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Yes. The IEEE let-through rating for this device is 60 volts and the PoE voltage is 48 volts so there will be no problem.
Pete Moss
· May 8, 2018
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It should be installed at the first point of entry into the network. If you have a rj45 WAN cable then use it before the modem, if you have a cable modem there are coax versions of the same product. Just be sure it is capable of handling the higher frequencies used by cable internet providers.
J C
· March 19, 2019
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The grounding wire is about 12 inches long. But you can pigtail a piece of grounding wire on it if it is too short, like happened with my application.
Dave
· April 13, 2015
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No Gas Tube ! SurgeArrest components such as MOVs (varistors ) ....
Andreas
· August 11, 2019
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It shouldnt impact download or upload speeds. Its only earthen any current that may come through due to lightnings, etc.
Vinu
· March 13, 2016
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Y est rj45 both ends
pico
· May 26, 2016
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I would recommend this item for your situation
https://smile.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/B00R20OIAY/ref=ya_aw_od_pi?ie=UTF8&psc=1
Install one at the antenna and another before the cable enters your building

J C
· March 19, 2019
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CAT5
Dave
· January 29, 2015
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it work with any standard ethernet cable. Its protection goes to earth (green wire)
Andreas
· March 10, 2016
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YES, here is the information from APC website - - APC Surge Module for CAT6 or CAT5/5e Network Line, Replaceable, 1U, use with PRM4 or PRM24 Chassis
Protects an ethernet data port from damaging transients. Supports Cat5, Cat5E and Cat6 cabling standards. Compatible with Power Over Ethernet (POE) and network speeds up… see more
YES, here is the information from APC website - - APC Surge Module for CAT6 or CAT5/5e Network Line, Replaceable, 1U, use with PRM4 or PRM24 Chassis
Protects an ethernet data port from damaging transients. Supports Cat5, Cat5E and Cat6 cabling standards. Compatible with Power Over Ethernet (POE) and network speeds up to 10GbE (10GigE). - part number - PNETR6 see less
YES, here is the information from APC website - - APC Surge Module for CAT6 or CAT5/5e Network Line, Replaceable, 1U, use with PRM4 or PRM24 Chassis
Protects an ethernet data port from damaging transients. Supports Cat5, Cat5E and Cat6 cabling standards. Compatible with Power Over Ethernet (POE) and network speeds up to 10GbE (10GigE). - part number - PNETR6

CP
· April 1, 2016