The SatKing ProMax – A Fully Automatic Satellite System with Reinforced Design – Equivalent to a 75cm Satellite Dish
The SatKing ProMax is a fully automatic system ideal for use whilst away in your Motorhome, Caravan or Horsetruck. The SatKing ProMax is a discreet fully auto locking Satellite TV dish system. The built in GPS is able to detect your location and auto skew the element to give you the best possible gain for your position. Sit back and enjoy the TV you love at home even faster and in more locations when away on holiday in your Motorhome, Caravan or Horsetruck.
Installation service provided by our own in house, fully certified, approved fitting team.
Always be with live channels!
Small but Powerful performance beyond imagination
Don’t spend your energy for struggling to install your TV antenna
Don’t miss your favorite live TV programs while away from home Don’t worry about the space and package for carrying out
Self-seeking flat antenna that uses GPS to automatically align. Ideal for caravans and motorhomes with Twin LNB for use with VAST or Foxtel boxes.
The compact design takes up little space, ideal for mounting on the roof of a mobile home. Even the hassle of aligning in a new location is not necessary thanks to an integrated GPS module and electronically controlled drive, which is determined automatically by pressing a button.
Despite its small size it still provides a good reception result via the three-layer structure with antenna wave guide horn array function, the diffuse reflection of the satellite signal is largely prevented. Horizontally and vertically polarized signals are separated and directed bundled on the LNB. The result: a strong signal to the LNB.
The SatKing ProMax Fully automatic motorised satellite TV dish system is the most advanced system on the market, utilizing the latest in flat panel antenna design. This motorised satellite system suits Foxtel and VAST satellite TV. The unit has dual LNB outputs to suit twin tuner STB’s like Foxtel IQ/Austar MyStar and VAST twin tuner receivers.
The SatKing ProMax is very simple to use simply turn the unit on and the built in GPS system will locate your required satellite very fast. Another great benefit of having a built in GPS system is that if you forget to return the unit to the home position, the motorised dish will automatically retract once the vehicle is travelling above 10Kph (the unit does require 12v or 24v power).
Flat panel satellite antennas also take up a great deal less space on the roof of your van leaving you with more choices for the exact location on your roof in between solar panels and air conditioners. Flat panel satellite TV antennas offer higher signal gain than equivalent size offset satellite TV dishes. The SatKing ProMax moves on 3 axis meaning the old days of having to manually get up on the roof of the van to adjust LNB skew (turning the LNB clockwise or anti clockwise) when you are travelling from say Melbourne across to Adelaide and then to Perth are gone. The complete head of the antenna simply adjust automatically for you. Automatic skew will also improve the signal quality to assist you further.
The SatKing ProMax is precision made for Harsh Australian conditions, it is rugged in construction with all main drive gears being metal for long life. The unit is backed with a 3 year Australian warranty.
The SatKing ProMax comes with detailed instructions for self installation or we can install the unit for you (charges apply).
Peace of mind, SatKing is a large Australian owned company with a government approved satellite receiver, we have been trading for over 40 years, so we are here to stay!
We are experinced installers of all types of applainces and eqiupment to RV’s, Motorhomes and Caravans – Dont allow just anybody to cut holes and make penetrations into your vechile, we are aware of your investment and take great care and pride in the work we do.
- Fully automatic self aligning
- Pre-Programmed to receive VAST and Foxtel/Austar
- Flat panel design offers compact size with big performance
- Dual output LNB as standard to suit twin tuner STB’s
- Built in GPS to find satellites fast
- Last position memory to save on search times
- Suitable for Caravan, motorhome, motor vehicle and camping use
- Automatic retraction upon vehicle start up or you exceed 10KPH
- Automatic LNB skew
- Powerful DC motor with metal gears
- Can be self installed, detailed instructions and roof mount included
- 3 Year warranty
- 1300 Number help line
- Made for harsh Australian conditions
- Made and designed in Korea
Dimensions: 520 x 600 x 246 mm
Operating temperature range: -30°C to 60°C
LNB Polarization: Horizontal/vertical
LNB output: Dual Output
LNB input frequency: 11.75 – 12.75 GHz
LNB output frequency: 950 – 2150 MHz
Elevation: 5° – 90°
Skew: -60° ~+60°
Searching time: 120 Seconds (Average)
Last position search time: 20 Seconds (Average)
Input Voltage: DC 12 or 24V auto selection
Consumption: 84 Watts in search mode
1 x Flat antenna
1 x Vehicle roof mounting kit
1 x Controller
1 x Controller to dish connection cable
1 x Coaxial cable to connect controller to Dish
1 x DC Power cable
1 x Instruction booklet
Not included (required to complete system):
Installed from $3600.
This map has been designed to let you know where you can receive both VAST Satellite TV and Foxtel Satellite TV around Australia with the Pro Max Automatic satellite system. The areas on this map in dark green are within the coverage area for the Pro Max, this is where the majority of people live and travel within Australia . The areas in light green are area’s that you should not expect to receive a signal, these are areas less travelled and generally with very little population. With any signal coverage map there can be some areas within this map with lower than expected signal levels, we have tried to assure accuracy within this map. In Australia the satellite TV signal is at it’s strongest along the coast from Adelaide to the Queensland ’s Sunshine Coast and there are also high power spot beams on Perth and Darwin . Locations outside these areas are covered by a lower power national beam.
How does satellite TV work:
Satellite TV comes from satellites that are in a geostationary orbit (they don’t move and are locked to the earths gravity) so they are always in the same position. Satellite TV providers specially design the beam of the satellite to cover where the population lives or travels. Satellite TV signal is not effected by hills/terrain or distance from terrestrial transmitters like normal terrestrial TV (digital TV) as the signal comes from a satellite in the sky. Satellite signals can be effected by rain, heavy cloud, overhanging trees or by a building blocking the northern sky (the building would need to be very close to the system to block the signal). When a satellite signal drops out or can’t be received during a storm or heavy cloud normally you just need to wait until this weather event passes and then normal service should resume. If you are in a lower signal area a lesser rain or cloud event could block the signal, again just wait for the weather to improve for normal service to resume.