I have decided to get a Winegard Travel'er installed on the motorhome I just ordered. But I am confused with how it works. The wires from the Travel'er will run to a central location at the B/R TV. It is at this location that I would install the receiver. Will I need a separate receiver for each TV or use some type of HDMI switch to send the feed to the other two TV's?
The Winegard Traveler is nice, but ridiculously expensive.
Even if you get it, recommend that you have them install a coax connector in one of the externally accessed storage compartments, or better yet, a weatherproof external access panel with the connector inside, so that you can hook up the extra SL3 that you have.
The coax should be run to the same location that your WT is run, the MBR, to a switch.
The WT is convenient and won't get kicked over by foot traffic, but it is fixed, and if you happen to park where trees obstruct the view... common, to provide shade, etc., then you will need a backup that provides flexibility as to where you can set the dish.
I've seen RV parks where the majority of spaces were obstructed, and RV's with WT resorting to using their backup tripod-mounted dishes.
Also, if you can specify 3GHz swept solid copper center conductor coax in your RV, especially between the LNB/SWM/PI. You can offer to supply the coax, if necessary.