12/03/2022 10:06 a.m.
https://cablematic.com/en/products/derivatives-of-2-way-tvsat-of-10-db-with-fast-connection-TU007/
Derivatives of 2-way TV/SAT of 10 dB with fast connection
REF: TU007
Specifications
  • 2-way shunt (TAPS) for satellite or terrestrial TV signal signal.
  • Mounted in injected zinc housing.
  • Impedance of 75 Ohms and working frequency of 5-2400 MHz.
  • TV/FM step attenuation of 1.9 dB, SAT step attenuation of 4.0 dB, decoupling attenuation of 10.0 dB and return attenuation greater than 20.0 dB.
  • Size of 40 x 26 x 17 mm.
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PVP
5.37
Price including VAT: 5.37
PVD
4.73
Shipping costs: 12,61 *
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2 years
warranty
14 days
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Only 2 units

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Specifications
  • 2-way shunt (TAPS) for satellite or terrestrial TV signal signal.
  • Mounted in injected zinc housing.
  • Impedance of 75 Ohms and working frequency of 5-2400 MHz.
  • TV/FM step attenuation of 1.9 dB, SAT step attenuation of 4.0 dB, decoupling attenuation of 10.0 dB and return attenuation greater than 20.0 dB.
  • Size of 40 x 26 x 17 mm.

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2-way shunt (TAPS) for satellite or terrestrial TV signal signal. Mounted in injected zinc housing. Impedance of 75 Ohms and working frequency of 5-2400 MHz. TV/FM step attenuation of 1.9 dB, SAT step attenuation of 4.0 dB, decoupling attenuation of 10.0 dB and return attenuation greater than 20.0 dB. Size of 40 x 26 x 17 mm. It has 1 IN, 1 OUT (power pass) and 2 TAP-OUT. Compact model with connection systemQuick. Simply peel the coaxial cable, open the connector door, insert the cable and close again to press with the screw.
  • Gross Weight: 60 g
  • Number of packages: 1

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  • Impedance Ω
  • Hz
Impedance Ω
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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