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Cable TV In-Line Coaxial Surge Protector
Any reason this device couldn't be used with a cable modem or a satellite television system?
This may block the return path that some digital cable systems need to operate. It will also block the voltage for the satellite dish to operate.
Date published: 2014-06-02
What's the frequency range?
The previous question on the loss gives an answer for loss to 1500 MHz, but other sites list this same part (including PE model) as covering 5-2300 MHz.
The specs on current stock are below:Current stock Surgender SE-1 specs- Surge Protection Attack Time:0.0000001 seconds (100 nanosec.) -Maximum Surge Current: 5000 Amps. (8 microsec x 20 microsec test pulse) -Maximum Surge Voltage:Multiply 5000 times Ohms of Coax Loop -Surge life: 200 Surges of 500 Amps. (10 microsec x 1000 microsec test pulse) -Normal Resistance Across Coax: 10,000 Mega Ohms -Surge Resistance: Approx. 0 Ohm -Power Passing Capability:50 Volts DC or AC peak-to-peak 36 Volts RMS, 10 Amps -Insertion Loss: Less than 0.2 dB Video-1500 MHz -Return Loss ( 75 ohm):16dB (VSWR 1.38) Video to 500MHz -14dB (VSWR 1.38) 500 to 1500MHz -Connectors: F Fmale to F Female -Dimensions:1.385"L x 0.815"DIA.
Date published: 2013-06-10
What is the RF loss?
THe -Insertion Loss: Less than 0.2 dB Video-1500 MHz -Return Loss ( 75 ohm):16dB
Date published: 2013-04-24
How does this device shunt a surge with no apparent ground connection?
One would think that surge protection would require a heavy ground in order to carry the energy of the surge away from the device and the equipment it is protecting. How is protection achieved?
Surge Protectors of this type use a metal-oxide varistor (MOV). Varistors are often used to protect circuits against excessive transient voltages by incorporating them into the circuit in such a way that, when triggered, they will shunt the current created by the high voltage away from sensitive components.
Date published: 2014-07-05