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2 Way Satellite Splitter

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Overview

  • Feed two satellite receivers from a single LNB
  • One of the outputs is 'master', supplying power to the LNB
  • Not as flexible as twin LNB as does not allow channel switching

Product overview

• Feed two satellite receivers from a single LNB
• One of the outputs is 'master', supplying power to the LNB
• Not as flexible as twin LNB as does not allow channel switching
• 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.

Rated 3 out of 5 by from It will only do the job for standard definition (SD) channels. I bought the splitter hoping it would allow 2 satellite receivers to get their signals. Unfortunately, this only work for SD channels, not HD channels.
Date published: 2017-01-02
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great product My online order arrived quickly. It was Simple to install and it worked right first time!
Date published: 2016-11-16
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Specification

A splitter designed to

I want to split the signal from one of my sky aerial cables to go to a freeview TV in another room. Will a BM90x do the job safely?

Asked by: Stan S
You cannot use the signal from a Sky satellite dish to receive "FREEVIEW" FREEVIEW is delivered via terrestrial aerial transmission, you would need a rooftop aerial. https://www.freeview.co.uk/#cDR6y4e8ZSouY4tm.97
Answered by: Les
Date published: 2017-12-29

I want to use this for my Freesat+ box, I’m not bothered about recording. It just won’t work unless I have 2 going into the back of it. 

Asked by: Jason
You cannot connect 2 cables from the same LNB feed, it will mess up the attenuation and prevent both from working.
Answered by: Les
Date published: 2017-12-22

WHAT TYPE OF SLITTER DO YOU NEED TO RUN TWO TV'S OFF THE MAIN BOX

Asked by: LEGIN
The question is not clear sorry. Please specify what main box?
Answered by: Dominic
Date published: 2017-10-30

will this work on skybox

Asked by: T6819
No this would not work.
Answered by: Billy
Date published: 2017-09-19

I have one virgin line coming into my router can I split the line so one goes into the router and one goes into another source? Would I still get a broadband signal from the router?

Asked by: Simon
Unfortunately, we are unable to guarantee full compatibility for this item, as this is not the manner for which it was designed to be used.
Answered by: Dominic
Date published: 2017-07-26

Hi, we have a sky q box and do not want to pay £12 per month just to have it in another room, will this LN splitter to the job for us ?

Asked by: stain more duke
No this would not work.
Answered by: Dominic
Date published: 2017-07-06

Hi, I have a single cable from the dish, can I split this feed, one to my Freesat box ( I don't record anything), and the other to my DAB radio ? Thanks Peter

Asked by: Peter57
Yes that would be fine.
Answered by: Billy
Date published: 2017-03-04

Can this splitter be used in reverse, that is to combine the signals from a satellite dish and from a terrestial aerial and feed them into one downlead? At the end of the downlead would be a diplexer to separate the signals again.

Asked by: Dougster77
Unfortunately this item does not support this function
Answered by: Dale
Date published: 2017-02-20
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