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ATW-49SP

Active Antenna Splitter Kit


U.S. Two-Year Limited End-User Warranty

*Manufacturer's Suggested Retail Price. Actual selling price may vary; please check with an authorized Audio-Technica dealer.



  • Overview
  • Features
  • Downloads
  • Reviews
  • Q & A

  • Overview

    The Audio-Technica ATW-49SP Active Antenna Splitter Kit includes two Active Antenna Splitters designed for use with Audio-Technica 5000, 4000, 3000 and 2000 Series UHF wireless receivers and ATW-A49 LPDA antennas. Each Active Antenna Splitter is a broadband device (frequency range from 440 to 900 MHz) that splits an incoming RF signal into two identical outgoing RF signals. One set of Active Antenna Splitters enables one set of antennas to feed wireless receivers of different frequency bands.

  • Features

    • Each kit includes:
      two one-input, two-output Active Antenna Splitters;
      four 18 BNC-to-BNC RG 58 coaxial antenna cables;
      two BNC-to-BNC barrel adapters

    • One set of Active Antenna Splitters enables one set of antennas to feed wireless receivers of different frequency bands

    • Each Active Antenna Splitter is a broadband device (440 to 900 MHz) that splits an incoming RF signal into two identical outgoing RF signals

    • The Active Antenna Splitter provides unity gain: there is no RF signal loss from the original antenna signal

    • Designed for use with Audio-Technica 5000, 4000, 3000 and 2000 Series UHF wireless receivers and ATW-A49 LPDA antennas

    • Also suitable for use with a variety of other receivers and antennas
  • Downloads

    ATW-49SP Manual (pdf 160.15 KB)
    ATW-49SP Submittal Sheet (pdf 133.20 KB)
  • Reviews

  • Q & A

    Can you connect the ATW-49SP kit to a set of receivers that both provide the 12 VDC power to the splitter? I can't turn off antenna power on either receiver.

    Dave

    That is fine and will not damage the splitter.

    ATUS_Specialist3

    Hello, I have two 2000 series receivers side-by-side. How do I connect both to my ATW-A49? Thanks in advance.

    MIke

    If you have a newer model of the 2000 Series, you could use the ATW-49SP to run to your (2) ATW-A49 antennas. However, if you have the older version of the 2000 Series receiver, you could NOT do this. If you are not sure which version of the receiver you have, contact Audio-Solutions at (330)-686-2600 ext. 5000

    ATUS_Specialist4

    Can these splitters be used to split the signals from two ATW-A3D antennas to two ATW-R2100 receivers?

    Jason

    They cannot. The (1st Generation) ATW-R2100 model Receiver does not have 12V DC Antenna Power which the ATW-49SP Splitter Kit requires to operate. The current generation ATW-R2100a model Receiver does.

    ATUS_Specialist1