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# 243712 27-Dec-2018 15:05
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Hope someone can help, the more I Google the more confused I become....

 

 

 

I have a dual LNB setup with D1 on one and Intelsat 19 on the other with 4 port DiSEqC and Ultraplus receiver. All was working AOK. (Best thing I did this year was ditch Sky)

 

Have a family member here for a few months and wanted to add their Sky box for them, so installed a (old) splitter after the DiSEqC switch.

 

All works except I can not get a signal on V polarity TPs on Intelsat 19, hence no Nine Network. H polarity seem OK though.

 

If I disconnect the Sky box all is OK.

 

Is it a setup issue with the Sky box? DiSEqC or tone? Google says V and H polarity use different voltages.

 

It's all just a little beyond my rudimentary knowledge.

 

Thank you for your help.

 

Ruatuki


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  # 2151165 27-Dec-2018 15:16
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Skybox would be outputting 18 VDC for horizontal polarity. You discovered normal behaviour for such a setup, i.e., using a splitter.




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Wannabe Geek


  # 2151172 27-Dec-2018 15:58
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Thank you for the reply.

 

Can you suggest a setup that will work?


 
 
 
 


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  # 2151176 27-Dec-2018 16:19
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You would need to use dual output LNBs (horizontal + vertical) and a 4 (in - horizontal and vertical from each LNB) x 2 (output) multiswitch.

 

Older thread https://www.geekzone.co.nz/forums.asp?forumid=83&topicid=55373




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  # 2151185 27-Dec-2018 16:47
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Awesome,

 

thanks for your help.

 

I think I'll setup the old sky dish I have instead.

 

I appreciate your time and effort.


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