Satellite Finder

Catalog Item # 14067

Locking on to your satellite signal is now a one-person operation.

Satellite Signal Meter displays signal strength, according to dish position, with an easy-to-read analog needle and audible tone, allowing you to make necessary adjustments without having to yell back and forth from the window. Quickly installs between the satellite dish and receiver and includes a 3', 75 ohm cable for easy hook-up. Meter is powered by satellite receiver, so there's no additional power connection. Works great with #17018 Satellite Heading Compass.

Technical Specifications

Less than 1 lb.
4 1/2"W x 2 1/2"H x 1 1/8"D

Camper's Choice Rating

Reviewer rating of 5 stars based on 25 reviews (5 Based on 25 Reviews)

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Satellite Finder, Worth the Price if Not on Sale

by Gary the Tech Writer – March 12, 2009
5 out of 5 stars

This unit is connected via coaxial cable between the satellite dish and the satellite receiver satellite input. The receiver provi

Satelite finder

by Gary Mougeot – March 10, 2009
5 out of 5 stars

I have had one for years and wouldn't be without it. I have not had any trouble with the cable that came with it. Sometimes I can

Finder works great!

by Dan Robertson – June 20, 2005
4 out of 5 stars

This product took the aggrevation out of my dish set up. Just follow the instructions and in no time you'll be an expert! Highly


by John Wolcott – December 02, 2004
5 out of 5 stars

Getting the satellite dish lined up will never be a problem again. I can't tell you the time I have spent getting just a signal th

Satellite Finder

by Joe Landers – April 05, 2004
5 out of 5 stars

Let me tell you if you are thinking of buying this and are having the thoughts of yeah right! Well let me tell you I thought that

by Joe – December 03, 2015
Ideally this product is used in conjunction with a satellite antenna that requires to be manually pointed like the GM-MP1(SKU#49428) or TR-6100(SKU#78191). But can be used with automatic models like the Tailgater.
by Camping World – December 10, 2015
This product will only operate properly when installed between a satellite antenna and satellite receiver. SF-1000 Instructions Having the satellite finder installed closer to the antenna or antenna controls is more helpful for immediate feedback and correction.
by Camping World – September 15, 2015
by Gary – September 06, 2015
A satellite finder such as this is best suited for manual models like the MP-1 antenna as opposed to the Tailgater which is an automatic satellite antenna.
by Camping World – September 07, 2015

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