KING Surelock Digital TV Signal Finder

Catalog Item # 68416

Pinpoint the location of local TV towers before doing a channel scan to easily aim your directional over-the-air antenna.

Technical Specifications

Less than 1 lb.
3 1/2"H x 3"W x 3/4"D.

Camper's Choice Rating

Reviewer rating of 4 stars based on 12 reviews (4 Based on 12 Reviews)

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Great little gadget

by Anonymous – May 05, 2014
5 out of 5 stars

This product works great, finds the signal and locks on!

Easy and spot on

by Susan DiGiuseppe – May 09, 2014
5 out of 5 stars

This worked perfectly! Plugged it in and immediately picked up more channels, very happy!

Practically perfect in every way

by MarkInTheGardens – March 06, 2014
5 out of 5 stars

We got this because we often travel to campgrounds without cable TV in areas with which we are not familiar. Finding the best al

Surelock Digital TV Sogma; Fomder

by Steven Cain – January 27, 2014
5 out of 5 stars

It works just as it is said to. Not only do I use it for my camper, but it helped me with my house antenna.

Great time saver

by Happy Camper – May 14, 2014
5 out of 5 stars

Does what it should. You can quickly find where over the air channels are broadcasting from and narrow down the best angle for y

by eoclacok – October 03, 2016
No, this signal finder is only used for UHF/VHF over the air TV signal.
by Camping World – October 07, 2016
by DD – April 29, 2016
Does this only work with King antenna? I have a razor
No, this signal finder can be used with other brands of HD Over The Air antennas.
by Camping World – April 29, 2016
by Nickers – March 05, 2016
I was wondering if this would help cut down on the tv pixels. This is the problem I am having hoping someone can point me in the right direction for help. When we go camping and if we have the generator on and you run the tv the picture on the tv will break down in to pixels squares or the picture will freeze but the volume still plays. Do I need a filter or something on the tv coax?
If the odd symptoms occur only when your generator is running, there is going to be two high possibilities for cause. 1)The generator is creating radio/electromagnetic inference. Using heavily shielded COAX cables will likely assist in fixing this. 2)There might be something electrical between your generator and distribution panel that is causing the problem. As an example here is a post on the FMCA forums about bad grounding of the generator.
by Camping World – March 29, 2016

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