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Lectrosonics ZFSC41 4-Way Passive RF Signal Splitter

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Lectrosonics ZFSC41 4-Way Passive RF Signal Splitter
Key Features
  • 1 In, 4 Out
  • Passive BNC Connections
  • 1 to 1000MHz
The Lectrosonics ZFSC41 4-Way Passive RF Signal Splitter features a single BNC input and 4 outputs for splitting incoming antenna (RF) signal four ways. This compact, passive device is handy in complex antenna routing and accepts 1 to 1000MHz.
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Lectrosonics ZFSC41 Overview

The Lectrosonics ZFSC41 4-Way Passive RF Signal Splitter features a single BNC input and 4 outputs for splitting incoming antenna (RF) signal four ways. This compact, passive device is handy in complex antenna routing and accepts 1 to 1000MHz.

Lectrosonics ZFSC41 Specs

ConnectionsBNC Input x1
BNC Output x4
Range1 to 1000MHz
IsolationIsolation dB (L=25, M-23, U=20)
Insertion LossLoss at each output dB (L=6.4, M=6.6, U=7.6)
Packaging Info
Package Weight0.5 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)5.8 x 3.4 x 0.9"

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Will this device allow me to attach one ...

Will this device allow me to attach one directional antenna together with two diversity receivers for wireless microphones ?
Asked by: Don
You would need two of each for two receivers. Each receiver needs two separate antennas. So you would not need a 4-way splitter to do this. Two 2-way splitters would do the job if you have 2 antennas. The part number for a 2-way splitter is ZSC24.
Answered by: Howard Kaufman
Date published: 2019-02-04

I have 4 UCR411s. I want to connect those to a ...

I have 4 UCR411s. I want to connect those to a single RF Venue Diversity Antenna. Would I use one of these for A signals from the UCR411s and another for the B signals? And then just use the input to go to the RF Venue fin? Or do I have the input/outputs of this thing wrong in my head?
Asked by: Jason
This is possible to do. However, when you split the antennae feed to the receivers, you will suffer a reduction/ level loss. For that reason, it is suggested to use B&H# LEUFM144. Select 5dB boost and then your revers will all receive an adequate signal
Answered by: james
Date published: 2020-11-18
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