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4-Way Coax Splitter - 40 to 2300 MHz - All Ports Power Passing
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4-Way Coax Splitter - 40 to 2300 MHz - All Ports Power Passing

Supports CATV, MATV, OffAir Antenna, and Satellite signals.

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Coax splitters are used to split a CATV or satellite signal so that it can be used for more than one device. They are a simple plug and play device that can be installed in minutes. This 4-way splitter supports frequencies from 40 to 2300 MHz. The power passing ports allows power to pass through the splitter to power in-line amplifiers, pre-amplifiers, and satellite LNBs. Use this 4-way coaxial cable splitter for any residential or commercial CATV or satellite installation.

Features:

  • 4-Way
  • All Ports F-Type Female
  • All Ports Power Passive
  • Supports 40 to 2300 MHz
  • 130dB min RFI Shielding
  • Grounding Block
  • Antenna, CATV, and Satellite compatible
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Q: What is a coax cable splitter?

A: A coax cable splitter is a device with one input and two or more outputs which splits the signal into two or more signals, each which has a lower signal strength than the original signal.

Q: Should I choose a splitter that has more splits than I need?

A: No, if you have an 8 way splitter you are splitting the signal 8 times. This means you will only get 1/8 of the signal out of each port. It does not matter if the line is connected or the device is on. Our recommendation is to buy the splitter that matches your application.

Q: What frequency splitter do I need?

A: For Digital Cable TV or Cable Internet, a standard 900 MHz or higher splitter will work fine. For satellite, use a 2000 MHz splitter or higher.

Q: When would I want to block DC power?

A: Many devices aren't designed to take in DC power, so, you would want to use a DC power blocking splitter to make sure that your equipment doesn't get fried. They stop the DC voltage from getting through, thus protecting your antennas, TVs, amplifiers, etc.

Q: What’s the difference between a coax splitter and a coax tap?

A: A Tap is used in traditional cable installations to make a transitions from the feed line to runs throughout the building. The feed line is designed for long runs from the source and the taps are used to breakout the signal from the feed line. Taps usually will have one low loss port and one port with higher loss. The low loss port is used to connect the feed line. The port with the higher loss is used for the display.

A splitter is used to split one feed line into multiply signals. Each output of a splitter will have the same signal strength. When you split out the signal you only send half as much through each line. It is important to not "stack" splitters, since this loss is additive. Stacking too many splitter may cause your display or device to not function correctly.


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