Antenna Power Splitter


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This product is sold through specialist dealers only.
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for DMS700, WMS4500, WMS470, WMS420 receivers

The APS4 is a wide-band UHF active Antenna and Power Splitter that can feed up to 4 receivers with the RF signal coming from one pair of antennas and also supplies power to all connected receivers via BNC cables. The splitter operates in an extended frequency range of 470 to 952 MHz. Adjustable RF-level attenuation settings guarantee maximum operating distance even when using different cable lengths and different types of cables. The APS4 comes in a rugged half-rack metal housing and works with all active and passive AKG antennas available on the market (RA4000 B/W, RA4000 W, SRA2 B/W and SRA2 W). The product is shipped with a rack mount kit (RMU4000), two front mount antenna cables and ten BNC cables (MKPS) for an immediate system setup.

Two rear panel antenna inputs provide a 12 VDC supply voltage for powering up to three active elements per antenna path. E.g. one active antenna (RA4000 B/W or SRA2 B/W) and two AB4000 antenna boosters connected to one RF input. Also located on the rear panel are two sets of four BNC antenna output connectors for feeding up to four diversity receivers and two additional antenna outputs for cascading up to three further APS4 devices.

Operates in an extended frequency range from 470 to 952 MHz for maximum flexibility

Cable length adjustment switch for optimizing antenna signal levels

Link output to cascade up to three APS4 for larger systems

Remote power for antennas and receivers to eliminate any extra installation effort

All in one box rack mount kit and cables included

General Switching bandwidth (from/to)470 to 952 MHz
Operating temperature range -10 to 50 Celsius

Design Body metal
Finish black

Dimensions / Weight
Length 190 mm
Height 44 mm
Width 200 mm
Net Weight 1062 g

The APS4 sets do not include a PSU - please order AKGPSU if one is required.