RF Surge Protector – Manufactured with gas discharge technology.
Once the surge has disappeared, the gas returns to its original state. The diversion to ground disappears with a resistance of tens of GΩ.
It does not affect the performance of the installation. The signal transferred arrives unaltered to its destination.
In normal operation, they maintain the characteristic impedance at 50 Ω. They can be used at high frequencies without a significant increase of VSWR or insertion loss.
There are versions for coaxial connectors of 7/16, N, TNC, BNC, UHF, F, etc series with male or female connectors.