Communications

Ranatec new 10Gbps shielded ethernet feedthrough filter

12th October 2020
Alex Lynn

Ranatec announced that it has added a new panel mountable, high speed feedthru filter to its product portfolio. Ranatec’s RI 4194 LAN 10Gbps Feedthru Filter represents the newest advancement in I/O solutions for RF enclosures. The Ranatec RI 4194 LAN Feedthru Filter boasts a 50dB filter suppression level from 1.2 to 50GHz, while processing a massive 10 Gbps feedthru. 

“We saw a need in the market as latency is going down, and bandwidth up,” said Magnus Kilian, CEO at Ranatec. “Test equipment capable of handling up to 10 Gbit is urgently needed. Ranatec is committed to constant development and improvement. We are proud to say that this is the best filter we have ever manufactured. The RI 4194 is based on a simple outer design, coupled with innovative, cutting edge Scandinavian technology on the inside.”

Ranatec is creating the right value for its customers with products like the new shielded I/O Ethernet RF filtered interface. The offering enables customers to test their latest wireless equipment with superior proficiency. The RI 4194 feedthru filter enables customers to create and secure value-added product offerings and gain a competitive edge in the global marketplace. 

The Ranatec RI 4194 high performance feedthru filter is developed for all types of applications where LAN signals need to be fed through a shielded wall. It provides highly robust filter suppression performance over all mobile frequency bands. Primarily designed to fit in Ranatec’s RI 181 series shield boxes, it can also be employed separately. 

Interface features include physical connectors located at each end, and a reciprocal filter meaning the mounting direction can be either direction. Mechanical interface highlights include the RI 4194 is prepared for panel mounting with two threaded M3 screw holes on the front. It is delivered with an EMC shielding gasket for simple and reliable mounting. 

 

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