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Advantech BB-856-11951

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10/100/1000 Mbps Ethernet Media Converter, LX-SM1310-SC



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Satisfying today’s networking needs while preparing for tomorrow’s cabling requirements can make designing and installing the physical layer of networks a daunting task. The decreasing cost of fiber optic cabling and switching equipment makes all-optical LANs the obvious choice when future-proofing network equipment. Replacing legacy equipment and wiring infrastructure is a costly choice. Managed media conversion allows implementation of new technologies on existing networks, while monitoring all connections, to keep networks running and up-to-date.

B+B SmartWorx offers a wide range of SNMP-managed Ethernet copper to fiber media converters, with a choice of fixed rate or rate conversion capabilities. The “iMcV-“ modules also include troubleshooting features and LEDs to assist in network diagnostics as well as make isolating cable breaks easier. The iMcV-Giga-MediaLinX features Link Fault Pass-Through. In addition, support for Config Control, included only on the SFP model, is available if using SNMP management.

All converters feature an RJ-45 copper port and a fiber port, with a choice of SC or SFP connectors, and are hot-swappable. An SFP-form factor is also available, providing more flexibility. Rate converters employ Auto Negotiation functionality on the twisted pair port for plug-and-play operation, or they can be manually configured for the desired speed and duplex mode.





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