Network and IP camera surge protection for incoming and outgoing network lines. 1GB Max, POE and pigtail options. The TPD-CAT6 units offer the highest quality data line protection available. Strategically protect data pathways that are connected to network..
Surge Suppressor & Lightning Protection
Network Devices and Baluns Communicating <10.2Gb
4K & 1080P High Definition Compatible: Yes
Max Data Rate: <1Gbps
Solid State fail-Safe Design
Three Year Unlimited Free Replacement Warranty
Operating Voltage: 6.3V/56V POE
Response Time: < 1 nanosecond
Strength: 1500 Watts per Wire; 6000 Watts per Unit
Din-Rail or Screw-Down Mount Indoors or In Enclosure if Exposed to Weather
The TPD-CAT6 units offer the highest quality data line protection available. Strategically protect data pathways that are connected to network. Installing a TPD-CAT6 will reduce damage caused by surges that enter on these pathways and destroy routers, hubs and network devices. Installing a TPD-CAT6 surge suppression product on Ethernet wires that leave the house will assure that damaging transients and surges do not enter onto these lines and destroy electronics inside the home. Units should be installed as the wires leave the house assuring that the network and its wiring are protected inside the house. Lightning will not only destroy electrical equipment, but can also destroy wiring. Protecting outdoor equipment is accomplished by placing a unit in front of the outdoor hub or router.
Protect Outdoor POE Camera Pathways Back to Network
• Count the number of outdoor cameras to protect potential pathways returning into network switches and equipment.
• Use TPD-CAT6-POE on each outdoor camera pathway to protect the networking equipment inside the building. The best protection practices teach us to always isolate cameras from metal or remote earth connections.
• When security is a concern, such as in hospitals and parking garages, a TPD-CAT6-POE should be installed at the camera end.
• The TPD-CAT6-POE must be housed inside a weatherproof enclosure and grounded back to the head-end electrical ground.
It is sometimes not cost-effective to protect the remote camera without planning for an enclosure to be mounted at the camera to house the surge protector and adding a grounding wire to run to each camera surge protection. This is why isolation of the remote (or separate from the building) camera from metal or earth is so important. When a camera is damaged, there is a more significant chance that the event is coming from the earth and through the surface the camera is mounted on rather than riding the wiring down to the camera.
Protect Network Wires That Enter or Leave Structure
• Count the number of network wires that enter or leave the structure.
• One TPD-CAT6 should be installed on any network wire as it leaves one structure.
• Then another TPD-CAT6 should be installed as it enters the second structure to maintain proper grounding and protection of the equipment inside each structure.
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