BURLINGTON, Iowa (Sept. 30, 2019)
— Winegard Company, a leader in rugged and customized VSAT systems, is showcasing its most in demand antenna systems at the 2019 OilComm Show held in Houston, Texas Oct. 2nd and 3rd. Attendees can learn more about the WV750 antenna system and the WX1200 satellite Internet system by visiting booth #604 at the show.
Customers have come to know and rely on the dependency each one of our systems offer. The company’s VSAT systems are easy to transport, service, and operate, as well as quick to deploy and acquire satellite signals. The antennas are one of the most customizable and are compatible currently with HughesNet, iDirect, Spacenet, Comtech, Nera, and Exede. Thousands of Winegard VSAT antenna systems are operational worldwide, including the countries of Mexico, Canada, United Arab Emirates, South Africa, Iraq, Pakistan, Saudi Arabia, Scotland and Columbia.
The WV750, 75 cm, Ka auto-deploy satellite system features robust mechanics and electronics for fast satellite acquisitions and reliable operations, even in the harshest environments. The integrated GPS compass replaces a traditional magnetic compass, which maximizes the speed of satellite acquisition. Its rugged design and ultra-low backlash gear train ensures a reliable and superior performing system. The WV750A’s low stow height and small footprint allow it to be mounted in small spaces. Currently this product is authorized for use on ViaSat® Enterprise Service.
The WX1200, auto-deploy satellite system features one button operation to acquire Ku-band satellite connectivity within minutes. Its robust design features a linear actuator that ensures a reliable, rugged, superior performing system. The low stow height also makes it conducive to be mounted in small spaces where overall height needs to be minimized. The WX1200 is available with a customized skid that allows for easy transportability.
For more information, visit www.winegard.com/industry/oil-and-gas
Winegard Company is a trusted connectivity partner for designing and manufacturing the greatest range of world-class connectivity products and services, including WiFi and 4G LTE, satellite, broadband, video, and over-the-air technology for residential, commercial, and mobile applications. Founder, John Winegard, invented the multi-channel Yagi antenna and since its incorporation in 1953, Winegard has designed more than 1,000 antenna models and been granted more than 90 U.S. patents. The company's heritage includes recognition by NASA for contributions to the Apollo 11 mission, and the induction of founder John Winegard into the Consumer Electronics Association Hall of Fame. Winegard's high performance designs for TV, wireless, and cellular technologies are manufactured in the U.S.A. The company is developing technologies to create “smart hubs” that use cloud services to check on, manage, and control devices in RVs, boats, semi-trucks, and more. The Iowa-based facility totals 410,000 sq. ft. and includes a state-of-the-art testing, validation, and measurement center. Headquartered in Burlington, Iowa, Winegard has locations in Illinois and Indiana. www.winegard.com