RPF Pass thru G.fast Balun

Model: SA-4610-4501; SA-4610-1101

The Reverse Power Feed (RPF) G.fast Balun is a passive in-line product that converts a G.fast signal from a balanced twisted pair cable to an unbalanced 75 Ω coax (and vice versa) that allows for the passthrough of remote power. The RPF G.fast Balun is compatible with Reverse Power Feed configurations to allow G.fast to be extended via coax to businesses and MDU environments. 

All Comtest Baluns are designed for homes or buildings lacking telephone wiring or that have inadequate twisted pair wiring, and provide a method to bring video programming and high-speed broadband services into the premises using the existing wiring. 

G.fast promises to deliver gigabit speeds over short lengths of standard twisted pair cable and longer lengths can be supported via coaxial cable. Comtest Networks G.fast Baluns provide the perfect solution to deliver broadband inside any MDU, business or campus environment.

Benefits

  • Converts G.fast signal from a balanced twisted pair cable to an unbalanced 75Ω coax
  • Compatible with Reverse Power Feed (RPF) configurations
  • Allows passthrough of remote power
  • Installed indoors within MDU or DPU enclosures
  • Supports VDSL2 and G.fast
RPF Pass thru G.fast Balun

RPF Pass thru G.fast Balun

Specifications

Dimensions (H x W x D)

23.4 x 23.4 x 63.8 mm

0.92 x 0.92 x 2.51 "

Operating Temperature

-40 to +85* C

-40 to 185* F

Weight

64 g

0.14 lbs

Interface

75Ω unbalanced:           F-Type Coax connector

100Ω balanced:             RJ-45 Twisted wire Plug

100Ω balanced:             RJ-11 Twisted wire Plug

Capacity

1 Subscriber loop per line unit

Electrical Specifications

Current - Max 0.35 ADC

Voltage - Max 75 VDC

Operating Frequency

1 MHz to 220 MHz

Compliance

Compliant to CSA/UL Standards

Ordering information

Order number

SA-4601-4501

Name

RPF Pass thru G.fast Balun RJ45

Order number

SA-4610-1101

Name

RPF Pass thru G.fast Balun RJ11

Parameter
Frequency
Performance
Insertion Loss
1 MHz - 50 MHz
< 0.5 dB
50 MHz - 106 MHz 
< 1 dB
106 MHz - 212 MHz 
< 1.5 dB
Return Loss
1 MHz - 75 MHz
< -20 dB
75 MHz - 106 MHz 
< -16 dB
106 MHz - 212 MHz
< -13 dB