UFO 100, 120, 140
GB
UFO 100, 120, 140
digital antenna
891020C
GB
Mounting instructions
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UFO 100, 120, 140
digital antenna
GB
8 mm
2 mm
10 mm
3 mm
Connection cable and assembly
Use Class A or A+ high shielded coaxial cable only.
Mount UFO on base
Ensure that the
UFO shells are
fully mated with
the bracket
A:Push forward
B:Push down
Secure with enclosed screws
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Mounting options on vertical or horizontal surface
Positioning the antenna:
Assemble brackets and desk
mount.
Positioning the antenna and
mark off holes for fixing.
Mounting on mast.
mm
. 80
Min
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UFO 100, 120, 140
digital antenna
GB
Mounting with universal mount (UFO 120 and UFO 140)
Mounting with centre mount (UFO 120, optional accessory for UFO
100 and UFO 140)
Positioning the antenna:
Centre mounting bracket and
deckmount. Position the antenna
and mark off holes for fixing.
Positioned antenna
and counter nut fixed.
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Troubleshooting guide
Problem
Possible root cause
Solution
Weak or missing signal
Check LED on PSU/power inserter
(optional accessory IFP 529)
Remove the cable from the PSU/
power inserter. If the LED lights up,
there is a short in the cable. Repair
or replace the cable.
Often this is caused by a short or
a missing connection in the coax
cable or the cable connectors.
Weak or missing signal
Check LED on PSU/power inserter
(optional accesory IFP 529)
Check LED on UFO antenna
Often this is caused by a short or
a missing connection in the coax
cable or the cable connectors.
If the LED is still off, replace the
PSU/power inserter.
If the LED lights up on the PSU/
power inserter but not on the UFO,
there is possibly a missing connection in the cable or connectors.
Repair or replace cable and/or connectors.
Interference
Interference is often caused by dif- Increase the distance to the interferferent electronic equipment – mobile ing source of possible.
phones, computers, tablets or transmitters being used in close proximity Increase the height of the UFO in
to the UFO.
order to improve signal reception.
Pixelation and missing
audio
Pixelation and missing audio is often Increase the distance to the interfercaused by different electronic equip- ing source of possible.
ment – mobile phones, computers,
tablets or transmitters being used in Increase the height of the UFO in
close proximity to the UFO.
order to improve signal reception.
Ghosting; double pictures Ghosting is caused by the TV signal Change position a few meters will
(analog signal only)
being reflected from buildings, large often solve the problem.
ships etc.
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UFO 100, 120, 140
digital antenna
GB
Application examples
TV
Fuse
5A
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Technical data
Type
Art. No.
UFO 120
Digital
UFO 140
Digital
87.5-108
174-230
470-862
87.5-108
174-230
470-862
87.5-108
174-230
470-790
FM/5-12/21-60
109100
Frequency range FM
VHF
UHF
MHz
MHz
MHz
Channels
Elements
Opening angle
UFO 100
Digital
ver./hor.
Windload
109120
109140
FM/5-12/21-69
FM/5-12/21-69
pcs.
1
1
1
deg.
90/360
90/360
90/360
5.5
N
5.5
5.5
Gain
dB
28
28
28
Noise figure
dB
2.5
2.5
2.5
Max. output voltage
Supply voltage
dBµV
108
108
108
V
5-24
5-24
5-24
Power consumption
mA
50
50
50
Dimensions
mm
mm
mm
325
255
65
325
255
65
325
255
65
length
width
height
Connector
Included
F-connectors
F-connectors
F-connectors
Mast bracket Ø25-60
Plastic base
Mast bracket Ø25-60
Plastic base
Universal mount
Centre mount
Mast bracket Ø25-60
Plastic base
Universal mount
Accessories
IFP 502
Power supply
Art. No. 339502
IFP 529
Power inserter
Art. No. 339529
Centre mount
Art. No. 133225
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LTE is a trademark of ETSI
GB
02-2012
891020C
DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY
TRIAX confirms that the product conforms to relevant EEC harmonized
standards and consequently can carry CE-mark.
Relevant harmonized standards:
EN 50083 and EN 60065
A product of the TRIAX group
Dealer
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