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Global Invacom MDU optical LNB with PSU.

Triax Optical LNB Triax Optical LNB

The MDU fibre LNB is used when a terrestrial feed is
not going to be sent down the same fibre cable

Optical LNBs are needed for long cable runs. If the cable run is over 70m an optical LNB may be needed.
A high output LNB like a Primesat Platinum 0.1dB and very low loss cable is fine up to 70m and perhaps
even a little further but certainly for cable runs of 100m + an optical equipment is needed.
An optical fibre can be a kilometre long and still have zero loss. The optical fibre LNB works from 12 volts
and so a 220-240V to 24V power supply is included. This supply should be situated as close to the LNB as
possible. Clearly if it is not close the LNB, the 12 volts may be reduced by the time it reached the
end of a long cable (due to the voltage drop in the cable). If the LNB does not receive a enough voltage it
may not work correctly. An optical fibre cable connects to the LNB and this can go direct to the electrical
interface or it can be split using optical splitters. Either way it must connect to an optical to electrical interface
(called a "Virtual Quad Converter") and there are two types. One has a quad output (same as a quad LNB)
and the other has a quatro output (same as a quatro LNB). The quad output can feed 4 single tuner satellite
receivers or two twin tuner satellite receivers. The quatro interface ("Virtual Quatro Converter") feeds into
a multiswitch and then as many outputs as are needed can then be provided by the correct multiswitch.
Multiswitches can have up to 48 outputs but more than one multiswitch can be used if more than 48 outputs
are required. Optical fibre cable is difficult to terminate without the correct tool and so it is best to order
pre-made optical cables with the connectors already fitted. Make sure the pre-made cable is long enough for the
job! Too long is not a problem as there is zero loss. It is also possible to overload the electrical interface and so an
optical attenuator should be fitted. This is needed if only one optical fibre cable runs from the LNB directly to the
interface ("virtual converter"). It may not be needed if optical splitters are being used as they may provide sufficient
attenuation. Our technical department can provide advice on balancing the system's gain and attenuation levels.
Specifications - Input Frequency: 10.7-12.75 GHz (Ku Band). Output Frequency: 950-5.45 GHz
Modulated Laser Output: 1310nm. Noise Figure Typical at 25C: 0.5dB
Max & Min Gain: 72-62dB Phase Noise: 1 KHz -55dBc/Hz, 10KHz -80dBc/Hz, 100KHz -100dBc/Hz, 1MHz -110dBc/Hz

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Global Invacom MDU optical LNB with power supply unit.
Order Code TROFLNB
Only 119.95



Global Invacom MDU optical
c120 flange LNB with PSU.


Triax Optical LNB

The MDU fibre LNB is used when a terrestrial feed is
not going to be sent down the same fibre cable

A c120 flange LNB is designed to fit on a feedhorn.
Optical LNBs are needed for long cable runs. If the cable run is over 70m an optical LNB may be needed.
A high output LNB like a Primesat Platinum 0.1dB and very low loss cable is fine up to 70m and perhaps
even a little further but certainly for cable runs of 100m + an optical equipment is needed.
An optical fibre can be a kilometre long and still have zero loss. The optical fibre LNB works from 12 volts
and so a 220-240V to 24V power supply is included. This supply should be situated as close to the LNB as
possible. Clearly if it is not close the LNB, the 12 volts may be reduced by the time it reached the
end of a long cable (due to the voltage drop in the cable). If the LNB does not receive a enough voltage it
may not work correctly. An optical fibre cable connects to the LNB and this can go direct to the electrical
interface or it can be split using optical splitters. Either way it must connect to an optical to electrical interface
(called a "Virtual Quad Converter") and there are two types. One has a quad output (same as a quad LNB)
and the other has a quatro output (same as a quatro LNB). The quad output can feed 4 single tuner satellite
receivers or two twin tuner satellite receivers. The quatro interface ("Virtual Quatro Converter") feeds into
a multiswitch and then as many outputs as are needed can then be provided by the correct multiswitch.
Multiswitches can have up to 48 outputs but more than one multiswitch can be used if more than 48 outputs
are required. Optical fibre cable is difficult to terminate without the correct tool and so it is best to order
pre-made optical cables with the connectors already fitted. Make sure the pre-made cable is long enough for the
job! Too long is not a problem as there is zero loss. It is also possible to overload the electrical interface and so an
optical attenuator should be fitted. This is needed if only one optical fibre cable runs from the LNB directly to the
interface ("virtual converter"). It may not be needed if optical splitters are being used as they may provide sufficient
attenuation. Our technical department can provide advice on balancing the system's gain and attenuation levels.
Specifications - Input Frequency: 10.7-12.75 GHz (Ku Band). Output Frequency: 950-5.45 GHz
Modulated Laser Output: 1310nm. Noise Figure Typical at 25C: 0.5dB
Max & Min Gain: 72-62dB Phase Noise: 1 KHz -55dBc/Hz, 10KHz -80dBc/Hz, 100KHz -100dBc/Hz, 1MHz -110dBc/Hz

Shipping options. Discounted shipping on all web orders. (VAT info.) (Stock levels.)
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"UK - small items - delivery included." (Includes UK offshore islands) - UK shipping option No 3.
All Internationals - EU or outside of the EU - choose the 15 "up to 1.5 Kg by insured international post." shipping option

Global Invacom MDU optical c120 flange LNB with PSU.
Order Code FC120LNB
Only 149.95



Global Invacom ODU IRS LNB Kits

Global Invacom ODU IRS LNB Kits Global Invacom ODU IRS LNB Kits

Offset LNB kit is shown left above and c120 kit right above

Kit contents, wholeband fibre LNB, ODU (Out Door Unit) cables.
This kit is ideal if the plan is to transmit both the terrestrial aerial (s) and satellite down the fibre cable. If
the Virtual Quatro Converter is used there is a terrestrail electrical output. If the Virtual Quad Converter is
used, the terrestrial and satellite are combined and are separated by a quad plate or triplexing plate. Optical LNBs
are needed for long cable runs. If the cable run is over 70m an optical LNB may be needed. A high output LNB like a
Primesat Platinum 0.1dB and very low loss cable is fine up to 70m and perhaps even a little further but certainly for
cable runs of 100m + an optical equipment is needed. An optical fibre can be a kilometre long and still have zero loss.
(called a "Virtual Quad Converter") and there are two types. One has a quad output (same as a quad LNB)
and the other has a quatro output (same as a quatro LNB). The quad output can feed 4 single tuner satellite
receivers or two twin tuner satellite receivers. The quatro interface ("Virtual Quatro Converter") feeds into
a multiswitch and then as many outputs as are needed can then be provided by the correct multiswitch.
Multiswitches can have up to 48 outputs but more than one multiswitch can be used if more than 48 outputs
are required. Optical fibre cable is difficult to terminate without the correct tool and so it is best to order
pre-made optical cables with the connectors already fitted. Make sure the pre-made cable is long enough for the
job! Too long is not a problem as there is zero loss. It is also possible to overload the electrical interface and so an
optical attenuator should be fitted. This is needed if only one optical fibre cable runs from the LNB directly to the
interface ("virtual converter"). It may not be needed if optical splitters are being used as they may provide sufficient
attenuation. Our technical department can provide advice on balancing the system's gain and attenuation levels.

Shipping options. Discounted shipping on all web orders. (VAT info.) (Stock levels.)
Small orders - UK delivery is included in the price (includes offshore islands) - so choose,
"UK - small items - delivery included." (Includes UK offshore islands) - UK shipping option No 3.
All Internationals - EU or outside of the EU - choose the 15 "up to 1.5 Kg by insured international post." shipping option

Global Invacom ODU IRS LNB Kit with offset fibre wholeband LNB
Order Code GODUKIT
Only 264.95

Global Invacom ODU IRS LNB Kit with c120 flange fibre wholeband LNB
Order Code GODUKITC
Only 364.95



Global Invacom wholeband fibre offset LNB
for use with an ODU


Global wholeband 40mm fibre Optical LNB

The wholeband fibre LNB is used with an ODU kit and a
terrestrial feed is going to be sent down the same fibre cable

Optical LNBs are needed for long cable runs. If the cable run is over 70m an optical LNB may be needed.
A high output LNB like a Primesat Platinum 0.1dB and very low loss cable is fine up to 70m and perhaps
even a little further but certainly for cable runs of 100m + an optical equipment is needed.
An optical fibre can be a kilometre long and still have zero loss. The optical fibre LNB works from 12 volts
and so a 220-240V to 24V power supply is included. This supply should be situated as close to the LNB as
possible. Clearly if it is not close the LNB, the 12 volts may be reduced by the time it reached the
end of a long cable (due to the voltage drop in the cable). If the LNB does not receive a enough voltage it
may not work correctly. An optical fibre cable connects to the LNB and this can go direct to the electrical
interface or it can be split using optical splitters. Either way it must connect to an optical to electrical interface
(called a "Virtual Quad Converter") and there are two types. One has a quad output (same as a quad LNB)
and the other has a quatro output (same as a quatro LNB). The quad output can feed 4 single tuner satellite
receivers or two twin tuner satellite receivers. The quatro interface ("Virtual Quatro Converter") feeds into
a multiswitch and then as many outputs as are needed can then be provided by the correct multiswitch.
Multiswitches can have up to 48 outputs but more than one multiswitch can be used if more than 48 outputs
are required. Optical fibre cable is difficult to terminate without the correct tool and so it is best to order
pre-made optical cables with the connectors already fitted. Make sure the pre-made cable is long enough for the
job! Too long is not a problem as there is zero loss. It is also possible to overload the electrical interface and so an
optical attenuator should be fitted. This is needed if only one optical fibre cable runs from the LNB directly to the
interface ("virtual converter"). It may not be needed if optical splitters are being used as they may provide sufficient
attenuation. Our technical department can provide advice on balancing the system's gain and attenuation levels.
This wholeband LNB This LNB is normally part of an ODU kit. That means it feeds into the ODU and so does
a terrestrial aerial. The satellite and terrestrial signal can then travel down the one fibre cable. If a quatro
converter is used at the far end, the terrestrial signal comes out of the terrestrial output. If a quad converter
is used at the far end, the terrestrial signal is separated from the satellite signal using a quad plate or
triplexing plate in the final location / room.

Shipping options. Discounted shipping on all web orders. (VAT info.) (Stock levels.)
Small orders - UK delivery is included in the price (includes offshore islands) - so choose,
"UK - small items - delivery included." (Includes UK offshore islands) - UK shipping option No 3.
All Internationals - EU or outside of the EU - choose the 15 "up to 1.5 Kg by insured international post." shipping option

Global Invacom wholeband fibre offset LNB for use with ODU
Order Code FWLNB40
Only 119.95



Global Invacom wholeband fibre c120
flange LNB for use with an ODU


Global Invacom wholeband fibre c120 LNB

The wholeband fibre LNB is used with an ODU kit and a
terrestrial feed is going to be sent down the same fibre cable

A c120 flange LNB is designed to fit on a feedhorn.
Optical LNBs are needed for long cable runs. If the cable run is over 70m an optical LNB may be needed.
A high output LNB like a Primesat Platinum 0.1dB and very low loss cable is fine up to 70m and perhaps
even a little further but certainly for cable runs of 100m + an optical equipment is needed.
An optical fibre can be a kilometre long and still have zero loss. The optical fibre LNB works from 12 volts
and so a 220-240V to 24V power supply is included. This supply should be situated as close to the LNB as
possible. Clearly if it is not close the LNB, the 12 volts may be reduced by the time it reached the
end of a long cable (due to the voltage drop in the cable). If the LNB does not receive a enough voltage it
may not work correctly. An optical fibre cable connects to the LNB and this can go direct to the electrical
interface or it can be split using optical splitters. Either way it must connect to an optical to electrical interface
(called a "Virtual Quad Converter") and there are two types. One has a quad output (same as a quad LNB)
and the other has a quatro output (same as a quatro LNB). The quad output can feed 4 single tuner satellite
receivers or two twin tuner satellite receivers. The quatro interface ("Virtual Quatro Converter") feeds into
a multiswitch and then as many outputs as are needed can then be provided by the correct multiswitch.
Multiswitches can have up to 48 outputs but more than one multiswitch can be used if more than 48 outputs
are required. Optical fibre cable is difficult to terminate without the correct tool and so it is best to order
pre-made optical cables with the connectors already fitted. Make sure the pre-made cable is long enough for the
job! Too long is not a problem as there is zero loss. It is also possible to overload the electrical interface and so an
optical attenuator should be fitted. This is needed if only one optical fibre cable runs from the LNB directly to the
interface ("virtual converter"). It may not be needed if optical splitters are being used as they may provide sufficient
attenuation. Our technical department can provide advice on balancing the system's gain and attenuation levels.
This wholeband LNB This LNB is normally part of an ODU kit. That means it feeds into the ODU and so does
a terrestrial aerial. The satellite and terrestrial signal can then travel down the one fibre cable. If a quatro
converter is used at the far end, the terrestrial signal comes out of the terrestrial output. If a quad converter
is used at the far end, the terrestrial signal is separated from the satellite signal using a quad plate or
triplexing plate in the final location / room.

Shipping options. Discounted shipping on all web orders. (VAT info.) (Stock levels.)
Small orders - UK delivery is included in the price (includes offshore islands) - so choose,
"UK - small items - delivery included." (Includes UK offshore islands) - UK shipping option No 3.
All Internationals - EU or outside of the EU - choose the 15 "up to 1.5 Kg by insured international post." shipping option

Global Invacom wholeband fibre c120 flange LNB for use with ODU
Order Code FWLNBC120
Only 119.95



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