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Mercury ILS102 RF Modulator

Mercury ILS102 RF Modulator

£29.99
SKU mercuryils102
Weight 0.35 Kgs
EAN 5015972036815
 
Quantity Out of stock

RF Modulator?
The Mercury ILS102 is a high quality RF Modulator. The Mercury ILS102 has a digital channel display, two RF connections (one in and one out) and two Scart connections (also one in and one out), this Scart connection is unusual for a RF Modulator and means that the Mercury ILS102 has Scart pass-through. It also has phono inputs which you can use instead of Scart (composite video, audio left and right). The ILS102 has a strong and stylish looking metal casing and comes with a 1m aerial lead. the unit comes with it's own external power adapter. Accepts composite video input through Scart.

What's It For?
Suppose you have an old TV without Scart or phono connections. You can watch TV on it but that's about all. You can't use a games console, a set top box, a camcorder etc. Now you can. The Mercury ILS102 RF Modulator has a Scart socket on the back and two RF aerial screw on F-connections (one in and one out). It takes the signal from the Scart socket and outputs it through the RF connections. So now your TV can see Scart devices.

Any Other Uses?
Watch "Free to Air" digital TV on a TV without a spare Scart connection. You could also use the Mercury ILS102 RF Modulator to distribute the signal from any AV device (satellite box, VCR, DVD Player etc.) to all the TVs in your home - using coaxial cable and an aerial amplifier.

How Do You Use It?
The Mercury ILS102 RF Modulator is easy to set up. It simply plugs into the TV's existing coax/RF socket. There are channel up and a channel down switches on the front which allows the AV signal to be viewed on TV channels that you choose covering TV channels 21 to 69. The digital display tells you which channel is currently selected. This means that the output (whatever the source) can be viewed on TVs without a spare Scart socket or without any Scart socket at all.

Specifications
  • Channel up and down switches
  • Durable metal casing
  • Two RF coax sockets (in and out)
  • Two Scart sockets (in and out)
  • Digital channel display
  • Dimensions are approx. 12cm x 8.5cm x 3cm
  • Free aerial 1m lead
  • Power adapter