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  1. Sharman Multicom AR-600XL VHF/UHF Antenna Rotator Sharman Multicom
    191 Watts
  2. Yaesu GS-050 - Thrust Bearing Yaesu
    38 Watts
  3. Yaesu GS-065 - Thrust Bearing Yaesu
    57 Watts
  4. DISCONTINUED Hygain AR-500X Rotator Hygain
    193 Watts
  5. Yaesu G-450 - Medium Duty Rotator Yaesu
    286 Watts
  6. Yaesu G-1000DXC - Heavy Duty Rotator Yaesu
    477 Watts
  7. Yaesu GC-038B - Lower Mast Clamp Yaesu
    28 Watts
  8. GS-232B - Antenna Rotator Computer Control Interface Yaesu
    477 Watts

About Rotators at Moonraker

At Moonraker, we strive to provide a wide selection of high-quality products for our customers. 

We have a wide variety of rotators and related hardware available on our site, so whatever you're looking for, we're certain we'll have something for you.

Don't be afraid to try out products you aren't familiar with. Part of the fun of amateur radio is being able to experiment with your setup and discover what works best for you.

In our range, we have something to suit everyone, whether you're new to the world of amateur radio or a veteran enthusiast. With a wide range of options, we have something for you available in our rotator selection. 

Don't forget about our collection of accompanying accessories, either. The rotator itself is central, but there's plenty you'll need to secure it in place and ensure it works as it's supposed to. We provide replacement cables, thrust-bearing fasteners, lower mast clamps, and numerous other items integral to the perfect rotator set-up. 

What Does an Antenna Rotator Do?

If you aren't familiar with antenna rotators and their function, don't worry, we'll explain everything. Essentially, rotators do exactly what their name implies; they rotate the antenna to adjust the direction it's facing. They're most commonly used in radio or television, but they're also frequently used in amateur radio set-ups to optimise signal reception.

Aside from the rotator itself, there are also other items you can use in collaboration to further improve your experience. Some examples include remote controls so you can rotate the antenna without having to physically go near it, and various wall-mounts. Some modern rotators even come with their own presets and digital settings for a fully customisable experience.