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19" 1U Patch Panel CATV

19" 1U Patch Panel CATV

19" 1U Patch Panel, CATV 862MHz 12xRJ45

19" 1U Patch Panel, CATV 862MHz 12xRJ45

  • The catTV Panel is an active distribution panel – for the distribution of CATV signals over an application-neutral structured cabling system.

  • The caTV Panel converts the CATV signal from one coaxial input (75 Ohm) into a balanced signal on twelve symmetrical outputs (100 Ohm).

  • Allows the transmission of CATV signals of up to 862 MHz over a symmetrical cabling system (twisted-pair cables, Cat. 6/7) for multimedia applications.

  • In the CATV range, a maximum cable attenuation of 40 dB can be compensated, additional shielding measures allow a compensation of 50 dB of cable attenuation.

  • The CATV signals are switched through from the catTV Balun (accessories) to the HF output ports by means of a control current. Additionally, the individual static disconnection of each of the 12 HF output ports can be effected by way of the Sub-D 15 pin port at the rear of the panel.

  • Level controller and equalizer at input.

  • Test socket after first amplification level.

  • Retrofittable with active or passive reverse channel. Features slots for reverse channel modules and diplex modules (accessories) on the motherboard. Connecting the balun activates a control current which releases the respective HF output port of the catTV Panel.

  • The panel is in compliance with the following technical standards: DIN EN 60 728-11 Safety Requirements, DIN EN 50 083-2 Electromagnetic Compatibility, DIN EN 60 728-3 Active Broadband Devices for Coaxial Cable Networks

Product No. R846564
CAT-TV-BALUN without RK

CAT-TV-BALUN without RK

  • The catTV Balun is used in conjunction with the catTV Panel NPN 3412.

  • It is an active, remote-fed unit designed to split the phone and HF signals, converting the HF signals from symmetrical (100 Ohm) to coaxial (75 Ohm) signals. Depending on the balun type, the coaxial signal is allocated to a radio and TV output or to a data and TV output.

  • The catTV Balun is available in two versions, one without reverse channel and one with a reverse channel of 5-65 MHz.

  • The balun is connected to a HF output port (RJ45) via a RJ45 connecting cable at the end of a 100 Ohm cabling link (twisted-pair in acc. with Cat. 6/7), thus forming the end of a 100 Ohm transmission line.

  • Connecting the balun triggers a control current which activates the corresponding HF output of the catTV Panel.

  • A slide switch with 3 settings allows for adjustment to different cable lengths, i.e. short, medium or long.

  • The balun is in compliance with the following technical standards: DIN EN 60 728-11 Safety Requirements, DIN EN 50 083-2 Electromagnetic Compliance, DIN EN 60 728-3 Active Broadband Devices for Coaxial Cabling Networks

Product No. R846565
CAT-TV-BALUN with RK

CAT-TV-BALUN with RK

  • The catTV Balun is used in conjunction with the catTV Panel NPN 3412.

  • It is an active, remote-fed unit designed to split the phone and HF signals, converting the HF signals from symmetrical (100 Ohm) to coaxial (75 Ohm) signals. Depending on the balun type, the coaxial signal is allocated to a radio and TV output or to a data and TV output.

  • The catTV Balun is available in two versions, one without reverse channel and one with a reverse channel of 5-65 MHz.

  • The balun is connected to a HF output port (RJ45) via a RJ45 connecting cable at the end of a 100 Ohm cabling link (twisted-pair in acc. with Cat. 6/7), thus forming the end of a 100 Ohm transmission line.

  • Connecting the balun triggers a control current which activates the corresponding HF output of the catTV Panel.

  • A slide switch with 3 settings allows for adjustment to different cable lengths, i.e. short, medium or long.

  • The balun is in compliance with the following technical standards: DIN EN 60 728-11 Safety Requirements, DIN EN 50 083-2 Electromagnetic Compliance, DIN EN 60 728-3 Active Broadband Devices for Coaxial Cabling Networks

Product No. R846567
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