RF Surge Protectors

798 RF Surge Protectors from 19 manufacturers listed on everything RF

RF Surge Protectors and arrestors from the leading manufacturers are listed on below. Use the filters on the left side to narrow down the list of surge protectors by frequency, type, connectors and other parameters. Download datasheets and get quotes on products that match your requirement.

Directionality:
Bi-directional
Multi-Strike:
Yes
Frequency:
DC to 6000 MHz
Surge Current:
10kA multiple
DC Handling:
DC Pass
Input Connector:
TNC
Input Connector Gender:
Female
Output Connector:
TNC
Output Connector Gender:
Female
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Type:
Gas Discharge Tube
Frequency:
DC to 5.8 GHz
Input Connector:
TNC
Input Connector Gender:
Male
Output Connector:
TNC
Output Connector Gender:
Female
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Description:100 W Coaxial RF Surge Protector from DC to 1.2 GHz
Type:
Gas Discharge Tube
Directionality:
Bi-directional
Multi-Strike:
Yes
Frequency:
DC to 1.2 GHz
Surge Current:
20 kA
DC Handling:
DC Block
Throughput Energy:
120 uJ
Input Connector:
N Type
Input Connector Gender:
Female
Output Connector:
N Type
Output Connector Gender:
Female
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Description:RF Lightning Arrestor for N female to female DC~3G
Frequency:
DC to 3 GHz
Surge Current:
20KA(8/20 µs)
DC Handling:
DC Pass
Input Connector:
N Type
Input Connector Gender:
Male
Output Connector:
N Type
Output Connector Gender:
Female
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Description:Quarter Wave Surge Protector from 555 MHz to 4 GHz with 4.3-10 Connectors
Type:
Quarter-Wave Shorting Stub (QWS)
Directionality:
Directional
Multi-Strike:
Yes
Frequency:
555 MHz to 4 GHz
Surge Current:
50 kA
DC Handling:
DC Block
Input Connector:
4.3-10
Input Connector Gender:
Male
Output Connector:
4.3-10
Output Connector Gender:
Female
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Description:150 W Gas Discharge Tube Surge Protector from DC to 7 GHz
Type:
Gas Discharge Tube
Multi-Strike:
Yes
Frequency:
DC to 7 GHz
Surge Current:
20 kA
DC Handling:
DC Pass
Input Connector:
N Type
Input Connector Gender:
Female
Output Connector:
N Type
Output Connector Gender:
Female
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Description:RF Equipment Protection Tuned Stub 400MHz to 3GHz
Type:
Quarter-Wave Shorting Stub (QWS)
Directionality:
Bi-directional
Frequency:
400 MHz to 3 GHz
Surge Current:
50 kA
DC Handling:
DC Block
Input Connector:
N Type
Input Connector Gender:
Male
Output Connector:
N Type
Output Connector Gender:
Female
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Description:N-Type (M/F) Commercial Grade Surge Protector from DC to 3 GHz
Multi-Strike:
Yes
Frequency:
DC to 3 GHz
Surge Current:
10 kA
Input Connector:
N Type
Input Connector Gender:
Male
Output Connector:
N Type
Output Connector Gender:
Female
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Description:N Type M/F DC Block Surge Protector from 2300 to 2700 MHz
Type:
Quarter-Wave Shorting Stub (QWS)
Directionality:
Bi-directional
Multi-Strike:
Yes
Frequency:
2300 to 2700 MHz
Surge Current:
20 to 50 kA
DC Handling:
DC Block
Input Connector:
N Type
Input Connector Gender:
Male
Output Connector:
N Type
Output Connector Gender:
Female
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Description:Type N F/F In/Out Bulkhead Coaxial RF Surge Protector, 1.8GHz - 6GHz, DC Block, 10W, IP67, 18kA, Filter
Type:
Filter
Multi-Strike:
Yes
Frequency:
1.8 to 6 GHz
Surge Current:
18 kA
DC Handling:
DC Block
Throughput Energy:
0.5 nJ
Input Connector:
N Type
Input Connector Gender:
Female
Output Connector:
N Type
Output Connector Gender:
Female
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What are RF Surge Protectors and Arrestors?

Electric Surge is a momentary disturbance/spike in current, voltage or power in an electric circuit. This electric surge which is usually caused by lightning or some other external factor can damage the device under operation, if not appropriately managed.

An RF surge protector or arrestor is used to protect various wireless components or systems. The arrestor limits the amount of voltage supplied to an electronic device by suppressing or reducing the current to the threshold level of the device. Surge Protectors improve the reliability of the wireless network by guarding it against sudden changes in the voltage due to lightning strikes.

The transient changes in the voltage arise in the form of spikes, which could be more than 1000 volts. The voltage spikes are generated when lighting hits the power line. Such high voltage spikes can damage the sensitive components in an electronic device. The wireless components in the receive chain of a system are very sensitive to electrical signals as they are designed to receive very low signals transimitted to them from various mobile/wireless devices.

When selecting a surge protector you need to specify the frequency, connector type, max voltage/current that you need the device to protect against and other parameters. There are a number of RF surge protector types, each type is created using a different set of technologies. The main arrestor types are Gas Discharge Tube, Filters, Avalanche Diode, Quarter-Wave Shorting Stub (QWS) etc.

everything RF has listed RF Surge protectors from the leading manufacturers. Use the filter tools to narrow down on the list of products from the leading manufacturers. Once you find products that match your requirement, you can view product specification, download datasheets or request a quotation. Quotation requests are sent to the manufacturers and their distributors in your region who then get back to you with the requested information.

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