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SKU: vt-001

Take the hard work out of getting a TV signal


The VanTenna is the next generation of caravan TV antennas. This antenna provides you with TV signal from every angle, regardless of the direction you Caravan or Motorhome is parked in. No need to wind up an antenna and attempt to point it in the direction of the best signal, only to find out that you can’t get half the channels due to poor signal strength. No need to wind it down in bad weather or storms and no breaking of the antenna when travelling over corrugated roads as there are no hinges or moving parts. Simply turn the unit on and scan for TV channels on your TV. The VanTenna does all the work for you.

The VanTenna is specifically designed to be compatible with HDTV signal in Australia (DVB-T). At only 30cm high, the VanTenna is the same height as most caravan air-conditioning units. The VanTenna also comes with a built in high gain and low noise amplifier. This amplifier has a highly advanced 3G/4G/5G filter to provide clean, super low noise HD picture and sound quality. The VanTenna enables you to receive more free local TV channels with an enhanced reception range and provides better quality signal over conventional caravan TV antennas.

  • Technical Specifications

    • Frequency Range:
      • VHF: 87.5-230MHz
      • UHF: 470- 862MHz
    • Polarisation: Horizontal and Vertical
    • Gain: 36dB
    • Impedance: 75 Ohm
    • Connector: F male/IEC male
    • Suppy voltage: 12V DC
    • Certification: FCC
    • Size: 302 x 302 x 302 mm
  • What’s in the box

    • VanTenna
  • Connector types

    • Model A comes with a TV connector (F type) on the botom of the unit. This version is ideal for new antenna installations on a caravan where a coax cable has not yet been installed, or when replacing on older TV antenna that had an internal coax cable, for instance a Kings Jack TV antenna.
    • Model B comes with a TV connector (F type) on the side of the unit. This version is ideal for customers that already have a TV coax cable coming through their roof, that connects to an older antenna on the outside, for instance a Winegard or AntennaTek. 
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