The touring aerial dates back to the early 1970’s when Maxview’s screw fixed aerials evolved into suction fixed roof mounted aerials. In January 1986 the first ever Omni Directional aerial was launchedat the Boat Show, called the Omnimax it is still Maxviews best selling touring aerial for Caravans, Motorhomes, HGV and inland waterways market.
In the 1980 Maxview recognized that satellite will grow significantly in the future so they began to develop satellite dish systems for TV and also for mobile phones. The first of these dishes was the Omnisat, this soon developed into an entire range including their first roof mounted system, the click clack. Later on in 2010 Fully Automated Systems were developed called the Seeker.
The Target is a fully automatic roof mounted satellite system designed to receive satellite TV and radio from the UK and Europe at the press of a button, using a wired control box. The Performance and coverage from the Target is better than that of a Dome Satellite System. There is an easy to adjust manual skew system with enhanced gearbox design for increased positional accuracy and reliability.
The cable entry cover allows the system to be mounted in a position to suit the user and vehicle.
The Connect brings smart technology to your satellite system, offering the ultimate convenience. The free Connect app offers full control of your system, with the additional benefit of automatic software updates ensuring uninterrupted viewing and a greater range of satellites. Wherever you travel, Connect ensures you can stay connected.
The Seeker Wireless is a fully automatic roof mounted satellite system designed to receive satellite TV and radio from the UK and Europe at the press of a button, with the convenience of a wireless control panel.
In parked position, dish collapses to a height of just 17cm.
The VuQube II
The VuQube II is a fully enclosed automatic satellite system designed to receive satellite TV and radio in the UK and Europe at the press of a button, using a wired control box.
Programmed to locate major UK and European satellites within range.
The Precision is a tripod mounted manual satellite system used to receive satellite TV and radio channels. The Precision has been designed to simplify the assembly and alignment process for effortless use.
The azimuth search zone is limited to 75 degrees, reducing margin for error when searching for satellites.
Integrated Level Indicator, indicates whether the tripod is on level ground.