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- Working Voltage: 5V
- Max Working Voltage: 10V
- Nominal Discharge Current(8/20us): 5KA
- Max Discharge Current(8/20us): 10KA
- Voltage Limit: 15V
- Data Transfer Rate: 100Mbps
- Insertion Loss: 0.2db
- Response Time: 1nS
- Interface Type: BNC
- Protection Method: Line to line, line to ground
- Working Temperature: -25-+65℃
- Humidity: ≤95% 25-30℃
- Test Standard: IEC61643-21: 2000
- Size: 485 x 175 x 14.5mm/19.1 x 6.9 x 0.6in
How to Connect a Cable to a Monster Surge Protector:
- Monster Cable makes several types of surge protectors, ranging from simple power strips to full-blown entertainment PowerCenters. Whichever model you have, the procedure for connecting your cables is similar. Since surge protectors are useless when plugged into ungrounded wall outlets, verify that your wall outlet is wired properly before attaching your audio and video components to the surge protector; if you're not sure that your home's wiring is up to snuff, Monster recommends asking an electrician to take a look at it.
- Verify that all satellite dishes, television and radio antennas, and other rooftop devices you will connect to your Monster surge protector are properly grounded. (Check with the devices' manufacturers to find out how to determine this.) Doing so will help prevent voltage surges from compromising your surge protector and possibly damaging your audio and video components
- Choose a three-pronged (grounding) outlet far away from potential foot-traffic problems. Behind your home entertainment system or in a corner is best
- Plug each of your audio and video components into its recommended outlet on the surge protector: Monster surge protectors have different types of outlets for different components. This allows the surge protector to "clean" the signal for each type of component so as to minimize static and interference. Reference the Monster manual for your particular surge protector if there's any doubt
- Plug coaxial cables into the proper outlets. For example, connect your satellite's coaxial cable to the "Satellite In" outlet. Then connect the "Satellite Out" coaxial cable to your TV or cable box. Do the same for any other types of communication cables you have, such as phone or Ethernet. Depending upon your setup, purchase additional cables if necessary
- Plug your Monster surge protector into the wall grounding outlet after connecting all your components.
- Turn the surge protector on with its power switch
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- How does a lightning protection system work?
A storm creates enough static electricity (voltage) to ironise the clouds (air), all circuits current must flow somewhere thus to the ground. Hope this basic explanation helps, i aint strong on this topic.
- What is the minimum height a building should be before a lightning protection system is installed ?
Depends on it's surroundings. A small shack on a mountain top will need protection.
A risk assessment guide for determining lightning loss for all types of structures can be found in Appendix I of the National Fire Protection Association's Lightning Protection Code, NFPA 780. This guide takes into consideration the type of structure, type of construction, structure location, topography, occupancy, contents and lightning frequency.
- What is the code for lightning protection on high rise buildings in new york city?
That is why development should be done with attention to this matter? I think the building's lightning protection is to have the basic material that does not contain conductor.