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DX Engineering Lan Filters

N1JS
N1JS Steve . . . N1JSMember ✭✭
edited April 6 in Networking

So I have a couple of the DXE-ISO-Plus lan filters kicking around. I opened one of them up tonight and there is absolutly NOTHING inside them. It is 2 RJ45's mounted on a PCB in a plastic case. Maybe the case is impregnated with ferrite to get rid of the noise??



Comments

  • KD0RC
    KD0RC Broomfield, COMember, Super Elmer Moderator

    I think the jacks have the filtering inductors and isolation transformers in them:


  • Mike Steventon
    Mike Steventon Member ✭✭✭

    I have these in pairs in all my LAN feeds. Before I was picking up stray fr that was affecting my computer, and even knocking out the internet at home, even though I have a good set of CMC’s in my antenna feeders. After fitting them all my problems relating to this simply disappeared. Very pleased.

    They are expensive, and quite possibly conversion to Fibre lines would have been cheaper. Either way, one has to note that they are not suitable for Poe, as no dc can pass through them. For my bucks, I give them 10 out of 10.

    Thank you for cutting one up. It is nice to see inside of one. I did a google search and quickly found the item KD0RC identified. Very interesting. The other RJ45 I suspect is just a standard socket as a means to connect up.

    Mike.

  • Mike Steventon
    Mike Steventon Member ✭✭✭

    For fr, read rf! Radio Frequency!!

  • Johan SE3X
    Johan SE3X Member ✭✭✭
    edited April 7

    Guess my eyes are getting sour with age ;) Having difficulties reading the parts no. Any chanse you could post no from both RJ-45 jacks? Possibly a link to the supplier? Tnx in advance

    Johan

  • HSN
    HSN Member
    Hi @"Johan SE3X" these are sold by DX Engineering.

    https://www.dxengineering.com/parts/dxe-iso-plus-2 (2 Pack)

    https://www.dxengineering.com/parts/dxe-iso-plus-10 (10 Pack)

    DXE-ISO-Plus is the main model number

    73
    Hari

    6600|PGXL|TGXL
  • Johan SE3X
    Johan SE3X Member ✭✭✭

    Tnx Hari!

  • Johan SE3X
    Johan SE3X Member ✭✭✭
    edited May 5

    Sri Hari, but I think you misunderstood me. I didn't mean the finished product from DXE. I ment part no for the two RJ-45 jacks used. There are parts no on them on the picture.

    I would like to homebrew my own version. I can't buy from the US and DXE. It adds customs, VAT and handling coast and the handling could take up to 3-4 weeks.

  • KD0RC
    KD0RC Broomfield, COMember, Super Elmer Moderator

    Hi Johan, the part numbers are in the picture above:

    Hard to read, but I think it is HFJ11 - 1G46E 165 1RL

  • Johan SE3X
    Johan SE3X Member ✭✭✭

    Tnx Len! I think I read the same. Time to try to find them over here.

  • Johan SE3X
    Johan SE3X Member ✭✭✭


  • HSN
    HSN Member
    Hi Johan,

    I am so sorry - I thought you were asking about the DXE link. Ursakta besvaret

    You can find the data sheet at https://www.haloelectronics.com/pdf/fastjack-gigabit.pdf

    Manufacturer website - https://www.haloelectronics.com

    73
    Hari

    > @"Johan SE3X" said:
    > Sri Hari, but I think you misunderstood me. I didn't mean the finished product from DXE. I ment part no for the two RJ-45 jacks used. There are parts no on them on the picture.
    > I would like to homebrew my own version. I can't buy from the US and DXE. It adds customs, VAT and handling coast and the handling could take up to 3-4 weeks.
  • Mr Radio
    Mr Radio Member ✭✭

    Is seems that Mauser in Europe has this part

    https://eu.mouser.com/datasheet/2/447/HX5019FNL-2904963.pdf

    Tom

  • Johan SE3X
    Johan SE3X Member ✭✭✭

    Thank you for your support guys. I’ll appreciera it.

    Johan

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