A: Yes, the complete antenna dome, including cable, can be removed. The blanking cap is then used to plug the hole in the mounting foot as a temporary measure.
A: Yes, the Status 355 is complete with the VP3 amplifier which has 3 amplified TV outlets and 1 dedicated none amplified FM / DAB radio outlet. The Status 350 comes with the VP2 amplifier which does not have the radio outlet.
A: No, the VP2 and VP3 are designed to provide optimum performance and compatibility with the Status omni directional antennas. A secondary amplifier will not enhance the performance further.
A: No, the 350 / 355 can be mounted using the sucker feet (09-6071) that be purchased from our Antenna Accessories section or mounted onto any of the Vision Plus masts.
A: A blanking cap is supplied with each unit when purchased to prevent water getting into the van.
A: Yes, the adapter on the antenna allows angle adjustability up to 22 degrees.
A: Complete installation instructions are supplied with each unit.
A: No, the coaxial cable is internally connected and the antenna dome is sealed.
A: Yes, the Pinnacle is essential for optimum performance, especially in vertical signal areas.
A: Yes, the 315/330 is a wide band antenna, although signal strengths and location will affect performance.
A: Yes, the sucker feet fixings and masts are not designed for use when on the move.
A: The 315/330 should be positioned away from obstructions and at the highest point where possible.