TV splitters with F/F or F/RJ45 connectors
Since 2016, France’s Building and Housing Code has required that the RJ45 connectors and twisted-pair cables installed in new residential buildings be capable of transmitting all television signals (DTTV, satellite, cable).
This update to France’s building codes will eliminate the need for coaxial cable within the dwelling. Traditionally, dwellings were wired for both (twisted-pair copper and coaxial). Now, a single infrastructure with universal jacks will be the new standard.
The antenna riser architecture, however, will remain unchanged. TV signals coming in via coaxial cable will be connected to a twisted-pair distribution cable inside the home network cabinet.
The signal coming in to the home network cabinet can be distributed passively if the cabinet is located a short distance from the wall outlets. A TV splitter with F/F connectors with balun cables can be used; a TV splitter with F/RJ45 connectors that serves as a balun cable can also be used, and offers the advantage of being easier to install in the home network cabinet.
The table below gives the theoretical performance specifications of these components; the maximum distance the receiver can be located for proper operation according to the XP C 90-483 standard is indicated.
|Part number||Part name||Includes|
|GO187||DTTV/SAT splitter with 2 lines out F/RJ45||Splitter + DIN rail clips + 2 FTP patchcords 50 cm + curved F connector|
|GO188||DTTV/SAT splitter with 4 lines out F/RJ45||Splitter + DIN rail clips+ 4 FTP patchcords 50 cm + curved F connector|
|GO157||TV splitter with 2 lines out F/F||Splitter + DIN rail clips|
|GO158||TV splitter with 3 lines out F/F||Splitter + DIN rail clips|
|GO152||TV splitter with 4 lines out F/F||Splitter + DIN rail clips|
|GO153||TV splitter with 6 lines out F/F||Splitter + DIN rail clips|