The junction box can be used with the MXC, DDS 5900 or the DCS 6000 systems and provides four tap-outs from the daisy-chain while also providing a loop-through.
Each tap-out port in the junction box is isolated from the rest of the system, thus improving system redundancy and reliability.
The maximum cable length from each junction box port is 10 m (32.8 ft.). Each tap-out port can handle one delegate unit, one interpreter unit or four channel selectors.
Works with MXC, DDS 5900 and DCS 6000 Systems.
- Junction boxes for splitting the DCS-LAN into tap-out connections
- 4 independent DCS-LAN tap-out ports
- Redundancy enhancement in terms of potential network damage on a tap-out port
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