OPTIMA MS508LTE 5×8 Mains Powered LTE Radial Multiswitch
This Optima MS508LTE 5×8 Multiswitch is Q2 Quad or Quattro LNB compatibility for greater flexibility. Switchable 12V power for masthead amplifier if needed. Compact design ideal when space is tight. Switch-mode power unit runs cooler improves reliability. Ideal for Sky, Freesat and multi-room satellite installations.
|No of Inputs:||4 x Satellite and 1 x Terrestrial|
|No of Outputs:||8|
|Frequency range – Satellite:||950 to 2150MHz|
|Frequency range – Terrestrial wideband Ch21 to 68*:||40 to 860MHz|
|Terrestrial 4G-800 LTE filtered Ch21 to 60** switchable:||40 to 790MHz|
|Gain – Satellite:||3dB ±2dB|
|Gain – Terrestrial:||2dB ±2dB|
|Max input level – Satellite:||98dBμV ±2dB|
|Max input level – Terrestrial:||85dBμV ±2dB|
|Max output level – Satellite (IMD³ – 35dB):||102dBμV ±2dB|
|Max output level – Terrestrial (IMD³ – 60dB):||94dBμV ±2dB|
|Isolation – Satellite / Satellite:||>27dB|
|Isolation – Satellite / Terrestrial:||>30dB|
|Connectors:||F – Female|
|Masthead switchable voltage (Max):||12V @ 100mA|
|Maximum load to inputs:||500mA|
|Input mains voltage:||240v AC 50Hz (UK 3A plug fitted)|
|Power (Excluding LNB):||2W|
|Dimensions including connectors (mm):||250 x 108 x 36mm|
*Pre 4G-800 LTE. LTE will roll out across the UK from May 2013 to mid-2017. TV channels 61 to 68 (791 to 862MHz) may suffer interference during and after this period. Some retuning of terrestrial equipment may be necessary.
**Post 4G-800LTE. After LTE roll out across the UK channels above Ch60 may not be available. Switch the built-in filter to “on” to minimise the risk of LTE interference. In some circumstances, additional external filtering and LTE compatible TV aerial may be required.
NB: Multipoint domestic aerial systems may require earthing. Consult the latest codes of practice & legislation for information.
*Important note: When using A QUAD LNB you will normally require a larger dish than when using a QUATTRO LNB. For professional IRS installation, we recommend a QUATTRO LNB and an 80cm dish south of Manchester or 1.0m in the north and Scotland. This will ensure reliable reception in poor weather conditions.