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King Controls SureLock SL1000 Digital TV Signal Finder (SL-1000)

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Model: SL1000  |  SKU: 660045123906
 
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Save time and frustration with the King Controls SureLock Digital TV Signal Meter.Quickly pinpoint the location of local DTV towers and begin watching digital television.
●  LED lights indicate where DTV signal is strongest
●  Variable sensitivity adjustment
●  Foolproof antenna pointing in both strong and weak signal areas
●  Also compatible with HD for DTV.
●  Pinpoint the location of local DTV towers


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FEATURES

  • LED lights indicate where DTV signal is strongest
  • Variable sensitivity adjustment
  • Foolproof antenna pointing in both strong and weak signal areas
  • Also compatible with HD for DTV.
  • Pinpoint the location of local DTV towers
  • Point the antenna before scanning for channels
  • Saves time and frustration
  • Eliminate the need for multiple channel scan
  • Takes the guesswork out of finding the towers
  • Simple to use, plug-n-play design
  • Connects to the antenna TV output or in-line
  • Positive signal identification

SPECIFICATIONS

Specifications:
• Dimensions: 3.5”L x 3.2”W x 1”D
• Weight: .25 lbs.
• VHF/UHF Frequency: 40-862 MHz (Ch 2-69)
• Signal Range: 60-90 dBuV
• Power Requirement: 5V DC, 40mA
• Battery: 9V PP3 Type (included)
• Warranty: 1 year - limited

Kit Contents:
• Signal Meter
• 9V PP3 Type Battery
• Coaxial Connectors
• Velcro Mounts

DESCRIPTION

Save time and frustration with the King Controls SureLock Digital TV Signal Meter. Quickly pinpoint the location of local DTV towers and begin watching digital television.

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Average Rating (3 Reviews):  4 Stars Average Rating
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Latest Positive Rating:
Very Good For find Tuning That Signal From Those TV Antenna Towers Near You With The Help: http://www.antennapoint.com/ Just Type You Zip Code or Address and Zip Code - Then It Will Show Where Your Local TV Antenna Towers Are Located


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