Radar antenna mounts

17 companies | 145 products
Radar antenna mount / aluminium

For Radomes and Small Satcom/TV Antenna ...

Boat antenna mount / radar / Satcom / mast

Totally universal, the SC100 Pole Mount installs your radar or satcom...

Boat antenna mount / radar / Satcom / mast

With a 100% reliability track record through the toughest sailing conditions, the SC2 Pole...

Radar antenna mount / aluminium / self-levelling

For Radomes Our Self-Levelling Radar Mount range ensures your...

Radar antenna mount / stainless steel

Fits most Garmin, Humminbird, Lowrance,...

Radar antenna mount

This Seaview top plate is a two...

Radar antenna mount

This Seaview top plate...

Mast antenna mount / Satcom / radar

34.5" tall tapered Radar Mast With Spreaders...

Radar antenna mount / Satcom

This Dual Mount by Seaview...

Radar antenna mount / Satcom

This Dual Mount by Seaview...

Radar antenna mount / Satcom

This Dual Mount by Seaview...

Satcom antenna mount / radar

This 5" tall aft leaning mount...

Radar antenna mount / stainless steel / custom

BattleWagon: Open Array Marine Radar Mounts That Will Outlast Your...

Satcom antenna mount / radar / aluminium

Lightweight, Marine Grade 1/4" Aluminum Construction...

How to choose this product

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A radar antenna mount is a bracket which holds the radome and, perhaps, other devices to the exterior of the boat.

Applications

Since mounting gear is almost never supplied with radar, it must be acquired separately.

Technologies

These supports are rigid and immovable, since the slightest play could affect the radar's operation. Mounts are designed for specific locations. These include the mast of a sailboat, a coachroof or a rollbar. Most are of stainless steel or aluminum, but composite models also exist. Some can hold other gear, such as Satcom, VHF or TV antennas, anemometers, wind vanes or navigation lights.

How to choose

Choice will depend on vessel configuration and installation location. The higher the radome is mounted, the greater its range. It also should be as close to the boat's centerline as possible, though a clear field of view forward is essential. Some mounts are designed for rotating radomes.

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