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Wilson 859992 Lightening Surge Protector

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Wilson 859992
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The Wilson 859992 is a 75 ohm lightning surge protector with F-Female connectors. This device features a replaceable gas discharge element and protects amplifiers and boosted devices from power surges caused by lightning strikes to antennas mounted outside. It attenuates signal by 0.2 dB. It is recommended for all 75 ohm Wilson installations, particularly building or fixed installations.

859992 Features:

Product # 859992

  • Lightning Surge Protector
  • Upto 3 GHz Frequency Range
  • Replaceable Gas Discharge Element
  • Attenuates Signal by 0.2 db
  • 75 Ohms Impedance
  • F-Female Connectors

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    • Richard K.
    • 7/14/2013 4:45:30 AM
    • Tech Level: Somewhat High
    • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
    • Verified Owner

    5 out of 5 eggsWon't know that it doesn't work until it fails

    Pros: Great price and fast delivery. No signal lose.

    Cons: None so far, but until lightning strikes there is no way to know how well it works.
    If something ever happens I will update this with a note and a change to rating

    Other Thoughts: I bought two. One for my Wilson DB pro as recommended and one for the incoming cable. We have had three routers and several cable modems get fried end even when unplugged from the power, but left connected to the cable. Our cable regularly gets hit by lightning and the Comcast equipment gets fried 1-2x/yr too. So we do have a lightning issue
    I would suggest that they advise how/where to get replacement fuses

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