Phoenix Contact Surge Protector Adaptor, DIN Rail Mount

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COAXTRAB® coaxial video protector adaptor, 75 Ω

COAXTRAB is a surge protector adaptor designed to protect video signal transmission lines using BNC connectors.
It integrates components that eliminate interference in Differential Mode (between the core and the shielding) and in Common Mode (between the core (or the shielding) and the earthing).
It may be installed hassle-free in connections, even existing connections.
The IN input (female connector) of the connector must be oriented toward the source of interference and the OUT output (male connector) oriented toward the equipment that must be protected.
The earth bond connection must be created using the shortest path using the adaptor's 1.5 m long core.

System: 75 Ω
Connector: BNC
Maximum operating voltage: 5 Vdc
Nominal current: 185 mA
Rated discharge current (8//20 s): 10 kA
Output voltage limit for 1 kV/s in MD/MC: 13 V / 500 V
Priming time in MD/MC: 100 ns / 500 ns
Frequency limit (at -3 dB): 170 MHz
Series resistance: 22 Ω
tijdelijk niet op voorraad – nieuwe voorraad verwacht op 20-11-2019, met een levertijd van 2 à 3 werkdagen.
Prijs Each
132,70
(excl. BTW)
160,57
(incl. BTW)
Aantal stuks
Per stuk
1 - 9
€ 132,70
10 - 19
€ 122,08
20 - 24
€ 115,98
25 - 49
€ 112,53
50 +
€ 109,71
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