The robust steel balcony holder is a good choice for people living in bunker houses or blocks of flats. The bracket allows for comfortable mounting of the antenna on the railing of the railing. The use of galvanized steel ensures resistance to corrosion and other damage.
How to mount the antenna mount on the balcony
The 600 mm high chuck with a diameter of 38 x 1.5 mm is mounted by means of a cyberbolt, so there is no need to drill holes. Installation of the antenna bracket is easy and quick, as well as possible change of its position.
The antenna should be installed in a place with full visibility of the sky, e.g. on the chimney, roof, balcony, building facade or antenna mast. The antenna's antenna's head should be facing the satellite from which the signal will be received. Avoid limiting visibility by buildings or trees.
What kind of antenna mount to use?
Depending on where the antenna is mounted, we have a choice of chimney clamps, antenna masts, balcony brackets, roof brackets or high-mounted masonry brackets.
How to mount the bracket to a satellite dish?
Antenna holders can be attached to building facades, walls, balustrades, windows, roofs or chimneys. The use of cybrands allows to avoid drilling holes.
What size antenna should I choose?
Choosing a larger canopy provides better signal reception during bad weather conditions. The optimum diameter of the canopy in Poland is considered to be 85 cm. It should be remembered that the bigger antenna we choose, the more solid grip will be required.
How to position the DVB-T antenna?
To determine the direction in which the antenna will be facing, we can use one of the applications that will show us the nearby DVB-T transmitters. After comparing them, we choose the best one for us, and then using the application we set the antenna in the right direction.
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