Matchmaster 13MM-SM21 Metal Roof Mount for Starlink® Dishy Satellite Dish
The new Matchmaster 13MM-SM21 Starlink roof mount is a 1.5m high ISP satellite dish/antenna mount suitable for use on pitched or flat metal/tin roofs or concrete pads. The 1.5m mast allows for higher mounting of the antenna to clear line of sight obstructions as well as keeping the antenna away from radiating heat from the mounting surface. The SM21 is designed to allow common internet reception antennas to clip into the top of the mount or sleeve over as required and clamp into place. The SM21 is supplied with a clamping collar to lightly tighten the Starlink® Dishy base to hold it securely in place. No modifications are required to the Starlink® Dishy pole
Features and Benefits
- 1.5m heavy-duty ISP antenna mount for metal roofs and concrete pads
- Install on pitched or flat surfaces with telescoping support arms for ease of installation
- 1.5m mast height to improve line of sight and minimise heat radiation from the mounting surface affecting the operation of the active antenna
- Made from high-quality galvabond steel
- No modification is required to the ISP dish leg, so the manufacturer warranty is not voided
- Proudly made in Australia
- Suitable for Gen 1 and Gen 2 Starlink Dishes
- Inside Diameter: 38mm, Outside Diameter: 42mm
What is Starlink?
Starlink is the world’s first and largest satellite constellation using a low Earth orbit to deliver broadband internet capable of supporting streaming, online gaming, video calls and more.
Leveraging advanced satellites and user hardware coupled with our deep experience with both spacecraft and on-orbit operations, Starlink delivers high-speed, low-latency internet to users all over the world.
How Starlink Works
Most satellite internet services come from single geostationary satellites that orbit the planet at 35,786 km. As a result, the round trip data time between the user and satellite—also known as latency—is high, making it nearly impossible to support streaming, online gaming, video calls or other high data rate activities.
Starlink is a constellation of thousands of satellites that orbit the planet much closer to Earth, at about 550km, and cover the entire globe. Because Starlink satellites are in a low orbit, latency is significantly lower—around 25 ms vs 600+ ms.