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VCELINK in-Line Coaxial Surge Lightning Protector 75 Ohm(2 Pack)

$12.99

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  • Provides superior protection against high and low voltage transient surges,regulatory compliance CE,RoHS
  • Suitable for CATV,MATV,SATV,cable net and other communication system in-line coaxial surge protector
  • Install and teardown simply,low insertion loss and high return loss,DC outlet for remote power supply
  • Return Loss:5 to 862MHz:typ 20dB,GM 18dB,863 to 1002MHz:typ 20dB,GM 18dB,1125-1750MHz:typ 16dB,GM 14dB,1751 to 2502MHz: typ 14dB,GM 12dB
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  • Provides superior protection against high and low voltage transient surges,regulatory compliance CE,RoHS
  • Suitable for CATV,MATV,SATV,cable net and other communication system in-line coaxial surge protector
  • Install and teardown simply,low insertion loss and high return loss,DC outlet for remote power supply
  • Return Loss:5 to 862MHz:typ 20dB,GM 18dB,863 to 1002MHz:typ 20dB,GM 18dB,1125-1750MHz:typ 16dB,GM 14dB,1751 to 2502MHz: typ 14dB,GM 12dB
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    • Why does the last bullet point say it's not for cable modem but you have reviews of buyers using it to protect their cable modems?

      RESPONSE FROM VCELINK: Thanks for asking. We have upgraded this product, it suits the cable modem now and can also protect your cable modem.

      Please feel free to let us know if you have any further questions by contacting us through Amazon's messaging center. Open the product page, click on "Sold by VCELINK" and then "Ask a Question".

    • Where is the best location for installing the surge protectors ? How far away from the antenna?

      It is necessary to locate it in the coax line where you can attach the grounding lug to a good ground. The distance from the antenna is not that important. You can put it inside the entrance panel box, and it will work well.