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DIAMOND CA-23R LIGHTNING ARRESTOR WITH CONNECTOR / N FEMALE TO FEMALE

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13.47 EUR (11.22 EUR + VAT)
Model: CA23R
Availability: On stock
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Manufacturer: Diamond antenna
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DIAMOND CA-23R LIGHTNING ARRESTOR WITH CONNECTOR - N FEMALE TO FEMALE.
Frequency DC ~ 3000 MHz
VSWR LESS THAN 1.1
LOSS LESS THAN 0,2 dB
WITHSTAND POWER 200W PEP
VOLTAGE AT DISCHARGE START DC 350V +- 15%
DISCHARGE VOLTAGE OF SHOCK WAVE (1X40) 1,000 V
WITHSTAND CURRENT OF SHOCK WAVE (1X40) 6,000 A
REPETITIVE DISCHARGE OF SHOCK WAVE (1X40) 500 A, 500
TIMES DC 230+- 20%
INSULATING RESISTANCE DC 100V OVER 10,000 M
SIZE 78*41*21 mm
WEIGHT 113 g

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