Match cable types with this easy, affordable media solution; extends distances up to 2 km (1.24 miles)!
• Convert copper to fiber for runs up to 1.2 miles inside or outside • Perfect for use in installations where fiber is already installed • Cheaper alternative to running copper over the same distance
(1) ST Female
(1) RJ-45 Female
Ensures smooth implementation or easy expansion of a fast ethernet network. The converter is completely transparent, so the network performs exactly as it did before. Yet it now provides for the coexistence of both copper and fiber media, and allows the installation of fiber cabling anywhere within the network topology by connecting to existing devices. Its compact modular design facilitates space-saving deployment in a narrow desktop location. Comes with an external power supply.
• Complies with IEEE802.3 (10Base-T), IEEE802.3u (100Base-TX/FX) • Extends distances ranging up to 2 km (1.24 miles) • Nway auto-negotiation support on RJ45 port • Auto-negotiation of duplex (HDX/FDX) on RJ45 port • Auto MDI/MDI-X support on RJ45 port • Status LEDs for TX, FX LINK/ACT, POWER, 100M to easily monitor network status • FCC Class A <(>&<)> CE approved
• One media converter • Power supply
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Questions & Answers
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Does it only need one fiber connection or two? The photos show two connectors. The description says one.
Asked by: Anonymous
This will require 1 ST Multi-Mode Fiber cable.
Answered by: Tom
Date published: 2017-10-05
I have a multimode fiber that is daisy chained from a network closet to a Talk a phone in a parking lot and then daisy chained on to 2 other talk a phones that require and Ethernet connection. What type of convertor can I use to make the transition to ...
I have a multimode fiber that is daisy chained from a network closet to a Talk a phone in a parking lot and then daisy chained on to 2 other talk a phones that require and Ethernet connection. What type of convertor can I use to make the transition to copper Ethernet at each location. Two of the pieces of equipment will have a fiber coming in and then leaving to the next location.
Asked by: Kevin
Our Media Converters will convert in either direction.