|Price incl. VAT||£28.75|
|Price excl. VAT||£23.96|
Picocom 560,541 LTE can be used as a small house amplifier or amplifier to strengthen the signal VHF/UHF in residential wiring. Its main benefit is automatic settings Which prevents overdriving the amplifier. Amplifier suppresses LTE band. Is not equipped with no manual control element. The setting is old AGC circuit, which takes two functions. Prevents overdriving the amplifier (the number of channel sets the maximum output level) and at the same time maintains the set output level (if the input signal level sufficient).
Automatically set the output level of the amplifier is determined by the number of amplified channels and a maximum gain amplifier (24 dB UHF 12 dB VHF). E.g. for 6 DVB-T channels output level is set to max. 95 dBuV. Power Amplifier allows preamps + 12V/150 mA. The power input can be switched on/off using the switch on the back of the amplifier. Picocom has very small size and low power consumption (Max. 3.7 W).
Parameters and specifications:
Number of inputs/outputs: 1/2
Inputs: VHF (40-400MHz), UHF (470-790 MHz)
Gain: 12 dB (VHF) 24 dB (UHF)
AGC Range: 20 db
Gain Control 20 dB (VHF inputs/inputs), 16 dB (UHF inputs/outputs)
Noise figure of 5 dB (VHF), 4.5 dB (UHF)
Max. output level (DIN45004B) 105 dB
Max. output level (-60 db IMD3) 97 dB (VHF), 102 dB (UHF)
Max. output level (-60 db IMD2) 87 dB (VHF), 92 dB (UHF)
Rebound damping input:> 10 db
Power preamp: 12V/150 mA (switch)
Power supply: 196-264V, 50/60 Hz, 3.7 W
Connectors: without connector connection
Working temperature: -5 ° C to +45 ° C
Degree of protection: IP20
Weight: 0.23 kg
Dimensions: 100 × 60 × 30 mm
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