The tap device includes an output leg, leading to another tap. Coax taps have varied levels of attenuation, with the highest attenuation device installed first, gradually reducing the chain. Common places for coaxial tap use are schools and business environments, where multiple displays must be fed from a common signal source. Splitters are considered more as a dead-end device, where one signal is divided in different directions. Splitters are usually limited to four outputs to prevent excessive loss. It is important not to stack splitters, since this loss is additive. Here you will find great diversity of coax taps and splitters to improve your coaxial network.
Outdoor taps are used to connect drop cables to a distribution cable in outdoor environments. They are made to withstand the different weather conditions and can be of different sizes. Here you will find 2-way,4-way and 8-way outdoor taps.
Indoor taps are used to connect drop cables to a distribution cable inside the buildings. Compared to the outdoor taps, these ones are smaller. Here you will find 1-way, 2-way, 3-way, 4-way, 8-way, 16-way and 20-way indoor taps.
A coaxial cable splitter is a device that is used in video transmissions and has the purpose to split cables and provide multiple outlets for one signal. Coaxial cable splitters usually come in 2, 3, 4, 6 and 8 way configurations.