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Coaxial transfer switch
The 1-5/8" coaxial transfer switch demonstrates features an extremely low VSWR across all broadcast frequency bands that is achieved with electrical performance that also provides high isolation. Broadcasters are insured of maximum power handling capacity, low loss, and long service life with the precision fit and copper current paths. The X-series switch is available in 120Vac or 240Vac drive voltages and control voltages of 12Vdc or 24Vdc. In the case of the loss of power, the switch will remain in position when power is restored. A manual override can be performed when ac power is disconnected.
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