KU LNC 6471 C PRO

KU LNC 6471 C PRO, Empfangskonverter

Lead time on request
Frequency range (RF)6430..7130 MHz
Maximum input power1 mW (0dBm)
Frequency range (IF)200..900 MHz
Noise figure @ 18 °Ctyp. 1.5 dB, max. 1.8 dB
Gain @ 25 °Ctyp. 31 dB
Output IP322 dBm
LO frequency6230 MHz, 6280 MHz, 6330 MHz, 7330 MHz
LO accuracy @ 18 °C+/- 2 ppm
LO frequency stability+/- 3 ppm
Phase noise @ 1 kHztyp. -86 dBc/Hz
Phase noise @ 10 kHztyp. -99 dBc/Hz
Phase noise @ 100 kHztyp. -99 dBc/Hz
Supply voltage+9 ... +36 V DC
Current consumptiontyp. 250 mA @ 12V DC
Maximum case temperature+55 °C
Input connector / impedanceN-female, 50 ohms
Output connector / impedanceN-female, 50 ohms
Casemilled Aluminium, water resistant
Dimensions (mm)82 x 64 x 22
Weight230 g
Remote power supply via IFFERNSPEISUNG
Working range of the KU LNC 6471 C PRO is the frequency range 6430 to 7130 MHz. The standard IF range is 200 to 900 MHz. Due to four configurable oscillator frequencies the down converter can be used with different receivers. An additional user defineable oscillator frequency solves special requirements on the IF range. For more flexibility the gain of the down converter is setable in two steps. The KU LNC 6471 C PRO comes in a rugged milled aluminium. The down converter is water resistant and ready for outdoor use. For tower mount application a suitable mounting clamp is available.
  • Low noise figure
  • Large bandwidth
  • Low phase noise oscillator
  • High frequency stability of the oscillator
  • High linearity
  • Antenna port protected against static discharge
  • Small and light-weight to allow easy pole mounting
  • Tri-colour LED indicates unit status and gain mode setting
  • Overvoltage protection and reverse polarity protection
  • Remote power supply via output connector
  • switchable gain
  • switchable local oscillator frequencies
  • normal or reverse output spectrum selectable
  • Multichannel Multipoint Distribution Services (MMDS)
  • Digital broadcast systems (DVB-T, DVB-S)
  • Analog and digital transmission systems