Phoenix Contact D-LAN-CAT.5ESeries, Lightning Surge Protector

Technical data sheets
Legislation and Compliance
Non Compliant
COO (Country of Origin): DE
Product Details

Category 5E Ethernet Lightning Surge Protector

Category 5 E Ethernet Lightning Surge Protector is installed directly in series on the network cable.
Allows sensitive or strategic hubs and Ethernet switches to be protected.
This protection was specially designed for 100 MHz broadband networks.

Standards

IEC 61643-21 - EN 50173

Specifications
Attribute Value
Accessory Type Lightning Surge Protector
Series D-LAN-CAT.5E
5 In Global stock for delivery within 4 - 6 working days
Price Each
MYR 585.20
units
Per unit
1 - 4
MYR585.20
5 - 9
MYR562.69
10 - 24
MYR542.58
25 - 49
MYR524.49
50 +
MYR508.09
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