Professional Wireless Systems UHF In-Line RF Filter (470 to 616 MHz)

BH #PRS25321 • MFR #S25321
Professional Wireless Systems UHF In-Line RF Filter (470 to 616 MHz)
Key Features
  • One-Way Receive Line Filter
  • Attenuates Unwanted RF Energy
  • Increases RF Range
  • BNC Female I/O
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The Professional Wireless Systems UHF In-Line RF Filter is a one-way receive line filter offering increased RF range and a lower noise floor when connected between a receiver and its antenna. By blocking the frequencies outside of its tuned range of 470 to 616 MHz, the In-Line RF Filter reduces undesired RF energy before it reaches your receiver.
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Professional Wireless Systems S25321 Overview

The Professional Wireless Systems UHF In-Line RF Filter is a one-way receive line filter offering increased RF range and a lower noise floor when connected between a receiver and its antenna. By blocking the frequencies outside of its tuned range of 470 to 616 MHz, the In-Line RF Filter reduces undesired RF energy before it reaches your receiver.

The In-Line RF Filter features a low insertion loss of -1 dB to keep signal levels strong. Its BNC female connectors ensure easy hookup to your receiver and an antenna. Since it requires no power supply or batteries and has no controls, the In-Line RF Filter is simple to operate and needs no configuration.

UPC: 850014837129

Professional Wireless Systems S25321 Specs

Inputs1 x BNC Female
Outputs1 x BNC Female
Frequency RangeUHF: 470 to 616 MHz
Insertion Loss-1 dB
Dimensions (L x W x H)3.8 x 1.8 x 0.9" / 9.5 x 4.4 x 2.3 cm
Weight0.2 lb / 0.1 kg
Packaging Info
Package Weight0.305 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)4.2 x 2.1 x 2"
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Will this pass power, can I use it with powered ...

Will this pass power, can I use it with powered antennas? Thank you
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Yes. The low voltage will pass through.
Answered by: Mark
Date published: 2020-03-19
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