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Message started by haywoosa on Jan 19th, 2007 at 3:55pm

Title: New Satellite Signal Level Meter for WildBlue
Post by haywoosa on Jan 19th, 2007 at 3:55pm
Attn: Wild Blue/Telesat Satellite Installers

Applied Instruments has launched a new satellite signal level meter that LOCKS on and identifies the Anik F2 111.1W bird for WildBlue/Telesat.  

This Super Buddy also identifies the relevant geographic specific WildBlue spot beam based on your zip code.

Applied Instruments also offers a voltage converter, Model Blue Bunny, that allows you to completely align the WildBlue dish/antenna without being tied to the modem inside the house or building.  The WildBlue dish setup requires 28V and since signal level meters only provide 18V, the Blue Bunny upconverts the voltage to make your life easier.

Feel free to contact Scott Haywood at Applied Instruments at 317-782-4331 or shaywood@appliedin.com if you have any questions.
http://www.appliedin.com

Title: Re: New Satellite Signal Level Meter for WildBlue
Post by haywoosa on Apr 4th, 2007 at 8:59pm
This Super Buddy satellite meter has now been updated to also lock onto and ID the new WildBlue 1 satellite.

Title: Re: Applied Instruments Blue Bunny Voltage Step Up
Post by haywoosa on May 2nd, 2007 at 9:37pm
FYI.

***NOTE: The Blue Bunny Voltage Step Up is only compatible with WildBlue TRIAs manufactured by UMA in Taiwan. Please refer to the tag on the bottom of your TRIA to see if it’s compatible with the Blue Bunny Voltage Step Up. If it says “Made in Taiwan by UMA”, then it is compatible. If it says “Made in Korea by Ko Space”, then it is NOT compatible.***

Here is the webpage that provides the exact specs of the Blue Bunny:
http://www.appliedin.com/signallevelmeters/bluebunnyspec.html

If you have any questions about this, please contact Scott Haywood at 317-782-4331.

Thanks.
Scott Haywood
Applied Instruments, Inc.
http://www.appliedin.com

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