Ethernet surge protections ensure the protection of critical transmission equipment and sensitive data.
Ethernet technology can include both coaxial and telephone lines and is the most widely used technology to date LAN (local area network).
Billions of dollars are lost every year due to damage to the transition voltage. Usually, reduced production, damaged equipment and replacement are cost factors. These costs can be reduced or eliminated.
Today, Ethernet transmission cables are the key to virtually all business functions. From Wall Street to manufacturing companies and government agencies. These lines must be protected against unexpected and avoidable damage due to unintentional voltage peaks in the EPD.
However, in order to achieve results, the right EPDs must be installed in the right places.
We offer protection for circuit typesand
- 10 Base 2 (10 Mbps) Slim Coax
- 10 Base T (10 Mbps) Cat. 3, 4 or 5
- 100 Base T (100 Mbps) Cat. 5
- New 10Gb (1Gb) Cat. 5e and Cat. 6 PoE
Available circuit connection types
- Coaxial units : BNC, N, F, UHF
- Data & Telco Line (Cat) : Terminals, RJ-45
Number of protected circuits per unit
- Coax 1 – 2
- Data line and telecommunication line (Cat) 1 – 6 (depending on the type of connection)
- Data and telecommunication line (Cat) 12-24 (see Racks)
Our EPDs use real protection. It is a series of low-capacity wired hybrid structures using our Optimal Response technology Circuitry™. This ensures the lowest input voltages. This means high quality and high performance with peace of mind.
All protection circuits up to Cat5 are encapsulated in our patented high dielectric strength joints. This technology ensures long component life, component protection, vibration and productivity.
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