50ohm Lightning Surge Protector/Arrestor N-Male / Bulkhead N-Female

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  • Bulkhead 50 Ohm Lightning Surge Protector
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  • Lightning Surge Protector Ground Wire
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50ohm Lightning Surge Protector

Protect your cellular signal booster equipment from lightning strikes. This surge protector (lightning arrestor or surge suppressor) Has an N Male connector on one end and an N Female Bulkhead connector on the other. 

Protect your expensive Cellular Signal Booster, CATV, Satellite TV from lightning strikes with this 50ohm Lightning Surge Arrestor. Protects 50ohm devices such as signal booster systems and cable. Attach between outside antenna and signal booster.


Replacement Gas Discharge Elements are available if a surge occurs.

*Ground Wire Required - Not Included

Where To Install

Install the Lightning Surge Protector (LSP) close to the signal booster. Attach the cable from the outside antenna to the surge protector, using a short length of low loss cable; attach one end to the Surge Protector and the other to the outside antenna connector on the signal booster. The Surge Protector is bi-directional so it doesn't matter which end goes to the antenna or amplifier. Attach a ground wire (Up to 10 Gauge) to the Lightning Surge Protector on a grounding bus or point where the equipment to be protected is grounded and as close to the equipment as practicable. Be sure and check local (county, city, etc.) electrical code requirements for their grounding requirements. Most require a 10 or 12 gauge copper wire from the surge protector to a grounding rod. Use up to a 10 gauge with this Lighting Surge Protector. The depth of the grounding rod will be based on your local department code requirements.

NOTE: To insure that the competed installation is weather proof, it is imperative that the mating coaxial connectors be sealed using proper materials and procedures.

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