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n Fast and easy installation
n Service interoperability and compatibility
with most existing NIDs
n Saves space by only occupying a single
position in standard NIDs
This series is currently available but
not recommended for new designs.
3617-01 Series DSL Splitter with Integrated Balance-Unbalance Adapter
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Bourns® Model 3617-01 Balanced-Unbalanced (BalUn) adapter combines the filtering of the 3610A2 ADSL2+ / VDSL2 POTS splitter
with the impedance-matching features of the 3670-01 BalUn. The high-quality 3617-01 BalUn / Splitter Combo is designed to fit most
industry-standard Network Interface Devices (NIDs) that utilize post mount features.
The splitter circuit is optimized for high bit-rate video over ADSL2+ / VDSL2 applications. The products are ANSI T1.413 compliant and
meet the requirements of ITU G.992.3 and G.992.5 and can be used with ADSL, ADSL2+, VDSL and VDSL2. The POTS splitter circuit
accepts the incoming combined voice & data service, filters off the voice (POTS) channel and provides a connection point to the impedance matching circuit. In the event of power loss, the passive filter design allows for lifeline POTS service.
The impedance matching circuit (BalUn) is designed to extend reach / reduce loss on ADSL2+ and VDSL2 applications where
conversion from twisted pair to coaxial cabling is required. The 3617-01 is configured with twisted pair leads for connection to the
station protector, Insulation Displacement Connectors (IDCs) for connection of the twisted pair home run and an “F” coax connector for
connection to home coax cable.
Characteristics
Twisted Wire Port Impedance ............................................................................................................... 100 Ω
Coax Port Impedance............................................................................................................................. 75 Ω
Withstand Voltage.................................................................................................................................. DC 33 V, 2 sec (Ico=10 mA)
Insulation Resistance............................................................................................................................. >10 MΩ (DC 250 V)
Insertion Loss (Typical).......................................................................................................................... 0.55 dB @25 kHz
0.13 dB @138 kHz
0.22 dB @3.75 MHz
0.28 dB @5.8 MHz
0.35 dB @8.5 MHz
Return Loss (Typical)............................................................................................................................. 7.83 dB @25 kHz
21.47 dB @138 kHz
29.49 dB @3.75 MHz
32.13 dB @5.8 MHz
31.92 dB @8.5 MHz
DC Loop Current.................................................................................................................................... 0-100 mA
DC Loop Voltage.................................................................................................................................... 0 to -60 V
DC Resistance....................................................................................................................................... ≤25 ohms
Insertion Loss (Voice Band)................................................................................................................... <1.0 dB
Attenuation Distortion (Voice Band)....................................................................................................... < ±0.5 dB
Delay Distortion (Voice Band)................................................................................................................ <200 μs
Return Loss (Voice Band)...................................................................................................................... 8 dB ERL; 5 dB SRL-Low;
5 dB SRL-High
Longitudinal Balance, Two Port Technique, POTS to Line Port (U-R); Line Port to POTS.................... >58 dB @ 0.2 to 1 kHz
>53 dB @ 3 kHz
ADSL Band Attenuation.......................................................................................................................... >65 dB @ 30 kHz - 300 kHz
>55 dB @ 301 kHz - 20 MHz
Tip to Ring Capacitance (POTS Port).................................................................................................... <115 nF
Input Impedance (Loading the ADSL Band)........................................................................................... <0.25 dB 30 kHz - 30 MHz
Storage and Operating Temperature...................................................................................................... -55 to +85 °C
How To Order
Stud Mount............................................................................................................................................. Part #3617-01
50 units per carton
*RoHS Directive 2002/95/EC Jan. 27, 2003 including annex and RoHS Recast 2011/65/EU June 8, 2011.
Specifications are subject to change without notice.
The device characteristics and parameters in this data sheet can and do vary in different applications and actual device performance may vary over time.
Users should verify actual device performance in their specific applications.
3617-01 Series DSL Splitter with Integrated Balance-Unbalance Adapter
Product Dimensions
45.47
(1.79)
39.62
(1.56)
16.26
(0.64)
51.05
(2.01)
60.96
(2.4)
DIMENSIONS:
MILLIMETERS
(INCHES)
Installation Diagrams
Wiring Diagram
Installation of Station Protector and
Model 3617-01 on a Common
Mounting Stud
2377 IDC PROTECTOR
BALUN /
SPLITTER
85122-T-IDC
PROTECTOR
BINDING POST
3617-01
BALUN / SPLITTER
BUS
POTS
TO DIPLEXER
AND/OR
SET TOP BOX
BEFORE
FROM C.O.
BALUN /
SPLITTER
MOUNTING
POST
PROTECTOR
Asia-Pacific: Tel: +886-2 2562-4117 • Fax: +886-2 2562-4116
EMEA: Tel: +36 88 520 390 • Fax: +36 88 520 211
The Americas: Tel: +1-951 781-5500 • Fax: +1-951 781-5700
www.bourns.com
REV. D 01/16
Specifications are subject to change without notice.
The device characteristics and parameters in this data sheet can and do vary in different applications and actual device performance may vary over time.
Users should verify actual device performance in their specific applications.
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