Starlink mast comes in different types and shapes to enhance internet connection needs, from roof mount serviceable masts for urban areas to Starlink aluminum tow bows for remote areas.
These Starlink masts efficiently support the deployment of Starlink satellite internet constellations.
The masts help mount the Starlink dish even in underserved regions, offering internet connections to families and businesses.
Let’s dig deeper into Starlink masts and where to use them.
Types of Starlink Masts
Starlink is at the forefront to ensure its users get the best connectivity. Here are various masts from Starlink.
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- Types of Starlink Masts
- Final Thought
Starlink Heavy Telescopic Aluminium Mast
This meticulously crafted telescopic mast is designed to cater to the needs of Starlink RV or caravans customers.
The engineering is precise, and it’s a robust one with 4mm and 3mm thick aluminum for enhanced strength.
The mast has a magnetic mounting bracket and tripod mount for effortless installation.
It’s high, featuring a 50 mm bottom section and a 40 mm top section, ensuring stability and versatility.
This Starlink mast is also affordable, allowing convenient storage at 2.1 m in length. You can reduce its removable Starlink adapter to 1.8 m.
The mast features securely fastened industrial-grade polypropylene screw clamps.
Starlink Light Telescopic Aluminium Mast
This Starlink mast features durable 3 mm thick aluminum to ensure reliable performance. It has a magnetic bracket and tripod mount to ensure seamless installation.
You can easily fold it at 2.1 m length while its removable adopter is secured with a grub screw lock. You can store it at 1.8 m.
The mast system incorporates industrial-grade polypropylene screw clamps, ensuring durability.
However, if you are in windy areas, this mast may not be the best, instead, opt for heavier duty.
With large circular hollow sections and thicker walls, this mast offers improved strength.
Starlink Aluminum Tow Ball
This Starlink mast features durable, lightweight aluminum fully welded 3 mm thick.
The tongues measure 50 mm by 50 mm and securely slot into your car’s tow bar telescopic mast. This makes it an ideal mast for temporary set-up in remote areas.
It has an adjustable height of 2 m by 3.8 m providing excellent flexibility. That said, it is ideal for both semi-permanent and temporary communications.
Starlink Dish Adaptor for the Marine Industry
You can choose a deck mount or rail in the Starlink dish adaptor for the marine industry.
This Starlink adaptor is aluminum with screw fitting, which you can easily attach to the marine base. It’s advisable to use a metal base due to Starlink dish weight.
The rail mount has a 1X 14T socket to fit marine antennas, the same as the deck mount.
These adapters are made from stainless steel, ensuring longevity even in harsh marine environments.
Starlink Draw Bar Mount with Telescopic
This versatile and durable solution elevates antennas up to 3.8 m high.
The drawbar mount fits masts up to 40 mm in diameter, offering secure positioning with two M12 grub screws and a 90 degrees swivel for easy stowing.
The 3.8 m telescopic aluminum mast adjusts from 2.1 m to 3.8 m folds down to 2.1 m, and includes a machined Starlink adapter for storage at 1.8 m.
It’s ideal for caravans and other applications; it ensures reliable Starlink satellite mounting and seamless connectivity.
The Starlink tripod is durable and versatile if you are looking for a mast up to 4.2 m high that can stand even on uneven terrain.
It offers stability in windy locations by lowering the mast and securing feet.
Starlink tripod tubular feet have mounting holes for pegging, ensuring a reliable setup. The mast has adjustable feet and high-quality 6 mm thick aluminum.
It also has a width of 1850 mm between its feet, suitable for various industrial applications.
The mast is demountable, foldable, and re-deployable for easy transportation. You will purchase the fet separately, along with an 8 mm stainless steel stopper pin for added safety.
What is the Best Mast For Starlink?
The best mast for you will depend on how you want to mount your dish and where you want to mount it.
For instance, if you want to mount your dish on a fascia board or wall, a J-shaped mast can be ideal.
You can get masts specifically designed for marine or RV applications if you want to use them in such areas.
Where Should Starlink Dish Face?
The exact location your Starlink dish should face depends on your location. However, we suggest the dish should not face straight up.
You should tilt it at 15 – 35 degrees from facing straight up. And in most locations, we recommend it faces north.
What is the Size of a Starlink Dish?
Starlink dish sizes vary depending on the type of dish. The original round dish is 23.2 inches in diameter, 11 inches long, and 4 inches thick.
The current rectangular dish is 19 inches by 12 inches. The High-Performance dish, which is mostly square, measures 22 inches by 22 inches.
A rectangular antenna receiver on the ground
Starlink offers a range of masts, each designed for specific use. The heavy telescopic aluminum mast is ideal for RV and caravan internet users, while the light telescopic masts suit urban areas.
The aluminum tow ball is ideal for temporary setup in remote areas, and the drawbar is versatile for various applications.
Your choice depends on how and where you want to mount your Starlink dish.