Polytron today announced the new multi-switch series PSG Green Line. The new devices should be characterized by a reduced energy requirement.
The new PSG Green Line multiswitch series from Polytron is suitable for the distribution of signals from four, eight or 16 SAT IF levels and terrestrial signals. The company announced today. The series should include a total of 24 models consisting of cascade switches, individual switches and line amplifiers. They should have five, nine or 17 entrances. There is always an input for terrestrial signals. The number of participant outputs is eight, 16, 24, 28 or 32, according to Polytron. The line amplifiers have five, nine or 17 inputs and outputs.
As the company further explains, all single switches of the 5 and 9 series are equipped with a power supply unit and a 22 kHz generator. This should enable the connection of a QUAD LNB. In addition, it should be possible to use all line amplifiers as preamplifiers for headends.
According to Polytron the new multiswitches can be used flexibly for many areas of application and reception situations. Colored markings on the devices should make it easier to assign the connection cables. During the conception, value was also placed on reduced energy requirements, according to the product announcement.
Source: DIGITAL FERNSEHEN by www.digitalfernsehen.de.
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