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Thanks. This looks like it'll be my choice if it doesn't take too long to get to market.
Another advantage of using my existing DirecTV HD DVR is that I can control the box via RF remote control. The camper has little to no shelf space and the sat box will end up being behind a closed cabinet more often than not so RF contol is essential for my application.
Please keep me posted on when I can get a look at one...
Seems the more I research the Carryout the more questions I have...
Am I correct in that the Carryout will require the GM-1200 to properly run on standard electic power? Seems it'll only come equiped with a cigarette lighter plug? Is that right?
You are correct, the GS-1200 does not come with the Carryout.
You can use any Power Supply that meets the Specifications below:
Power Supply Specifications:
DC Voltage tolerance 2 – 5% over from 0% to 100% of rated load
Typical Min. Current Range 5 -6 amps
Ripple and Noise Max. 100mV p-p
AC Input Voltage Range 100 – 120VAC
Frequency 50-60 Hz
Operating Temp. 0C to 50C
Integrated Cigarette Receptacle
The Carryout does come with a Cigarette plug but there are otherways to connect to coach power and to my knowledge, all cars have a Cigarette outlet to plug into.
In Northern Canada, you will need a larger reflector. You should be able to use the Carryout in Red Deer likely even to Edmonton but I would not recommend using it much further North.
I should be able to narrow the date down significantly by this time Thursday.
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