Teleco have 5 fully automatic model variants available within the UK Market which can then be broken down by system type. These are the:
Key Advantages of the Teleco Automatic Satellite Systems include the unique way of searching for one of the pre-determined Satellites. It does this because each Satellite has its own unique Identifier Number that it transmits (NID) which never changes, through using this number as part of its search sequence to lock onto it, the Teleco Group Satellite Systems require far less search criteria updates than others on the market. Though should an update ever be needed it can be simply completed, all that's needed is a laptop with the latest Teleco software on (available at the telecogroup website) and a printer cable to connect to the control box. From there all that you need to do is follow clear and simple instructions.
Another advantage is that the control units supplied with Teleco Automatic Satellite Systems are already updated for the new DVB-S2 standard of digital broadcast which in fact is now already being used. DVB-S2 is both more efficient and cheaper for the broadcasters than DVB-S which is currently in use. Once all broadcasters have moved onto DVB-S2 then DVB-S will be turned off. This will mean that DVB-S control boxes will become obsolete and need replacing. Teleco have already identified this future problem which is why all the control boxes that come with Teleco Automatic Satellite Systems are DVB-S2 enabled.
The Teleco FlatSat range is made using a special DIE-CASTING injection technology which makes the system lighter and stronger, then covered with epoxy anti-corrosion paint. Inside the unit the motorised system utilizes steel and bronze gears for perfect and constantly stable alignment with the satellite.