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Pulse Electronics' DSL Splitter Module with Lightning and Power Fault Protection
6-pin module is interchangeable for all global telecom standards
"Adding surge protection is becoming increasingly necessary as protection standards evolve, and being able to reduce the splitter module size is important as component density increases," explained Ronan Kelly, Pulse Electronics broadband product manager. "Pulse's new CO splitter module offers the customer a product to address these needs."
Pulse Electronics' B8841PNL CO module is part of a family of products that have the same 6 pin footprint, so modules can be interchanged to address a specific target market without changing the rack cabinet connectivity. This pin configuration accommodates all global standards and is well-suited for use in the Americas, Europe, and Asia. It meets requirements for ETSI 600 ohm ADSL to VDSL2 applications and China YD/T 1187-2006 ADSL 600 ohms. The modules are used on a rack card in a DSLAM or within roadside cabinets to combine or split the POTS from DSL data.
The modules are sold in trays. Lead-time is typically 8-10 weeks. The part is production released and available for orders. More information on Pulse's B8841PNL product family can be found on datasheet http://productfinder.pulseeng.com/products/datasheets/B1005.pdf located on the Pulse website at http://www.pulseelectronics.com/B8841PNL.
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