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gpflepsen

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How does one set the LNB LOF for a linear 10750 LNB? The User Defined option has LOF/L and LOF/H along with Threshold. What are the proper settings? What is Threshold? The other preloaded LNB settings don't seem to cover what I have.
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circular, or 10750-10750-10750 for all 3
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its not 9750 LOF/L  10750 LOF/H  10750?

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circular, or 10750-10750-10750 for all 3


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I think I would set it at 10750,10750,12200, although circular is easier (not sure how that got named as circular).
If you use the 10750,10750,10750 setting, I think that would keep 22KHz on all the time, while setting the threshold value at 12200 or higher would keep 22KHz off.
But as mentioned above, I just set mine as circular. 
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thanks!
I may have to play with it, I don't use 22k. cir is 11250 I don't use the fiberglass slide for my feed horn.



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I think I would set it at 10750,10750,12200, although circular is easier (not sure how that got named as circular).
If you use the 10750,10750,10750 setting, I think that would keep 22KHz on all the time, while setting the threshold value at 12200 or higher would keep 22KHz off.
But as mentioned above, I just set mine as circular. 
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It probably depends on your setup?

I use for ku band:
LNB = LNB 2
Priority = Auto
LOF = User defined
LOF/L = 10750
LOF/H = 10750
Threahold = 11700
Voltage mode = Polarization
Increased voltage = no

Tone mode = On
DiSEqC mode = 1.1
Fast DiSEqc = no
Tonebust = None
DiSEqc 1.0 command = None

DiSEqC 1.1 command = Input 1
DiSEqC 1.1 repeats = None
Sequence repeat = no


I use for C band:
LNB = LNB 1
Priority = Auto
LOF = C-band
Voltage mode = Polarization
Increased voltage = no

Tone mode = Off
DiSEqC mode = 1.1
Fast DiSEqc = no
Tonebust = None

DiSEqC 1.1 command = Input 1
DiSEqC 1.1 repeats = None
Sequence repeat = no


These would vary by your setup?
But hopefully give you an idea of what you need....

Al

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above in blue added

Edit #2:
With other LNB's in User defined settings
I use 11700 Threshold with 22KHz On
and Tone mode = On
I use 12700 Threshold with 22KHz Off
and Tone mode = OFF

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From what I can tell if LOFL = LOFH then Threshold is ignored since there is no crossover frequency.
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Circular in E2 is 10750.
So either use circular or
Setting it 10750, 10750, 10750  does not effect the 22 in any way shape or form.

if you have a 10750 lnb use one of the settings I just listed for it to work....22 is a non factor...unless it is part of your switch setup.

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Thanks!
I will have to see what works for me, I thank you for all your input, 
it actually depends on whats on the side of your lnb it has to be what it calls for.
Mine call for 9750 - 10750 and 9750 - 10600 for my KU
C 5150

thanks!


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Originally Posted by voomvoom
It probably depends on your setup?

I use for ku band:
LNB = LNB 2
Priority = Auto
LOF = User defined
LOF/L = 10750
LOF/H = 10750
Threahold = 11700
Voltage mode = Polarization
Increased voltage = no

Tone mode = On
DiSEqC mode = 1.1
Fast DiSEqc = no
Tonebust = None
DiSEqc 1.0 command = None

DiSEqC 1.1 command = Input 1
DiSEqC 1.1 repeats = None
Sequence repeat = no


I use for C band:
LNB = LNB 1
Priority = Auto
LOF = C-band
Voltage mode = Polarization
Increased voltage = no

Tone mode = Off
DiSEqC mode = 1.1
Fast DiSEqc = no
Tonebust = None

DiSEqC 1.1 command = Input 1
DiSEqC 1.1 repeats = None
Sequence repeat = no


These would vary by your setup?
But hopefully give you an idea of what you need....

Al

Edit:
above in blue added

Edit #2:
With other LNB's in User defined settings
I use 11700 Threshold with 22KHz On
and Tone mode = On
I use 12700 Threshold with 22KHz Off
and Tone mode = OFF


chuckrcheese

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You would be correct if I used the c/ku lnb or lnbf with the fiberglass plate in the feed horn.

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Circular in E2 is 10750.
So either use circular or
Setting it 10750, 10750, 10750  does not effect the 22 in any way shape or form.

if you have a 10750 lnb use one of the settings I just listed for it to work....22 is a non factor...unless it is part of your switch setup.
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