Intellian V60G VSAT



Overview
60cm Marine stabilized communications antenna system

Featuring a compact size and lightweight design, the Intellian v60 is a 60cm Ku-band maritime VSAT antenna system ideal for smaller vessels with space constraints. With its 3-axis stabilization platform, the v60 offers superior tracking performance and can be configured for broadband, SCPC or hybrid satellite networks so that users can pair the right service with the best hardware.

v60 Highlights

  • Intellian’s proprietary global Ku-band PLL LNB
  • v60G variant features combined BUC Power and TX Signal to reduce system cabling
  • Dual VSAT Mediator integrates two VSAT antennas to combat onboard blockage zones
  • Open platform system architecture works with all leading Ku-band service providers
  • Remote Management using Aptus Web. Wi-Fi enabled ACU for local control using Aptus Mobile or PC
  • Gyro-Free Satellite Search Capability without input from a ships compass
  • Shorten installation time and reduce maintenance visits with automated diagnostics
  • 3-Year Global Warranty backed by over 300 Intellian Service and Support centers around the world

Superior tracking performance
The v60 provides always-on, uncompromised performance with the highest quality and reliability, providing a continuous connection at sea. The v60 is the ultimate choice for mariners who are seeking a commercial grade broadband experience with a compact, robust and cost-effective solution.

Patented RF Technology
The v60 incorporates Intellian’s patented Global PLL LNBs supporting an unlimited number of LO frequencies, both cross-pol and co-pol feeds and offers BUC options from 4W to 16W. This is an ideal system for vessels that require a small mounting footprint, as well as simple installation, ease of operation and reliable remote maintenance accessibility.

The v60G supplies BUC power using the TX signal cable directly from the ACU, reducing the number of antenna cables to run, while maintaining superior signal linearity and avoiding common problems associated with signal stacking into one cable.

The v60 can be configured for SCPC, TDMA or hybrid broadband satellite networks. It is suitable for high-speed Internet, weather & chart updates, email, file and image transfer, video conference, VoIP, VPNs and database backup.

v60 Features
Remote Access via Aptus Web

  • Built-in web interface: Remote Upgrades, Automatic Diagnostics
  • Access all onboard Intellian antennas (including TVRO) through the onboard network

Global Operation, One Antenna

  • Standard equipped with Intellian’s patented Global PLL LNB, capable of receiving a full range of operating frequencies from any VSAT satellite around the globe
  • All Intellian VSAT antennas are Co-pol and X-pol compatible

Global Satellite Library

  • Preinstalled database of detailed satellite data with one-touch remote updating feature through Aptus
  • Customizable satellite library for a specific network

Gyro-free Operation

  • No required input from ship’s heading device
  • Quick setup to reduce installation time. Automated Bow offset function in Aptus

Open Platform Compatibility

  • Fully compatible with all major service providers
  • Preconfigured modem settings provided in a simple drop down menu using Aptus

Optional Dual VSAT Mediator

  • Ensures uninterrupted broadband communications by seamlessly switching between two antennas
  • Communicates simultaneously with two Antenna Control Units (ACU). Ideal for redundant antenna environments

Global Support

  • Over 300 Intellian Service and Support centers around the world

3 Year Global Warranty

  • Intellian provides an industry leading 3-year parts and workmanship guarantee with 1 year labor warranty for all antennas, ensuring peace of mind with your hardware investment

Anatel Approved

  • Approved for sale and operation in Brazil

Technical Specification

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 v60G Datasheet
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