APC Surge Module for CAT6/CAT5/5e Network Line (Use with PRM4 or PRM24 Chassis)

APC Surge Module for CAT6/CAT5/5e Network Line (Use with PRM4 or PRM24 Chassis)

£48.62 inc VAT
£40.52 exc VAT

APC Surge Module for CAT6/CAT5/5e Network Line (Use with PRM4 or PRM24 Chassis) More Info

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SKU: PNETR6

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The majority of all surge induced damage is caused by surges and spikes traveling along unprotected data lines. These surges originate from a wide variety of sources, including static charge build up and lightning strikes. Left unprotected, your data lines expose network cards, A/V components, modems and other network equipment to damaging electrical transients. The ProtectNet family of stand alone surge suppressors protects individual data lines, including telephone and network lines, coax cables, and more. Inserting a ProtectNet in your data line and connecting it to earth ground prevents back door surges from ruining your productivity and costing you money.

General
DescriptionAdvanced Protection Against Damaging Power Transients Traveling Over Computer, AV and Network Data Lines. Protects an ethernet data port from damaging transients. Supports Cat5, Cat5E and Cat6 cabling standards. Compatible with Power Over Ethernet (POE) and network speeds up to 10GbE (10GigE).
WarrantyLifetime warranty
Barcode731304217183
Filtering
Peak Current Normal Mode0.2kAmps
Peak Current Common Mode0.25kAmps
Dataline ProtectionRJ45 10/100/1000 Base-T Ethernet protection
Compliance
ApprovalsUL 497B,UL Recognized ? RoHS
Environmental
EnvironmentalOperating Temperature -15 to 45?C - Humidity 0 to 95%
Physical
Form FactorSurge Protector
Case ColourBlack
In The BoxSurge Module for CAT6 or CAT5/5e Network Line, Use Manual
Dimensions1.9cm (W) x 6.9cm (D) x 4.4cm (H) - Weight 0.02kg
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