SG-9120B MOTOR


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SG9120 DiSEqC Motors

Heavy Duty DiSEqC1.2 Satellite Motor with Metal Gear & 42mm Shaft

Most Stable Dish Motor On The Market…  Your Best Choice In HH Dish Mounts…

 

This new model will fit on the Winegard & GeosatPro Satellite Dish Antennas!!!

SG6000 DiSEqC Motor & SG9120 Comparrison | Metal Vs. Plastic Gear

Works great with 90cm and 120cm satellite dish antennas

Still the Stable Mounting and Superior Design as the SG6000

but now with heavy duty metal gear and 50mm tube

Note: DO NOT use a wrench to tighten connectors.  They must be fingher tighten. Using a wrench or any tool to tighten the connectors will break the connectors and damage the motor, which is not covered by warranty.

Powermax SG9120 Heavy Duty Satellite Dish Motor Ku Band Antennas

As you know, the SG6000 DiSEqC motor has been discontinued.  The heavy duty SG9120 is the newest model DiSEqC motor on the market and comes not only with a metal main gear for durability, The B model comes with a 42mm tube to fit the Winegard DS2076 and other popular antennas on the market and still has metal gear inside for durablity and dependablity. 

 

 

-Communication protocol DiSEqC 1.2/1.3 Level
-Maximum dish diameter 120cm
-Diameter of support pole (35 to 68)mm
-Dish support length 145 mm
-Dish support diameter 42 mm
-Starting movement consumption (Max.) 350 mA
-Programmable position ( DiSEqC 1.2) 49 satellites
-Rotation angle 70
-Rotation speed 2.4/s(18V) 1.5/s(13V)
-Operating power supply 13/18 V DC
-Consumption in stand-by mode 40 mA
-Consumption in operating mode 180 mA
-Preset positions (DiSEqC 1.2) 28 satellites

 

Heavy Duty SG9120 With Metal Gears

 


Installation Tips & Help

  • Always install your motor based on your latitude to ensure precise & proper installation.  Use the latitude meter on a motor. 

Free To Air Motor Lattitude Meter | FTA Dish Motor Lat. Meter Marker

  • Always figure out your most southern satellite based on your longitude and use that satellite as a guide to the initial setup of your motor.

What is my Longitude and Latitude? | Find Your Logitude & Latitude Here

  • Use a SF99 signal meter to ensure your motor follows the satellite arc.

SF95 Satellite Finder | Satellite Meter Wholesale Satellite Distributor

Features:

  • Fits dishes up to 1.2m
  • Supplied with 50mm mounting tube to allow stability for installation of most 90cm and 120cm antennas
  • Larger oversized mounting bracket helps with wind resistance
  • 1-year manufacturers warranty
  • DiSEqC 1.2 Compatible
  • USALS Compatible
  • Everything controlled via 1 coaxial cable
  • Ultra low noise
  • Goto X function
  • LED Power Indicator
  • East/West movement button on motor
  • Degree indicator on shaft
  • Mostly steel gears except for shaft gear
  • Pressure treated plastic
  • Hardware Reset button to to allow you to easily reset the motor with a quick touch of a button
Most Stable Dish Motor On The Market…  Your Best Choice In HH Dish Mounts…

How To Install The Satellite Motor

Satellite Dish with Motor Installation Diagram

Do I need to install a separate power line to connect to the automatic HH dish motor mount?

No.  The motor gets powered by the receiver.  The receiver provides power to turn the LNB on and to switch polarity.  The motor consumes the same power through thecoaxial cable that runs from the receiver to the LNBF.

How do I wire up the SG-6000 Dish Motor?

Simply run the coaxial cable to your satellite dish motor, then from the HH dish motor run a 3 or 4 foot coaxial cable to the LNBF.

Dish Motor SG-6000 Wiring Diagram - Shows Installation Ports

 

Do I need to manually turn the dish every time I change channels?

No.  This is an automatic satellite dish motor.  Once it’s installed properly and your receiver is programmed with the locations of the satellites, every time you change channels, the receiver sends DiSEqC commands to the satellite motor to tell it to move and stop at a certain location where the satellite signal is broadcasting from.

Where can I find out what channels are available free to air?

There are many free to air DVB channels available in North America on satellites such as Galaxy 10R, AMC4, IA5, AMC3, etc. There are channels from the USA and from around the world. See https://www.lyngsat.com/america.shtml for a complete listing of what is available. Anything with an  F designation is FREE TO AIR.

How many receivers can control a FTA dish motor?

Since a dish motor is designed as a hobby item, only one FTA free to air receiver can control the positioning of the motor. However, if you use a dual LNB or a quad LNB you can install multiple receivers, but each receiver can only watch the programming broadcasted from that particular satellite.

Do I have to be watching the same thing on all receivers if I use a dual LNB or quad LNB?


No. You don’t have to watch the same programming, but you do have to watch a channel that is broadcasting from that particular satellite that your motor is pointing to. Keep in mind that only your main USALS or DiSEqC1.2 compatible FTA satellite receiver can control the Free To Air dish motor.

Where Do I install an FTA DiSEqC Switch:

Typically, when you use a quad polar LNB like the Invacom QPH031 you want to use a 2X1 or 4X1 DiSEqC switch after the motor. Basically, here is a quick rundown:

  • Run RG6 cable from your receiver to HH motor.

  • Run RG6 cable from HH motor to “Receiver” port on DiSEqC switch.

  • Run RG6 from ports on DiSEqC switch to Linear and Circular ports on the LNB.


Where to install DiSEqC HH Dish Motor Mount:

When you want to install an HH Motor, do a thorough site survey to ensure the proper location to install. First, scratch off the roof unless you have a flat roof and you want to use a non-penetrating roof mount. The best place to install a Free To Air HH Motor is on the ground on a pole. Go to The Home Depot and get a 2″ pole. Drive it into the ground about 2 1/2 and make sure to use a pole level to make sure that the pole is 100% level.

Make sure & purchase a SF95 satellite signal finder / meter because it will help you guide your motor to the true south azimuth location.  The meter will go off every time you get a satellite signal, so, when you keep on turning the motor, if the meter keeps going off, you know you have properly aligned the dish to the satellite arc.  If not, you may need to keep adjusting for the proper azimuth.  (Read the installation instruction guide)

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