Wisi OL 21 0003 Optical quad converter III

Item number: 74380

Category: Optical converter

99,90 EUR

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Quad converter for the conversion of the optical input signal into 4 independent subscriber outputs. Converted will be all inserted signals ((DVB-S/S2, DVB-T/T2, DAB and FM). Re-design in compact form factor and simplified installation. Power supply by the connected stb.or TV sets with integrated satellite receiver or the optional power supply OLPS 0230.
  • Back conversion of the optical signal into original frequency position
  • Power supply by the subsequently connected devices or optional 20 V DC power supply (OLPS 0230)
  • FC / PC - connector
  • Direct connection of 4 stb without additional multiswitch
  • Compact design (optimized for the installation in living rooms)
  • Simplified installation
  • Satellite- and terrestrial signal to each participant output available
Input frequency SAT0,95...5,45 GHz (stacked)
Return loss10 dB
Wave length1100...1650 nm
Input power-15...0 dB
Output frequency4 x SAT + TERR.
Output level70 dBµV
Control signal11...14,5 V (vertical)
Control signal15,5...19 V (horizontal)
Control signal0/22 kHz (Low / High Band)
Input frequency TERR88...108/ 174...240/ 470...790 MHz

General data

Connector inputFC/PC
Output4 participants outputs
Supply voltageReceiver ect. power supply 10...20V DC (optional)
Current consumption225 mA @ 10V Output 1/2, 225 mA @ 10V Output 3/4
Output impedance75 O
Ambient temperature-15...+55 °C
Sales unit1 pcs.
Dimensions (WxHxD) sales unit128,7 x 116,5 x 27 mm
Packaging volume sales unitdm³
Gross weight sales unit0,330 kg
Shipping unit1 pcs.
Dimensions (WxHxD) shipping unitmm
Packaging volume shipping packagedm³
Gross weight shipping unitkg
Article number74380
Customs tariff number85255000

Shipping weight:1,00 Kg

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