"Fast Align 5100Pro® is the lowest cost satellite meter on the market! "
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The FastAlign® 5100Pro digital satellite meter is a professional grade satellite meter that allows a professional technician to align a satellite dish with ease. Priced affordably low, yet offers all the options needed by a technician to easily and quickly install any satellite dish.
The FastAlign® 5100Pro is a cost-effective professional meter by LEXIUM Professional Technology that allows the user to quickly and easily locate the desired satellite signal from any C or Ku band satellite.
The FastAlign® 5100Pro allows the user to use the parameters of the hundreds of preprogrammed satellite settings in the FastAlign® 5100Pro or the user can edit the transponder, symbol rate, polarity, and LNBF LO frequency all on one screen & directly from the keyboard of the meter. No need to connect and download new files, just type in the information and go.
During the initial setup of the FastAlign® 5100Pro, the user can input his latitude and longitude and the meter will automatically calculate the azimuth and elevation of the desired satellite based on the location of the satellite.
The satellite meter also features backlight to allow the satellite installer to install in the dark. The screen is divided to 5 section.
The top section provides the Azimuth, Elevation, and LNBF Polarization of the desired satellite.
The left middle section provides the location of the desired satellite, the transponder frequency, symbol rate, LNBF LO frequency, LNBF polarization ( 13=V / 18=H ), and 22KHz power.
The right middle section provides signal information such as signal level, signal quality, strength, and signal noise. If there is no "S" reading, there is no connection between the LNBF and the meter.
The left bottom section provides the databank of the pre-programmed satellite parameter.
The left bottom section provides the users Latitude, Longitude, and and meter information.