To receive a clear satellite picture, any satellite dish must have the correct Vertical and Horizontal alignment. Vertical alignment is the dish angle of elevation and refers to the angle at which the satellite signals hit the earth’s axis. Horizontal alignment is the position of a satellite relative to where you wish to receive the signal and requires the dish to be turned until the satellite signal is received. For digital satellite reception, correct dish alignment can be simplified with the use of a satellite finding compass.
Compass has an alignment window to help you locate your signal zone quickly and easily
Suitable for use with all satellite systems
Supplied with easy-to-follow instructions