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A coax splitter allows you to share a satellite input signal across multiple devices. With a
coax splitter you can share one coax signal across up to eight televisions, saving yourself the cost of multiple input devices.
The Coax Splitter, DC Power Pass can share one satellite input over two to eight devices. This coax splitter is ideal for setting up television displays in lounges and restaurants. This device transmits at 2.5GHz and splits SWM satellite signals. The coax splitter also comes with all necessary mounting screws. It is available in 2 way, 3 way, 4 way, and 8 way configurations.
Be sure to stock up on Primus Cable’s premium quality RG11 Coaxial Cable when setting up your entertainment system. This 14 AWG coaxial cable comes with a flame retardant PVC jacket for non-plenum applications. It delivers data speeds up to 3GHz making it ideal for CATV, satellite, and HDTV. This RG11 coax is also UL listed for CATV, CL2, and CMR, making it a fine entry point feeder system.
Primus Cable also provides Coax Grounding Blocks to protect your home theater equipment from lightening damage. These grounding blocks ground coaxial cable to protect satellite, cable television, and antenna installations. It comes with all the necessary mounting screws.
Get the most out of your home theater solution with Primus Cable’s Coax Splitters today!
Coax Signal Splitter, DC Power Pass - 2-Way, 3-Way, 4-Way & 8-Way The DC Power Pass Coax Signal Splitters distributes the input of the satellite signal into Multiple outputs simultaneously. It transmits at 2.5GHz and splits SWM satellite signals. DC PASS is commonly used for line powered amplifyer which is used in Satellite TV. Typically DC12V is fed through the splitter to power Satellite devices. Where to use Coaxial Cable A broad range of applications exist for coaxial cabling. It is widely...
Coax Grounding Block for Home Theater Protection The Coax Grounding Block grounds coaxial cable to protect your home theater equipment from lightening damage. This will ground one coaxial cable from a satellite, cable tv, or antenna installation. Where to use Coaxial Cable A broad range of applications exist for coaxial cabling. It is widely used with home entertainment equipment such as Cable Television (CATV), Digital HDTV, Audio / Video, and Digital Satellite. It is also used with security...