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First Strike FS1-ProHD All new for 2015

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First Strike FS1-ProHD All new for 2015

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Quick Overview

Installers Choice

This meter is a dream come true and sure to be the instant favorite for installers and maintenance technicians.

Some of the significant features include:
◦Color LCD screen
◦Up to 16,000 Satellites and Transponders can be entered
◦DiSEqC switching now allows for switching up to 4 LNBFs
◦LNBF voltages are now 13v, 18v, and 20v
◦Drag and drop software upgrading. No need for a software interface. Just plug the meter into the PC's USB port and it will be recognized as a USB compact storage device.

Signal is measured by Signal level, S/N, MER, BER, Time Machine, Spectrum Analysis.
Signal can be measured in dBmV, dBµV, dBm.

DragUpgrade.
When meter is plugged to PC with a standard Mini-USB cable, the meter will be recognized as a USB compact storage device. Download the firmware or channel plan and drag to the storage device, and the upgrade will be done very fast.


FS1-ProHD Technical Specifications

Technical parameters
Input frequency range: 950~2150MHz
Signal level range: -35dBmV~40dBmV
Measurement unit: dBmV; dBµV; dBm
Measurement accuracy: ±2dB Typical 25℃
Input resistance: 75Ω
Symbol rate: 2Msps-45Msps
Connector: F type
QPSK switch: Auto
22K control: supported
Audio output: speaker
Display: 320x240 Color LCD
Signal Type: DVB-S, DVB-S2
Measurement: Signal level, S/N, MER, BER, Time Machine, Spectrum Analysis
Sprectrum Frequency Range: 950~1550 and 1550~2150
Spectrum sweep frequency bandwidth: 1 to 99MHz
Full span scan speed: About 8 seconds
Blind scan: Symbol rate, signal type
Memory content: Maximum 16000 user-defined satellites and transponders can be uploaded through PC
LNB Power Supply: 13V, 18V, 20V ≤500mA
PC Interface: Mini USB
Adapter power supply: AC100V-240V
Output port voltage: DC 12~23 Volts
Battery: 11.1V 1150mAH Li-ion
DC input: 13.5V/1A
Output port voltage: DC12-23V
Battery working time: 3~4 hours continuously after fully charged, varying from LNB current draw
Charging time: 4 to 6 hours
Working Temperature: 0℃~40℃ (32°F~104°F)
Storage Temperature: -10℃~50℃ (14°F~122°F)
Dimensions: 142*82*35mm (5.59x3.23x1.38 inches)
Weight: 0.42Kg (0.926 pounds)
Gross weight: 1 Kg (2.2 pounds)


Frequently Asked Questions


* Does the FS1-ProHD have a touch screen?

No, the F1-F4 buttons control the screen options.


*Can it receive DSS signals?

Yes


*Does the FS1-ProHD give true readings?

Yes


*Why is there a #1 and #2 next to the satellites in the SYSPLAN?

Two reasons. If a satellite has C band and Ku band frequencies, #1 is for C band and #2 is for Ku band. The second reason is, if a satellite is strictly C or Ku we give you 2 different frequencies to use.


*Can I edit the satellites in SYSPLAN?

Yes


*How do I enter in my Longitude and Latitude?

From the main menu select option 4 then option 5.


*How can I view satellites from my location?

Enter in the Long and Lat for your location and select menu option 1 (System Plan).


*How do I turn the satellite finding volume On or Off?

From the main menu select option 4 then option 3.


*Where is the quality bar or readings?

The bar on the right side of the finding window is the MER. This is similar to Quality but a more accurate way to find and read signal.


*Why can I not see a signal strength bar?

If you are in dBuV measurement mode the graph starts at 55.


*What are the different unit measurement modes and how do I switch between them?

dBuV, dBmV and dBm. From the main menu select option 4 then option 2.


*Can I copy a satellite from SYSPLAN to my USERPLAN?

Yes, just press the F4 button to load a satellite. It will be copied to the next available USERPLAN number.


*Can I manually enter in a new satellite in USERPLAN mode?

Yes, just go to the desired plan number and begin by typing in the orbital position of your satellite.


*Do I have to select DVBS1 or DVBS2?

Yes, you have to select the correct setting.




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