Fully Automatic, heavy-duty motor handles, large antenna with plenty of torque to break thru heavy ice loads
Unit is dial controlled
This unit is NOT compatible with Winegards 8200u or Channel Masters 3671
Strong, machine-cut gears that wont bind
Brake pads hold firm to prevent high wind damage (tested to 70 mph)
2 synchronized motors give exact degree of station location
One piece high alloy aluminum construction assures total weather protection
Gold, corrosion-resistant coated
Holds masts up to 1.75" diameter
Requires 3-wire rotator cable
UL listed, AC operation
Dependable and reliable, this is the standard the TV industry goes by! For traditionalists everywhere, the TDP2 simplifies multi-channel reception.
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Product Reviews for Antennacraft by RadioShack TDP2 TV/FM TV Antenna Rotator (TDP-2)
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Not into cable
- Enfield, CT. - 3/22/2011
Very easy to set up. Solid construction. It survived the New England snow storms this winter.Wind gusts were 60 mph and rotor stayed in position with two antennas mounted to it.
Great product so far.
- Peabody, MA - 3/28/2013
Easy setup and installation. Easy to operate. Quality seems to be there. Time will tell about its durabilty.
Great product at a great price.
- Rockford, rd Ohio - 3/28/2013
Very solid constuction.
- Sandpoint, oint ID - 3/28/2013
Ive had this rotor 2 weeks it works fine.
- Central Florida, Central Florida - 3/28/2013
This unit was bought to replace an older one.The older one had locked up at the top bushing.Took new unit apart (do not recommend voids warranty) applied a high quality grease for wet uses to the bushing and internal gears and bearings.Hope not to have problem again.Works great with 8 antenna 35 feet up.
I would buy again
- Central Michiga, Central Michiga - 3/28/2013
Easy to hook up and easy to use.
- Northeast Wisco, Northeast Wisco - 3/28/2013
This rotor survived 2 days of high wind warnings with gusts over 60 mph on top of a 40 tower without the antenna shifting position or sustaining damage.Time will tell what the longevity of this unit will be.