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0000/3248 - TechniSystem 5/8 K (cascade) - blue/yellow
TechniSystem 5/8 K (cascade)
TechniSystem 5/8 K (cascade)
This cascadable matrix for eight receivers, can be used up to eight times in one trunk. The power supply is taken from a TechniSystem G or from a Line Amplifier 5 Z / NT.

Attention: These TechniSystem 5/8 G + 5/8 K are not compatible with TechniSwitch 5/8 G and 5/8 K.


HDTV stands for High Definition Television, thus for outstanding picture quality. With HDTV, pictures can be displayed in much greater detail and with much finer gradations. Contrast and contours are more precise and colours truer to their originals. Furthermore, the wide screen format on HDTV broadcasts corresponds much better to human visual perception. So it creates a more vivid impression overall.

Technical Data

Article information

400 g
400 g
17.10 x 10.13 x 3.30 cm
17.60 x 18.60 x 4.00 cm


-2 ... 3 dB
1 ... 4 dB


> 35 dB
47 dB


-25 ... 55 °C

General characteristics

No attenuation in satellite range
Tilt gain
For quad LNB

Reception range

950 ... 2150 MHz
47 ... 862 MHz

Technical data

100 m

Transmission loss

2 ... 5 dB
2 ... 3 dB

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Equipped with 5 high-quality F-double sockets

Surge Protector USS1

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For the protection of all satellite reception equipment

Line Amplifier 5Z 2/ NT

Line Amplifier 5Z 2/ NT

Amplifier for signal gain for 1 orbital position

Passive Splitter 5 P

Passive Splitter 5 P

Passive splitter for 1 orbital position

Active 2-way tap 5/2 A

Active 2-way tap 5/2 A

Active 2-way tap for 1 orbital position