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Winegard to Debut New Satellite at RVIA Show

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Winegard detailed its product lineup for exhibition at the RV trade show that include the company’s newest product, the RoadTrip T4 in-motion automatic satellite, Winegard Director of Sales Keith Larson said in a news release.

The company also will showcase its Rayzar Automatic and Carryout G2+ in addition to previewing the Rayzar Directional (Rayzar z1), a dual-band, directional antenna.

The product display can be found at Booth No. 20E during the National RV Trade Show on Dec. 1-3 at the Kentucky Exposition Center in Louisville, Ky.

“We are excited to announce the launch of the RoadTrip T4 in-motion automatic satellite TV antenna, perfect for families that enjoy watching TV while travelling down the road,” Larson said. “We are also pleased to preview the Rayzar Directional, a dual band antenna boasting state-of-the-art technology and unmatched reception, which will be available in early 2016.”

The Rayzar Auto is an automatic HD TV antenna that quickly scans for all available local broadcast channels. The Rayzar Auto external hardware searches for live, local signals, while an LED wall plate inside the RV illuminates all locations where TV signals are available.

The Carryout G2+ works with DISH, DirecTV and Bell TV programming. This sleek, compact portable is ultra lightweight, requiring minimal space, and is fully automatic. The G2+ is powered over coax through a power inserter, so no 12-volt power is needed.

The G2+ sells for $649 and will be available to retailers at the beginning of December 2015.

The RoadTrip T4 provides one-button operation, with full in-motion tracking capability. The updated design reduces noise and improves tracking capabilities. It receives DISH, DirecTV and Bell TV programing. The T4 sells for $1,399 and will be available to retailers at the beginning of December 2015.

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