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Standard 5 & 9 Port Active Return Amplifier Coax Splitter

Entry Series - 5-Port Active Return Coax Amplifier Splitter

Features and Benefits

Coax amplifier splitter
  • Return loss saver
  • All passive voice modem port
  • Dual color LED indicator with monitoring
  • UL listed bonding point
  • Gas tube surge protection on INPUT port
  • One power supply for all models
  • Excellent corrosion resistance
  • Nickel plated C360 brass F-ports
  • Patented enhanced conical seizure mechanisms
  • RoHS compliant

 

 

Entry Series - 9-Port Active Return Coax Amplifier Splitter

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5 PORT DATASHEET
INSTALLATION GUIDE
POWER INSERTER DATASHEET
9 PORT DATASHEET
INSTALLATION GUIDE

Part Number

PPC Part Number 5 port Description
EVO1-5-U/P Forward path unity gain, Return path passive, Single output power supply
EVO1-5-U/PPI Forward path unity gain, Return path passive, Single output power supply & power inserter
EVO1-5-U/PPS Forward path unity gain, Return path passive, Dual output power supply with built-in power inserter
EVO1-5-U/U Forward path unity gain, Return path unity gain, Single output power supply
EVO1-5-U/UPI Forward path unity gain, Return path unity gain, Single output power supply & power inserter
EVO1-5-U/UPS Forward path unity gain, Return path unity gain, Dual output power supply with built-in power inserter

 

PPC Part Number 9 port Description
EVO1-9-U/U Forward path unity gain, Return path unity gain, Single output power supply
EVO1-9-U/UPI Forward path unity gain, Return path unity gain, Single output power supply & power inserter
EVO1-9-U/UPS  Forward path unity gain, Return path unity gain, Dual output power supply with built-in power inserter

Video - 5-Port Active Return Coax Amplifier Splitter

 
 
 
 
 
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Wistia video thumbnail - PPC Entry Series EVO1-5-U_U Overview
 

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