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KVH TracVision TV1 Empty Dummy Dome (01-0372)

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KVH TracVision TV1 Empty Dummy Dome (01-0372)

Brand: KVH           P\N: 01-0372          

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Solid Signal is an Authorized Reseller of KVH products.
Solid Signal is an Authorized Reseller of KVH products.
The TracVision TV1 Empty Dummy Dome by KVH is an empty dome with baseplate for installations where twin domes are desired for aesthetic reasons.

Features


  • KVH TracVision TV1 Dummy Dome

  • Empty (Non-Functional) Dome with Baseplate

  • Applications: Installations Where Twin Domes are Desired for Aesthetic Reasons

  • Dome Dimensions: 13.1" x 13.5"

  • Weight: 7.5 lbs



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