Right Angle Connector
Given the thick insulating jacket of the popular L-400 coaxial cable, kinking and breaks at the connector can
happen due to the angle approach taken at the antenna port.
This is most common on panels that have the connector built into the housing of
the antenna in a horizontal position.
Using a right angle adapter for your N-Male cable allows you to maintain a clean and straight approach
to your antenna which avoids a kink or bend that can cause poor signal quality or even a loss of signal altogether.
End Connector 1
End Connector 2
Coaxial splitters help divide signal into 2,3, up to 4 lines! However, too much splitting can also weaken
the signal (also known as dB loss). So unless you have great incoming signal or need to bring signal to
a priority area, it’s best to keep using splitters to a minimum.
Coax taps also known as attenuators are splitters with a major difference: it helps with asymmetrical signal distribution.
Whereas a splitter will split signal evenly, a tap will allow you to reduce signal from one line in order for th
other line to perform better.
It is important for long and uneven cable runs.
Lightning Surge Protector
A recommended accessory for preventing power surges from damaging equipment.