A39

NexSens A39 Gas Discharge Lightning Arrester

NexSens A39 Gas Discharge Lightning Arrester

Description

Lightning arresters are designed to protect radio, cellular and satellite equipment from harmful static electricity and lightning induced surges.

Features

  • Protects equipment from lightning induced surge currents as high as 5,000 Amps
  • Copper grounding lug with stainless steel set screw enables a secure ground connection
  • Integral N-style connectors allow for connection to standard RF cables
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$159.00
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The A39 gas discharge lightning arrester is designed to protect sensitive communication equipment from static electricity and lightning induced surges that travel on coaxial transmission lines.

Product warranty requires properly grounded gas discharge lightning protection with all A41 Omni or A46 Yagi antenna based 4100-iSIC installations. Note that lightning protection installation requires an additional RF cable and ground kit.
What's Included:
  • (1) Gas discharge lightning arrester
  • (1) Copper grounding lug
Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
NexSens A39 Gas Discharge Lightning Arrester A39 Lightning protection, radio, cellular & satellite
$159.00
Usually ships in 3-5 days
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NexSens A38 Ground Kit A38 Ground kit
$79.00
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NexSens A38-P Pipe Attachment Ground Kit A38-P Ground kit, pipe attachment
$69.00
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NexSens Micro-Loss RF Cables A35 RF cable, micro-loss, 2'
$49.00
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$59.00
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