Orbit VSAT AntennasNew Orbit OceanTRxTM 4 | Orsat AL-7103 MkII-Ku- 1.15m (45") | Orbit 7103 Specifications | An Orsat antenna in demo mode |
OceanTRxTM 4-500 provides multi-band frequency support for Ku, Ka and X bands, based on field exchangeable kits.
The antenna uses a single cable between antenna and below deck.
Remote monitoring capabilities allow replication of the system interface to any remote PC enabling off-site technicians to remotely monitor and operate the system, or carry out troubleshooting and diagnostics.
Orbit Ocean TR4 Datasheet
The dish is a highly efficient dual offset Gregorian 1.15m (45") Ku-Band antenna housed in a low loss 1.28m (50") radome.
The 3 lower axes are powered and controlled by three identical, and interchangeable SDM modules containing the mechanics and electronics of each drive. These modules are easily replaced with 6 screws.
The antenna weight of 270Kg (almost 600 lb) should be taken into consideration when placing the antenna.
The system has excellent remote software, allowing the antenna to be monitored and controlled over IP from any PC on the ship's network or even, if necessary, from a PC with access to the ship's network on shore.
Antenna size & type: Dual-offset carbon-fibre dish (Gregorian type) 1.15 m diameter
Radome size: Diameter 1.28m, Height 1.61m
Antenna weight :270 kg (595 lbs)
Operational frequency: Tx 13.75/14 —14.5 GHz, Rx 10.95—12.75 GHz
Antenna polarity: Linear H/V. Optional co-pol kit available
Antenna gain: Tx 42.5 dBi @ 14.25 GHz, Rx 41 dBi @ 11.7 GHz
Cross-polarization isolation: > 35 dB
System G/T: 19 dB/K @ 11.7 GHz and at 20 degrees elevation
Power requirements: 90-250 VAC, 50/60 Hz, 300 Watt
Modem interface: L-band
Pointing accuracy: 0.1 degrees RMS
Tracking capabilities: Roll 30
Ship gyro interface: NMEA-0183, Synchro, Step by Step
Available BUC options 4W, 8W and 16W (both normal & extended TX range)O @ 8sec, Pitch 15O @ 6 sec, Yaw 8O @ 15 sec, Turning rate 12O/sec
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