The XS7700HD PRO is the successor of our popular model XS5500HD PLUS.
XS7700HD PRO is one of the most advanced and well equipped satellite finders in it’s own category, it is the first of it’s kind to have Gyro+ accelerometer and geomagnetic sensors to calculate angles and positions which help identify the location of the satellites and alignment of the dish antenna.
It has predefined geo locations “longitude” and “latitude” and by selecting preferred city, the finder will calculate Azimuth (left/right) and Elevation (up/down) of the dish antenna and shows graphical shapes on the screen. Also, by holding the device in hand, you can search for the satellite by matching center spot and the satellite icon on the screen. Along with the Azimuth and Elevation, the finder will also show the skew of LNB (adjustment of the LNB position).
The XS7700HD PRO is equipped with many useful and user-friendly equipments to make the dish antenna installation job much easier and joyful for it’s users.
- The realtime spectrum analyzer, which gives realtime result on the screen and shows the wavelength along with the transponder information of the pointer. Also, by using the spectrum, you can find out weakest and strongest TP and save their information in finder’s satellite list.
- The feed volt meter, which shows the power consumption of LNB and cable in Volts and Current values. This option is very helpful for testing cable quality and LNB power.
- The Satellite identifier, can check the signal and match with the available satellites and also, shows the results with the TP details.
- The DiSEqC monitor is one of important and unique features of this finder. By connecting the satellite finder to receiver, it can monitor the receiver commands and also, show what command the receiver is sending to DiSEqC switch and USALS motor.
- The multi TP scan was available in our previous models and it has been improved in this model. Now, with our improved multi TP scan, you can select the satellite, adjust TP manually and let the finder show the result of signal from the Quattro LNB -horizontal high, vertical high, horizontal low and vertical low- cables individually.