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Leviton 1x8 Passive Coaxial Video Splitter Module, 2 Ghz - White

Leviton 47690-8C2

SKU: 11983631
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Leviton 47690-8C2

Description

Product Information:

The Leviton 1x8 Passive Video Splitter Module, 2 Ghz - White (47690-8C2) are used to split digital cable, quality cable TV and off-air signals to 4, 6 or 8 televisions throughout a home or office. The Video Splitter Modules are designed for easy installation in any Leviton 140, 280 or 420 Structured Media Enclosure. The Video Splitters are easily installed in Leviton MDU Enclosures or used in any application where a passive video splitter is needed. These units feature die-cast housings and printed circuit board construction.


Features:

• Splits Video signals, Outputs for up to 8 televisions
• Provide digital cable, cable TV and other video services, via coaxial cable to any room in the house
• Use with the Video Amplifier to increase signal quality, analog or standard cable applications only
• Units come with mounting bracket for simple installation in Leviton's Structured Media Enclosures

Specifications:

• Type: Passive Video Splitter
• Style Name: 1X8
• Frequency Range: 2 GHz
• Impedance: 75 Ohm
• AC Power Adapter: No
• Color: White
• Standards and Certifications: Meets all applicable standards

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