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You may already know this, but just in case . . .

The Super Home Node (or SHN-24) has been around for a while and seems like a natural for RVers who use a DISH 622, 722, or 722k receiver and want to add additional TVs to their receiver.

You can add up to three SD (Standard Definition) TVs to a VIP 622, 722, or 722k using a Super Home Node (SHN-24).

In addition, the SHN-24 combines an OTA (Over-The-Air) batwing signal with the HOME DISTRIBUTION (TV2) signal from a 622, 722, or 722k receiver. This combined signal can then be distributed to up to 4 TVs using a single RG6 coax for each TV.

Here's a Super Home Node Wiring Diagram.

Here's a source for a Super Home Node.

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