OK, what is it?
Michael-KC4ZVA Sent from my iPad
On Oct 6, 2015, at 4:34 PM, Jim Barbre [email protected] wrote:
This might be what you are looking for. It is 12V DC and is designed for portable operation. I own one and I like it very much. It is light duty - not for large antennas. I use a program called PstRotator to interface it with Orbitron.
Hope this helps. 73 Jim Barbre KB7YSY
On 10/6/2015 3:39 AM, Daniel Cussen wrote:
Wondering if anyone could recommend a basic AZ-only rotator that is compatible with Orbitron?
I was hoping to find perhaps a low-cost television antenna rotator (or similar) to give me some automation in the AZ direction without the expense of a full AZ-EL system. Something that works on 12vDC for portable operation would be a nice bonus, but is certainly not mandatory.
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