Three surge suppressor kits are available to help protect our communication devices from electrical transients conducted through the antenna cable. The kits have the same surge suppressor, but use different cables to connect the surge suppressor to the communication devices. A Type N male connector attaches the surge suppressor to the antenna cable.
14462 Surge Suppressor Kit—the cable has an RPSMA connector that attaches to our 900 MHz transceivers. The kit is not compatible with our 2.4 GHz transceivers.
16980 Surge Suppressor Kit—the cable has a BNC connector that attaches to our VHF/UHF narrow-band transceivers (RF310, RF312, or RF313).
16981 Surge Suppressor Kit—the cable has a Type N male connector that attaches to our SAT HDR GOES Satellite Transceiver.
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