The innovative LP-SPT™ RF surge protection tester can test any lightning protection device or component to ensure its proper functioning and capability to protect critical and expensive RF equipment. Weighing only 16 ounces and powered by two 9 volt batteries, the ruggedized hand-held unit is completely portable making it ideal for field use. The LP-SPT™ unit has two terminals, N male and N female, to support testing of the most popular in line RF surge protection devices and can easily test surge protectors with any other interfaces by using commonly available RF adaptors. The slim LP-SPT™ unit comes complete with a heavy duty nylon carrying case, batteries, easy-to-follow instructions and a set of alligator clips to allow testing of other surge protection components such as MOV’s, diodes and gas tubes.
• Size: 9.0” x 4.0” x 1.5”• Weight: 16 ounces • Power: Two 9V batteries • Display: 3.5” LCD, 2kV max scale • Test Output: 1kV min, 1mA min, 1.5mA max. • Terminal: N Female & N Male • Includes: - Alligator clip adaptor (LP-NF-AC) - Rugged black nylon carrying case - Batteries - Operating Instructions
Rojone Pty Ltd is experienced in the GPS, Antenna, RF & Microwave industries, and is proudly 100% Australian owned & privately operated.
Rojone offers a comprehensive range of devices from a unique voice interactive GPS vehicle tracking system through to high performance commercial and military components. Australian owned and operated, Rojone is proudly one of Australia's top 100 Professional and Military Electronics, GPS, RF and Telecommunications companies. Rojone operates from our own purpose built 1300 sqm factory complex in Sydney. Rojone's owners have invested extensively in high quality test equipemnt, machinery and technology. This capability has led to the design and manufacture of many unique products, with over 30% of our annual turnover now being exported. Rojone offers a comprehensive selection of DC to 100 GHz components suitable for most Communications, WLAN, Telecommunications, GPS, Professional and Military applications.