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Wannabe Geek


# 141368 10-Mar-2014 19:44
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Hello
Im looking to put a sat dish and UHF panel on the roof of our motorhome, the UHF panel is amplified (9v). It would be great if i could do it with one cable. Is there a Combiner/ splitter/ Diplexer that will allow power pass through both? any ideas welcome, thanks in advance

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  # 1002342 10-Mar-2014 20:14
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Wouldn't have thought so because the sat will want to send 18v to the lnb which will fry your UHF panel. Probably best to run a second cable if at all possible.

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  # 1002343 10-Mar-2014 20:14
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http://matchmaster.co.nz/domestic/diplexers-triplexers-and-filters


 
 
 
 


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  # 1002346 10-Mar-2014 20:16
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And of course RunningMan is correct. You'll fry your UHF panel. Definitely two cables or use UHF antenna in place of the powered panel.



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  # 1002354 10-Mar-2014 20:29
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the sat box is 12v, will that have some bearing? i already have the panel its small which is ideal for the bus....i think 2 cables is the answer....cheers

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  # 1002383 10-Mar-2014 20:57
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The lnb on the sat dish will be 18v to get freeview. Doesn't matter what voltage the sat box runs on it will send 18v up to the dish.

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