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stevie

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Is it possible to use a multiSwitch in line to run a h to h 90cm dish motor,there is some hookup diagrams here on this site but I could not find them,thanks for any help,Steve
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What is it you want to accomplish?

A multiswitch doesn't pass on the 22kHz signal in the direction of the LNB, so 'normal' order would be: receiver - motor - multiswitch.

You can also split the cable at the receiver side: receiver - splitter - motor; and other port of the splitter to multiswitch; if that is handier with the cabling situation.
(Splitter needs to be both ports power pass both ways.)


But if there's more receivers on the multiswitch, there'll be a somewhat confusing setup, as only one receiver has motor control this way.

So: What is it you want to accomplish?

Greetz,
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What is it you want to accomplish?

A multiswitch doesn't pass on the 22kHz signal in the direction of the LNB, so 'normal' order would be: receiver - motor - multiswitch.

You can also split the cable at the receiver side: receiver - splitter - motor; and other port of the splitter to multiswitch; if that is handier with the cabling situation.
(Splitter needs to be both ports power pass both ways.)


But if there's more receivers on the multiswitch, there'll be a somewhat confusing setup, as only one receiver has motor control this way.

So: What is it you want to accomplish?

Greetz,
A33


What splitter is this?
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