Times Microwave Systems Adds The Unique LP-18-400-N Series Of Times-Protect Lightning Protection Products For RF Communication Networks
Times Microwave Systems introduces the new and unique Times-Protect LP-18-400-N series of DC pass RF lightning and surge protection products with a frequency operating band from DC to 6000MHz. This new bidirectional design with either a type N male or type N female connector on one end can be directly attached to LMR-400 cable via the same standard EZ non-solder interface used on other EZ-400 non-solder style connectors and utilizes the same CST-400 prep tool and either the CT-400/300 crimp tool or combination of the HX-4 crimp handle and Y1719 (0.429” hex) crimp dies for installation. The protector which handles up to 150 watts of RF power and allows for up 72 volts of DC voltage to be supplied on the center pin of the coaxial cable eliminates the two connectors normally needed thereby reducing insertion loss, return loss and lowering cost. The LP-18-400-N series is the perfect RF equipment protection solution for any application requiring RF only or RF plus DC voltage and current to power tower top mounted electronics. The LP-18-400-N body is IP67 rated making it suitable for outdoor as well as indoor installations and its white bronze plated housing ensures durability and long life.
|LP-18-400-NF (180Vdc/150W)||DC-6.0 GHz GT N type F bi-directional, 180V, non-solder/crimp $42.00 list price|
|LP-18-400-NMH-X (180Vdc/150W)||DC-6.0 GHz GT N type M bi-directional, 180V, non-solder/crimp|
About Times Microwave Systems
Times Microwave Systems has over 60 years experience in designing innovative, high-reliability, coaxial cables and assemblies for demanding interconnection problems. An engineering oriented organization, the company specializes in the design and manufacture of high performance flexible and semi-rigid coaxial cable, connectors, and cable assemblies for RF transmission from HF through microwave frequencies as well as surge arrestors for the protection of RF equipment.
SOURCE: Times Microwave Systems