High-Density Media Converter System II, Fiber Mode Conversion/Repeater Modules, 1250 Mbps (OC-12 ATM), Multimode, 850-nm to Single-Mode, 1310-nm, 2 km Multimode/10 km Single-Mode, SC/SC
- Work with High-Density Media Converter System II Chassis.
- Convert multimode to single-mode fibereven single-strand fiberfor adding distance to your 1250-Mbps applications.
The High-Density Media Converter System II, Fiber Mode-Conversion Modules, 1250-Mbps belong to a large family of modular media converter and communications options that provide an exceptional range of choices for your managed enterprise network. The High-Density Media Converter System II is particularly well suited for network-extension applications, offering a wide range of hot-swappable media converter modules for network extension over fiber. Additionally, the system offers a range of modules such as T1/E1, VDSL, and ATM that are not usually available with chassis-based media converter systems.
This system can adapt to even the most demanding network configurations. All media converter modules are hot-swappableyou never need to power down a chassis to change a module.
The protocol-independent mode-conversion modules featured here convert multimode to single-mode fiber. Use them to add extra distanceup to 70 kilometers (43.4 mi.)to your fiber infrastructure. Or use them for migrating from a multimode fiber infrastructure to single-mode one. To get more use out of your existing fibers, order the single-strand modules (must be used in matching pairs). They use Wave-Division Multiplexing (WDM) technology to transmit two signals simultaneously at different wavelengths in the same fiber.
All of the modules support up to 1250 Mbps for Gigabit Ethernet or OC-12 ATM, which make them ideal for extending 1000-Mbps runs between buildingsand farther.
All modules also include FiberAlert to notify you of ?silent failures? and help you troubleshoot problems. No more time wasted searching for them! You can check a link by observing the status of the mode converter's Link LED.
The FiberAlert function informs you when a fault occurs on one fiber strand and the link can't carry bidirectional communications between two fiber devices. With FiberAlert, the link status of one end is mirrored at the opposite end. If a strand isn't available, and you have FiberAlert enabled, the receiver end device notes the loss of the link and stops transmitting data until it receives a signal or link pulse. This means that the link status can be seen at both ends through the respective Link LEDs, thus helping you to identify and isolate faults anywhere in the fiber loop. FiberAlert works even if the fiber devices are separated by great distances.