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2 Way Satellite Splitter

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Overview

Product overview

• Feed two satellite receivers from a single LNB
• Not as flexible as twin LNB as does not allow channel switching
• Dual power passthrough
• Frequency range of 5Mhz to 2Ghz
• Screw terminals for earthing

Feed two receivers from a single LNB. One of the outputs has DC pass, and the receiver connected to this supplies power to the LNB. In the case of most systems, this ‘master’ receiver will also select polarity, and thus determine the channels available to the slave receiver. Although an inexpensive method of running two receivers from a single dish, it is not as flexible as a twin LNB which allows two receivers to select channels of either polarity independently. Frequency range: 5MHz to 2GHz. To protect one receiver (and its user) if a fault should develop in the other, this splitter has screw terminals for earthing.

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Type:

Satellite Splitter

I'd like to split a satellite output into two feeds, one to a TV with its own tuner and one to a Freesat box. Neither cable will be used for recording and they will not be watched at the same time. Will I be able to change channels on both tuners?

Asked by: Impos2004
Unfortunately this is not possible, you would need 2 cables from the satellite.
Answered by: Dale
Date published: 2017-09-30

I HAVE ONE LINE INTO THE HOUSE BUT LIKE TO RUN A HUMAX BOX THAT HAS TWIN RECEIVERS FOR WATCH ONE CHANNEL AND RECORD ANOTHER AT SAME TIME/ OR RECORD TWO CHANNELS - WILL THIS SPLITTER DO THIS?

Asked by: JIWER
Unfortunately this would not work for your intended use.
Answered by: Billy
Date published: 2017-04-02
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