Magnet Mount for Antenna

The magnetic soleplate provides a secure grip, whether in the car, in the office or even in a shop. These antennas have a secure footing thanks to their magnetism. Meanwhile, this type of base also allows the antenna to be quickly and easily removed and installed. Read more...

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• Recommended frequency: 26-460 Mhz
• Connection on the base: UHF-female
• Diameter: 125 mm
• Weight: 700 gr
• Wind resistance: 110 Km/h
• Cable Length / Type: 3,6 m / RG 58 with UHF-male

Gross price (including 27% VAT): 28.48€ (Net price: 22.42€)
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• To lead the cable of the magnet mounts
• In clear or black colour
• Suction cup diamter: 30-35 mm

Gross price (including 27% VAT): 0.64€ (Net price: 0.51€)
Special gross price: 0.58€ (Net price: 0.46€)
10,00% discount

• Recommended frequency: 26-500 Mhz
• Connection on the base: UHF-female
• Diameter: 100 mm
• Weight: 400 gr
• Wind resistance: 110 Km/h
• Cable Length / Type: 3,6 m / RG 58 with UHF-male

Gross price (including 27% VAT): 25.53€ (Net price: 20.10€)

• Recommended frequency: 26-460 Mhz
• Connection on the base: UHF-female
• Diameter: 120 mm
• Weight: 650 gr
• Wind resistance: 130 Km/h
• Cable Length / Type: 4,5 m / RG 58 with UHF-male

Gross price (including 27% VAT): 28.15€ (Net price: 22.17€)

• Usable antenna length: 1.85 m
• Usable antenna weight: less than 1.1 kg
• Product weight: 1.5 kg
• Diameter of the fixing hole for the antenna: 16 mm

Gross price (including 27% VAT): 85.11€ (Net price: 67.01€)

• Recommended frequency: 26-460 Mhz
• Connection on the base: UHF-female
• Diameter: 157 mm
• Weight: 1450 gr
• Wind resistance: 110 Km/h
• Cable Length / Type: 3,6 m / RG 58 with UHF-male

Gross price (including 27% VAT): 34.70€ (Net price: 27.32€)

• Diameter: 80mm
• Connection on the base: standard M5
• Cable Length / Type: 5 m / RG 58 with BNC-male

Gross price (including 27% VAT): 18.89€ (Net price: 14.87€)

• Rubber pad for M5 magnet mount
• Diameter: 80mm

Gross price (including 27% VAT): 1.08€ (Net price: 0.85€)

• Rubber pad for MAG 145 magnet mounts
• Diameter: 160 mm

Gross price (including 27% VAT): 2.95€ (Net price: 2.32€)

• Recommended frequency: 26-460 Mhz
• Connection on the base: DV
• Diameter: 125 mm
• Weight: 700 gr
• Wind resistance: 110 Km/h
• Cable Length / Type: 3,6 m / RG 58 with PL-male, Wing nut

Gross price (including 27% VAT): 28.48€ (Net price: 22.42€)

• Diameter: 111mm
• Connection on the base: UHF-female
• Cable Length / Type: 3.5 m / RG 58 with UHF-male

Gross price (including 27% VAT): 63.17€ (Net price: 49.74€)

• For PL antenna base

Gross price (including 27% VAT): 2.29€ (Net price: 1.80€)

• Protector foil for magnet mounts

Gross price (including 27% VAT): 0.24€ (Net price: 0.19€)

• Diameter: 35mm
• Connection on the base: BNC female
• Cable Length / Type: 2,4 m / RG-174 with BNC-male

Gross price (including 27% VAT): 13.09€ (Net price: 10.31€)

• Rubber pad for 100 mm magnet mounts (Sirio Power-MAG 100)
• Diameter: 100 mm

Gross price (including 27% VAT): 1.96€ (Net price: 1.55€)

• Premium Diamond magnetic antenna bracket
• Bracket diameter: 11cm
• Cable: 3,5D-2V coaxial
• Cable length: 4m
• Heavy duty 2,2 kg
• Rated frequency range: 25-500 MHz
• Connector type: N female

Gross price (including 27% VAT): 81.83€ (Net price: 64.43€)

• Rubber pad for 125 mm magnet mounts
• Diameter: 125 mm

Gross price (including 27% VAT): 2.62€ (Net price: 2.06€)
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What frequency and type of antenna is the magnetic base recommended for?

Magnetic antennas are designed to receive electromagnetic signals. In particular, they are used on vehicles, boats or other areas that require temporary installation. Of course, they can be placed not only on vehicles but also on other surfaces. Here we are thinking in particular of cash registers, which are located in shaded areas with less network coverage. For CB radio use, a magnetic base antenna may also be a good choice.

These antennas are mainly particularly high channel count CB antennas. The receiver is mounted on a magnetic base, which is coated with a magnetic layer to ensure a secure grip on metal surfaces. The antenna is attached to this base. This type of antenna can be configured for different frequency ranges and applications. Their design allows for easy mounting or removal without the need for permanent wiring or fixing.

What are the characteristics of a magnetic base antenna that promote optimal signal transmission?

The number of channels that can be received by an antenna in a magnet base is important because it determines whether the antenna can receive signals from multiple frequency bands. Each channel corresponds to a specific frequency band, and the more channels an antenna has, the more frequency bands it can receive.

This is particularly important for devices that use multiple frequency bands, such as mobile phones or radios, or cash registers. If an antenna is designed for only a certain frequency range, it cannot receive all the signals sent by a device. This can lead to poor reception quality, signal loss or even connection problems.

Using this type of multi-channel antenna can improve reception quality because it covers a wider bandwidth and can receive signals from multiple frequency bands. A multi-channel antenna is therefore a good choice for people who live or work in a weak reception area, or for users who are constantly on the move but still want a good connection.

How does the magnetic base ensure stable mounting of the antenna on different surfaces, such as car roofs or countertops?

A rubber pad should be placed under the magnetic base to protect the surface from scratches. As mentioned earlier, the surface of the base is usually coated with a magnetic layer by the manufacturers and this ensures proper adhesion.

How long is the cable that connects the antenna to the magnetic base?

Magnetic bases usually have a standard PL socket, which in principle can be used to mount other antennas with the same connection, i.e. such a base is not just suitable for mounting one antenna. Of course, you can also mount a shorter antenna on it, although it is questionable whether this would not lead to a loss of reception. A larger one is questionable because of the greater mechanical stress. This type of base comes with a 2-3 m long RG-58/U connection cable.

For best performance, how can you best optimise the connection of a magnetic base to an antenna?

When mounting the antenna on a car, it is advisable to place it in the geometric centre of the roof, as in this case the antenna will have the same radiation pattern in all directions. But also pay attention to the speed limit of the magnetic base to keep the antenna on the roof.

What types of vehicles and environments do we recommend a magnetic base antenna for, and why is it an ideal choice in these situations?

When there is no possibility or intention to install a fixed antenna on your vehicle, magnetic base antennas provide an alternative solution. But, if reception at home or business premises is not suitable, this type of antenna can also be of great help. Thanks to the magnetic base, we have many possibilities to place the antenna in the right place.

How often do you need to service your magnetic base antenna and how can you best clean or maintain it?

Be sure to remove the antenna and magneto before washing the car, but it is a good idea to wipe it down with a damp cloth afterwards.

The DND Telecom webshop offers a wide range of products. Whether you are looking for a special vehicle (bus, truck, fire engine, ambulance, covered vehicle, taxi, etc.) or a watercraft, you are sure to find the right magnet for you.

Whether it's a retractable car antenna, adhesive or magnetic, mounting antennas and wiring inside the vehicle requires considerable expertise and experience. This process usually involves the installation of a radio device (VHF radio, CB radio, TETRA radio, Wifi router, etc.).