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This legacy product is not recommended for new installations. There is no replacement for these products.


Overview
Transient surges are a constant threat to your twinax AS/400 or System 34/36/38 network. Whether their source is lightning, AC power induction, electrostatic discharge, ground potential differences or EMI/RFI interference, transient surges can cause serious problems: data deletion, system crashes even serious hardware damage.

The Patton EPG Model 545 is designed to greatly reduce the threat that transient surges pose to your twinax network. Installing directly between incoming twinax data cables and twinax data ports, the Model 545 safely diverts surge energy to chassis ground before hardware damage occurs. Our new T-splitter version replaces the twinax T-splitter on your existing connection.



Features
  • Combined Surge Handling Capability of 3,000 Watts
  • Diverts Harmful Transients to Chassis Ground through a Heavy-Duty Braided Metal Strap
  • Model 545 MF has One Male and One Female Twinax Connector for In-Line Hook-Up
  • Model 545 MFF is a Twinax T-Splitter and Surge Protector in One Unit
  • Sophisticated Hybrid Circuits Protect without Slowing Down the Network
  • Able to Handle Repeated Surges without Degrading in Performance
  • Fail Safe Design Guards Equipment in Case of a Severe Surge
  • Made in the USA — This Patton equipment is designed by Patton engineers and built in our Gaithersburg, Maryland facility. Patton's American-made manufacturing process delivers high-quality networking solutions with reliability you can trust.
 
Ordering
# Model # Description Availability
1 545 MF AS/400 TWINAX PROTECTOR MF End of Life-Notice
2 545 MFF T-SPLITTER,TWINAX SURGE SUPPRS End of Life-Notice

 


 
 
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