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Cisco Surge-Gap Installation Instructions Manual

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Surge-Gap Drop Amplifier Installation Instructions
Overview
Introduction
This document provides the instructions for installing the 1 GHz Surge-Gap
Amplifier in indoor and outdoor environments.
CAUTION:
Avoid damage to the amplifier. Do not attempt to break the seal or remove the
screws on the back of the amplifier.
Contents
These instructions contain the following topics.
Important Rules for Safe Operation
Product Compliance
Installing the Surge-Gap Drop Amplifier
For Information
Topic
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    Surge-Gap Drop Amplifier Installation Instructions Overview Introduction This document provides the instructions for installing the 1 GHz Surge-Gap Drop ™ Amplifier in indoor and outdoor environments. CAUTION: Avoid damage to the amplifier. Do not attempt to break the seal or remove the screws on the back of the amplifier.

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    Carefully read all safety and operating instructions before operating this product, and retain them for future reference. Heed Warnings Follow all warnings and cautions in the operating instructions, as well as those that are affixed to this product. Surge-Gap Drop Amplifier Installation Instructions 4000254 Rev C...

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    • If you are uncertain of the type of power supply to your home or business, consult Cisco or your local power company. • This product is equipped with a two-prong plug. Insert this plug into a mains socket-outlet.

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    − When you are not using this product for an extended period • Ground your antenna system to provide some protection against voltage surges and built-up static charge, refer to Outdoor Grounding System in this section. Surge-Gap Drop Amplifier Installation Instructions 4000254 Rev C...

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    Servicing Do not open the cover of this product and attempt service unless instructed to do so in the operating instructions. Refer all servicing to Cisco Services. WARNING: Avoid electric shock! Opening or removing the cover may expose you to dangerous voltages.

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    • Grounding the lead-in wire to an antenna discharge unit • Size of the grounding conductors • Location of the antenna-discharge unit • Connection to grounding electrodes • Requirements for the grounding electrodes Surge-Gap Drop Amplifier Installation Instructions 4000254 Rev C...

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    This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) This device may not cause harmful interference and (2) this device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation. 4000254 Rev C Surge-Gap Drop Amplifier Installation Instructions...

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    Installing the Surge-Gap Drop Amplifier General Installation Notes Keep the following in mind when installing the drop amplifier. The drop amplifier has no power switch. Power is on when the AC adapter is • plugged into an outlet and the power cable is connected to the drop amplifier.

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    Installing the Surge-Gap Drop Amplifier, Continued 3-foot Coaxial Cable The coaxial cable connects the AC adapter to the drop amplifier. Installation Screws (2) The screws are used to attach the drop amplifier to the wall. Indoor Installation Follow the steps below to install the drop amplifier inside the home.

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    AC adapter is plugged into an AC outlet. Locate the drop amplifier near the drop cable. Note: Cisco recommends that you install the drop amplifier inside a network interface box. However, you can install the drop amplifier in an exposed area if necessary.

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    LED is lit once power is supplied to the amplifier. Drop Amplifiers and Accessories Part Numbers Part Number Description Gain Per Port 730214 Surge-Gap Drop Amp (40/51) with power 15 dB indicator, 1 port, 120 V AC power supply 730215 Surge-Gap Drop Amp (40/51) with power 11 dB...

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