Anadol Zero Watt 5/8 Eco unpowered multiswitch for 1 satellite 8 participants

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"Anadol Zero Watt 5/8 Eco unpowered multiswitch for 1 satellite 8 participants"
The Anadol Zero Watt 5/8 is a power-efficient and therefore low-cost multi-switch for up to 8 participants in a targeted satellite. Anadol's powerless multi-switch features a compact and compact design of just 80 x 80 x 23 mm (without sockets) and a robust cast aluminum housing. As a result, the multi-switch is excellently suited to be used e.g. in the attic or concealed in any niche - after all, a power connection to the multi-switch is not necessary. The Anadol Zero Watt 5/8 Watt is powered by your receiver and can only be used in combination with a Quattro LNB.

Specifications & Features - Anadol Zero Watt 5/8 Multiswitch:
- No 230V mains connection at the multiswitch necessary (optional power supply connection still available)
- Compatible with almost every Quattro LNB
- Robust cast aluminum housing
- 5 inputs (4x SAT / 1x Terrestrial DVB-T / T2)
- 8 subscriber outputs
- Low power consumption <60 mA (powered by your receiver)
- Secured against short circuits
- Each participant has access to all programs (transmission levels)
- Very low transmission loss of the signal Satsignals
- High decoupling of the transmission levels
- HDTV, 3D, HD +, 4K, UHD and Sky-ready

Delivery:
1x Anadol Zero Watt 5/8 powerless multi-switch for 1 satellite with 8 participants
1x mounting screw set
1x user manual

Important instructions:
This multi-switch can only be used in conjunction with Quattro LNB. The DC connection allows the connection of an external power supply (not included in delivery). With this can e.g. via the terrestrial terminal an amplifier and / or vertical / high of the LNB be powered.

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