Rail Mount for Large Antenna / Satellite Dish
- 3.00 LBS
To ensure maximum stability and support, the recommended location of placing this is where the vertical rails intersect with either the bottom or top horizontal rail.
NEVER affix the Rail Mount on railing that is rusted, bent, cracked has deficient or broken welds/connections to the top or bottom horizontal rails, or railing that is not structurally stable in its connection to the building structure.
Anchor the Antenna (how to): Seat and level the antenna mounting foot (not included) onto PLATE #3 using the 3/4" BOLTS (D) with the LOCK WASHER (A) and HEX NUTS (C), securely tighten to torque of 144lbs.
Made of High Quality Steel and Powder-coated for Long-Lasting Corrosion Resistance.
Hardware supplied with this unit, including all nuts, bolts and washers, are specifically designed and manufactured to meet the requirements of installation of this mount. The substitution of any other hardware may result in failure of the mount. Under no circumstances should any hardware or the mount be modified in any way other than the original intent of the manufacturer.
Positioning Satellite Antennas for Better Reception Using Mounts
Then in the horizontal plane, there is azimuth angle which determines how much the antenna needs to be turned either to the west or east to get the signals from target satellite. Both the azimuth angle and upright angle should be adjusted within a range of 1 degree in order to get optimal reception quality. A trial and error rotating of the antenna should be done to fine-tune the antenna to get the best signal.