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Now you can connect our balun directly to 75-ohm connectors without using special cables. These baluns have 6-in. (15.2 cm) cables for maximum flexibility.


Overview
--Image: Made in USA -- The Model 460MC miniature G.703 balun converts 75-ohm coaxial terminations to 120-ohm terminations, and vice-versa (see diagram below). It can also connect E1 hardware together over inter-building or campus twisted-pair wiring.

Model

The Model 460MC receives 75-ohm signals and converts to 120-ohm for transmission over a network or for reception by CPE equipment.

Signals output by the Model 460MC are scaled to match the pulse shape requirements specified in the ITU-T CTR12 G.703 standard.



Features
  • Solves G.703 termination mis-matches
  • Includes short cables that connect directly to equipment
  • Enables G.703 equipment to use RJ-11 wall plates and operate over standard building wiring
  • Low insertion loss, fully meets ITU-T (CTR12) G.703 standards
  • Very small size
  • Customized versions available upon request
  • Enclosed in flame retardant housings.
  • Baluns are 100% tested for reliability and durability
  • 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.
 
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