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Passive Return CATV Amp
PCT-MA2-2P

RF amplifier passive return CATV amp PCTMA22P
RF Amplifier - Passive Return CATV Amp: PCT-MA2-2P


 
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RF Amplifier
Passive Return CATV Amp
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DESCRIPTION DOCUMENTATION & SUPPORT TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
 
The PCTMA2 series RF amplifiers have an ultra mini design to give you more space to relieve congested installs in which this compact but robust amp offers superior performance when space is at a premium. PCT amplifiers feature a lightweight powder coated and weather sealed housing for superior corrosion protection. PCT amplifiers have precision machined F ports (conforms to SCTE standards) that have beryllium copper seizure mechanisms to provide optimal distribution and amplification of your RF signals.
FEATURES & BENEFITS
2 output RF amplifier
11.5dB per output
Ultra mini body design
Lowest distortions performance available
IEEE 6 kV, B3 surge withstand on all RF ports
Beryllium copper patented DSM seizure technology
F ports conform to SCTE standards
Power adapter included
Power inserter included (PCT-MPI-1G)

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