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Channel Master 9521HD TV Antenna Rotor - Rotator

       
A Rotor or Rotator is a mast-mounted, motor-driven device that permits the TV viewer to conveniently rotate (orient) the outdoor tv antenna in any direction to optimize reception of a desired TV channel.

A rotor should be considered when TV signals are being broadcast from towers in different directions and a single TV antenna can not accommodate all locations. A rotator consists of three parts: 1) an indoor control unit, 2) an outdoor drive unit 3) Remote control. The Motor and the control unit are connected via a 3-conductor wire that carries the electrical voltage and control signals from the indoor unit to the outdoor drive unit.

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Channel MasterTV antenna rotator CM 9521HD antenna rotor

ACCURATELY POSITION YOUR TV ANTENNA TO OPTIMIZE YOUR RECEPTION


 New! CHANNEL MASTER 9521HD Rotor

TV Antenna Rotor System  
WITH REMOTE CONTROL
69 CHANNEL PROGRAMMABLE MEMORY

HOLDS LOCATIONS DURING POWER OUTAGES

AUTOMATIC SYNCHRONIZING

SELECT THE DESIRED CHANNEL NUMBER ON THE REMOTE CONTROL, AND YOUR TV
ANTENNA AUTOMATICALLY TURNS TO THE PREDETERMINED STATION DIRECTION

           DRIVE UNIT       
ONE PIECE CAST ALUMINUM
HEAVY- DUTY ROTOR MOTOR
WIND-TESTED BRAKE PADS
PRECISION CUT GEAR SYSTEM

$199.00
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Rotor installation tip:

Always keep the mast pipe between the rotor and the TV antenna as short as possible. By doing so you will reduce the stress on the rotator bearings adding years to the life of your rotor. The pipe length below the rotor has no effect on rotor life.

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