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LZ-NET 6
Category IEC/EN: D1/C1/C2/C3
Protection: All 4 pairs protected
Nominal operating voltage: Un:48VDC
Max.operating voltage: Uc:50VDC
Frequencv range: 250MHz,upto Cat 6, PoECompatible
Surge Discharge Ratings: In:10kA, Iimp:1kA
Enclosure: UTB in-line patch, DIN rail moumt
Housing: Compact design
Termination: RJ45, Shielded
Complies with: IECノEN 61643¨21

The LZ-NET 6 series is intended to protect Local Area Networks (LAN) from over voltage surges and electrostatic discharges created by switching transients in buildings. LAN systems are particularly prone to such disturbances because of the often long cable lengths involved which behave like antennas to such atmospheric disturbances.
It provides protection to all 8 lines in the UTP, and is Cat 6 capable.
Ground potential equalization between signal and protective (network or PC chassis) ground is provided.
ZE 200-NET
Specification :
Compact, ergonomic packaging
Power and Data Port
< 100 MHz, Cat 5 capable
Termination: RJ45, Cat. 5 Connectors
RJ45, Cat. 5 connectors

The ZE 200-NET series is intended to protect Local Area Networks (LAN) from over voltage surges and electrostatic discharges created by switching transients in buildings. LAN systems are particularly prone to such disturbances because of the often long cable lengths involved which behave like antennas to such atmospheric disturbances.
It provides protection to all 8 lines in the UTP as well as protection to a 230Vac power outlet. Equipotential equalization is provided between the LAN signal port and the AC power port.
LZ 24 NET 19
Category IEC/EN: C1/C2/C3
Protection: All 4 pairs protected
Nominal operating voltage: Un:5, 48VDC
Max.operating voltage: Uc:6′58VDC
Frequencv range: < 100MHz, Cat 5 capable
Surge Discharge Rating: In up to 300A perline
Enc!osure: 19″rack′shielded′in‐line patch
Termination: RJ45, Cat 5 connectors
Options: 8′ 16′ 24 ports ;replaceable 8 ports rnodule
Complies with: lEC/EN 61643-21

The LZ-NET 19 series is intended to protect Local Area Networks(LAN)from overvoltage surges and electrostatic discharges created by switching transients in buildings. LAN systems are particularly prone to such disturbances because of the often long cable lengths involved which behave like antennas to such atmospheric disturbances.

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