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Dish Network DISH 1000.2 Plus
Sadoun Satellite Sales is an AUTHORIZED DISH NETWORK DEALER IN
THE USA. The Dish Network 1000.2 offers Dish Network customers
Regular Programming, HDTV, and some local channels.
WESTERN ARC VERSION: Dish
Network uses this dish to receive channels from satellites 110,
EASTERN ARC VERSION: Dish
Network uses this dish to receive channels from satellites 61.5°W, 72.7°W, and 77°W.
universal Wall/Roof Mount that comes with your dish purchase,
allows you to setup your dish on your roof or exterior wall of
DISH 1000.2 allows customers to receive programming from
three orbital locations; 110°, 119° and 129°.
replaces the older Dish 1000 model.
1 5/8" mounting mast
19"h x 24"w dish face
The DISH 1000.2 satellite dish antenna uses an integrated three
orbital location DISH Pro Plus LNBF to receive signal from three orbital locations. The DISH 1000.2 reflector is
slightly larger than a DISH 1000 reflector. For additional
information and detailed installation instructions, refer to DISH
(Parts are not interchangeable with other dishes)
Guide (part number 151255) and Quick Facts: DISH 1000.2. DISH Pro
Plus 1000.2 LNBF
Three receiver output
ports support a combination of DISH Pro Plus, DISH Pro, and Legacy
receivers, including up to three DISH Pro Plus (dual-tuner)
receivers when used with DISH Pro Plus Separators.
While Legacy receivers
are supported without a DISH Pro Adapter, at least one DISH Pro or
DISH Pro Plus receiver must be connected and powered at all times to
power the LNBF.
LNB IN port supports
adding a fourth orbital location. The LNB IN port is operational
only when receiver output ports are connected directly to satellite
receivers. It is disabled when the receiver output ports are
connected to a switch.
The default output of the
receiver ports is 119° on PORT 1, 110° on PORT 2 and 129° on PORT 3.
Note that the output ports do not follow the feed horns, but rather
allow for PORT 1 to be used for peaking on 119°, similar to other
On the Installation
Summary screens, the DPP 1000.2 LNBF may display as “DPP Twin” or “DPP
Triple” prior to the receiver’s software download. After downloading
software, it will display as “1K.2” and “DPP 1K.2”. Legacy receivers
will display the LNBF as “SW64” when the LNB IN port is unused or
“SW21-4Sat” when a fourth orbital location is connected (if
supported by that receiver).
Peak signal on 119°W
(signal at LNBF output PORT 1) after setting the skew angle. Do not
try to balance all three satellite signal levels.
If the peaking meter does
not produce at least 600 mA to power the DPP 1000.2 LNBF, connect
PORT 2 of the LNBF to the SATELLITE IN port of a powered receiver to
provide LNBF power while peaking.
The DPP 1000.2 LNBF’s
Adapter Bracket (included) can be replaced by the Three-LNBF Bracket
(sold separately) to allow use of three Dual or Single LNBFs. The
Three-LNBF Bracket will not support Twin or Quad LNBFs. The
W-Bracket used with the DISH 1000 is not interchangeable with the
DISH 1000.2 Three-LNBF Bracket. The Three-LNBF Bracket can also be
used temporarily with a Dual or Single for peaking on 119°W.
The DISH 1000.2 skew
plate has additional skew holes to use when the skew is set to 110
or higher, or 70 or below. Bolts in these skew holes provide
additional stability at these extreme angles. Refer to the latest
DISH 1000.2 Installation Guide (part number 151255) for additional
While all DISH Network
satellite receivers can be connected to the DISH 1000.2, the
following models may not detect and will not support the 129ºW
location or a fourth orbital location connected to the DPP 1000.2
LNBF’s LNB In port: 1000, 2000, 3000, 4000, 5000, JVC-DVHS (IRR),
and the DishPlayer 7100/7200.
Receivers need to
download the latest software to view 129°W.
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