What must be considered in positioning the Indoor and Outdoor Units?

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What must be considered in positioning the Indoor and Outdoor Units?

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The installer will discuss options for positioning the Outdoor Unit (satellite dish) and Indoor Unit with you. The Indoor Unit must be within two meters of a mains socket. As a rough guide, the dish must have an unobstructed view of the sky between south and south-east and must be at least three times as far away from any tree or building in that direction as the tree or building is tall. The dish can be placed on a wall, roof, or free-standing on a base on the ground. The Indoor and Outdoor units can be a maximum of 50m apart (length of the cable), although this can be increased to 100m by using a thicker cable and possibly still more with an in-line amplifier. There are more details to be considered when positioning the dish, but the installer will go through all of this when they contact you.

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The installer will discuss options for positioning the Outdoor Unit (satellite dish) and Indoor Unit with you. The Indoor Unit must be within two metres of a mains socket. As a rough guide, the dish must have an unobstructed view of the sky between south and south west and must be at least three times as far away from any tree or building in that direction as the tree or building is tall. The dish can be placed on a wall, roof, or free-standing on a base on the ground. However in the case of a ground mounted unit the equipment must be fitted with guarding equipment by the customer to prevent injury by non ionising radio transmissions. This is a Mandatory legal requirement. This work must be in place before the engineer leaves site. The Indoor and Outdoor units can be a maximum of 30m apart (length of the cable), although this can be increased to 50m by using a thicker cable There are more details to be considered when positioning the dish, but the installer will go through all of this

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The installer will discuss options for positioning the Outdoor Unit (satellite dish) and Indoor Unit with the client. As a rough guide, the dish must have an unobstructedl view of the sky. The dish can be placed on a wall, roof, or free- standing on a base on the ground. The Indoor and Outdoor units can be a maximum of 30m apart (length of the cable), although this can be increased. This is done at extra cost. There are more details to be considered when positioning the dish, but the installer will go through all of this when they contact the client.

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