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A SW21 switch



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Installation examples:
 

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Almost the same as the SW21 installation is the SW42 switch. It is like two SW21's combined into one part.



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An example of only one or two receivers getting programming from 82 while the others receive 91 would be the use of a SW34 switch also called a multiswitch. The one below has 2 satellite inputs, an antenna input (not required) and four outputs. A SW24 switch is the same as a SW34 switch except there is no antenna input

The satellite inputs MUST be from the same satellite. So you could hook up a SW34 using two 91 lines to give you four outputs. You then use one or two SW21 switches to combine the 82 line with the 91 line. This can give you two combined lines and 2 91 lines.

You could also use a SW44 switch which will give you four lines combined and 2 separate lines of 91.



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