Wilson 859992 Lightning Surge Protector with F-Female Connectors (75 Ohm)

Wilson Lightning Surge Protector 75 Ohm F-Female/F-Female 859992

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  • Protects boosters from nearby lightning strikes to outside antennas
  • Up to 3 GHz frequency range
  • Replaceable gas discharge element
  • For use with RG6 and RG11 coax cable

$89.95
SKU: 859992
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Product Description

Product features

  • F-female connectors on both ends.
  • Jumper cable terminated with F-male connectors required to attach to antenna (Wilson 950602, sold separately).
  • Up to 3 GHz frequency range.
  • 75 ohm impedance.
  • Attenuates <−0.2 dB.

Product use

  • When properly installed and attached to a ground wire, this gas-discharge surge protector interrupts the spike in power from a nearby lightning strike, directing it to ground instead of to a cell signal booster.
  • Gas discharge element is replaceable with Wilson part number 859921.

Product includes

  • 1 × Wilson 859992 lightning surge protector.

Please note

  • Requires an additional ground cable (not included).
  • This product will not protect against a direct lighting strike to an antenna. If you are concerned about lightning strikes, we recommend installing a lightning rod suitable to your building.

Product Specifications

Connector Type:
F-female
Cable Type:
RG6 coax & RG11 coax
Frequency Range:
Up to 3 GHz
Impedance:
75 Ω
Gain/Loss:
<−0.2 dB

Warranty Information

Wilson Electronics accessories are warranted for ninety (90) days against defects in workmanship and/or materials. Warranty cases may be resolved by returning the product directly to the reseller with a dated proof of purchase. See reseller warranty procedures.

This warranty does not apply to any accessories or components determined by Wilson Electronics to have been subjected to misuse, abuse, neglect, or mishandling that alters or damages physical or electronic properties.