Tap with F connector 2 outputs (15 dB)
Tap of 2 secondary outputs with F connectors (15 dB)
This 5131 indoor tap from Televes is a passive component with F connectors that consists of 1 input, 2 taps outputs with 15dB of attenuation and 1 trought output with 1.2/2dB.
Due to its technical characteristics, it is recommended to install it on the second and third floor.
This shunt works in the 5-2400MHz frequency range, making it suitable for both terrestrial and satellite signals.
Derivator for 5131 first floor of Televes with 2 outputs, 15dB tap loss and 1.2/2dB in throught loss.
What technical characteristics does the 5131 tap have?
- F connectors
- Improvement of step losses
- Good screening
- Includes grounding screw
- Bidirectional DC pass between the input-output, and from the derivations to the input / output
What technical specifications of the 5131 tap?
|Number of outputs||2|
|Rejection between taps||>30|
|DC Pass (max.)||A||1 (in.↔out.)|
What is a tap and what functions does it have?
Taps are passive components that are interposed in a television installation to achieve two effects: to compensate for signal losses, on the one hand, and balance the signals received by each user, on the other, they are installed in the main channel of the building or community .
A shunt is similar to the distributor but is used in buildings or in communities. It has an IN input, several floor outputs that call (TAP) and these outputs have an established signal loss, 10dB, 15dB, 20dB, etc. and an output (OUT) with little loss to give signal to the plant immediately below (and place another derivative in cascade, etc). It is necessary to calculate the loss that each derivative of each plant needs to have depending on the number of plants, intakes, etc.
|System||DTT & SAT|
|TV-SAT Distribution Equipment||Diverter|
|TV-SAT Distribution Connection||F|
|Insertion Loss (dB)||15|