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Tooway KA-SAT install video and manual.

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europe-satellite.com
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May 24th, 2011 at 6:13pm  
Tooway KA-SAT pointing tool and installation video.

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New Tooway KA system.

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KA-SAT footprint.

KA-SAT pointing tool click here

KA-SAT installation video click here

KA-SAT installation manual click here

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Ku, Ka and C band VSAT sales, install and maintenance Worldwide.

p.s. I you have limited bandwidth, visit an Internet cafe and record the video on your laptop for later playback. Some resellers provide also a setup CDRom, I assume this video will be on it.

Have a look also at the HYLAS KA band option, the hub is in the UK and the gateway is Telehouse in London (this gives you an UK IP).

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Powys
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Reply #1 - May 24th, 2011 at 6:31pm  
I'm sure it is a very useful video, but any chance of a set of slides from it for those who have not actually got broadband?  You know, the sort of people who would be most likely to need to watch it?

At 14 minutes long I'm a bit reluctant to view it even with my Ka Basic service.   Of course, it would be no problem if I had the KA-SAT service already...

But keep up the good work, all.

Regards, John

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Reply #2 - May 25th, 2011 at 11:52am  
Well, I viewed it anyway!  Very useful - a really well done instructional video.  See this, and you WILL know what to do, and exactly how to do it.  About the only thing missing is the torque settings for the bolts.  ("Tight enough", probably.)

Easier to do than the original Ka kit, which wasn't particularly difficult anyway.

It's 40.9Mbytes, so comes to about 23MB out of the TooWay data allowance, after weighting.   Or a 4 hour download on a good dial-up, of course.

Regards,  John
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