Protect your DSL line and equipment from catastrophic damage.
The Digital Subscriber Line is a type of circuit/line that uses existing POTS technology to improve communication speeds beyond that of the older "voice grade" or dial-up service method.
This is achieved through using a digital signal over the same copper wires as your standard home or small business phone.
In addition to the improvement of speed, the voice (telephone call) communication can also be used along with the digital signal at the same time.
So unlike a dial-up Internet scenario…this system allows for the phone line (voice) to remain available during Internet use.
Popular and familiar electronic equipment types for both home and business connected by these circuits/lines are modems, network routers, network switches and phone systems.
The equipment connected via these circuits/lines are expensive and very sensitive to voltage transients.
This technology helps make business and home life function more efficiently and smoothly. In many cases, these lines are critical in keeping a business up and running.
These lines and connected equipment should be carefully protected as they provide direct pathways for transient voltage damage.
Standard data rate speeds are 128 Kbps up to 100 Mbps.
Additional configurations to the standard technology include HDSL, ADSL, SDSL and VDSL. Each configuration has it's own data rates and need to be defined for specifying the correct surge protector device.
Connection options include: Terminal Strip, Modular Jack (RJ45/14), DIN Rail as well as Punch-Down configurations.
Our surge protector units are a series wired, parallel connected, all-mode protection, hybrid design incorporating our Optimal Response Circuitry™.
All suppression circuits are encapsulated in our high dielectric compound to assure long component life and complete protection from the elements and vibration.
To keep your speed...you have a protection need.
If you demand protection results...we have the right equipment.