 3th order intermodulation - ICP3: +10 dBm min
- 1 dB compression point (@ output): 0 dBm min.
- Cross polarization isolation: 22 dB min.
- Control signal Ca (V): 10.0 V ~ 14.0 V
- Control signal Cb (H): 16.0 V ~ 20.0 V
- Control signal Cc (band switching): 22 kHz ± 4 kHz
- Output VSWR: 2.0 : 1 max.
- In band spurious level: -65 dBm max.
- Current consumption: 150 mA max. (10 VDC ~ 20 VDC)
- Operating temperature: -30 °C ~ +60 °C
- Output impedance: 75 Ω (F-type)
- Output connector type: F-Type (female)
- Weight: 127.5 g
- Packaging dimensions (W x D x H): 13.2 cm x 8 cm x 5.7 cm
- Packaging weight: 0.275 Kg
What is an LNB and a Feedhorn?
A LNB, Low Noise Block (also called an LNC- Low Noise Converter), it is used for communications (broadcast) satellite reception. The LNB is usually affixed either in or on the satellite dish and its purpose is to collect and amplify the satellite signal received from the dish and then down convert the signal to lower more manageable IF frequency which can then be carried over standard coaxial cabling to the receiver.
The feedhorn is a part of the LNB and works like a directional horn. Its function is to capture the signals reflected from the dish and to shield the LNB from receiving extraneous radiation from other sources. These collected signals are then passed form the horn to the electronics within the LNB.
- Stock: In Stock
- Model: IDLT-TWL412-ULTRA-OPN
- Weight: 0.35kg
- Dimensions: 15.00cm x 10.00cm x 8.00cm