A power inserter is used to back feed power to the distribution amplifier through one of the RF output ports. This allows the distribution amplifier to be mounted at a location where power is not available. The output port that is used to back feed power is usually marked as RF Out/DC In or something similar. It is important that if the power inserter is used that it is installed correctly. The power inserter has markings on the label to show the correct way to connect the cables. The side marked “To Amp” should never be connected to the TV. This port will have 12VDC on it, and it is possible that older TVs can be damaged by that voltage. Newer TVs should be protected, but not all may be protected.
• Compatible with: CM3410, CM3412, CM3414, CM3418, CM7777, CM7778, and CM3000A
• Frequencies Pass: 5 - 1002 MHz
• Voltage: 24V