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Low Power 2 way LNB

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Default Low Power 2 way LNB

Hi,

I have Zgemma H2S and suspect that there is not powerful enough to serveice the motor and LNB. The motor is a Stab HH90 and the LNB a 2 way Technisat LNB that is a good few years old.

Are there any good twin output low power LNB's that anyone could recommend?
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It's unlikely any receiver which supports DiSeCq 1.2 cannot supply sufficient current to service a motor + LNB. What makes you think that is the problem?
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