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Antenna Surge Protector F-type coaxial 10KA
REF: SP071
Specifications
  • Aluminum structure.
  • It has type F RF connectors for input/output.
  • Operating frequency: 0 to 2.5 GHz.
  • Impedance: 75 Ohms.
  • SWR: <= 1.2.
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47.64
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Specifications
  • Aluminum structure.
  • It has type F RF connectors for input/output.
  • Operating frequency: 0 to 2.5 GHz.
  • Impedance: 75 Ohms.
  • SWR: <= 1.2.

More info

Protector of electrical overload of RF antenna, based on connectors F. The input/output terminals type F, are connected to this device, in pass-through mode, and without interfering with the transmission of data. Protects from voltage spikes and electrical surges, induced by lightning, power line parasites, and other factors. These discharges cause damage to sensitive and sensitive electronic equipment connectedto the electricity grid.

Specifications
  • Aluminum structure.
  • It has type F RF connectors for input/output.
  • Operating frequency: 0 to 2.5 GHz.
  • Impedance: 75 Ohms.
  • SWR: <= 1.2.
  • Transmission power: 200 W.
  • Operating voltage: 90 V.
  • Nominal download: 5KA.
  • Maximum discharge current: 10KA.
  • Prot levelvoltage voltage: <= 600 V.
  • It has a GND connector.
  • Size: 50 x 27 x 25 mm.
  • Weight: 100 g.
  • Gross Weight: 90 g
  • Product size (width x depth x height): 5.0 x 2.7 x 2.5 cm
  • Number of packages: 1
  • Packages size: 10.8 x 4.1 x 3.4 cm
  • Master-pack: 1

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Technical terms

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Impedance &#x3A9;
The impedance (Z) is a measure of opposition that a circuit to a current when a voltage is applied. The impedance extends the concept of resistance circuits alternating current (AC), and has both magnitude and phase, unlike resistance, which has only magnitude. When a circuit is powered with direct current (DC), there is no distinction between the impedance and resistance; the latter can be thought csa impedance with zero phase angle.

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