What if there was a professional satellite meter
that would display the satellite name, and signal quality every
time you would point to a satellite, without a single push of a
button? Well, now there is. It's called
it's exclusively available inside the LEXIUMFastAlign®
signal meter! Save
time by knowing exactly where you on the satellite arch. When
you see which satellite you are locked on to, you will easily
know if you need to move your dish east or west to point to your
targeted satellite. See video below for full explanation.
is an automatic satellite recognition technology that recognizes
& displays the name of the satellite you are pointing to from
the programmed list of satellites in its databank. In
signal quality so you can make sure you get the highest possible
signal while by the satellite dish. As you move your
satellite dish across the Clark belt, every time your satellite
dish receives signal from a programmed satellite, the meter
displays it along with your quality bar reading.
Traditional professional satellite meters only
a signal quality reading after you specify your targeted
satellite that you are trying to point to. The problem
with this is that you don't know in which direction you need to
move your dish in order to hit your targeted satellite because
there is no indication of where on the Clark belt you are.
you see which satellite you are getting a signal from, you will
know if you need to move your dish to the left or right (east or
west), up or down because it displays the name of the satellite
you are currently on, making the satellite you are actually
receiving signal from a point of reference. This makes
your job a lot easier and allows you to quickly install and get
signal from your targeted satellite! For example: In North
America, your targeted satellite is Galaxy 19 (@ 97W), and the
meter displays SES 1 (@ 101W) as you are moving your satellite
dish, you know you will have to move left (east) and down just a
little until you find Galaxy 19. It's that simple.
Another technology built into
7100, is theQuickSweep®technology.
makes the meter react to & display your signal reception very
quickly so that there is no lag time between the time the signal
hits your dish to the time that it's displayed on yourFastAlign®
This will allow you to quickly sweep your dish across the
satellite arc, without having to worry about passing by &
possibly missing your targeted satellite.
Displays TP Frequency
Backlight - Display Illumination - Day &
On/Off Timer (Automatically turns off
your meter after idle to save battery life)
Factory Default / Meter Reset Feature
TP Name Editable
Satellite Name Editable
Satellite Location Editable
Load Satellite Name / TP Specifications
Via Computer or Manually Using Meter
8 Transponders Programmable Per
27 Satellites Programmable
Easy To Read Oversized Display
LNB LO Frequency Programmable
As you you have read according to the above
specifications, in addition to DiSEqC1.0 and DiSEqC1.1, theFastAlign®
features DiSEqC1.2, making it capable of moving any DiSEqC motor
on the market including the most popularSG9120&SG9120Bmotors.
In addition, the display of the meter displays large, easy to
read characters and signal quality bar.
You can easily update the satellite list and
transponder specifications and data on the meter using the four
buttons on the meter, or you can download the loader software
(coming soon) for the meter and update the satellite list and
transponder data using your own personal computer or laptop.
Other features include a timer that turns off
your meter within 10, 20, 30, 40, 50, 60, 70, 80, or 90 minutes
of non use. This features turns off yourFastAlign®
saves your battery life if you forget to turn it off after use.
The back light illumination allows you to use the meter in the
dark to align and install your satellite dish. The meter
is also compatible with a large selection of the most popular
LNBFs on the market.
The meter includes a home charger / wall
charger, along with 8 rechargeable AA batteries, protective
carrying case and neck strap. If your meter ever runs out
of batteries during your work day, you can easily purchase &
replace with any AA battery from the store and continue to your
next installation. Additional rechargeable batteries (1.2V
2700mAh) are available for purchase through your local LEXIUM
distributor, or you can use any other AA battery readily
available from any local electronic store or center.
FastAlign 7100Pro Satellite Meter with AutoFind
This is the first and only
professional grade satellite meter that will
actually display the names of the different
satellites that you are pointing to as you swing
your satellite dish from one side to another
using the exclusive AutoFind technology
available only on the LEXIUM FastAlign 7100Pro
professional satellite meter finder!
Why do some satellite names not displayed under "Auto
Search" function? When using the Auto Search function, also
known as the AutoFind® function, the particular satellite must
be enabled and turned on to be used with the AutoFind® function.
You can simply follow the instructions below to activate this
function for any satellite you desire. We have put
together a video that will walk you through as well:
Turn your meter on by pressing the "F4" key.
Choose Day or Night mode by pressing the "F2" or "F3" button
Keep Pressing the "F2" or "F3" buttons until you see
Press "OK" by pressing the "F1" button & enter the
additional function section of the meter.
Keep Pressing the "F2" or "F3" buttons until you see
Press "OK" by pressing the "F1" button and enter the editing
section of the meter.
Choose the satellite you want to turn the AutoFind® function
on for by pressing the "F2" or "F3" buttons.
Press "OK" by pressing the "F1" button & enter the editing
section for that particular satellite.
Keep Pressing the "F2" or "F3" buttons until you see "AUTO
Press the "F1" button.
At this point, the word "OFF" will blink.
switch to "ON" by pressing the "F2" or "F3" button.
The screen will display "ONF".
When done, and to save, press "F1" button.
You will see a message that displays "TO KEEP ?".
Choose "YES" by pressing the "F1" button.
At this point, this satellite is now turned on to automatically
display when you use the meter in AutoFind® mode.