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INTELLIANi2 13" Marine Satellite TV Antenna—North America


i2 13" Marine Satellite TV Antenna—North America

Model # 12275129Mfg # B3-206S


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Product Description

The revolutionary i2 antenna makes satellite TV possible on smaller boats due to its compact size of just 13 inches and it's light weight of just 9.5 lbs. With it's elevation range of 10 ° to 80°, the i2 offers greater range than competitive units, great news for travelers headed north or south.

The world’s most versatile 2-axis marine satellite TV antennas, Intellian Satellite TV Antennas provide reliable TV reception for boats as small as 20', with exclusive, patented technologies to make watching TV onboard easier than you imagined possible. Advanced WRS Wide Range Search programming covers a wider range and locks on to a signal in seconds, four to five times faster than other models. Dynamic Beam Tilting holds onto the signal when you are under way or your boat moves, with superior technology, utilizing a sub-reflector rotating at 3,000rpm instead of rate sensors. The dish responds faster, even in the roughest conditions. Intellian has a full range of antenna systems. Compare where you’re headed with the coverage of your provider.

  • Boat Size: 20' and over
  • Dish Diameter: 13"
  • Antenna Weight: 9.5lb.
  • Dome Dimensions: 14 5/8"dia. x 15"H
  • Minimum ERP: 51dBW
  • Elevation Range: +10° to +80°
  • RF Outputs: Dual: Circular/Linear

Technical Brochure



i2 13" Marine Satellite TV Antenna—North America

Antenna Dish Diameter 13"
Application Satellite TV
Cable Length RG6 Cable
Base Type Built-in
Compatible Satellite TV Services N. America
HDTV Compatible Yes
Material UV-resistant plastic
Minimum EIRP 51 dBw
Radome Dimensions 14.7" x 15"
Tracking WRS/DBT Tracking
Warranty 2 Years Parts
1 Year Labor
Weight 9.5 lbs

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