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« on: Jun 12 2009 11:27:12 »

Here's a wiring diagram for a 0/22 KHz switch. Great between any 2 LNBs.

Or, use it between 2 4x1 switches and a receiver to add up to 8 LNB's.




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« Reply #1 on: Jun 13 2009 07:58:06 »

So if using the 22KHz tone burst switch the signal chain should look like this starting from the LNB?

LNB>Disceq Port X > Disceq out> 22 kHz switch port A>STB?

What should the switch settings be on a Coolsat 4000?
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« Reply #2 on: Sep 06 2009 11:13:31 »

bassist you got it right sort of

1st 4 LNBs to 4x1 switch one, next 4 lnbs to 4x1 switch 2.

out from 2 4x1 switches to 0/22 KHZ switch, then to receiver.

LNBs 1-4 set ports 1-4 22 KHZ on, next 4-8 LNBs set ports 1-4 22 KHz off.

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« Reply #3 on: Sep 06 2009 11:14:32 »

Here's a diagram

8 LNBs to one receiver using 2 pcs 4x1 switch, one pc 0/22KHz switch.

Works for any FTA receiver i have ever heard of.

Port settings same as i posted above.





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« Reply #4 on: Dec 06 2009 12:22:57 »

FYI, Universal LNB's use 22KHz On to switch between the low 9750 and the high 10600 band.

Because of this, most receivers will have the 22KHz switching option grayed out after you select Universal LNB type.

Here in North America you will never need the low band 9750, thats used everywhere else in the world.

Using 0/22KHz switch's works great to switch between 2 Standard 10750 LO LNb's.

In fact i recommend it over DiSEqC switching whenever it can be used.

With Universal LNB's you likely will not be able to use a 0/22KHz switch to switch between 2 LNB's.

Except in cases where you set the frequency to 11600 only which you can do with some receivers.

Now you know.



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« Reply #5 on: Aug 20 2010 04:19:24 »

hello friend, for example I have the following satellites:

1-hispasat 30w ku
2-amazonas 61w ku
3-galaxy 25 at 93.1w ku
4-galaxy 19 at 97w ku

5-nss 806 at 40,5w c 
6-intelsat14 at 45w c 
7-intelsat11 at 43,1w c
8-intelsat 805 at 55,5w c

9-intelsat9 at 58w c
10-amc21 at 125w ku
11-satmex5 at 116,8w c
12-satmex6 at 113w ku

but I only want to unite 8 satellites to a single box and are:

1-hispasat 30w ku
3-galaxy 25 at 93.1w ku
4-galaxy 19 at 97w ku
5-nss 806 at 40,5w c

6-intelsat14 at 45w  c
9-intelsat9 at 58w   c
10-amc21 at 125w  ku
11-satmex5 at 116,8w  c

as I form my box marks:

sonic view,
or captive works,
or boxsam sr100.

they do not read the satellites to me I am forming as it.

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« Reply #6 on: Aug 20 2010 08:29:54 »

You need for 8 satellites:

1 pc 0/22 KHz switch

2 pcs 4x1 DiSEqc switch

4 sats to 0 input of 0/22 switch, 4 sats to 22 input of 0/22 switch

Output of 0/22 switch to receiver

Set sats 1-4 on ports 1-4 and set all 4 22 KHz switch to off

Set sats 5-8 on ports 1-4 of second switch and set all 22 KHz On

All done 8 sats on one receiver.

Wiring diagram on post 4 of this thread.

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« Reply #7 on: Aug 24 2010 12:09:00 »

Now I'm all confused again, Dish#1 - diseqc #1 - 82 deg. - 22 kHz off in rec. ................. dish #2 - diseqc #2-97 deg. - 22 kHz off in rec. using 22kHz switch 101 deg. - 22kHz on in rec.  as per pic in earlier post.............dish #3 diseqc #3 125 deg. 22 kHz off in rec. Is that not how it works. It would seem the logical way to set up. Is 0-22KHz switch made for outside?  dish 1- normal lnb  dish 2- 97 and 101 universal lnbs   dish 3- normal lnb
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« Reply #8 on: Aug 25 2010 07:13:48 »

Sounds OK father-orielly. So you have 4 LNB's total right on 3 dishes?

Dish 1 = 82.0
Dish 2 = 97 and 101
Dish 3 = 125

Are any of them motorized or all fixed?

The 0/22 switch can certainly be used outdoors, but protect it from the weather if you can.
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« Reply #9 on: Aug 25 2010 08:25:34 »

No motor - clump of neighbours trees about 85-95 deg. hence dish 1 - 83 deg. and so forth. What is the best way to protect switch from the weather, or how would u protect it? Thanks Hyper
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« Reply #10 on: Aug 25 2010 10:03:17 »

I have mine outside for years  ;D
and only thing they could not take was lightning  ::)

but if you are concerned about water/ice here are some things you can use


Trimax Re-Usable Coax Connector Waterlocks
http://www.hypermegasat.com/Accessories.htm#waterlock


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DMS 4x1 DiSEqC Switch with Weather Cover
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« Reply #11 on: Aug 25 2010 10:53:04 »

I have mine outside for years  ;D
and only thing they could not take was lightning  ::)

but if you are concerned about water/ice here are some things you can use


Trimax Re-Usable Coax Connector Waterlocks
http://www.hypermegasat.com/Accessories.htm#waterlock


75 Ohm F-Type Terminator for Cable/Satellite


DMS 4x1 DiSEqC Switch with Weather Cover
I live in Ontario costs a lot to buy stuff from US all your suggestions are great expressly the Trimax Re-Usable Coax Connector Waterlocks. Maybe next time I order. Kinda broke and have to use money orders as disabled. Worked to hard in my younger years.
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« Reply #12 on: Sep 04 2010 10:33:49 »

pick up some plastic bowls with the lids cut hole to run coax through seal with RTV and put switch inside works great and can be picked up about anywhere and cost is low.
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« Reply #13 on: Sep 05 2010 10:17:50 »

pick up some plastic bowls with the lids cut hole to run coax through seal with RTV and put switch inside works great and can be picked up about anywhere and cost is low.
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« Reply #14 on: Sep 16 2011 10:01:57 »

Hey, father, I use plastic coffee cans from folgers to put mine in.  Just be sure and point the cables down.  I loop a wire around the cables, run it up the side of the container and loop it at the bottom, which is up now, and then secure it to something to hold it is that position.  El_Viejo
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