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Today, I will be taking you through the setup of our A-Class splitter, the TM Series.
All port power pass splitters from 2 way through to 8 way.
DC voltage only power pass to all ports, indicated by the power pass red line from the output to the input.
The purpose of the power pass leg of the splitter is to pass power through to a masthead amplifier, or to pass power through to the LNB for satellite dish connections.
The TM series is suitable for domestic and commercial applications.
Let’s start with the 17MM-TM14.
It’s an ‘F’ type splitter, compatible with both satellite and terrestrial signals it is a DC only power pass all ports, it has improved insertion loss and isolation and a frequency range of 5-2450MHz.
It caters for normal free to air TV, FM, CATV and terrestrial broadcast, as well as satellite signal, it is also a Foxtel approved product.
It also features a cast housing with a soldered back cover plate for greater screening.
The TM14 has one input and four outputs.
First thing, connect the antenna input to the input on the splitter labelled “IN” on the face plate.
- These splitters are “A Class” splitters which have 10db extra screening effectively reducing interference.
Make sure to connect up F connectors finger tight. Connect four outlets to the existing outlet ports on the side of the splitter.
- Make sure the white foam dielectric is flush, with the inside of the F connector and that there is no braid wrapped around or touching the centre conductor.
- Also, make sure the centre conductor protrudes 1 to 2 mm past the F connector nut for correct secure termination.
For further information, please call us at 1800-AERIAL or visit our website at matchmaster.com.au
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