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Panamax MOD-DBSTV

Add-on protection module for satellite, CATV, and cable modems

Item # 299MODDBST

Item # 299MODDBST

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C$94.99

About the Panamax MOD-DBSTV

Expand the protection offered by your Panamax EX or Panamax PRO power line conditioner with the MOD-DBSTV. This plug-in module gives you additional protection for your TV signal and phone line connections. You get two sets of satellite TV jacks, a set of cable TV or antenna jacks, and a telephone line input and output for your DSL modem or pay-per-view connection.

Product highlights:

  • satellite, cable TV, and phone line add-on module
  • for use with Panamax EX and Panamax PRO power line conditioners
  • 2 sets of satellite TV coaxial RF input/output jacks
  • 1 set cable TV or antenna coaxial RF input/output jacks
  • 1 set of phone line input/output jacks
  • wall-mountable
  • 4-3/4"W x 1-3/4"H x 7-7/8"D
  • warranty: limited lifetime
  • Our 60-day money-back guarantee
  • MFR # MOD-DBSTB

What's in the box:

  • Signal line protection module
  • Two 42" RG-6 coax cables
  • 4' Telephone cord
  • Rectangular grounding bracket
  • 2 Machine screws
  • 3 Self-tapping screws
  • 3 Spacer eyelets
  • 3 Drywall anchors
  • Installation Instructions
  • Bracket Installation instructions
  • Connections diagram
  • Warranty sheet

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More details on the Panamax MOD-DBSTV

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Features

Overview: The Panamax MOD-DBSTV is a signal line protection module, designed to work with several Panamax surge protectors and line conditioners. The module is designed to protect two satellite lines, one cable TV or antenna line, and one telephone line.

Add-on Modules: Panamax offers add-on modules that can be daisy-chained to specific AC surge protector base units. Modules can be "stacked" one on top of another to protect additional phone and data lines, computer network lines, satellite and CATV coax lines, and speaker, keypad, control, and security wires. Brackets are included for connecting the module to the base unit.

Panamax Unit Compatibility: The MOD-DBSTV works with the following Panamax units capable of accepting add-on signal line modules:

  • PM8-EX, PM8T-EX, PM8C-EX, PM8DBS-EX
  • M8-EX, M8T-EX, M8C-EX, M8DBS-EX, M4-EX, M4T-EX
  • M8C-Pro, M8HC-Pro
  • M8-HT, M8-HT-PRO, PM8-HT

Connections: The MOD-DBSTV is equipped with the following connections.

  • SAT/CATV: The MOD-BSTV is equipped with three gold-plated female F-type input connections and three gold-plated female F-type output connections. Two sets of these connections are rated at 950MHz-2.2GHz for Satellite while the other connection is rated at 5MHz-950MHz for cable or antenna.
  • RJ11: The MOD-BSTV is equipped with one RJ-11 output connection and one RJ-11 input connection to protect your phone line.

Warranty Note: This signal line protection module does not provide a Connected Equipment Protection guarantee as a stand alone item. It must be properly installed with a compatible Panamax AC base unit, and the base unit's Connected Equipment Protection Policy will remain intact.

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It is very hard for me to determine if these and other surge protectors will work for cable modems. If it works for cable/satellite does that automatically mean it works for cable modems as well and to cover a modem/router or, in my case a gateway, do you have to have protection on the wall outlet and the cable line or one or the other?
[ Chris  Jul 06, 2017 ]
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For more details regarding surge protection for your cable modem, you will want to contact an Advisor directly by phone (888.955.6000). They can help you determine which surge protectors will work with the type of modem you have. Thank you!
[ Larry  Jul 11, 2017 ]  Staff

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