Winegard Sensar IV Integrated Amp. Replacement Head Only

Catalog Item # 50012

Upgrade your existing Sensar III antenna for optimized over-the-air TV viewing.

Technical Specifications

3.8 lbs.

Camper's Choice Rating

Reviewer rating of 5 stars based on 27 reviews (5 Based on 27 Reviews)

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Pros
  • Easy to install (3)
  • Improved reception (2)
  • Brought in network stations (2)
  • Brought in 30 more channels (1)

Really improved my TV Reception

by Larry Boswell – July 26, 2011
5 out of 5 stars

I replaced my old batwing antenna (Winegard) with add-on Wingman with a new Sensar IV with integrated Wingman and I was able to

Added service

by Anonymous – April 05, 2010
5 out of 5 stars

I replaced my Winegard antenna on my motorhome with the Sensar IV replacement. I could lock on to 7 channels only with the old se

Replacement HD Antenna

by Karen – February 23, 2014
5 out of 5 stars

Great product. I purchased this product and replaced it within 15 minutes. I now get all the HD Channels in the area. I am excit

Easy to install, works great.

by oneal – November 23, 2013
5 out of 5 stars

Ordered this not knowing if it would work or how hard it was to install. this antenna works great. the hardest part about its in

Review made it sound like a good replacement

by Mark Miller – October 03, 2014
1 out of 5 stars

Purchased this for my 2003 Fleetwood motorhome to help the HD reception. Based on the review, I would not recommend it to anybod

by Ron – May 02, 2016
What is the mileage rating on this antenna for picking up hd broadcasts? I have seen some rated from 40 to up to 150 mile radius.
The Sensar IV antenna has a range of up to 55 miles.
by Camping World – May 03, 2016
Yes, it is possible to use this antenna head for use at a residential home. However, this RV model unit is a 12V DC amplified head. Winegard also manufactures a whole line of residential intended antennas that use 120V AC power if amplified. Their list of products can be viewed here.
by Camping World – March 31, 2016
Performance wise, there is no difference. The Wingman attachment does increase the overall height of the antenna head, while the Sensar IV has the Wingman function built on but with a head height like a Sensar III without the Wingman. In regards to complete antenna units with install hardware, the Sensar IV is packaged with the SensarPro Signal Meter wall plate while the Sensar III's should have the traditional wall plate with a simple On/Off button and usually a 12VDC receptacle. Overall, the Sensar IV is more of a revision rather than a new product when compared against the Sensar III.
by Camping World – March 09, 2016

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