Vision Plus Status 350 Omni-Directional Antenna with coax cable and VP2
STATUS 350 Omni-Directional Antenna (5m Coax) with VP2 Amplifier for Digital TV
Vision Plus' most successful omni-directional antenna with its distinctive profile, high quality, powerful performance and versatility ensures it remains the market favourite.
- Designed for digital television signals and FM radio reception
- Receives horizontal and vertical signals through 360 degrees
- Incorporates a power amplifier with variable gain adjustment
- Standard fitting options, roof or mast mount with optional sucker mount
- Angle adjustable, allowing level mounting on a sloping surface
- Easily removable antenna dome
- Frequency : TV 470-790 Mhz
- Amplifier Gain : 18db
- Gain Adjustment : 15 db
- Flatness : +2 db
- Noise Figure : 3 db
- Output Impedance : 75 ohms
- Output : 98dbuv
- Power Supply : 12-24 v DC
- Power Consumption : 35 ma
- TV Lead : 2 metres
- Power Pack : 1520 x 80 x 36 mm
- Diameter : Antenna Dome 315 mm
- Diameter : Mounting Foot 185 mm
- Height : Overall 280 mm
- Height : No Pinnacle 180 mm
- Height : No Antenna Dome 50 mm
- Coax Cable : 5 meters and plug
Status Aerials from Vision Plus
The Status Aerial range from Vision Plus for both caravans and motorhomes includes both directional aerials and omni-directional aerials. But how do you choose which one suits your needs the most and what are the differences between them?
These types of aerials ( antennas ) are designed to avoid the need to find out what direction your TV or radio signal is coming from. As the name suggests, they do this by 'gathering' in the signal from every horizontal direction - a full 360 degrees. Because of this you should notice that omni-directional aerials do not come with a signal finder. However, Vision Plus who produce the Status Aerial range do include a signal amplifier to help with the quality of your TV picture and sound quality with their omni-directional aerials. Whilst these types of aerials are highly practical - especially for caravanners and people on the move who do not want to spend time finding the best signal direction for every site they visit - if you want absolute quality of signal then you should consider a directional aerial instead. As usual, there is no absolute right or wrong - it depends on your priorities.
As mentioned above, if your priority is the picture and sound quality then few would argue against our advice that a directional aerial or antenna is the one for you. This is because the aerial needs to be pointed in the correct direction. Having said that, you will now want to find out where the best and strongest signal is coming from and that is why the Vision Plus Status aerial systems have a signal detector for directional aerials included. These make the process a breeze especially compared to the days of trial and error. Switch it on, rotate the aerial till you get the green light and you're ready to go.