Blocking Capacitor, CP2501, is used in systems where DC and/or infrared control pulses are present on the coaxial cable.
Blocks DC IR signals
Passes RF signals
Type F barrel connector
When such signals are not wanted or might be shorted out by downstream video products, a Model 2501 blocking cap can be inserted in an individual coaxial cable feed. The capacitor serves like an open circuit to DC and low frequency IR control signals, yet passes all RF signals on.
Example: Using a 12-volt IR system and not using Model 2100A wall plates at all coax drops, insert a Model 2501 on the end of the coax. Available in a 10 pack.
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Recent Review: jofoso - Raleigh, NC - 3/28/2013 It Worked
It Worked jofoso - Raleigh, NC - 3/28/2013 Bought these upon recommendation by Channel Plus to remedy problem with IR Remote problems caused by noise coming from tv back through the cable. Works great. Problem solved.
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