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The SCAN Antenna 60401-XXX is a passive OUTDOOR mounted antenna with versions for the Thuraya XT, XT-LITE, XT-Pro and SatSleeve including HotSpot.
The antenna requires no pointing towards the satellite* and the rugged design ensures reliable performance even in harsh conditions. The kits come complete with the selected adapter to suit either the XT, XT-LITE, XT-Pro, SatSleeve Universal & SatSleeve HotSpot.
* Please note, that whilst the antenna receives the satellite communication signal the handset will still have to be placed in a location where it is able to get a GPS signal / lock from it's own internal GPS antenna.
Typically vehicle dashboard, caravan window, wheelhouse / cockpit of a vessel etc. The handset will not register on the network without a GPS position.
Ordered quite a few things in the sale. Receive a phone call to run through items to make sure I had the right expectations and was not spending money on unnecessary items. Thanks to the team at Satphone Sales for looking out for my best interests.
The Thuraya vehicle antenna is very easy to use, easily attached to the roof of my car or side or back, with a long cable. Will work well when we are driving in the outback. I will use it with my XT-PRO.
Well worth it, if living in south eastern Australia
Freight Express post certainly took longer than advertised I received the parcel 6 days after order. But this is more Australia post not meeting there advertised delivery
Hi, yes, it has been taking longer than it should. Unfortunately there is nothing we can do other than change services, unfortunately we're not seeing any others doing better. In fact AP have suspended their Express post guarantee, but still collect the same fees. Hmmm. We have updated our website with the approximate, actual times we are seeing. Thank you for the feedback
it could do with instructions especially for first time users. little rubber plug is fiddly to remove