Impressive from every angle
Sea Tel ST24 Satellite TV's high elevation range and choice of
automatic or manual skew control gives you the maximum flexibility
and reach for the best reception.
With two axes of stabilisation and one axis of polarisation, it
provides strong satellite TV reception at higher latitudes while
finding the optimal skew angle for maximum signal strength.
Sea Tel ST24 Satellite TV system has been protected against
motion and connection interference to ensure consistency of
operation and unspoilt viewing pleasure for passengers and crew
Sea Tel ST24 Satellite TV's complete antenna stabilisation
system including proprietary antenna control and fast-track signal
lock software detects the slightest motion and compensates/corrects
Flexible and adaptable
Install Sea Tel ST24 Satellite TV simply using standard
off-the-shelf cables and avoid the need for expensive upgrades for
high-performance TV-at-Sea without the hidden costs.
Source, purchase and replace your own cabling with this
easy-to-install system and mount on a tuna tower rather than pay
for expensive upgrades.
Touch and go
Enjoy one-touch operation with the 4.3-inch touchscreen Graphic
Antenna Control Panel (GACP), which features clear icons, satellite
selection and a list of presets for intuitive operation.
The compact and clear display puts all the controls at the tip
of your finger, with familiar menu items for everything you need on
Individual choice, multiple screens
Sea Tel ST24 Satellite TV supports any number of satellite
receivers so many TVs can be installed and individually programmed
for the enjoyment of everyone on board.
Sea Tel ST24 Satellite TV is compatible with most Ku-Band HDTV
services worldwide for digital TV and music programming, so with
the ability to have as many TVs on board as you like, everyone can
watch their favourite programmes.
Bespoke GPS navigation
A built-in GPS antenna and proprietary algorithms give Sea Tel
ST24 Satellite TV fast satellite acquisition capabilities - with
all positioning data clearly displayed on the GACP display.