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Getting motor/receiver to turn to 15W using USALS

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  • Getting motor/receiver to turn to 15W using USALS

    Sadoun and Staff:

    I posted a message on the forum a few days ago about getting a motor/receiver combination that can turn to 15W using USALS.


    Here is my story: I have tried 3 different motors with 4 different receivers over the past 3 years and none of the combinations would turn the motor to 15W using USALS. Most gave a "Out of Range" message, while one gave "Moving Dish" message but in reality the dish was not moving.

    Of the 3 motors used, one was a Sadoun Motor, the other a STAB, and the other a SG2100. The receivers used were a Viewsat, a Fortec, Openbox, and Manhattan 1933. None of the combos would turn the dish to 15W using USALS. I am out of ideas, perhaps the software or hardware is the limiting factor.

    I would invite any input as you are a great source of FTA info. Thanks.

    Sponge
    Web store: Sadoun Sales International

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    Re: Getting motor/receiver to turn to 15W using USALS

    I have not heard of any motor that will move that far using usals. I think it is a software problem.
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      Re: Getting motor/receiver to turn to 15W using USALS

      My motor acts like it's going there, but in reality if I look out the window, it goes to "zero".

      Sent to 30 degrees (ok), 15 degrees (not ok).. :) Bill
      Location: Far Western Maryland [39.4N-79.4W] Fortec Star 90cm (35.5 in) Dish, Fortec Star Mercury II FTA Receiver, STAB HH 90 Motor, chick.com

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        Re: Getting motor/receiver to turn to 15W using USALS

        Originally posted by Powrline View Post
        My motor acts like it's going there, but in reality if I look out the window, it goes to "zero".

        Sent to 30 degrees (ok), 15 degrees (not ok).. :) Bill
        POWRLINE,

        Yes, sometimes when you try to turn a motor using USALS to 15W it will do strange things.

        Sponge
        Web store: Sadoun Sales International

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