This satellite system from CAMOS represents a real breakthrough. Instead of a conventional dish, it uses a planar antenna to catch a satellite’s beam. This is a very efficient method and enables the “dish” to be much smaller, taking up less room on a vehicle’s (or boat’s) roof and making it easier both to install and use. In the case of this model, the antenna measures 60cm across but has a performance similar to a dish of 65cm diameter. And, when it’s in the parked position, the unit’s height is just 12cm.
As well as being small in size, this Camos system has the additional advantage of being light in weight. At just 6.5 Kgs, it’s almost half the weight of other crank-up systems.
The antenna’s design makes it much more resistant to wind than a normal dish, allowing it to be used in conditions where other systems would have to be lowered for safety.
The dish is controlled from inside the vehicle using a ceiling-mounted cranking handle.
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