CT

CT is the series of devices for discharging transient overvoltages induced in coaxial lines. In accordance with IEC 61643-21. Coaxial format.

  • Suitable for the protection of radiofrequency transmission and reception equipment. By their nature, they are highly exposed to induced transient overvoltages (surges) associated with meteorological activity.
  • For BNC, CCTV, F, N, TNC, TV, UHF connectors.
  • Ideal for the protection of transmission and reception systems such as TV and radio antennas, closed circuit TV (CCTV), alarms, etc.
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I/O connectors

Imax (L1/L2-PE)

Uc (L1/L2-PE)

Up (L1/L2-PE)

In (L1/L2-PE)

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CT 05 CCTV BNC (Male) 2 [kA] 24 [V] ≤ 45 [V] 1,5 [kA] 10 [MHz] See
CT 10 BNC BNC (Male) 20 [kA] 230 [V] ≤ 600 [V] 10 [kA] 3000 [MHz] See
CT 10 F F (Female) 20 [kA] 230 [V] ≤ 600 [V] 10 [kA] 2500 [MHz] See
CT 10 N N (Male) 20 [kA] 230 [V] ≤ 600 [V] 10 [kA] 3000 [MHz] See
CT 10 NW NW (Female) 20 [kA] 230 [V] ≤ 600 [V] 10 [kA] 3000 [MHz] See
CT 10 TNC TNC (Male) 20 [kA] 120 [V] ≤ 600 [V] 10 [kA] 3000 [MHz] See
CT 10 TV TV (Male) 20 [kA] 230 [V] ≤ 600 [V] 10 [kA] 1000 [MHz] See
CT 10 UHF UHF (Male) 20 [kA] 230 [V] ≤ 600 [V] 10 [kA] 3000 [MHz] See