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  • CPR BT ADSL Broadband Microfilter/Splitter

CPR BT ADSL Broadband Microfilter/Splitter

£4.99
(including tax)

We highly recommend that you buy these fully compatible with ADSL / MaxDSL / ADSL2 / ADSL2/2+. These Heavy duty are designed for higher usage and higher bandwidth especially If your ADSL Line is 2MB or above.

  • Supplied in voice or data transmission circuits
  • Provides isolated conversion between modem and telephone line
  • Have filter function,and passed UK test standard
  • Single DC Resistance :<=50 ohm
  • Insertion loss :1KHz;<1dB
  • Attenuation distortion :200Hz
  • Return loss from phone side <200Hz
  • Input port: UK plug*1
  • Output Jack: US Jack (for modem)*1
  • UK Jack (for phone)*1
  • Dimension: 58*43*23.1 mm; wire length: 100±5mm

We highly recommend that you buy these fully compatible with ADSL / MaxDSL / ADSL2 / ADSL2/2+. These Heavy duty are designed for higher usage and higher bandwidth especially If your ADSL Line is 2MB or above.



A micro filter or ADSL Filter, separates your analogue telephone service from the data signals used on your broadband service, allowing you to use both simultaneously. It will help you get better voice quality. Although our filters may be at a fraction of many other on the market, but this does not mean we compromise on the quality. All our ADSL filters are of very high quality and according to BT specifications. It Meets all SIN346 requirements including "longitudinal balance" test.

Manufactured to exceed the BT SIN 346 v2.2 guidelines for UK micro filters. It offers complete compatibility with BT services such as CLI (Caller ID). Manufactured for maximum compatibility with even the most complex telephone equipment. Fully compatible with DECT cordless phones and PABX systems

How many ADSL filters do I need?
You will need to fit an ADSL filter to every telephone outlet where a telephone is connected. Whilst there is no practical limit to the number of filters that can be connected to a phone line, we recommend a maximum of four filters and that the phone should be connected to a filtered sockets only unless the phones socket has built in filter components. It is possible to attach a ''phone-doubler''adapter to a filter in order to attach two telephone handsets. However it is important to note that not filtering one telephone device will affect other devices and this may stop all the other filters working correctly.
Specfications:
  • Supplied in voice or data transmission circuits
  • Provides isolated conversion between modem and telephone line
  • Have filter function,and passed UK test standard
  • Single DC Resistance :<=50 ohm
  • Insertion loss :1KHz;<1dB
  • Attenuation distortion :200Hz
  • Return loss from phone side <200Hz
  • Input port: UK plug*1
  • Output Jack: US Jack (for modem)*1
  • UK Jack (for phone)*1
  • Dimension: 58*43*23.1 mm; wire length: 100±5mm
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We highly recommend that you buy these fully compatible with ADSL / MaxDSL / ADSL2 / ADSL2/2+. These Heavy duty are designed for higher usage and higher bandwidth especially If your ADSL Line is 2MB or above.

  • Supplied in voice or data transmission circuits
  • Provides isolated conversion between modem and telephone line
  • Have filter function,and passed UK test standard
  • Single DC Resistance :<=50 ohm
  • Insertion loss :1KHz;<1dB
  • Attenuation distortion :200Hz
  • Return loss from phone side <200Hz
  • Input port: UK plug*1
  • Output Jack: US Jack (for modem)*1
  • UK Jack (for phone)*1
  • Dimension: 58*43*23.1 mm; wire length: 100±5mm

We highly recommend that you buy these fully compatible with ADSL / MaxDSL / ADSL2 / ADSL2/2+. These Heavy duty are designed for higher usage and higher bandwidth especially If your ADSL Line is 2MB or above.



A micro filter or ADSL Filter, separates your analogue telephone service from the data signals used on your broadband service, allowing you to use both simultaneously. It will help you get better voice quality. Although our filters may be at a fraction of many other on the market, but this does not mean we compromise on the quality. All our ADSL filters are of very high quality and according to BT specifications. It Meets all SIN346 requirements including "longitudinal balance" test.

Manufactured to exceed the BT SIN 346 v2.2 guidelines for UK micro filters. It offers complete compatibility with BT services such as CLI (Caller ID). Manufactured for maximum compatibility with even the most complex telephone equipment. Fully compatible with DECT cordless phones and PABX systems

How many ADSL filters do I need?
You will need to fit an ADSL filter to every telephone outlet where a telephone is connected. Whilst there is no practical limit to the number of filters that can be connected to a phone line, we recommend a maximum of four filters and that the phone should be connected to a filtered sockets only unless the phones socket has built in filter components. It is possible to attach a ''phone-doubler''adapter to a filter in order to attach two telephone handsets. However it is important to note that not filtering one telephone device will affect other devices and this may stop all the other filters working correctly.
Specfications:
  • Supplied in voice or data transmission circuits
  • Provides isolated conversion between modem and telephone line
  • Have filter function,and passed UK test standard
  • Single DC Resistance :<=50 ohm
  • Insertion loss :1KHz;<1dB
  • Attenuation distortion :200Hz
  • Return loss from phone side <200Hz
  • Input port: UK plug*1
  • Output Jack: US Jack (for modem)*1
  • UK Jack (for phone)*1
  • Dimension: 58*43*23.1 mm; wire length: 100±5mm

We highly recommend that you buy these fully compatible with ADSL / MaxDSL / ADSL2 / ADSL2/2+. These Heavy duty are designed for higher usage and higher bandwidth especially If your ADSL Line is 2MB or above.

  • Supplied in voice or data transmission circuits
  • Provides isolated conversion between modem and telephone line
  • Have filter function,and passed UK test standard
  • Single DC Resistance :<=50 ohm
  • Insertion loss :1KHz;<1dB
  • Attenuation distortion :200Hz
  • Return loss from phone side <200Hz
  • Input port: UK plug*1
  • Output Jack: US Jack (for modem)*1
  • UK Jack (for phone)*1
  • Dimension: 58*43*23.1 mm; wire length: 100±5mm

We highly recommend that you buy these fully compatible with ADSL / MaxDSL / ADSL2 / ADSL2/2+. These Heavy duty are designed for higher usage and higher bandwidth especially If your ADSL Line is 2MB or above.



A micro filter or ADSL Filter, separates your analogue telephone service from the data signals used on your broadband service, allowing you to use both simultaneously. It will help you get better voice quality. Although our filters may be at a fraction of many other on the market, but this does not mean we compromise on the quality. All our ADSL filters are of very high quality and according to BT specifications. It Meets all SIN346 requirements including "longitudinal balance" test.

Manufactured to exceed the BT SIN 346 v2.2 guidelines for UK micro filters. It offers complete compatibility with BT services such as CLI (Caller ID). Manufactured for maximum compatibility with even the most complex telephone equipment. Fully compatible with DECT cordless phones and PABX systems

How many ADSL filters do I need?
You will need to fit an ADSL filter to every telephone outlet where a telephone is connected. Whilst there is no practical limit to the number of filters that can be connected to a phone line, we recommend a maximum of four filters and that the phone should be connected to a filtered sockets only unless the phones socket has built in filter components. It is possible to attach a ''phone-doubler''adapter to a filter in order to attach two telephone handsets. However it is important to note that not filtering one telephone device will affect other devices and this may stop all the other filters working correctly.
Specfications:
  • Supplied in voice or data transmission circuits
  • Provides isolated conversion between modem and telephone line
  • Have filter function,and passed UK test standard
  • Single DC Resistance :<=50 ohm
  • Insertion loss :1KHz;<1dB
  • Attenuation distortion :200Hz
  • Return loss from phone side <200Hz
  • Input port: UK plug*1
  • Output Jack: US Jack (for modem)*1
  • UK Jack (for phone)*1
  • Dimension: 58*43*23.1 mm; wire length: 100±5mm

We highly recommend that you buy these fully compatible with ADSL / MaxDSL / ADSL2 / ADSL2/2+. These Heavy duty are designed for higher usage and higher bandwidth especially If your ADSL Line is 2MB or above.

  • Supplied in voice or data transmission circuits
  • Provides isolated conversion between modem and telephone line
  • Have filter function,and passed UK test standard
  • Single DC Resistance :<=50 ohm
  • Insertion loss :1KHz;<1dB
  • Attenuation distortion :200Hz
  • Return loss from phone side <200Hz
  • Input port: UK plug*1
  • Output Jack: US Jack (for modem)*1
  • UK Jack (for phone)*1
  • Dimension: 58*43*23.1 mm; wire length: 100±5mm

We highly recommend that you buy these fully compatible with ADSL / MaxDSL / ADSL2 / ADSL2/2+. These Heavy duty are designed for higher usage and higher bandwidth especially If your ADSL Line is 2MB or above.



A micro filter or ADSL Filter, separates your analogue telephone service from the data signals used on your broadband service, allowing you to use both simultaneously. It will help you get better voice quality. Although our filters may be at a fraction of many other on the market, but this does not mean we compromise on the quality. All our ADSL filters are of very high quality and according to BT specifications. It Meets all SIN346 requirements including "longitudinal balance" test.

Manufactured to exceed the BT SIN 346 v2.2 guidelines for UK micro filters. It offers complete compatibility with BT services such as CLI (Caller ID). Manufactured for maximum compatibility with even the most complex telephone equipment. Fully compatible with DECT cordless phones and PABX systems

How many ADSL filters do I need?
You will need to fit an ADSL filter to every telephone outlet where a telephone is connected. Whilst there is no practical limit to the number of filters that can be connected to a phone line, we recommend a maximum of four filters and that the phone should be connected to a filtered sockets only unless the phones socket has built in filter components. It is possible to attach a ''phone-doubler''adapter to a filter in order to attach two telephone handsets. However it is important to note that not filtering one telephone device will affect other devices and this may stop all the other filters working correctly.
Specfications:
  • Supplied in voice or data transmission circuits
  • Provides isolated conversion between modem and telephone line
  • Have filter function,and passed UK test standard
  • Single DC Resistance :<=50 ohm
  • Insertion loss :1KHz;<1dB
  • Attenuation distortion :200Hz
  • Return loss from phone side <200Hz
  • Input port: UK plug*1
  • Output Jack: US Jack (for modem)*1
  • UK Jack (for phone)*1
  • Dimension: 58*43*23.1 mm; wire length: 100±5mm

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