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Winegard HD-8200U Outdoor HDTV Antenna

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Winegard HD-8200U Outdoor HDTV Antenna
Need maximum performance? The Winegard HD8200U is a great choice for long-range DTV reception. Increased elements and Trilinear directors boost DTV performance to the highest level. Featuring 34 VHF elements and 35 UHF elements, it pulls in channels 2-69.
  • HDTV antenna
  • For outdoor use
  • Delivers long-range DTV reception
  • Powerful performance - increased elements and Trilinear directors
  • 34 VHF elements
  • 35 UHF elements
  • Channels 2-69
  • Boom: 168-1/4"L
  • 110"W x 33"H
  • Estimated range: 100 miles VHF, 60 miles UHF
  • Steel hardware is zinc plated for maximum corrosion resistance.
  • Flexible polyethylene boot covers protect connections from the weather.
  • Engineered for extra strength with double boom braces
  • High-impact ABS girder design and support insulators
  • 75-Ohm downlead coupler simply snaps into place
  • Fast, easy assembly
  • Mounts to maximum 2"Dia pipe
  • Includes hardware for mounting to a mast
  • Antenna has a 75-ohm coax connection.
  • Note - mast not included.
  • Product Spec Sheet (PDF)
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90-Day Limited Warranty

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Great antena! Very pleased with results

By Vanguard

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    Comments about Winegard HD-8200U Outdoor HDTV Antenna:

    We went with a "ground" mount, buried 4ft, about 28" from the wall, with one additional wall brace right under roof level. One advantage to this approach is the ability to raise or lower the antenna from the ground, by simply inserting or removing additional mast sections (remember, only go as high as required for signal. Shorter is better when dealing with the wind). We used 4ft aluminum mast sections (military surplus and easily found on web), which also allows for smaller increments in adjustment. The aluminum is lightweight which = cheap shipping! Our mast extends about 9ft above the roof, so no further support was needed. We also did not need any sort of "pre-amp", but that requirement is case by case specific. Once mounted, we suggest a visit to the non-profit "[...]", to see what general direction your channels are located. Based on your address, they will show distance as well as direction, for both analog and digital channels. Correct pointing is critical, as this is a directional antenna. Grounding included an 8ft ground rod and grounding block located near the point of entry. The fact our mast is buried 4ft, also helps with the grounding. NEC requirements may include running a #6 copper ground wire from the ground rod to the house ground, so seek the opinion of a qualified electrician.

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