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RJ45 Network Surge Suppressor for Network/Phone Lines
Model Number: DNET1
- Network Ethernet line surge suppression for 100Base-T, 10Base-T, Token Ring, AS400/Sys3x and RS422 applications
- Ideal protection for NICs, terminals, hubs, printers, LAN equipment, and other internetworking devices
- Protects against the effects of electrostatic discharge, faulty wiring and lightning
- Reduces blown NIC cards, garbled network transmissions, system lock-ups and hard equipment failure
- 750A circuit breaker; 7.5V nominal clamping voltage
- RJ45 input and output connections with included patch cable
Tripp Lite's DNET1 provides network Ethernet line surge suppression for 100Base-T, 10Base-T, Token Ring, AS400/Sys3x and RS422 applications. Surge suppression is handled with balanced arrays of high-speed avalanche diodes that divert excess energies created by electrostatic discharges, faulty wiring or lightning away from network interface connections. Tripp Lite network surge suppressors reduce blown NIC cards, garbled network transmissions, system lock-ups and hard equipment failure by safely shunting dataline surges to ground. Convenient RJ45 input and output connections with an included 5-inch Ethernet patch cable enables ideal protection for network workstations, printers and other internetworking devices with a network connection. For peace of mind, the DNET1 comes with a lifetime warranty and RoHS-compliant design.
- DNET1 protects network workstations, printers and internetworking devices from surges present on 10/100Base-T, token ring, AS400/Sys3x or RS422 network lines
- Convenient RJ45 input and output connections make for simple installation (RJ45 input/output connections, pins 1-8, 7.5V clamping)
- 5 inch Ethernet patch cable enables ideal protection placed as close as possible to the point of use
- Surge suppression utilizing high speed avalanche diodes divert excess energies on the network to ground
- RoHS Compliance
- Lifetime Warranty
- Ideal for the protection of network workstations, printers and other internetworking devices with a network Ethernet connection
- Ideal for NICs, terminals, hubs, MAUs, LAN equipment
- DNET1 dataline protector
- 5-in. RJ45 patch cable
- Warranty information and instruction manual
|Circuit Breaker (amps)||750|
|Recommended Electrical Service||120V, 230V|
|Input Connection Type||RJ45|
|Input Cord Length (ft.)||0|
SURGE / NOISE SUPPRESSION
|AC Suppression Joule Rating||0|
|Clamping Voltage (RMS)||7.5|
DATALINE SURGE SUPPRESSION
|Telephone/DSL Protection Details||1 line|
|Cable (Coax) Protection||No|
|Network (Ethernet) Protection||Yes|
|Additional Dataline Protection||1-8|
|Product Warranty Period (Worldwide)||Lifetime limited warranty|
† Tripp Lite uses primary and third-party agencies to test its products for compliance with standards. See a list of Tripp Lite's testing agencies.
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[FAQ-1187] Will the DNET1 work with POE products?
The DNET1 does not work with POE products.[Last Updated: Nov 1, 2013]
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