Here’s an item from Pasternack that could find a use in protecting your STL, TRL, RPU or low-power FM transmitter.
The California-based RF equipment maker has launched a new series of coaxial surge protectors to guard valuable communications equipment from power surges and indirect lightning strikes.
There are 46 new coaxial lightning and surge protectors, also suitable for use in cellular base stations, public safety systems, Wi-Fi networks, active antenna systems and GPS system applications.
It said the surge protectors are available with 7/16 DIN, Type-N and 4.3-10 connectors and feature VSWR as low as 1.1:1, max power as high as 2 kW, multi-strike capability and low insertion loss.
“Additionally, these models support a frequency range of DC to 6 GHz and are CE and RoHS compliant,” the company stated. “Most of these new surge protectors are IP67-rated for outdoor use and some models offer low-PIM performance. Furthermore, models are available with bracket mounting options and flexible bulkhead designs.”