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Fiber & PoE Converters, Injectors, Extenders

Advantech's fiber & PoE converters, injectors, extenders are designed to provide network operators with the most compact, reliable and cost-effective solution for connecting intelligent devices into existing networks and equipment. Our managed and unmanaged models feature duplex or single fiber, PoE, and FTTX mode converters.

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  • Miniature 10/100 Mbps Copper to Fiber Media Converters

    The MiniMc LFPT family is one of the industry’s smallest media converters measuring only 3.5 x 2 inches and offers Link Fault Pass Through (LFPT) for ease of troubleshooting fault conditions. Copper distances can be extended 2 km to 80 km with DIN Rail or rack mount bracket mounting options.

    • EKI-2541ML

      The EKI-2541ML/2541SL is designed to convert Ethernet networks to fiber networks by transparently converting Ethernet signals to optic signals. The advantages of fiber optics are wide bandwidth, EMI immunity and long-distance transmissions.Therefore, the EKI-2541ML/2541SL is an ideal solution for “fiber to building” applications at central offices or local sites. EKI-2541ML/2541SL supports MDI/MDIX auto detection, so users don’t need to use crossover wires. Furthermore, the EKI-2541ML/SL can work properly from 0 to 50°C and also is the most cost-effective solution for fiber optic media converter.
    • EKI-2541SL

      The EKI-2541ML/2541SL is designed to convert Ethernet networks to fiber networks by transparently converting Ethernet signals to optic signals. The advantages of fiber optics are wide bandwidth, EMI immunity and long-distance transmissions.Therefore, the EKI-2541ML/2541SL is an ideal solution for “fiber to building” applications at central offices or local sites. EKI-2541ML/2541SL supports MDI/MDIX auto detection, so users don’t need to use crossover wires. Furthermore, the EKI-2541ML/SL can work properly from 0 to 50°C and also is the most cost-effective solution for fiber optic media converter
    • BB-855-10934

      The IMC-450 and 470 series are standalone media converters with an optional internal power security device that make the connection between copper and fiber cables. It can be installed anywhere a network connection is required. In addition, these media converters feature in automatic link restoration. They also increase the scalability of a network by providing rate conversion ,distance extension and multiple types of fixed fiber connectors or open slots for small form-factor pluggable (SFP) connection. The IMC-450 and 470 support troubleshooting features such as LinkLoss and Fiber Alert which can be enabled/disabled by DIP switches. The diagnostic features allow the network administrator to quickly identify network faults. The IMC-470 series provides two 10/100/1000Mbps copper UTP ports and one fiber port, that is available in an SFP form factor, as well as for fixed-fiber in single-mode and multi-mode. The Link Fault Pass Through (LFPT) functionality allows network operators to determine a fault condition on the interfaces.
    • BB-855-10932

      The IMC-450 and 470 series are standalone media converters with an optional internal power security device that make the connection between copper and fiber cables. It can be installed anywhere a network connection is required. In addition, these media converters feature in automatic link restoration. They also increase the scalability of a network by providing rate conversion ,distance extension and multiple types of fixed fiber connectors or open slots for small form-factor pluggable (SFP) connection. The IMC-450 and 470 support troubleshooting features such as LinkLoss and Fiber Alert which can be enabled/disabled by DIP switches. The diagnostic features allow the network administrator to quickly identify network faults. The IMC-470 series provides two 10/100/1000Mbps copper UTP ports and one fiber port, that is available in an SFP form factor, as well as for fixed-fiber in single-mode and multi-mode. The Link Fault Pass Through (LFPT) functionality allows network operators to determine a fault condition on the interfaces.
    • BB-855-10931

      The IMC-450 and 470 series are standalone media converters with an optional internal power security device that make the connection between copper and fiber cables. It can be installed anywhere a network connection is required. In addition, these media converters feature in automatic link restoration. They also increase the scalability of a network by providing rate conversion ,distance extension and multiple types of fixed fiber connectors or open slots for small form-factor pluggable (SFP) connection. The IMC-450 and 470 support troubleshooting features such as LinkLoss and Fiber Alert which can be enabled/disabled by DIP switches. The diagnostic features allow the network administrator to quickly identify network faults. The IMC-470 series provides two 10/100/1000Mbps copper UTP ports and one fiber port, that is available in an SFP form factor, as well as for fixed-fiber in single-mode and multi-mode. The Link Fault Pass Through (LFPT) functionality allows network operators to determine a fault condition on the interfaces.
    • BB-855-10930

      The IMC-450 and 470 series are standalone media converters with an optional internal power security device that make the connection between copper and fiber cables. It can be installed anywhere a network connection is required. In addition, these media converters feature in automatic link restoration. They also increase the scalability of a network by providing rate conversion ,distance extension and multiple types of fixed fiber connectors or open slots for small form-factor pluggable (SFP) connection. The IMC-450 and 470 support troubleshooting features such as LinkLoss and Fiber Alert which can be enabled/disabled by DIP switches. The diagnostic features allow the network administrator to quickly identify network faults. The IMC-470 series provides two 10/100/1000Mbps copper UTP ports and one fiber port, that is available in an SFP form factor, as well as for fixed-fiber in single-mode and multi-mode. The Link Fault Pass Through (LFPT) functionality allows network operators to determine a fault condition on the interfaces.
    • BB-855-10929

      The IMC-450 and 470 series are standalone media converters with an optional internal power security device that make the connection between copper and fiber cables. It can be installed anywhere a network connection is required. In addition, these media converters feature in automatic link restoration. They also increase the scalability of a network by providing rate conversion ,distance extension and multiple types of fixed fiber connectors or open slots for small form-factor pluggable (SFP) connection. The IMC-450 and 470 support troubleshooting features such as LinkLoss and Fiber Alert which can be enabled/disabled by DIP switches. The diagnostic features allow the network administrator to quickly identify network faults. The IMC-470 series provides two 10/100/1000Mbps copper UTP ports and one fiber port, that is available in an SFP form factor, as well as for fixed-fiber in single-mode and multi-mode. The Link Fault Pass Through (LFPT) functionality allows network operators to determine a fault condition on the interfaces.
    • BB-855-10928

      McBasic, TX/FX-MM1300-SC
    • BB-855-10927

      McBasic, TX/FX-MM1300-ST
    • BB-855-19753

      The IMC-350 series is the most compact media converters. They can extend the 10 and 100Mbps twisted-pair network segments up to 80km over fiber technology. Supporting both 10/100 auto negotiation on the copper port and also 100Mbps full-duplex on the fiber port, the IMC-350 series serves as media and data rate converter. With a variety of model types in terms of its play-n-plug feature and multiple powering options, the IMC-350 series is easy and convenient for any applications. The IMC-350I series is in industrial grade and can operate in wide temperature. The multiple powering options including IEEE802.3af Power-over-Ethernet standard allow IMC-250I series to function as a power device. Its AC adapter and USB connectivity offer an unsurpassed flexibility for a variety of installation needs. The IMC-350-SFP supports Link Fault Pass Through (LFPT) functionality. LFPT is a troubleshooting feature that combines TX LinkLoss (Twisted Pair, copper interface) and FX LinkLoss (Fiber, fiber interface) from both the local and remote IMC Networks media converters, when used in pairs.  This feature, when enabled, will pass a link fault through the device at each segment.  If a link fails on one interface of the media converter, the media converter will force the link down on its link partner and then forward it to the next interface.
    • BB-855-19752

      The IMC-350 series is the most compact media converters. They can extend the 10 and 100Mbps twisted-pair network segments up to 80km over fiber technology. Supporting both 10/100 auto negotiation on the copper port and also 100Mbps full-duplex on the fiber port, the IMC-350 series serves as media and data rate converter. With a variety of model types in terms of its play-n-plug feature and multiple powering options, the IMC-350 series is easy and convenient for any applications. The IMC-350I series is in industrial grade and can operate in wide temperature. The multiple powering options including IEEE802.3af Power-over-Ethernet standard allow IMC-250I series to function as a power device. Its AC adapter and USB connectivity offer an unsurpassed flexibility for a variety of installation needs. The IMC-350-SFP supports Link Fault Pass Through (LFPT) functionality. LFPT is a troubleshooting feature that combines TX LinkLoss (Twisted Pair, copper interface) and FX LinkLoss (Fiber, fiber interface) from both the local and remote IMC Networks media converters, when used in pairs.  This feature, when enabled, will pass a link fault through the device at each segment.  If a link fails on one interface of the media converter, the media converter will force the link down on its link partner and then forward it to the next interface.
    • BB-855-19730

      The IMC-350 series is the most compact media converters. They can extend the 10 and 100Mbps twisted-pair network segments up to 80km over fiber technology. Supporting both 10/100 auto negotiation on the copper port and also 100Mbps full-duplex on the fiber port, the IMC-350 series serves as media and data rate converter. With a variety of model types in terms of its play-n-plug feature and multiple powering options, the IMC-350 series is easy and convenient for any applications. The IMC-350I series is in industrial grade and can operate in wide temperature. The multiple powering options including IEEE802.3af Power-over-Ethernet standard allow IMC-250I series to function as a power device. Its AC adapter and USB connectivity offer an unsurpassed flexibility for a variety of installation needs. The IMC-350-SFP supports Link Fault Pass Through (LFPT) functionality. LFPT is a troubleshooting feature that combines TX LinkLoss (Twisted Pair, copper interface) and FX LinkLoss (Fiber, fiber interface) from both the local and remote IMC Networks media converters, when used in pairs.  This feature, when enabled, will pass a link fault through the device at each segment.  If a link fails on one interface of the media converter, the media converter will force the link down on its link partner and then forward it to the next interface.
    • BB-855-19725

      The IMC-350 series is the most compact media converters. They can extend the 10 and 100Mbps twisted-pair network segments up to 80km over fiber technology. Supporting both 10/100 auto negotiation on the copper port and also 100Mbps full-duplex on the fiber port, the IMC-350 series serves as media and data rate converter. With a variety of model types in terms of its play-n-plug feature and multiple powering options, the IMC-350 series is easy and convenient for any applications. The IMC-350I series is in industrial grade and can operate in wide temperature. The multiple powering options including IEEE802.3af Power-over-Ethernet standard allow IMC-250I series to function as a power device. Its AC adapter and USB connectivity offer an unsurpassed flexibility for a variety of installation needs. The IMC-350-SFP supports Link Fault Pass Through (LFPT) functionality. LFPT is a troubleshooting feature that combines TX LinkLoss (Twisted Pair, copper interface) and FX LinkLoss (Fiber, fiber interface) from both the local and remote IMC Networks media converters, when used in pairs.  This feature, when enabled, will pass a link fault through the device at each segment.  If a link fails on one interface of the media converter, the media converter will force the link down on its link partner and then forward it to the next interface.
    • BB-855-19724

      The IMC-350 series is the most compact media converters. They can extend the 10 and 100Mbps twisted-pair network segments up to 80km over fiber technology. Supporting both 10/100 auto negotiation on the copper port and also 100Mbps full-duplex on the fiber port, the IMC-350 series serves as media and data rate converter. With a variety of model types in terms of its play-n-plug feature and multiple powering options, the IMC-350 series is easy and convenient for any applications. The IMC-350I series is in industrial grade and can operate in wide temperature. The multiple powering options including IEEE802.3af Power-over-Ethernet standard allow IMC-250I series to function as a power device. Its AC adapter and USB connectivity offer an unsurpassed flexibility for a variety of installation needs. The IMC-350-SFP supports Link Fault Pass Through (LFPT) functionality. LFPT is a troubleshooting feature that combines TX LinkLoss (Twisted Pair, copper interface) and FX LinkLoss (Fiber, fiber interface) from both the local and remote IMC Networks media converters, when used in pairs.  This feature, when enabled, will pass a link fault through the device at each segment.  If a link fails on one interface of the media converter, the media converter will force the link down on its link partner and then forward it to the next interface.
    • BB-855-19723

      The IMC-350 series is the most compact media converters. They can extend the 10 and 100Mbps twisted-pair network segments up to 80km over fiber technology. Supporting both 10/100 auto negotiation on the copper port and also 100Mbps full-duplex on the fiber port, the IMC-350 series serves as media and data rate converter. With a variety of model types in terms of its play-n-plug feature and multiple powering options, the IMC-350 series is easy and convenient for any applications. The IMC-350I series is in industrial grade and can operate in wide temperature. The multiple powering options including IEEE802.3af Power-over-Ethernet standard allow IMC-250I series to function as a power device. Its AC adapter and USB connectivity offer an unsurpassed flexibility for a variety of installation needs. The IMC-350-SFP supports Link Fault Pass Through (LFPT) functionality. LFPT is a troubleshooting feature that combines TX LinkLoss (Twisted Pair, copper interface) and FX LinkLoss (Fiber, fiber interface) from both the local and remote IMC Networks media converters, when used in pairs.  This feature, when enabled, will pass a link fault through the device at each segment.  If a link fails on one interface of the media converter, the media converter will force the link down on its link partner and then forward it to the next interface.
    • BB-855-19722

      The IMC-350 series is the most compact media converters. They can extend the 10 and 100Mbps twisted-pair network segments up to 80km over fiber technology. Supporting both 10/100 auto negotiation on the copper port and also 100Mbps full-duplex on the fiber port, the IMC-350 series serves as media and data rate converter. With a variety of model types in terms of its play-n-plug feature and multiple powering options, the IMC-350 series is easy and convenient for any applications. The IMC-350I series is in industrial grade and can operate in wide temperature. The multiple powering options including IEEE802.3af Power-over-Ethernet standard allow IMC-250I series to function as a power device. Its AC adapter and USB connectivity offer an unsurpassed flexibility for a variety of installation needs. The IMC-350-SFP supports Link Fault Pass Through (LFPT) functionality. LFPT is a troubleshooting feature that combines TX LinkLoss (Twisted Pair, copper interface) and FX LinkLoss (Fiber, fiber interface) from both the local and remote IMC Networks media converters, when used in pairs.  This feature, when enabled, will pass a link fault through the device at each segment.  If a link fails on one interface of the media converter, the media converter will force the link down on its link partner and then forward it to the next interface.
    • BB-855-19721

      The IMC-350 series is the most compact media converters. They can extend the 10 and 100Mbps twisted-pair network segments up to 80km over fiber technology. Supporting both 10/100 auto negotiation on the copper port and also 100Mbps full-duplex on the fiber port, the IMC-350 series serves as media and data rate converter. With a variety of model types in terms of its play-n-plug feature and multiple powering options, the IMC-350 series is easy and convenient for any applications. The IMC-350I series is in industrial grade and can operate in wide temperature. The multiple powering options including IEEE802.3af Power-over-Ethernet standard allow IMC-250I series to function as a power device. Its AC adapter and USB connectivity offer an unsurpassed flexibility for a variety of installation needs. The IMC-350-SFP supports Link Fault Pass Through (LFPT) functionality. LFPT is a troubleshooting feature that combines TX LinkLoss (Twisted Pair, copper interface) and FX LinkLoss (Fiber, fiber interface) from both the local and remote IMC Networks media converters, when used in pairs.  This feature, when enabled, will pass a link fault through the device at each segment.  If a link fails on one interface of the media converter, the media converter will force the link down on its link partner and then forward it to the next interface.
    • BB-855-19720

      The IMC-350 series is the most compact media converters. They can extend the 10 and 100Mbps twisted-pair network segments up to 80km over fiber technology. Supporting both 10/100 auto negotiation on the copper port and also 100Mbps full-duplex on the fiber port, the IMC-350 series serves as media and data rate converter. With a variety of model types in terms of its play-n-plug feature and multiple powering options, the IMC-350 series is easy and convenient for any applications. The IMC-350I series is in industrial grade and can operate in wide temperature. The multiple powering options including IEEE802.3af Power-over-Ethernet standard allow IMC-250I series to function as a power device. Its AC adapter and USB connectivity offer an unsurpassed flexibility for a variety of installation needs. The IMC-350-SFP supports Link Fault Pass Through (LFPT) functionality. LFPT is a troubleshooting feature that combines TX LinkLoss (Twisted Pair, copper interface) and FX LinkLoss (Fiber, fiber interface) from both the local and remote IMC Networks media converters, when used in pairs.  This feature, when enabled, will pass a link fault through the device at each segment.  If a link fails on one interface of the media converter, the media converter will force the link down on its link partner and then forward it to the next interface.
    • BB-855-10653

      The IMC-350 series is the most compact media converters. They can extend the 10 and 100Mbps twisted-pair network segments up to 80km over fiber technology. Supporting both 10/100 auto negotiation on the copper port and also 100Mbps full-duplex on the fiber port, the IMC-350 series serves as media and data rate converter. With a variety of model types in terms of its play-n-plug feature and multiple powering options, the IMC-350 series is easy and convenient for any applications. The IMC-350I series is in industrial grade and can operate in wide temperature. The multiple powering options including IEEE802.3af Power-over-Ethernet standard allow IMC-250I series to function as a power device. Its AC adapter and USB connectivity offer an unsurpassed flexibility for a variety of installation needs. The IMC-350-SFP supports Link Fault Pass Through (LFPT) functionality. LFPT is a troubleshooting feature that combines TX LinkLoss (Twisted Pair, copper interface) and FX LinkLoss (Fiber, fiber interface) from both the local and remote IMC Networks media converters, when used in pairs.  This feature, when enabled, will pass a link fault through the device at each segment.  If a link fails on one interface of the media converter, the media converter will force the link down on its link partner and then forward it to the next interface.
    • BB-855-10652

      The IMC-350 series is the most compact media converters. They can extend the 10 and 100Mbps twisted-pair network segments up to 80km over fiber technology. Supporting both 10/100 auto negotiation on the copper port and also 100Mbps full-duplex on the fiber port, the IMC-350 series serves as media and data rate converter. With a variety of model types in terms of its play-n-plug feature and multiple powering options, the IMC-350 series is easy and convenient for any applications. The IMC-350I series is in industrial grade and can operate in wide temperature. The multiple powering options including IEEE802.3af Power-over-Ethernet standard allow IMC-250I series to function as a power device. Its AC adapter and USB connectivity offer an unsurpassed flexibility for a variety of installation needs. The IMC-350-SFP supports Link Fault Pass Through (LFPT) functionality. LFPT is a troubleshooting feature that combines TX LinkLoss (Twisted Pair, copper interface) and FX LinkLoss (Fiber, fiber interface) from both the local and remote IMC Networks media converters, when used in pairs.  This feature, when enabled, will pass a link fault through the device at each segment.  If a link fails on one interface of the media converter, the media converter will force the link down on its link partner and then forward it to the next interface.
    • BB-855-10651

      The IMC-350 series is the most compact media converters. They can extend the 10 and 100Mbps twisted-pair network segments up to 80km over fiber technology. Supporting both 10/100 auto negotiation on the copper port and also 100Mbps full-duplex on the fiber port, the IMC-350 series serves as media and data rate converter. With a variety of model types in terms of its play-n-plug feature and multiple powering options, the IMC-350 series is easy and convenient for any applications. The IMC-350I series is in industrial grade and can operate in wide temperature. The multiple powering options including IEEE802.3af Power-over-Ethernet standard allow IMC-250I series to function as a power device. Its AC adapter and USB connectivity offer an unsurpassed flexibility for a variety of installation needs. The IMC-350-SFP supports Link Fault Pass Through (LFPT) functionality. LFPT is a troubleshooting feature that combines TX LinkLoss (Twisted Pair, copper interface) and FX LinkLoss (Fiber, fiber interface) from both the local and remote IMC Networks media converters, when used in pairs.  This feature, when enabled, will pass a link fault through the device at each segment.  If a link fails on one interface of the media converter, the media converter will force the link down on its link partner and then forward it to the next interface.
    • BB-855-10650

      The IMC-350 series is the most compact media converters. They can extend the 10 and 100Mbps twisted-pair network segments up to 80km over fiber technology. Supporting both 10/100 auto negotiation on the copper port and also 100Mbps full-duplex on the fiber port, the IMC-350 series serves as media and data rate converter. With a variety of model types in terms of its play-n-plug feature and multiple powering options, the IMC-350 series is easy and convenient for any applications. The IMC-350I series is in industrial grade and can operate in wide temperature. The multiple powering options including IEEE802.3af Power-over-Ethernet standard allow IMC-250I series to function as a power device. Its AC adapter and USB connectivity offer an unsurpassed flexibility for a variety of installation needs. The IMC-350-SFP supports Link Fault Pass Through (LFPT) functionality. LFPT is a troubleshooting feature that combines TX LinkLoss (Twisted Pair, copper interface) and FX LinkLoss (Fiber, fiber interface) from both the local and remote IMC Networks media converters, when used in pairs.  This feature, when enabled, will pass a link fault through the device at each segment.  If a link fails on one interface of the media converter, the media converter will force the link down on its link partner and then forward it to the next interface.
    • BB-855-10627

      The IMC-350 series is the most compact media converters. They can extend the 10 and 100Mbps twisted-pair network segments up to 80km over fiber technology. Supporting both 10/100 auto negotiation on the copper port and also 100Mbps full-duplex on the fiber port, the IMC-350 series serves as media and data rate converter. With a variety of model types in terms of its play-n-plug feature and multiple powering options, the IMC-350 series is easy and convenient for any applications. The IMC-350I series is in industrial grade and can operate in wide temperature. The multiple powering options including IEEE802.3af Power-over-Ethernet standard allow IMC-250I series to function as a power device. Its AC adapter and USB connectivity offer an unsurpassed flexibility for a variety of installation needs. The IMC-350-SFP supports Link Fault Pass Through (LFPT) functionality. LFPT is a troubleshooting feature that combines TX LinkLoss (Twisted Pair, copper interface) and FX LinkLoss (Fiber, fiber interface) from both the local and remote IMC Networks media converters, when used in pairs.  This feature, when enabled, will pass a link fault through the device at each segment.  If a link fails on one interface of the media converter, the media converter will force the link down on its link partner and then forward it to the next interface.
    • BB-855-10625

      The IMC-350 series is the most compact media converters. They can extend the 10 and 100Mbps twisted-pair network segments up to 80km over fiber technology. Supporting both 10/100 auto negotiation on the copper port and also 100Mbps full-duplex on the fiber port, the IMC-350 series serves as media and data rate converter. With a variety of model types in terms of its play-n-plug feature and multiple powering options, the IMC-350 series is easy and convenient for any applications. The IMC-350I series is in industrial grade and can operate in wide temperature. The multiple powering options including IEEE802.3af Power-over-Ethernet standard allow IMC-250I series to function as a power device. Its AC adapter and USB connectivity offer an unsurpassed flexibility for a variety of installation needs. The IMC-350-SFP supports Link Fault Pass Through (LFPT) functionality. LFPT is a troubleshooting feature that combines TX LinkLoss (Twisted Pair, copper interface) and FX LinkLoss (Fiber, fiber interface) from both the local and remote IMC Networks media converters, when used in pairs.  This feature, when enabled, will pass a link fault through the device at each segment.  If a link fails on one interface of the media converter, the media converter will force the link down on its link partner and then forward it to the next interface.
    • BB-855-10624

      The IMC-350 series is the most compact media converters. They can extend the 10 and 100Mbps twisted-pair network segments up to 80km over fiber technology. Supporting both 10/100 auto negotiation on the copper port and also 100Mbps full-duplex on the fiber port, the IMC-350 series serves as media and data rate converter. With a variety of model types in terms of its play-n-plug feature and multiple powering options, the IMC-350 series is easy and convenient for any applications. The IMC-350I series is in industrial grade and can operate in wide temperature. The multiple powering options including IEEE802.3af Power-over-Ethernet standard allow IMC-250I series to function as a power device. Its AC adapter and USB connectivity offer an unsurpassed flexibility for a variety of installation needs. The IMC-350-SFP supports Link Fault Pass Through (LFPT) functionality. LFPT is a troubleshooting feature that combines TX LinkLoss (Twisted Pair, copper interface) and FX LinkLoss (Fiber, fiber interface) from both the local and remote IMC Networks media converters, when used in pairs.  This feature, when enabled, will pass a link fault through the device at each segment.  If a link fails on one interface of the media converter, the media converter will force the link down on its link partner and then forward it to the next interface.
    • BB-855-10623

      The IMC-350 series is the most compact media converters. They can extend the 10 and 100Mbps twisted-pair network segments up to 80km over fiber technology. Supporting both 10/100 auto negotiation on the copper port and also 100Mbps full-duplex on the fiber port, the IMC-350 series serves as media and data rate converter. With a variety of model types in terms of its play-n-plug feature and multiple powering options, the IMC-350 series is easy and convenient for any applications. The IMC-350I series is in industrial grade and can operate in wide temperature. The multiple powering options including IEEE802.3af Power-over-Ethernet standard allow IMC-250I series to function as a power device. Its AC adapter and USB connectivity offer an unsurpassed flexibility for a variety of installation needs. The IMC-350-SFP supports Link Fault Pass Through (LFPT) functionality. LFPT is a troubleshooting feature that combines TX LinkLoss (Twisted Pair, copper interface) and FX LinkLoss (Fiber, fiber interface) from both the local and remote IMC Networks media converters, when used in pairs.  This feature, when enabled, will pass a link fault through the device at each segment.  If a link fails on one interface of the media converter, the media converter will force the link down on its link partner and then forward it to the next interface.
    • BB-855-10622

      The IMC-350 series is the most compact media converters. They can extend the 10 and 100Mbps twisted-pair network segments up to 80km over fiber technology. Supporting both 10/100 auto negotiation on the copper port and also 100Mbps full-duplex on the fiber port, the IMC-350 series serves as media and data rate converter. With a variety of model types in terms of its play-n-plug feature and multiple powering options, the IMC-350 series is easy and convenient for any applications. The IMC-350I series is in industrial grade and can operate in wide temperature. The multiple powering options including IEEE802.3af Power-over-Ethernet standard allow IMC-250I series to function as a power device. Its AC adapter and USB connectivity offer an unsurpassed flexibility for a variety of installation needs. The IMC-350-SFP supports Link Fault Pass Through (LFPT) functionality. LFPT is a troubleshooting feature that combines TX LinkLoss (Twisted Pair, copper interface) and FX LinkLoss (Fiber, fiber interface) from both the local and remote IMC Networks media converters, when used in pairs.  This feature, when enabled, will pass a link fault through the device at each segment.  If a link fails on one interface of the media converter, the media converter will force the link down on its link partner and then forward it to the next interface.
    • BB-855-10621

      The IMC-350 series is the most compact media converters. They can extend the 10 and 100Mbps twisted-pair network segments up to 80km over fiber technology. Supporting both 10/100 auto negotiation on the copper port and also 100Mbps full-duplex on the fiber port, the IMC-350 series serves as media and data rate converter. With a variety of model types in terms of its play-n-plug feature and multiple powering options, the IMC-350 series is easy and convenient for any applications. The IMC-350I series is in industrial grade and can operate in wide temperature. The multiple powering options including IEEE802.3af Power-over-Ethernet standard allow IMC-250I series to function as a power device. Its AC adapter and USB connectivity offer an unsurpassed flexibility for a variety of installation needs. The IMC-350-SFP supports Link Fault Pass Through (LFPT) functionality. LFPT is a troubleshooting feature that combines TX LinkLoss (Twisted Pair, copper interface) and FX LinkLoss (Fiber, fiber interface) from both the local and remote IMC Networks media converters, when used in pairs.  This feature, when enabled, will pass a link fault through the device at each segment.  If a link fails on one interface of the media converter, the media converter will force the link down on its link partner and then forward it to the next interface.
    • BB-855-10620

      MiniMc, TP-TX/FX-MM850-ST (W/AC Power Adaptor)
    • BB-855-10619

      The IMC-350 series is the most compact media converters. They can extend the 10 and 100Mbps twisted-pair network segments up to 80km over fiber technology. Supporting both 10/100 auto negotiation on the copper port and also 100Mbps full-duplex on the fiber port, the IMC-350 series serves as media and data rate converter. With a variety of model types in terms of its play-n-plug feature and multiple powering options, the IMC-350 series is easy and convenient for any applications. The IMC-350I series is in industrial grade and can operate in wide temperature. The multiple powering options including IEEE802.3af Power-over-Ethernet standard allow IMC-250I series to function as a power device. Its AC adapter and USB connectivity offer an unsurpassed flexibility for a variety of installation needs. The IMC-350-SFP supports Link Fault Pass Through (LFPT) functionality. LFPT is a troubleshooting feature that combines TX LinkLoss (Twisted Pair, copper interface) and FX LinkLoss (Fiber, fiber interface) from both the local and remote IMC Networks media converters, when used in pairs.  This feature, when enabled, will pass a link fault through the device at each segment.  If a link fails on one interface of the media converter, the media converter will force the link down on its link partner and then forward it to the next interface.
    • BB-855-19824

      Measuring less than 80.9mm (3.5 inches) deep and 50.8mm (2 inches) wide, the IE-MiniMc Series converters are some of the industry’s smallest copper-to-fiber media converters, with both data connections on the same side. The IE-MiniMc family of media converters are a fraction of the cost of other industrial grade alternatives. These products provide the ease and convenience of plug-and-play operation with features including Auto Negotiation and Auto-Cross. Advanced features such as Link Fault Pass-Through (LFPT) assist operators in identifying breaks in the network when using unmanaged network hardware. Multiple powering options include Power over Ethernet (PoE/PD), -48 VDC for Telco, AC wall adapter and USB, which offers unsurpassed flexibility for a variety of installations.
    • BB-855-11623

      Media conversion is the most cost-effective solution for extending the productive life of legacy wiring plants and equipment while allowing implementation of new technologies. Measuring less than 88.9 mm deep and 50.8 mm wide, the MiniMc LFPT is one of the industry’s smallest media converters with both data connections on the same side of the unit. Link Fault Pass Through (LFPT) can be enabled/disabled via a DIP Switch on the unit, and is a useful diagnostic feature that assists the network administrator in indicating a fault condition on a given segment between the interfaces. The BB-855-11623 MiniMc LFPT extends 10 and 100 Mbps twisted pair network segments up to 2 km over fiber. Both a media and data rate converter, the MiniMc LFPT features 10/100 Auto Negotiation on the copper port while the fiber port operates at 100 Mbps full duplex. MiniMc LFPT 10/100 switching fiber converters are ideal for all premises, FTTD, LAN-to-LAN or LAN-to-MAN fiber networking applications.
    • BB-855-11619

      Measuring less than 88.9mm (3.5 inches) deep and 50.8mm (2 inches) wide, the MiniMc LFPT is one of the industry’s smallest media converters with both data connections on the same side of the unit. An optional fiber SFP port gives network operators the flexibility to upgrade network equipment to different fiber interfaces. Link Fault Pass Through (LFPT) can be enabled/disabled via a DIP Switch on the unit, and is a useful diagnostic feature that assists the network administrator in indicating a fault condition on a given segment between the interfaces. The MiniMc LFPT extends 10 and 100 Mbps twisted pair network segments up to 80 km over fiber. Both a media and data rate converter, the MiniMc LFPT features 10/100 Auto Negotiation on the copper port while the fiber port operates at 100 Mbps full duplex. MiniMc LFPT 10/100 switching fiber converters are ideal for all premises, FTTD, LAN-to-LAN or LAN-to-MAN fiber networking applications.
    • BB-855-11621

      Media conversion is the most cost-effective solution for extending the productive life of legacy wiring plants and equipment while allowing implementation of new technologies. Measuring less than 88.9 mm deep and 50.8 mm wide, the MiniMc LFPT is one of the industry’s smallest media converters with both data connections on the same side of the unit. Link Fault Pass Through (LFPT) can be enabled/disabled via a DIP Switch on the unit, and is a useful diagnostic feature that assists the network administrator in indicating a fault condition on a given segment between the interfaces. The BB-855-11621 MiniMc LFPT extends 10 and 100 Mbps twisted pair network segments up to 2 km over fiber. Both a media and data rate converter, the MiniMc LFPT features 10/100 Auto Negotiation on the copper port while the fiber port operates at 100 Mbps full duplex. MiniMc LFPT 10/100 switching fiber converters are ideal for all premises, FTTD, LAN-to-LAN or LAN-to-MAN fiber networking applications.
    • BB-855-19822

      Measuring less than 80.9mm (3.5 inches) deep and 50.8mm (2 inches) wide, the IE-MiniMc Series converters are some of the industry’s smallest copper-to-fiber media converters, with both data connections on the same side. The IE-MiniMc family of media converters are a fraction of the cost of other industrial grade alternatives. These products provide the ease and convenience of plug-and-play operation with features including Auto Negotiation and Auto-Cross. Advanced features such as Link Fault Pass-Through (LFPT) assist operators in identifying breaks in the network when using unmanaged network hardware. Multiple powering options include Power over Ethernet (PoE/PD), -48 VDC for Telco, AC wall adapter and USB, which offers unsurpassed flexibility for a variety of installations.
  • Miniature Gigabit Copper to Fiber Ethernet Media Converters

    The Giga-MiniMc LFPT family is one of the industry’s smallest Gigabit media converters measuring only 3.5 x 2 inches and offers Link Fault Pass Through (LFPT) for ease of troubleshooting fault conditions. Copper distances can be exteded 220/500 m to 10 km with SC models and SFP port models offer various distances. All available with DIN Rail or rack mount bracket mounting options.

    • EKI-2741FL

      The EKI-2741 series is designed to convert Gigabit Ethernet networks to Gigabit fiber networks by transparently converting Ethernet signals to optic signals. Therefore, the EKI-2741 series is an ideal solution for “fiber to building” applications at central offices or local sites. EKI-2741 series supports MDI/MDIX auto detection, so users don’t need to use crossover wires. EKI-2741 series is an enhanced gigabit Ethernet to fiber optic converter. Furthermore, the EKI-2741 series can work properly from 0 to 50°C and also is the most cost-effective solution for fiber optic media converter.
    • EKI-2741ML

      The EKI-2741 series is designed to convert Gigabit Ethernet networks to Gigabit fiber networks by transparently converting Ethernet signals to optic signals. Therefore, the EKI-2741 series is an ideal solution for “fiber to building” applications at central offices or local sites. EKI-2741 series supports MDI/MDIX auto detection, so users don’t need to use crossover wires. EKI-2741 series is an enhanced gigabit Ethernet to fiber optic converter. Furthermore, the EKI-2741 series can work properly from 0 to 50°C and also is the most cost-effective solution for fiber optic media converter.
    • EKI-2741SL

      The EKI-2741 series is designed to convert Gigabit Ethernet networks to Gigabit fiber networks by transparently converting Ethernet signals to optic signals. Therefore, the EKI-2741 series is an ideal solution for “fiber to building” applications at central offices or local sites. EKI-2741 series supports MDI/MDIX auto detection, so users don’t need to use crossover wires. EKI-2741 series is an enhanced gigabit Ethernet to fiber optic converter. Furthermore, the EKI-2741 series can work properly from 0°C to 50°C and also is the most cost-effective solution for fiber optic media converter.
    • BB-856-10747

      The IMC-370 series is the most compact media converters. They can extend the 10 and 100Mbps twisted-pair network segments up to 80km over fiber technology. Supporting both 10/100 auto negotiation on the copper port and also 100Mbps full-duplex on the fiber port, the IMC-370 series serves as media and data rate converter. The IMC-370I-SFP supports Link Fault Pass Through (LFPS) functionality which can be enabled/disabled by a DIP switch on the unit. This useful diagnostic feature assists the network administrator in indicating a fault condition on a given segment between the interfaces.  The IMC-370I supports plug-n-play functionality and auto negotiation and AutoCross operation. It can be powered by AC/DC power, dual USB cable, or be installed in a centralize-powered media converter chassis. 
    • BB-856-10735

      The IMC-370 series is the most compact media converters. They can extend the 10 and 100Mbps twisted-pair network segments up to 80km over fiber technology. Supporting both 10/100 auto negotiation on the copper port and also 100Mbps full-duplex on the fiber port, the IMC-370 series serves as media and data rate converter. The IMC-370I-SFP supports Link Fault Pass Through (LFPS) functionality which can be enabled/disabled by a DIP switch on the unit. This useful diagnostic feature assists the network administrator in indicating a fault condition on a given segment between the interfaces.  The IMC-370I supports plug-n-play functionality and auto negotiation and AutoCross operation. It can be powered by AC/DC power, dual USB cable, or be installed in a centralize-powered media converter chassis. 
    • BB-856-10734

      The IMC-370 series is the most compact media converters. They can extend the 10 and 100Mbps twisted-pair network segments up to 80km over fiber technology. Supporting both 10/100 auto negotiation on the copper port and also 100Mbps full-duplex on the fiber port, the IMC-370 series serves as media and data rate converter. The IMC-370I-SFP supports Link Fault Pass Through (LFPS) functionality which can be enabled/disabled by a DIP switch on the unit. This useful diagnostic feature assists the network administrator in indicating a fault condition on a given segment between the interfaces.  The IMC-370I supports plug-n-play functionality and auto negotiation and AutoCross operation. It can be powered by AC/DC power, dual USB cable, or be installed in a centralize-powered media converter chassis. 
    • BB-856-10733

      The IMC-370 series is the most compact media converters. They can extend the 10 and 100Mbps twisted-pair network segments up to 80km over fiber technology. Supporting both 10/100 auto negotiation on the copper port and also 100Mbps full-duplex on the fiber port, the IMC-370 series serves as media and data rate converter. The IMC-370I-SFP supports Link Fault Pass Through (LFPS) functionality which can be enabled/disabled by a DIP switch on the unit. This useful diagnostic feature assists the network administrator in indicating a fault condition on a given segment between the interfaces.  The IMC-370I supports plug-n-play functionality and auto negotiation and AutoCross operation. It can be powered by AC/DC power, dual USB cable, or be installed in a centralize-powered media converter chassis. 
    • BB-856-10732

      The IMC-370 series is the most compact media converters. They can extend the 10 and 100Mbps twisted-pair network segments up to 80km over fiber technology. Supporting both 10/100 auto negotiation on the copper port and also 100Mbps full-duplex on the fiber port, the IMC-370 series serves as media and data rate converter. The IMC-370I-SFP supports Link Fault Pass Through (LFPS) functionality which can be enabled/disabled by a DIP switch on the unit. This useful diagnostic feature assists the network administrator in indicating a fault condition on a given segment between the interfaces.  The IMC-370I supports plug-n-play functionality and auto negotiation and AutoCross operation. It can be powered by AC/DC power, dual USB cable, or be installed in a centralize-powered media converter chassis. 
    • BB-856-10731

      The IMC-370 series is the most compact media converters. They can extend the 10 and 100Mbps twisted-pair network segments up to 80km over fiber technology. Supporting both 10/100 auto negotiation on the copper port and also 100Mbps full-duplex on the fiber port, the IMC-370 series serves as media and data rate converter. The IMC-370I-SFP supports Link Fault Pass Through (LFPS) functionality which can be enabled/disabled by a DIP switch on the unit. This useful diagnostic feature assists the network administrator in indicating a fault condition on a given segment between the interfaces.  The IMC-370I supports plug-n-play functionality and auto negotiation and AutoCross operation. It can be powered by AC/DC power, dual USB cable, or be installed in a centralize-powered media converter chassis. 
    • BB-856-10730-TX

      The IMC-370 series is the most compact media converters. They can extend the 10 and 100Mbps twisted-pair network segments up to 80km over fiber technology. Supporting both 10/100 auto negotiation on the copper port and also 100Mbps full-duplex on the fiber port, the IMC-370 series serves as media and data rate converter. The IMC-370I-SFP supports Link Fault Pass Through (LFPS) functionality which can be enabled/disabled by a DIP switch on the unit. This useful diagnostic feature assists the network administrator in indicating a fault condition on a given segment between the interfaces.  The IMC-370I supports plug-n-play functionality and auto negotiation and AutoCross operation. It can be powered by AC/DC power, dual USB cable, or be installed in a centralize-powered media converter chassis. 
    • BB-856-10730-ST

      The IMC-370 series is the most compact media converters. They can extend the 10 and 100Mbps twisted-pair network segments up to 80km over fiber technology. Supporting both 10/100 auto negotiation on the copper port and also 100Mbps full-duplex on the fiber port, the IMC-370 series serves as media and data rate converter. The IMC-370I-SFP supports Link Fault Pass Through (LFPS) functionality which can be enabled/disabled by a DIP switch on the unit. This useful diagnostic feature assists the network administrator in indicating a fault condition on a given segment between the interfaces.  The IMC-370I supports plug-n-play functionality and auto negotiation and AutoCross operation. It can be powered by AC/DC power, dual USB cable, or be installed in a centralize-powered media converter chassis. 
    • BB-856-10730-RX

      Giga-MiniMc, TX/SX-MM850 -SC (W/AC ADAPTER)(RX ONLY)
    • BB-856-10730

      The IMC-370 series is the most compact media converters. They can extend the 10 and 100Mbps twisted-pair network segments up to 80km over fiber technology. Supporting both 10/100 auto negotiation on the copper port and also 100Mbps full-duplex on the fiber port, the IMC-370 series serves as media and data rate converter. The IMC-370I-SFP supports Link Fault Pass Through (LFPS) functionality which can be enabled/disabled by a DIP switch on the unit. This useful diagnostic feature assists the network administrator in indicating a fault condition on a given segment between the interfaces.  The IMC-370I supports plug-n-play functionality and auto negotiation and AutoCross operation. It can be powered by AC/DC power, dual USB cable, or be installed in a centralize-powered media converter chassis. 
    • BB-855-10731

      The IMC-370 series is the most compact media converters. They can extend the 10 and 100Mbps twisted-pair network segments up to 80km over fiber technology. Supporting both 10/100 auto negotiation on the copper port and also 100Mbps full-duplex on the fiber port, the IMC-370 series serves as media and data rate converter. The IMC-370I-SFP supports Link Fault Pass Through (LFPS) functionality which can be enabled/disabled by a DIP switch on the unit. This useful diagnostic feature assists the network administrator in indicating a fault condition on a given segment between the interfaces.  The IMC-370I supports plug-n-play functionality and auto negotiation and AutoCross operation. It can be powered by AC/DC power, dual USB cable, or be installed in a centralize-powered media converter chassis. 
    • BB-855-10730

      The IMC-370 series is the most compact media converters. They can extend the 10 and 100Mbps twisted-pair network segments up to 80km over fiber technology. Supporting both 10/100 auto negotiation on the copper port and also 100Mbps full-duplex on the fiber port, the IMC-370 series serves as media and data rate converter. The IMC-370I-SFP supports Link Fault Pass Through (LFPS) functionality which can be enabled/disabled by a DIP switch on the unit. This useful diagnostic feature assists the network administrator in indicating a fault condition on a given segment between the interfaces.  The IMC-370I supports plug-n-play functionality and auto negotiation and AutoCross operation. It can be powered by AC/DC power, dual USB cable, or be installed in a centralize-powered media converter chassis. 
    • BB-856-11703

      Media conversion is the most cost-effective solution for extending the productive life of legacy wiring plants and equipment while allowing implementation of new technologies. Media conversion’s greatest benefits are flexibility and cost savings. Measuring less than 3.5 inches deep and 2 inches wide, and having both data connections on the same side of the unit—the Giga- MiniMc-LFPT is the industry’s smallest media converter at a fraction of the cost of other alternatives. Link Fault Pass Through (LFPT) is permanently enabled and is a useful diagnostic feature that assists the network administrator in indicating a fault condition on a given segment between the interfaces. Plug-and-play operation with a variety of model types and powering options make the Giga-MiniMc LFPT easy and convenient to use.
    • BB-856-11700

      Media conversion is the most cost-effective solution for extending the productive life of legacy wiring plants and equipment while allowing implementation of new technologies. Media conversion’s greatest benefits are flexibility and cost savings. Measuring less than 3.5 inches deep and 2 inches wide, and having both data connections on the same side of the unit—the Giga- MiniMc-LFPT is the industry’s smallest media converter at a fraction of the cost of other alternatives. Link Fault Pass Through (LFPT) is permanently enabled and is a useful diagnostic feature that assists the network administrator in indicating a fault condition on a given segment between the interfaces. Plug-and-play operation with a variety of model types and powering options make the Giga-MiniMc LFPT easy and convenient to use.
    • BB-856-11701

      Measuring less than 80.9mm (3.5 inches) deep and 50.8mm (2 inches) wide, and having both data connections on the same side of the unit—the Giga-MiniMc- LFPT is the industry’s smallest media converter at a fraction of the cost of other alternatives. Link Fault Pass Through (LFPT) is permanently enabled on the unit, and is a useful diagnostic feature that assists the network administrator in indicating a fault condition on a given segment between the interfaces. Plug-and-play operation with a variety of model types and powering options make the Giga-MiniMc LFPT easy and convenient to use.
  • Industrial Grade, Wide Temp Gigabit Copper to Fiber Ethernet Media Converters

    The IE-Giga-MiniMc with LFPT family is one of the industry’s smallest extended temperature Gigabit media converters measuring only 3.5 x 2 inches and offers Link Fault Pass Through (LFPT) for ease of troubleshooting fault conditions. Copper distances can be exteded 220/500 m to 15 km with SC models and SFP port models offer various distances. All available with DIN Rail or rack mount bracket mounting options.

    • EKI-2701MPI-R

      The EKI-2701MPI-R with high power PoE extender is designed to extend the connection easily without redeploying cables and can serve power up to 30 watts to each PD device. It enables connections of Ethernet equipment to extend the distance of network communications. The EKI-2701MPI-R expands power and data serving range, allowing PD devices to be powered via an external PoE extender as if it had a local power supply.
    • EKI-2701MPI

      With the technology of PoE (Power over Ethernet), both data and electrical power to Ethernet-enabled devices are using a standard CAT5 cable. EKI-2701MPI is a new generation injector which is IEEE802.3af/at/bt compliant. The high-power PoE standard boosts the power budget of each port up to 60W or even 90W to PD devices
    • BB-856-18836

      The IMC-370 series is the most compact media converters. They can extend the 10 and 100Mbps twisted-pair network segments up to 80km over fiber technology. Supporting both 10/100 auto negotiation on the copper port and also 100Mbps full-duplex on the fiber port, the IMC-370 series serves as media and data rate converter. The IMC-370I-SFP supports Link Fault Pass Through (LFPS) functionality which can be enabled/disabled by a DIP switch on the unit. This useful diagnostic feature assists the network administrator in indicating a fault condition on a given segment between the interfaces.  The IMC-370I supports plug-n-play functionality and auto negotiation and AutoCross operation. It can be powered by AC/DC power, dual USB cable, or be installed in a centralize-powered media converter chassis. 
    • BB-856-18835

      The IMC-370 series is the most compact media converters. They can extend the 10 and 100Mbps twisted-pair network segments up to 80km over fiber technology. Supporting both 10/100 auto negotiation on the copper port and also 100Mbps full-duplex on the fiber port, the IMC-370 series serves as media and data rate converter. The IMC-370I-SFP supports Link Fault Pass Through (LFPS) functionality which can be enabled/disabled by a DIP switch on the unit. This useful diagnostic feature assists the network administrator in indicating a fault condition on a given segment between the interfaces.  The IMC-370I supports plug-n-play functionality and auto negotiation and AutoCross operation. It can be powered by AC/DC power, dual USB cable, or be installed in a centralize-powered media converter chassis. 
    • BB-856-18832

      IE-Giga-MiniMc, TX/LX- SM1310/PLUS-SC
    • BB-856-18831

      Media conversion is the most cost-effective and flexible solution for implementing new technologies on legacy wiring plants and equipment. But even reasonably-priced media converters can tack on a substantial sum to networking costs. And space constraints can also be an issue when hundreds of conversions are required. Measuring less than 3.5 inches deep and 2 inches wide, and having both data connections on the same side of the unit — the IE-Giga-MiniMc is the industry’s smallest media converter at a fraction of the cost of other alternatives. It is an unmanaged, plug-and-play converter, offered with a variety of fiber types for single-mode and multi-mode fiber. The IE-Giga-MiniMc supports extreme operating temperatures (-25° to 85° C); it can be powered by DC or AC power, installed in a PowerTray/18, as well as using a dual USB power cable.
    • BB-856-18830

      The IMC-370 series is the most compact media converters. They can extend the 10 and 100Mbps twisted-pair network segments up to 80km over fiber technology. Supporting both 10/100 auto negotiation on the copper port and also 100Mbps full-duplex on the fiber port, the IMC-370 series serves as media and data rate converter. The IMC-370I-SFP supports Link Fault Pass Through (LFPS) functionality which can be enabled/disabled by a DIP switch on the unit. This useful diagnostic feature assists the network administrator in indicating a fault condition on a given segment between the interfaces.  The IMC-370I supports plug-n-play functionality and auto negotiation and AutoCross operation. It can be powered by AC/DC power, dual USB cable, or be installed in a centralize-powered media converter chassis. 
    • BB-856-18931

      Measuring less than 88.9mm (3.5 inches) deep and 50.8mm (2 inches) wide, and having both data connections on the same side of the unit—the IE-Giga-MiniMc-LFPT is the industry’s smallest media converter at a fraction of the cost of other alternatives. Link Fault Pass Through (LFPT) can be enabled/disabled via a DIP Switch on the unit, and is a useful diagnostic feature that assists the network administrator in indicating a fault condition on a given segment between the interfaces. With Plug-and-Play, Auto Negotiation and AutoCross operation, extreme operating temperatures (-25° to 85° C), DC or AC power, the IE-Giga-MiniMc-LFPT miniature media converter is easy and convenient to use.
    • BB-856-18930

      Measuring less than 88.9mm (3.5 inches) deep and 50.8mm (2 inches) wide, and having both data connections on the same side of the unit—the IE-Giga- MiniMc-LFPT is the industry’s smallest media converter at a fraction of the cost of other alternatives. Link Fault Pass Through (LFPT) can be enabled/disabled via a DIP Switch on the unit, and is a useful diagnostic feature that assists the network administrator in indicating a fault condition on a given segment between the interfaces. With Plug-and-Play, Auto Negotiation and AutoCross operation, extreme operating temperatures (-25° to 85° C), DC or AC power, the IE-Giga- MiniMc-LFPT miniature media converter is easy and convenient to use.
    • BB-856-18929

      Measuring less than 88.9mm (3.5 inches) deep and 50.8mm (2 inches) wide, and having both data connections on the same side of the unit—the IE-Giga- MiniMc-LFPT is the industry’s smallest media converter at a fraction of the cost of other alternatives. Link Fault Pass Through (LFPT) can be enabled/disabled via a DIP Switch on the unit, and is a useful diagnostic feature that assists the network administrator in indicating a fault condition on a given segment between the interfaces. With Plug-and-Play, Auto Negotiation and AutoCross operation, extreme operating temperatures (-25° to 85° C), DC or AC power, the IE-Giga- MiniMc-LFPT miniature media converter is easy and convenient to use. SFP port supports 100 Mbps or 1000 Mbps SFPs (fiber). This allows the customer to utilize the product for a Fast Ethernet circuit and later upgrade to Gigabit.
  • 3 Port Gigabit Copper to Fiber Ethernet Media Converters

    The Giga-McBasic-II features two 10/100/1000Mbps copper ports and one SFP fiber port with Link Fault Pass Through (LFPT) for ease of troubleshooting fault conditions.

    • BB-856-30603

      The IMC-450 and 470 series are standalone media converters with an optional internal power security device that make the connection between copper and fiber cables. It can be installed anywhere a network connection is required. In addition, these media converters feature in automatic link restoration. They also increase the scalability of a network by providing rate conversion ,distance extension and multiple types of fixed fiber connectors or open slots for small form-factor pluggable (SFP) connection. The IMC-450 and 470 support troubleshooting features such as LinkLoss and Fiber Alert which can be enabled/disabled by DIP switches. The diagnostic features allow the network administrator to quickly identify network faults. The IMC-470 series provides two 10/100/1000Mbps copper UTP ports and one fiber port, that is available in an SFP form factor, as well as for fixed-fiber in single-mode and multi-mode. The Link Fault Pass Through (LFPT) functionality allows network operators to determine a fault condition on the interfaces.
    • BB-856-30602

      The IMC-450 and 470 series are standalone media converters with an optional internal power security device that make the connection between copper and fiber cables. It can be installed anywhere a network connection is required. In addition, these media converters feature in automatic link restoration. They also increase the scalability of a network by providing rate conversion ,distance extension and multiple types of fixed fiber connectors or open slots for small form-factor pluggable (SFP) connection. The IMC-450 and 470 support troubleshooting features such as LinkLoss and Fiber Alert which can be enabled/disabled by DIP switches. The diagnostic features allow the network administrator to quickly identify network faults. The IMC-470 series provides two 10/100/1000Mbps copper UTP ports and one fiber port, that is available in an SFP form factor, as well as for fixed-fiber in single-mode and multi-mode. The Link Fault Pass Through (LFPT) functionality allows network operators to determine a fault condition on the interfaces.
    • BB-856-30601

      The IMC-450 and 470 series are standalone media converters with an optional internal power security device that make the connection between copper and fiber cables. It can be installed anywhere a network connection is required. In addition, these media converters feature in automatic link restoration. They also increase the scalability of a network by providing rate conversion ,distance extension and multiple types of fixed fiber connectors or open slots for small form-factor pluggable (SFP) connection. The IMC-450 and 470 support troubleshooting features such as LinkLoss and Fiber Alert which can be enabled/disabled by DIP switches. The diagnostic features allow the network administrator to quickly identify network faults. The IMC-470 series provides two 10/100/1000Mbps copper UTP ports and one fiber port, that is available in an SFP form factor, as well as for fixed-fiber in single-mode and multi-mode. The Link Fault Pass Through (LFPT) functionality allows network operators to determine a fault condition on the interfaces.
    • BB-856-30600

      The IMC-450 and 470 series are standalone media converters with an optional internal power security device that make the connection between copper and fiber cables. It can be installed anywhere a network connection is required. In addition, these media converters feature in automatic link restoration. They also increase the scalability of a network by providing rate conversion ,distance extension and multiple types of fixed fiber connectors or open slots for small form-factor pluggable (SFP) connection. The IMC-450 and 470 support troubleshooting features such as LinkLoss and Fiber Alert which can be enabled/disabled by DIP switches. The diagnostic features allow the network administrator to quickly identify network faults. The IMC-470 series provides two 10/100/1000Mbps copper UTP ports and one fiber port, that is available in an SFP form factor, as well as for fixed-fiber in single-mode and multi-mode. The Link Fault Pass Through (LFPT) functionality allows network operators to determine a fault condition on the interfaces.
  • PoE Gigabit Ethernet Media Converters

    The PoE and PoE Giga-MiniMc/LFPT are Power Source Equipment (PSE) that feature 2 -10/100/1000Base-T copper ports and one SFP uplink port that supports either copper or fiber SFP. The PoE Giga-MiniMc is capable of powering two Powered Devices (PD) over standard CAT5 cable or better, whereas the PoE Giga-MiniMc/LFPT can power one PD device via a copper port while delivering data over the other copper port.

    • BB-857-11915

      The IMC-380 and IMC 290 series are compact, multi-port media converters that support both IEEE802.3at PoE and IEEE802.3af PoE standards. These unmanaged, plug-n-play media converters with PoE capability are thus ideal solution for Ethernet networks. Designed with two 10/100/1000Base-T copper UTP ports and SFP or fixed fiber transceiver, 1x9 uplink port for the network connection, the IMC-380 series can power one PD device through standatd CAT5 (or higher version) cable via one copper port while delivering data over the other port. The IMC-390 series in even capable of powering up to 2 PD devices with power budget 60W.  The IMC-380 and 390 series support Link Fault Pass Through (LFPT) functionality. LFPT is a troubleshooting feature that combines TX LinkLoss (Twisted Pair, copper interface) and FX LinkLoss (Fiber, fiber interface) from both the local and remote IMC Networks media converters, when used in pairs.  This feature, when enabled, will pass a link fault through the device at each segment.  If a link fails on one interface of the media converter, the media converter will force the link down on its link partner and then forward it to the next interface.
    • BB-857-11913

      The IMC-380 and IMC 290 series are compact, multi-port media converters that support both IEEE802.3at PoE and IEEE802.3af PoE standards. These unmanaged, plug-n-play media converters with PoE capability are thus ideal solution for Ethernet networks. Designed with two 10/100/1000Base-T copper UTP ports and SFP or fixed fiber transceiver, 1x9 uplink port for the network connection, the IMC-380 series can power one PD device through standatd CAT5 (or higher version) cable via one copper port while delivering data over the other port. The IMC-390 series in even capable of powering up to 2 PD devices with power budget 60W.  The IMC-380 and 390 series support Link Fault Pass Through (LFPT) functionality. LFPT is a troubleshooting feature that combines TX LinkLoss (Twisted Pair, copper interface) and FX LinkLoss (Fiber, fiber interface) from both the local and remote IMC Networks media converters, when used in pairs.  This feature, when enabled, will pass a link fault through the device at each segment.  If a link fails on one interface of the media converter, the media converter will force the link down on its link partner and then forward it to the next interface.
    • BB-852-11914

      IMC-480 and 490 are the perfect solutions for network applications that require Power-over-Ethernet (PoE) for locations inside buildings where PoE is required to power an Ethernet device. The IMC-480 and 490 series offer three ports: one fiber uplink for the network connection, one PoE/PSE copper port that provides Power-over-Ethernet, and one copper port to connect a non-PoE unit to the same fiber uplink.  As a fiber media converter, it provides both power (up to 15.4w with IMC-480 and 25.5W with IMC-490) and data to a single remote device over standard CAT5, eliminating the need for additional power to the end device at the remote site. Additionally, the IMC-480/490 media converters come with an internal AC power supply and supports jumbo frames up to 10240 bytes. The IMC-480/490 series feature in its Link Fault Pass Through (LFPT) functionality with a DIP switch that a diagnostic feature can be enabled or disabled to assist the end user in troubleshooting a failed segment.
    • BB-852-11913

      IMC-480 and 490 are the perfect solutions for network applications that require Power-over-Ethernet (PoE) for locations inside buildings where PoE is required to power an Ethernet device. The IMC-480 and 490 series offer three ports: one fiber uplink for the network connection, one PoE/PSE copper port that provides Power-over-Ethernet, and one copper port to connect a non-PoE unit to the same fiber uplink.  As a fiber media converter, it provides both power (up to 15.4w with IMC-480 and 25.5W with IMC-490) and data to a single remote device over standard CAT5, eliminating the need for additional power to the end device at the remote site. Additionally, the IMC-480/490 media converters come with an internal AC power supply and supports jumbo frames up to 10240 bytes. The IMC-480/490 series feature in its Link Fault Pass Through (LFPT) functionality with a DIP switch that a diagnostic feature can be enabled or disabled to assist the end user in troubleshooting a failed segment.
    • BB-852-11912

      IMC-480 and 490 are the perfect solutions for network applications that require Power-over-Ethernet (PoE) for locations inside buildings where PoE is required to power an Ethernet device. The IMC-480 and 490 series offer three ports: one fiber uplink for the network connection, one PoE/PSE copper port that provides Power-over-Ethernet, and one copper port to connect a non-PoE unit to the same fiber uplink.  As a fiber media converter, it provides both power (up to 15.4w with IMC-480 and 25.5W with IMC-490) and data to a single remote device over standard CAT5, eliminating the need for additional power to the end device at the remote site. Additionally, the IMC-480/490 media converters come with an internal AC power supply and supports jumbo frames up to 10240 bytes. The IMC-480/490 series feature in its Link Fault Pass Through (LFPT) functionality with a DIP switch that a diagnostic feature can be enabled or disabled to assist the end user in troubleshooting a failed segment.
    • BB-852-11911

      IMC-480 and 490 are the perfect solutions for network applications that require Power-over-Ethernet (PoE) for locations inside buildings where PoE is required to power an Ethernet device. The IMC-480 and 490 series offer three ports: one fiber uplink for the network connection, one PoE/PSE copper port that provides Power-over-Ethernet, and one copper port to connect a non-PoE unit to the same fiber uplink.  As a fiber media converter, it provides both power (up to 15.4w with IMC-480 and 25.5W with IMC-490) and data to a single remote device over standard CAT5, eliminating the need for additional power to the end device at the remote site. Additionally, the IMC-480/490 media converters come with an internal AC power supply and supports jumbo frames up to 10240 bytes. The IMC-480/490 series feature in its Link Fault Pass Through (LFPT) functionality with a DIP switch that a diagnostic feature can be enabled or disabled to assist the end user in troubleshooting a failed segment.
    • BB-852-11717

      IMC-480 and 490 are the perfect solutions for network applications that require Power-over-Ethernet (PoE) for locations inside buildings where PoE is required to power an Ethernet device. The IMC-480 and 490 series offer three ports: one fiber uplink for the network connection, one PoE/PSE copper port that provides Power-over-Ethernet, and one copper port to connect a non-PoE unit to the same fiber uplink.  As a fiber media converter, it provides both power (up to 15.4w with IMC-480 and 25.5W with IMC-490) and data to a single remote device over standard CAT5, eliminating the need for additional power to the end device at the remote site. Additionally, the IMC-480/490 media converters come with an internal AC power supply and supports jumbo frames up to 10240 bytes. The IMC-480/490 series feature in its Link Fault Pass Through (LFPT) functionality with a DIP switch that a diagnostic feature can be enabled or disabled to assist the end user in troubleshooting a failed segment.
    • BB-852-11716

      IMC-480 and 490 are the perfect solutions for network applications that require Power-over-Ethernet (PoE) for locations inside buildings where PoE is required to power an Ethernet device. The IMC-480 and 490 series offer three ports: one fiber uplink for the network connection, one PoE/PSE copper port that provides Power-over-Ethernet, and one copper port to connect a non-PoE unit to the same fiber uplink.  As a fiber media converter, it provides both power (up to 15.4w with IMC-480 and 25.5W with IMC-490) and data to a single remote device over standard CAT5, eliminating the need for additional power to the end device at the remote site. Additionally, the IMC-480/490 media converters come with an internal AC power supply and supports jumbo frames up to 10240 bytes. The IMC-480/490 series feature in its Link Fault Pass Through (LFPT) functionality with a DIP switch that a diagnostic feature can be enabled or disabled to assist the end user in troubleshooting a failed segment.
    • BB-852-11715

      IMC-480 and 490 are the perfect solutions for network applications that require Power-over-Ethernet (PoE) for locations inside buildings where PoE is required to power an Ethernet device. The IMC-480 and 490 series offer three ports: one fiber uplink for the network connection, one PoE/PSE copper port that provides Power-over-Ethernet, and one copper port to connect a non-PoE unit to the same fiber uplink.  As a fiber media converter, it provides both power (up to 15.4w with IMC-480 and 25.5W with IMC-490) and data to a single remote device over standard CAT5, eliminating the need for additional power to the end device at the remote site. Additionally, the IMC-480/490 media converters come with an internal AC power supply and supports jumbo frames up to 10240 bytes. The IMC-480/490 series feature in its Link Fault Pass Through (LFPT) functionality with a DIP switch that a diagnostic feature can be enabled or disabled to assist the end user in troubleshooting a failed segment.
    • BB-852-11713

      IMC-480 and 490 are the perfect solutions for network applications that require Power-over-Ethernet (PoE) for locations inside buildings where PoE is required to power an Ethernet device. The IMC-480 and 490 series offer three ports: one fiber uplink for the network connection, one PoE/PSE copper port that provides Power-over-Ethernet, and one copper port to connect a non-PoE unit to the same fiber uplink.  As a fiber media converter, it provides both power (up to 15.4w with IMC-480 and 25.5W with IMC-490) and data to a single remote device over standard CAT5, eliminating the need for additional power to the end device at the remote site. Additionally, the IMC-480/490 media converters come with an internal AC power supply and supports jumbo frames up to 10240 bytes. The IMC-480/490 series feature in its Link Fault Pass Through (LFPT) functionality with a DIP switch that a diagnostic feature can be enabled or disabled to assist the end user in troubleshooting a failed segment.
    • BB-852-11712

      IMC-480 and 490 are the perfect solutions for network applications that require Power-over-Ethernet (PoE) for locations inside buildings where PoE is required to power an Ethernet device. The IMC-480 and 490 series offer three ports: one fiber uplink for the network connection, one PoE/PSE copper port that provides Power-over-Ethernet, and one copper port to connect a non-PoE unit to the same fiber uplink.  As a fiber media converter, it provides both power (up to 15.4w with IMC-480 and 25.5W with IMC-490) and data to a single remote device over standard CAT5, eliminating the need for additional power to the end device at the remote site. Additionally, the IMC-480/490 media converters come with an internal AC power supply and supports jumbo frames up to 10240 bytes. The IMC-480/490 series feature in its Link Fault Pass Through (LFPT) functionality with a DIP switch that a diagnostic feature can be enabled or disabled to assist the end user in troubleshooting a failed segment.
    • BB-857-11914

      The IMC-380 and IMC 290 series are compact, multi-port media converters that support both IEEE802.3at PoE and IEEE802.3af PoE standards. These unmanaged, plug-n-play media converters with PoE capability are thus ideal solution for Ethernet networks. Designed with two 10/100/1000Base-T copper UTP ports and SFP or fixed fiber transceiver, 1x9 uplink port for the network connection, the IMC-380 series can power one PD device through standatd CAT5 (or higher version) cable via one copper port while delivering data over the other port. The IMC-390 series in even capable of powering up to 2 PD devices with power budget 60W.  The IMC-380 and 390 series support Link Fault Pass Through (LFPT) functionality. LFPT is a troubleshooting feature that combines TX LinkLoss (Twisted Pair, copper interface) and FX LinkLoss (Fiber, fiber interface) from both the local and remote IMC Networks media converters, when used in pairs.  This feature, when enabled, will pass a link fault through the device at each segment.  If a link fails on one interface of the media converter, the media converter will force the link down on its link partner and then forward it to the next interface.
    • BB-857-11912

      The PoE Giga-MiniMc/LFPT are low-cost, compact, multi-port media converters that support PoE standards. Utilizing their flexibility and compact size, interior private network applications can further benefit from the ever-expanding versatility of the MiniMc product line. Featuring 2-10/100/1000Base-T copper UTP ports and one SFP uplink port that supports either a copper or fiber SFP, the PoE Giga-MiniMc are Power Source Equipment (PSE) devices. The PoE Giga-MiniMc is capable of powering up to two Powered Devices (PD) over standard CAT5 cable or better. The PoE Giga-MiniMc/LFPT is able to power high-power devices such as touch panels, PTZ (pan-tilt-zoom) IP surveillance cameras, and RFID readers that require more power than the typical 15.4 W provided by standard PSE devices. The PoE Giga-MiniMc/LFPT models are fully compatible with the IEEE 802.3af/at standards to ensure a seamless integration into your network. Enhanced features include store-and-forward, Autocross, an LFPT DIP Switch, and PoE reset on fiber loss of signal. PoE reset is an advanced function that, when enabled, will force the PSE output power to reset when LINK state is lost on the SFP port.
    • BB-857-11911

      The IMC-380 and IMC 290 series are compact, multi-port media converters that support both IEEE802.3at PoE and IEEE802.3af PoE standards. These unmanaged, plug-n-play media converters with PoE capability are thus ideal solution for Ethernet networks. Designed with two 10/100/1000Base-T copper UTP ports and SFP or fixed fiber transceiver, 1x9 uplink port for the network connection, the IMC-380 series can power one PD device through standatd CAT5 (or higher version) cable via one copper port while delivering data over the other port. The IMC-390 series in even capable of powering up to 2 PD devices with power budget 60W.  The IMC-380 and 390 series support Link Fault Pass Through (LFPT) functionality. LFPT is a troubleshooting feature that combines TX LinkLoss (Twisted Pair, copper interface) and FX LinkLoss (Fiber, fiber interface) from both the local and remote IMC Networks media converters, when used in pairs.  This feature, when enabled, will pass a link fault through the device at each segment.  If a link fails on one interface of the media converter, the media converter will force the link down on its link partner and then forward it to the next interface.
    • BB-857-11814

      The PoE and PoE Giga-MiniMc/LFPT are low-cost, compact, multi-port media converters that support both PoE and PoE standards. Utilizing their flexibility and compact size, interior private network applications can further benefit from the ever-expanding versatility of the MiniMc product line. Featuring 2-10/100/1000Base-T copper UTP ports and one SFP uplink port that supports either a copper or fiber SFP, the PoE and PoE Giga-MiniMc are Power Source Equipment (PSE) devices. The PoE Giga-MiniMc is capable of powering up to two Powered Devices (PD) over standard CAT5 cable or better, whereas the PoE Giga-MiniMc/ LFPT can power one PD device via a copper port while delivering data over the other copper port. The PoE Giga-MiniMc/LFPT is able to power high-power devices such as touch panels, PTZ (pan-tilt-zoom) IP surveillance cameras, and RFID readers that require more power than the typical 15.4 W provided by standard PSE devices such as the PoE Giga-MiniMc. The PoE and PoE Giga-MiniMc/LFPT models are fully compatible with the IEEE 802.3af/at standards to ensure a seamless integration into your network. Enhanced features include store-and-forward, Autocross, an LFPT DIP Switch, and PoE reset on fiber loss of signal. PoE reset is an advanced function that, when enabled, will force the PSE output power to reset when LINK state is lost on the SFP port.
    • BB-857-11812

      The PoE and PoE Giga-MiniMc/LFPT are low-cost, compact, multi-port media converters that support both PoE and PoE standards. Utilizing their flexibility and compact size, interior private network applications can further benefit from the ever-expanding versatility of the MiniMc product line. Featuring 2-10/100/1000Base-T copper UTP ports and one SFP uplink port that supports either a copper or fiber SFP, the PoE and PoE Giga-MiniMc are Power Source Equipment (PSE) devices. The PoE Giga-MiniMc is capable of powering up to two Powered Devices (PD) over standard CAT5 cable or better, whereas the PoE Giga-MiniMc/ LFPT can power one PD device via a copper port while delivering data over the other copper port. The PoE Giga-MiniMc/LFPT is able to power high-power devices such as touch panels, PTZ (pan-tilt-zoom) IP surveillance cameras, and RFID readers that require more power than the typical 15.4 W provided by standard PSE devices such as the PoE Giga-MiniMc. The PoE and PoE Giga-MiniMc/LFPT models are fully compatible with the IEEE 802.3af/at standards to ensure a seamless integration into your network. Enhanced features include store-and-forward, Autocross, an LFPT DIP Switch, and PoE reset on fiber loss of signal. PoE reset is an advanced function that, when enabled, will force the PSE output power to reset when LINK state is lost on the SFP port.
    • BB-857-11811

      The IMC-380 and IMC 290 series are compact, multi-port media converters that support both IEEE802.3at PoE and IEEE802.3af PoE standards. These unmanaged, plug-n-play media converters with PoE capability are thus ideal solution for Ethernet networks. Designed with two 10/100/1000Base-T copper UTP ports and SFP or fixed fiber transceiver, 1x9 uplink port for the network connection, the IMC-380 series can power one PD device through standatd CAT5 (or higher version) cable via one copper port while delivering data over the other port. The IMC-390 series in even capable of powering up to 2 PD devices with power budget 60W.  The IMC-380 and 390 series support Link Fault Pass Through (LFPT) functionality. LFPT is a troubleshooting feature that combines TX LinkLoss (Twisted Pair, copper interface) and FX LinkLoss (Fiber, fiber interface) from both the local and remote IMC Networks media converters, when used in pairs.  This feature, when enabled, will pass a link fault through the device at each segment.  If a link fails on one interface of the media converter, the media converter will force the link down on its link partner and then forward it to the next interface.
  • Managed Gigabit Demarcation Ethernet Media Converter

    The IE-MultiWay is a value-based, Carrier-class managed Gigabit Ethernet solution that is ideal for use as Customer Premises Equipment (CPE) at the customer’s network edge as well as fiber networks. It combines media conversion with network management and trouble shooting features which include port based VLAN and VLAN trunks, IEEE 802.1ad (Q-in-Q) and user definable EtherType.

    • BB-858-18121

      The IMC-782-SFP media converter connects a host/remote Ethernet network over a fiber optic or CAT5 copper connection. It combines 10/100/1000Mbps to Gigabit fiber media conversion with an advanced feature set including OAM (operation, administration and management), extra-tagging and Ethernet type control functionalities for network management and troubleshooting. Administrators can observe the end-points over the fiber segment between them as a single management entity. Bandwidth scalability and support for MIBs II makes this modular device a versatile Gigabit solution. The IMC-784I-SFP comes with two SFP ports for the providers' network connection and two fixed 10/100/1000Base-T copper ports with four distinct DIP switch selectable configurations: 1 1 uplink protection revertive mode, 1 1 uplink protection non-revertive mode, a 4-port Gigabit switch and a dial copper to fiber SFP media/mode converter. The software management software for IMC-780 series, iVew2, allows users to perform remote configuration and alerts administrators to any potential problems on the ling-haul fiber run, providing vital information on link condition and reporting data traffic statistics.
    • BB-854-11121

      The IMC-574I is a value-based, managed Gigabit Ethernet solution that is ideal for use in a fiber infrastructure. The IMC-574I comes with two SFP ports and two fixed 10/100/1000Base-T copper ports. There are four distinct DIP switch selectable configurations to feature the IMC-574I to be: a 1 1 uplink port revertive mode, a 1 1 uplink protection non-revertive mode, a 4-port Gigabit switch, and a dual copper to fiber SFP media/mode converter (two Gigabit fiber media converters in one) The term "1 1" refers to line protection where identical information is transmitted on two lines. The  receiver chooses its communication line based on the revertive or non-revertive configuration. When a fault is detected on the active line, the traffic is switched to the redundant line. In the non-revertive mode, data is not resumed back to the original line unless the backup line fails or is disconnected. Once the original line is no longer in a fault condition, data can be resumed back to the original line.
    • BB-858-11121

      The IMC-574I is a value-based, managed Gigabit Ethernet solution that is ideal for use in a fiber infrastructure. The IMC-574I comes with two SFP ports and two fixed 10/100/1000Base-T copper ports. There are four distinct DIP switch selectable configurations to feature the IMC-574I to be: a 1 1 uplink port revertive mode, a 1 1 uplink protection non-revertive mode, a 4-port Gigabit switch, and a dual copper to fiber SFP media/mode converter (two Gigabit fiber media converters in one) The term "1 1" refers to line protection where identical information is transmitted on two lines. The  receiver chooses its communication line based on the revertive or non-revertive configuration. When a fault is detected on the active line, the traffic is switched to the redundant line. In the non-revertive mode, data is not resumed back to the original line unless the backup line fails or is disconnected. Once the original line is no longer in a fault condition, data can be resumed back to the original line.
  • 10/100 Mbps Ethernet Media Converter

    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.

    • BB-850-15636

      The IMC-750/751 series are slide-in module Ethernet to fiber media converters for IMC-7xx chassis, which supports hot-swappable and easy installation, It allows network operators to incorporate multiple fiber types and wavelengths within a network. They can be monitored and controlled via central site with IM-710 SNMO management module by iVew2, Telnet or CLI while installed in IMC071x series chassis. Link Fault Pass Through (LFPT) is a diagnostic feature that can enable or disable links to assist the end users in troubleshooting a failed segment and configuration control to retain the latest configuration regardless of how the initial configuration was setup. The IMC-750 series features in converting a 10/100 ~ 100Mbps copper-to-fiber media rate to auto-negotiation functionality on the twisted pair port for operation, and can fix it at 100Mbps copper-to-fiber with IMC0751 series. The IMC-751I-2SFP converter is protocol-independent with dual SFP ports which can provide a single conversion between different wavelengths or single-mode and multi-mode fiber, single-mode to single0mode fiber or multi-mode to single-strand single-mode fiber. The SFP port must use an SFP of the same speed while allowing for different fiber types. Additionally, IMC-751I-2SFP is an industrial equipment device. The unit operates in environments that demand extended operating temperatures.
    • BB-850-15635

      The IMC-750/751 series are slide-in module Ethernet to fiber media converters for IMC-7xx chassis, which supports hot-swappable and easy installation, It allows network operators to incorporate multiple fiber types and wavelengths within a network. They can be monitored and controlled via central site with IM-710 SNMO management module by iVew2, Telnet or CLI while installed in IMC071x series chassis. Link Fault Pass Through (LFPT) is a diagnostic feature that can enable or disable links to assist the end users in troubleshooting a failed segment and configuration control to retain the latest configuration regardless of how the initial configuration was setup. The IMC-750 series features in converting a 10/100 ~ 100Mbps copper-to-fiber media rate to auto-negotiation functionality on the twisted pair port for operation, and can fix it at 100Mbps copper-to-fiber with IMC0751 series. The IMC-751I-2SFP converter is protocol-independent with dual SFP ports which can provide a single conversion between different wavelengths or single-mode and multi-mode fiber, single-mode to single0mode fiber or multi-mode to single-strand single-mode fiber. The SFP port must use an SFP of the same speed while allowing for different fiber types. Additionally, IMC-751I-2SFP is an industrial equipment device. The unit operates in environments that demand extended operating temperatures.
    • BB-850-15634

      The IMC-750/751 series are slide-in module Ethernet to fiber media converters for IMC-7xx chassis, which supports hot-swappable and easy installation, It allows network operators to incorporate multiple fiber types and wavelengths within a network. They can be monitored and controlled via central site with IM-710 SNMO management module by iVew2, Telnet or CLI while installed in IMC071x series chassis. Link Fault Pass Through (LFPT) is a diagnostic feature that can enable or disable links to assist the end users in troubleshooting a failed segment and configuration control to retain the latest configuration regardless of how the initial configuration was setup. The IMC-750 series features in converting a 10/100 ~ 100Mbps copper-to-fiber media rate to auto-negotiation functionality on the twisted pair port for operation, and can fix it at 100Mbps copper-to-fiber with IMC0751 series. The IMC-751I-2SFP converter is protocol-independent with dual SFP ports which can provide a single conversion between different wavelengths or single-mode and multi-mode fiber, single-mode to single0mode fiber or multi-mode to single-strand single-mode fiber. The SFP port must use an SFP of the same speed while allowing for different fiber types. Additionally, IMC-751I-2SFP is an industrial equipment device. The unit operates in environments that demand extended operating temperatures.
    • BB-850-15633

      The IMC-750/751 series are slide-in module Ethernet to fiber media converters for IMC-7xx chassis, which supports hot-swappable and easy installation, It allows network operators to incorporate multiple fiber types and wavelengths within a network. They can be monitored and controlled via central site with IM-710 SNMO management module by iVew2, Telnet or CLI while installed in IMC071x series chassis. Link Fault Pass Through (LFPT) is a diagnostic feature that can enable or disable links to assist the end users in troubleshooting a failed segment and configuration control to retain the latest configuration regardless of how the initial configuration was setup. The IMC-750 series features in converting a 10/100 ~ 100Mbps copper-to-fiber media rate to auto-negotiation functionality on the twisted pair port for operation, and can fix it at 100Mbps copper-to-fiber with IMC0751 series. The IMC-751I-2SFP converter is protocol-independent with dual SFP ports which can provide a single conversion between different wavelengths or single-mode and multi-mode fiber, single-mode to single0mode fiber or multi-mode to single-strand single-mode fiber. The SFP port must use an SFP of the same speed while allowing for different fiber types. Additionally, IMC-751I-2SFP is an industrial equipment device. The unit operates in environments that demand extended operating temperatures.
    • BB-850-15618

      The IMC-750/751 series are slide-in module Ethernet to fiber media converters for IMC-7xx chassis, which supports hot-swappable and easy installation, It allows network operators to incorporate multiple fiber types and wavelengths within a network. They can be monitored and controlled via central site with IM-710 SNMO management module by iVew2, Telnet or CLI while installed in IMC071x series chassis. Link Fault Pass Through (LFPT) is a diagnostic feature that can enable or disable links to assist the end users in troubleshooting a failed segment and configuration control to retain the latest configuration regardless of how the initial configuration was setup. The IMC-750 series features in converting a 10/100 ~ 100Mbps copper-to-fiber media rate to auto-negotiation functionality on the twisted pair port for operation, and can fix it at 100Mbps copper-to-fiber with IMC0751 series. The IMC-751I-2SFP converter is protocol-independent with dual SFP ports which can provide a single conversion between different wavelengths or single-mode and multi-mode fiber, single-mode to single0mode fiber or multi-mode to single-strand single-mode fiber. The SFP port must use an SFP of the same speed while allowing for different fiber types. Additionally, IMC-751I-2SFP is an industrial equipment device. The unit operates in environments that demand extended operating temperatures.
    • BB-850-15614

      The IMC-750/751 series are slide-in module Ethernet to fiber media converters for IMC-7xx chassis, which supports hot-swappable and easy installation, It allows network operators to incorporate multiple fiber types and wavelengths within a network. They can be monitored and controlled via central site with IM-710 SNMO management module by iVew2, Telnet or CLI while installed in IMC071x series chassis. Link Fault Pass Through (LFPT) is a diagnostic feature that can enable or disable links to assist the end users in troubleshooting a failed segment and configuration control to retain the latest configuration regardless of how the initial configuration was setup. The IMC-750 series features in converting a 10/100 ~ 100Mbps copper-to-fiber media rate to auto-negotiation functionality on the twisted pair port for operation, and can fix it at 100Mbps copper-to-fiber with IMC0751 series. The IMC-751I-2SFP converter is protocol-independent with dual SFP ports which can provide a single conversion between different wavelengths or single-mode and multi-mode fiber, single-mode to single0mode fiber or multi-mode to single-strand single-mode fiber. The SFP port must use an SFP of the same speed while allowing for different fiber types. Additionally, IMC-751I-2SFP is an industrial equipment device. The unit operates in environments that demand extended operating temperatures.
    • BB-850-15613

      The IMC-750/751 series are slide-in module Ethernet to fiber media converters for IMC-7xx chassis, which supports hot-swappable and easy installation, It allows network operators to incorporate multiple fiber types and wavelengths within a network. They can be monitored and controlled via central site with IM-710 SNMO management module by iVew2, Telnet or CLI while installed in IMC071x series chassis. Link Fault Pass Through (LFPT) is a diagnostic feature that can enable or disable links to assist the end users in troubleshooting a failed segment and configuration control to retain the latest configuration regardless of how the initial configuration was setup. The IMC-750 series features in converting a 10/100 ~ 100Mbps copper-to-fiber media rate to auto-negotiation functionality on the twisted pair port for operation, and can fix it at 100Mbps copper-to-fiber with IMC0751 series. The IMC-751I-2SFP converter is protocol-independent with dual SFP ports which can provide a single conversion between different wavelengths or single-mode and multi-mode fiber, single-mode to single0mode fiber or multi-mode to single-strand single-mode fiber. The SFP port must use an SFP of the same speed while allowing for different fiber types. Additionally, IMC-751I-2SFP is an industrial equipment device. The unit operates in environments that demand extended operating temperatures.
    • BB-850-15612

      IMCV-LIM TX/FX- MM850-SC
    • BB-850-15530

      The IMC-771/771 series are slide-in module Ethernet-to-fiber media converter for IMC-7xx chassis, which supports hot-swappable and easy installation, It allows network operators to incorporate multiple fiber types and wavelengths within a network. The IMC-770/771 can be monitored and controlled via central site with IMC-710 SNMP management module by iVew2, Telnet or CLI while installed in IMC-71x series chassis. Offering a range of speed up to Gigabit Ethernet and available with SFP or build-in fiber connector: multi-mode, single-mode fiber or double fiber capacity with single-strand which supports the transmission distance from 550m to 70km. The IMC-770/771 series feature in the Link Fault Pass Through (LFPT) functionality, a diagnostic feature that can enable or disable links to assist the end user in troubleshooting a failed segment and configuration control to retain the latest configuration regardless of how the initial configuration was setup. The IMC-770I-2SFP converter is protocol-independent with dial SFP ports which can provide a single conversion between different wavelengths or single-mode and multi-mode fiber, single-mode to single-mode fiber or multi-mode to single-strand fiber. Its SFP port must use an SFP of the same speed while allowing different fiber types. Additionally, the IMC-770I-2SFP and IMC-771I-SFP are industrial equipment devices. The unit operates in environments that demand extended operating temperatures.
    • BB-850-15529

      The IMC-771/771 series are slide-in module Ethernet-to-fiber media converter for IMC-7xx chassis, which supports hot-swappable and easy installation, It allows network operators to incorporate multiple fiber types and wavelengths within a network. The IMC-770/771 can be monitored and controlled via central site with IMC-710 SNMP management module by iVew2, Telnet or CLI while installed in IMC-71x series chassis. Offering a range of speed up to Gigabit Ethernet and available with SFP or build-in fiber connector: multi-mode, single-mode fiber or double fiber capacity with single-strand which supports the transmission distance from 550m to 70km. The IMC-770/771 series feature in the Link Fault Pass Through (LFPT) functionality, a diagnostic feature that can enable or disable links to assist the end user in troubleshooting a failed segment and configuration control to retain the latest configuration regardless of how the initial configuration was setup. The IMC-770I-2SFP converter is protocol-independent with dial SFP ports which can provide a single conversion between different wavelengths or single-mode and multi-mode fiber, single-mode to single-mode fiber or multi-mode to single-strand fiber. Its SFP port must use an SFP of the same speed while allowing different fiber types. Additionally, the IMC-770I-2SFP and IMC-771I-SFP are industrial equipment devices. The unit operates in environments that demand extended operating temperatures.
    • BB-850-15526

      The IMC-771/771 series are slide-in module Ethernet-to-fiber media converter for IMC-7xx chassis, which supports hot-swappable and easy installation, It allows network operators to incorporate multiple fiber types and wavelengths within a network. The IMC-770/771 can be monitored and controlled via central site with IMC-710 SNMP management module by iVew2, Telnet or CLI while installed in IMC-71x series chassis. Offering a range of speed up to Gigabit Ethernet and available with SFP or build-in fiber connector: multi-mode, single-mode fiber or double fiber capacity with single-strand which supports the transmission distance from 550m to 70km. The IMC-770/771 series feature in the Link Fault Pass Through (LFPT) functionality, a diagnostic feature that can enable or disable links to assist the end user in troubleshooting a failed segment and configuration control to retain the latest configuration regardless of how the initial configuration was setup. The IMC-770I-2SFP converter is protocol-independent with dial SFP ports which can provide a single conversion between different wavelengths or single-mode and multi-mode fiber, single-mode to single-mode fiber or multi-mode to single-strand fiber. Its SFP port must use an SFP of the same speed while allowing different fiber types. Additionally, the IMC-770I-2SFP and IMC-771I-SFP are industrial equipment devices. The unit operates in environments that demand extended operating temperatures.
    • BB-850-15525

      The IMC-771/771 series are slide-in module Ethernet-to-fiber media converter for IMC-7xx chassis, which supports hot-swappable and easy installation, It allows network operators to incorporate multiple fiber types and wavelengths within a network. The IMC-770/771 can be monitored and controlled via central site with IMC-710 SNMP management module by iVew2, Telnet or CLI while installed in IMC-71x series chassis. Offering a range of speed up to Gigabit Ethernet and available with SFP or build-in fiber connector: multi-mode, single-mode fiber or double fiber capacity with single-strand which supports the transmission distance from 550m to 70km. The IMC-770/771 series feature in the Link Fault Pass Through (LFPT) functionality, a diagnostic feature that can enable or disable links to assist the end user in troubleshooting a failed segment and configuration control to retain the latest configuration regardless of how the initial configuration was setup. The IMC-770I-2SFP converter is protocol-independent with dial SFP ports which can provide a single conversion between different wavelengths or single-mode and multi-mode fiber, single-mode to single-mode fiber or multi-mode to single-strand fiber. Its SFP port must use an SFP of the same speed while allowing different fiber types. Additionally, the IMC-770I-2SFP and IMC-771I-SFP are industrial equipment devices. The unit operates in environments that demand extended operating temperatures.
    • BB-850-15522

      The IMC-771/771 series are slide-in module Ethernet-to-fiber media converter for IMC-7xx chassis, which supports hot-swappable and easy installation, It allows network operators to incorporate multiple fiber types and wavelengths within a network. The IMC-770/771 can be monitored and controlled via central site with IMC-710 SNMP management module by iVew2, Telnet or CLI while installed in IMC-71x series chassis. Offering a range of speed up to Gigabit Ethernet and available with SFP or build-in fiber connector: multi-mode, single-mode fiber or double fiber capacity with single-strand which supports the transmission distance from 550m to 70km. The IMC-770/771 series feature in the Link Fault Pass Through (LFPT) functionality, a diagnostic feature that can enable or disable links to assist the end user in troubleshooting a failed segment and configuration control to retain the latest configuration regardless of how the initial configuration was setup. The IMC-770I-2SFP converter is protocol-independent with dial SFP ports which can provide a single conversion between different wavelengths or single-mode and multi-mode fiber, single-mode to single-mode fiber or multi-mode to single-strand fiber. Its SFP port must use an SFP of the same speed while allowing different fiber types. Additionally, the IMC-770I-2SFP and IMC-771I-SFP are industrial equipment devices. The unit operates in environments that demand extended operating temperatures.
    • BB-850-15521

      The IMC-771/771 series are slide-in module Ethernet-to-fiber media converter for IMC-7xx chassis, which supports hot-swappable and easy installation, It allows network operators to incorporate multiple fiber types and wavelengths within a network. The IMC-770/771 can be monitored and controlled via central site with IMC-710 SNMP management module by iVew2, Telnet or CLI while installed in IMC-71x series chassis. Offering a range of speed up to Gigabit Ethernet and available with SFP or build-in fiber connector: multi-mode, single-mode fiber or double fiber capacity with single-strand which supports the transmission distance from 550m to 70km. The IMC-770/771 series feature in the Link Fault Pass Through (LFPT) functionality, a diagnostic feature that can enable or disable links to assist the end user in troubleshooting a failed segment and configuration control to retain the latest configuration regardless of how the initial configuration was setup. The IMC-770I-2SFP converter is protocol-independent with dial SFP ports which can provide a single conversion between different wavelengths or single-mode and multi-mode fiber, single-mode to single-mode fiber or multi-mode to single-strand fiber. Its SFP port must use an SFP of the same speed while allowing different fiber types. Additionally, the IMC-770I-2SFP and IMC-771I-SFP are industrial equipment devices. The unit operates in environments that demand extended operating temperatures.
    • BB-850-15515

      The IMC-771/771 series are slide-in module Ethernet-to-fiber media converter for IMC-7xx chassis, which supports hot-swappable and easy installation, It allows network operators to incorporate multiple fiber types and wavelengths within a network. The IMC-770/771 can be monitored and controlled via central site with IMC-710 SNMP management module by iVew2, Telnet or CLI while installed in IMC-71x series chassis. Offering a range of speed up to Gigabit Ethernet and available with SFP or build-in fiber connector: multi-mode, single-mode fiber or double fiber capacity with single-strand which supports the transmission distance from 550m to 70km. The IMC-770/771 series feature in the Link Fault Pass Through (LFPT) functionality, a diagnostic feature that can enable or disable links to assist the end user in troubleshooting a failed segment and configuration control to retain the latest configuration regardless of how the initial configuration was setup. The IMC-770I-2SFP converter is protocol-independent with dial SFP ports which can provide a single conversion between different wavelengths or single-mode and multi-mode fiber, single-mode to single-mode fiber or multi-mode to single-strand fiber. Its SFP port must use an SFP of the same speed while allowing different fiber types. Additionally, the IMC-770I-2SFP and IMC-771I-SFP are industrial equipment devices. The unit operates in environments that demand extended operating temperatures.
    • BB-850-15513

      The IMC-771/771 series are slide-in module Ethernet-to-fiber media converter for IMC-7xx chassis, which supports hot-swappable and easy installation, It allows network operators to incorporate multiple fiber types and wavelengths within a network. The IMC-770/771 can be monitored and controlled via central site with IMC-710 SNMP management module by iVew2, Telnet or CLI while installed in IMC-71x series chassis. Offering a range of speed up to Gigabit Ethernet and available with SFP or build-in fiber connector: multi-mode, single-mode fiber or double fiber capacity with single-strand which supports the transmission distance from 550m to 70km. The IMC-770/771 series feature in the Link Fault Pass Through (LFPT) functionality, a diagnostic feature that can enable or disable links to assist the end user in troubleshooting a failed segment and configuration control to retain the latest configuration regardless of how the initial configuration was setup. The IMC-770I-2SFP converter is protocol-independent with dial SFP ports which can provide a single conversion between different wavelengths or single-mode and multi-mode fiber, single-mode to single-mode fiber or multi-mode to single-strand fiber. Its SFP port must use an SFP of the same speed while allowing different fiber types. Additionally, the IMC-770I-2SFP and IMC-771I-SFP are industrial equipment devices. The unit operates in environments that demand extended operating temperatures.
    • BB-850-15512

      The IMC-771/771 series are slide-in module Ethernet-to-fiber media converter for IMC-7xx chassis, which supports hot-swappable and easy installation, It allows network operators to incorporate multiple fiber types and wavelengths within a network. The IMC-770/771 can be monitored and controlled via central site with IMC-710 SNMP management module by iVew2, Telnet or CLI while installed in IMC-71x series chassis. Offering a range of speed up to Gigabit Ethernet and available with SFP or build-in fiber connector: multi-mode, single-mode fiber or double fiber capacity with single-strand which supports the transmission distance from 550m to 70km. The IMC-770/771 series feature in the Link Fault Pass Through (LFPT) functionality, a diagnostic feature that can enable or disable links to assist the end user in troubleshooting a failed segment and configuration control to retain the latest configuration regardless of how the initial configuration was setup. The IMC-770I-2SFP converter is protocol-independent with dial SFP ports which can provide a single conversion between different wavelengths or single-mode and multi-mode fiber, single-mode to single-mode fiber or multi-mode to single-strand fiber. Its SFP port must use an SFP of the same speed while allowing different fiber types. Additionally, the IMC-770I-2SFP and IMC-771I-SFP are industrial equipment devices. The unit operates in environments that demand extended operating temperatures.
    • BB-850-15511

      The IMC-771/771 series are slide-in module Ethernet-to-fiber media converter for IMC-7xx chassis, which supports hot-swappable and easy installation, It allows network operators to incorporate multiple fiber types and wavelengths within a network. The IMC-770/771 can be monitored and controlled via central site with IMC-710 SNMP management module by iVew2, Telnet or CLI while installed in IMC-71x series chassis. Offering a range of speed up to Gigabit Ethernet and available with SFP or build-in fiber connector: multi-mode, single-mode fiber or double fiber capacity with single-strand which supports the transmission distance from 550m to 70km. The IMC-770/771 series feature in the Link Fault Pass Through (LFPT) functionality, a diagnostic feature that can enable or disable links to assist the end user in troubleshooting a failed segment and configuration control to retain the latest configuration regardless of how the initial configuration was setup. The IMC-770I-2SFP converter is protocol-independent with dial SFP ports which can provide a single conversion between different wavelengths or single-mode and multi-mode fiber, single-mode to single-mode fiber or multi-mode to single-strand fiber. Its SFP port must use an SFP of the same speed while allowing different fiber types. Additionally, the IMC-770I-2SFP and IMC-771I-SFP are industrial equipment devices. The unit operates in environments that demand extended operating temperatures.
    • BB-850-14413

      The IMC-721I series converts the 1.544Mbps T1/J1 and 2.048Mbps E1 traffic from conventional copper-based interfaces over regular fiber optics for long distance transmission up to 60km. The IMC-721I-T1MUX and IMC-721I-E1MUX are double wide media converter for IMC-71x chassis series that transport four independent T1 lines over a single of dual fiber optic line. They supports for a full bandwidth 10/100BaseT Ethernet connection over the same optical link. The fiber redundancy (1 1) functionality on removable SFP modules offers the enhanced reliability of a protected fiber link while supporting the complete range of optical types and distances. They also feature an independent serial link (RS-232) which is useful for local monitoring and configuration of the unit by technical support personnel. The IMC-723 series enables user to convert coaxial media to single-mode fiber and extend the distance of data transmissions over access networks ip to 40km. The series supports premises networking application to convert the incoming circuit to fiber for distribution into the structured cabling system. The IMC-720 series are installed as a host-remote pair and can be remotely managed when the host is installed in an IMC-713/716/719 series with an SNMP management module. Since IMC-700 media converter series management technology functions transparently to the user data, real-time and end-to-end management is provided at all time.
    • BB-850-14412

      The IMC-721I series converts the 1.544Mbps T1/J1 and 2.048Mbps E1 traffic from conventional copper-based interfaces over regular fiber optics for long distance transmission up to 60km. The IMC-721I-T1MUX and IMC-721I-E1MUX are double wide media converter for IMC-71x chassis series that transport four independent T1 lines over a single of dual fiber optic line. They supports for a full bandwidth 10/100BaseT Ethernet connection over the same optical link. The fiber redundancy (1 1) functionality on removable SFP modules offers the enhanced reliability of a protected fiber link while supporting the complete range of optical types and distances. They also feature an independent serial link (RS-232) which is useful for local monitoring and configuration of the unit by technical support personnel. The IMC-723 series enables user to convert coaxial media to single-mode fiber and extend the distance of data transmissions over access networks ip to 40km. The series supports premises networking application to convert the incoming circuit to fiber for distribution into the structured cabling system. The IMC-720 series are installed as a host-remote pair and can be remotely managed when the host is installed in an IMC-713/716/719 series with an SNMP management module. Since IMC-700 media converter series management technology functions transparently to the user data, real-time and end-to-end management is provided at all time.
    • BB-850-14403

      The IMC-721I series converts the 1.544Mbps T1/J1 and 2.048Mbps E1 traffic from conventional copper-based interfaces over regular fiber optics for long distance transmission up to 60km. The IMC-721I-T1MUX and IMC-721I-E1MUX are double wide media converter for IMC-71x chassis series that transport four independent T1 lines over a single of dual fiber optic line. They supports for a full bandwidth 10/100BaseT Ethernet connection over the same optical link. The fiber redundancy (1 1) functionality on removable SFP modules offers the enhanced reliability of a protected fiber link while supporting the complete range of optical types and distances. They also feature an independent serial link (RS-232) which is useful for local monitoring and configuration of the unit by technical support personnel. The IMC-723 series enables user to convert coaxial media to single-mode fiber and extend the distance of data transmissions over access networks ip to 40km. The series supports premises networking application to convert the incoming circuit to fiber for distribution into the structured cabling system. The IMC-720 series are installed as a host-remote pair and can be remotely managed when the host is installed in an IMC-713/716/719 series with an SNMP management module. Since IMC-700 media converter series management technology functions transparently to the user data, real-time and end-to-end management is provided at all time.
    • BB-856-11940

      The IMC-771/771 series are slide-in module Ethernet-to-fiber media converter for IMC-7xx chassis, which supports hot-swappable and easy installation, It allows network operators to incorporate multiple fiber types and wavelengths within a network. The IMC-770/771 can be monitored and controlled via central site with IMC-710 SNMP management module by iVew2, Telnet or CLI while installed in IMC-71x series chassis. Offering a range of speed up to Gigabit Ethernet and available with SFP or build-in fiber connector: multi-mode, single-mode fiber or double fiber capacity with single-strand which supports the transmission distance from 550m to 70km. The IMC-770/771 series feature in the Link Fault Pass Through (LFPT) functionality, a diagnostic feature that can enable or disable links to assist the end user in troubleshooting a failed segment and configuration control to retain the latest configuration regardless of how the initial configuration was setup. The IMC-770I-2SFP converter is protocol-independent with dial SFP ports which can provide a single conversion between different wavelengths or single-mode and multi-mode fiber, single-mode to single-mode fiber or multi-mode to single-strand fiber. Its SFP port must use an SFP of the same speed while allowing different fiber types. Additionally, the IMC-770I-2SFP and IMC-771I-SFP are industrial equipment devices. The unit operates in environments that demand extended operating temperatures.
    • BB-856-15731

      The IMC-750/751 series are slide-in module Ethernet to fiber media converters for IMC-7xx chassis, which supports hot-swappable and easy installation, It allows network operators to incorporate multiple fiber types and wavelengths within a network. They can be monitored and controlled via central site with IM-710 SNMO management module by iVew2, Telnet or CLI while installed in IMC071x series chassis. Link Fault Pass Through (LFPT) is a diagnostic feature that can enable or disable links to assist the end users in troubleshooting a failed segment and configuration control to retain the latest configuration regardless of how the initial configuration was setup. The IMC-750 series features in converting a 10/100 ~ 100Mbps copper-to-fiber media rate to auto-negotiation functionality on the twisted pair port for operation, and can fix it at 100Mbps copper-to-fiber with IMC0751 series. The IMC-751I-2SFP converter is protocol-independent with dual SFP ports which can provide a single conversion between different wavelengths or single-mode and multi-mode fiber, single-mode to single0mode fiber or multi-mode to single-strand single-mode fiber. The SFP port must use an SFP of the same speed while allowing for different fiber types. Additionally, IMC-751I-2SFP is an industrial equipment device. The unit operates in environments that demand extended operating temperatures.
    • BB-856-15732

      The IMC-750/751 series are slide-in module Ethernet to fiber media converters for IMC-7xx chassis, which supports hot-swappable and easy installation, It allows network operators to incorporate multiple fiber types and wavelengths within a network. They can be monitored and controlled via central site with IM-710 SNMO management module by iVew2, Telnet or CLI while installed in IMC071x series chassis. Link Fault Pass Through (LFPT) is a diagnostic feature that can enable or disable links to assist the end users in troubleshooting a failed segment and configuration control to retain the latest configuration regardless of how the initial configuration was setup. The IMC-750 series features in converting a 10/100 ~ 100Mbps copper-to-fiber media rate to auto-negotiation functionality on the twisted pair port for operation, and can fix it at 100Mbps copper-to-fiber with IMC0751 series. SFP converter is protocol-independent with dual SFP ports which can provide a single conversion between different wavelengths or single-mode and multi-mode fiber, single-mode to single0mode fiber or multi-mode to single-strand single-mode fiber. The SFP port must use an SFP of the same speed while allowing for different fiber types. Additionally, IMC-751I-2SFP is an industrial equipment device. The unit operates in environments that demand extended operating temperatures.
    • BB-856-11951

      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. BB-856-11951 is an SNMP-managed Ethernet copper to fiber media converters that includes 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, an RJ-45 copper port, an SC fiber port, and is hot-swappable.
  • Modular Chassis

    Reduce expenses and overcome media and mode conversion challenges with the iMediaChassis series. These modular chassis networking solutions allow you to change protocols by changing the module, rather than the entire unit.

    • BB-895-39228

      Rack mount bracket for McBasic fiber media converters and MediaChassis products
    • BB-850-33100

      The IMC-71x series provides conversion of Ethernet-to-fiber and a variety of networking technologies. It enables network operators to drastically reduce the capital and operational expenses bu providing all copper-to-fiber and multi-mode to single-mode conversions and network distance extensions. This modular approach allows network operators to inexpensively change protocols by simply changing the module rather than the entire unit. With AC or DC powering options, it is a economic way to overcome a variety of media and mode conversion challenges. The IMC-712/716/719 series have the highest port density in the industry-- along with a robust design, hot-swappable architecture, SNMP management via iView2, and redundant power supplies for fault tolerance which diverse applications, using a variety of protocols, is required. The temperature controlled fans in the IMC-713/716 chassis activate only when chassis reaches a certain temperature, thereby extending the life of the fans. The fans on the IMC-719 series can even be remotely controlled via SNMP.
    • BB-850-32106

      The IMC-71x series provides conversion of Ethernet-to-fiber and a variety of networking technologies. It enables network operators to drastically reduce the capital and operational expenses bu providing all copper-to-fiber and multi-mode to single-mode conversions and network distance extensions. This modular approach allows network operators to inexpensively change protocols by simply changing the module rather than the entire unit. With AC or DC powering options, it is a economic way to overcome a variety of media and mode conversion challenges. The IMC-712/716/719 series have the highest port density in the industry-- along with a robust design, hot-swappable architecture, SNMP management via iView2, and redundant power supplies for fault tolerance which diverse applications, using a variety of protocols, is required. The temperature controlled fans in the IMC-713/716 chassis activate only when chassis reaches a certain temperature, thereby extending the life of the fans. The fans on the IMC-719 series can even be remotely controlled via SNMP.
    • BB-850-32105

      The IMC-71x series provides conversion of Ethernet-to-fiber and a variety of networking technologies. It enables network operators to drastically reduce the capital and operational expenses bu providing all copper-to-fiber and multi-mode to single-mode conversions and network distance extensions. This modular approach allows network operators to inexpensively change protocols by simply changing the module rather than the entire unit. With AC or DC powering options, it is a economic way to overcome a variety of media and mode conversion challenges. The IMC-712/716/719 series have the highest port density in the industry-- along with a robust design, hot-swappable architecture, SNMP management via iView2, and redundant power supplies for fault tolerance which diverse applications, using a variety of protocols, is required. The temperature controlled fans in the IMC-713/716 chassis activate only when chassis reaches a certain temperature, thereby extending the life of the fans. The fans on the IMC-719 series can even be remotely controlled via SNMP.
    • BB-850-13106

      The IMC-71x series provides conversion of Ethernet-to-fiber and a variety of networking technologies. It enables network operators to drastically reduce the capital and operational expenses bu providing all copper-to-fiber and multi-mode to single-mode conversions and network distance extensions. This modular approach allows network operators to inexpensively change protocols by simply changing the module rather than the entire unit. With AC or DC powering options, it is a economic way to overcome a variety of media and mode conversion challenges. The IMC-712/716/719 series have the highest port density in the industry-- along with a robust design, hot-swappable architecture, SNMP management via iView2, and redundant power supplies for fault tolerance which diverse applications, using a variety of protocols, is required. The temperature controlled fans in the IMC-713/716 chassis activate only when chassis reaches a certain temperature, thereby extending the life of the fans. The fans on the IMC-719 series can even be remotely controlled via SNMP.
    • BB-850-13101

      The IMC-71x series provides conversion of Ethernet-to-fiber and a variety of networking technologies. It enables network operators to drastically reduce the capital and operational expenses bu providing all copper-to-fiber and multi-mode to single-mode conversions and network distance extensions. This modular approach allows network operators to inexpensively change protocols by simply changing the module rather than the entire unit. With AC or DC powering options, it is a economic way to overcome a variety of media and mode conversion challenges. The IMC-712/716/719 series have the highest port density in the industry-- along with a robust design, hot-swappable architecture, SNMP management via iView2, and redundant power supplies for fault tolerance which diverse applications, using a variety of protocols, is required. The temperature controlled fans in the IMC-713/716 chassis activate only when chassis reaches a certain temperature, thereby extending the life of the fans. The fans on the IMC-719 series can even be remotely controlled via SNMP.
    • BB-850-10953-DC

      The IMC-71x series provides conversion of Ethernet-to-fiber and a variety of networking technologies. It enables network operators to drastically reduce the capital and operational expenses bu providing all copper-to-fiber and multi-mode to single-mode conversions and network distance extensions. This modular approach allows network operators to inexpensively change protocols by simply changing the module rather than the entire unit. With AC or DC powering options, it is a economic way to overcome a variety of media and mode conversion challenges. The IMC-712/716/719 series have the highest port density in the industry-- along with a robust design, hot-swappable architecture, SNMP management via iView2, and redundant power supplies for fault tolerance which diverse applications, using a variety of protocols, is required. The temperature controlled fans in the IMC-713/716 chassis activate only when chassis reaches a certain temperature, thereby extending the life of the fans. The fans on the IMC-719 series can even be remotely controlled via SNMP.
    • BB-850-10953-AC

      The IMC-71x series provides conversion of Ethernet-to-fiber and a variety of networking technologies. It enables network operators to drastically reduce the capital and operational expenses bu providing all copper-to-fiber and multi-mode to single-mode conversions and network distance extensions. This modular approach allows network operators to inexpensively change protocols by simply changing the module rather than the entire unit. With AC or DC powering options, it is a economic way to overcome a variety of media and mode conversion challenges. The IMC-712/716/719 series have the highest port density in the industry-- along with a robust design, hot-swappable architecture, SNMP management via iView2, and redundant power supplies for fault tolerance which diverse applications, using a variety of protocols, is required. The temperature controlled fans in the IMC-713/716 chassis activate only when chassis reaches a certain temperature, thereby extending the life of the fans. The fans on the IMC-719 series can even be remotely controlled via SNMP.
    • BB-850-10949-DC

      The IMC-71x series provides conversion of Ethernet-to-fiber and a variety of networking technologies. It enables network operators to drastically reduce the capital and operational expenses bu providing all copper-to-fiber and multi-mode to single-mode conversions and network distance extensions. This modular approach allows network operators to inexpensively change protocols by simply changing the module rather than the entire unit. With AC or DC powering options, it is a economic way to overcome a variety of media and mode conversion challenges. The IMC-712/716/719 series have the highest port density in the industry-- along with a robust design, hot-swappable architecture, SNMP management via iView2, and redundant power supplies for fault tolerance which diverse applications, using a variety of protocols, is required. The temperature controlled fans in the IMC-713/716 chassis activate only when chassis reaches a certain temperature, thereby extending the life of the fans. The fans on the IMC-719 series can even be remotely controlled via SNMP.
    • BB-850-10949-ACDC

      The IMC-71x series provides conversion of Ethernet-to-fiber and a variety of networking technologies. It enables network operators to drastically reduce the capital and operational expenses bu providing all copper-to-fiber and multi-mode to single-mode conversions and network distance extensions. This modular approach allows network operators to inexpensively change protocols by simply changing the module rather than the entire unit. With AC or DC powering options, it is a economic way to overcome a variety of media and mode conversion challenges. The IMC-712/716/719 series have the highest port density in the industry-- along with a robust design, hot-swappable architecture, SNMP management via iView2, and redundant power supplies for fault tolerance which diverse applications, using a variety of protocols, is required. The temperature controlled fans in the IMC-713/716 chassis activate only when chassis reaches a certain temperature, thereby extending the life of the fans. The fans on the IMC-719 series can even be remotely controlled via SNMP.
    • BB-850-10949-AC

      iMediaChassis/3-AC
    • BB-605-10145-DC

      ZIPPY DC POWER MODULE
    • BB-605-10145-2DC

      The IMC-71x series provides conversion of Ethernet-to-fiber and a variety of networking technologies. It enables network operators to drastically reduce the capital and operational expenses bu providing all copper-to-fiber and multi-mode to single-mode conversions and network distance extensions. This modular approach allows network operators to inexpensively change protocols by simply changing the module rather than the entire unit. With AC or DC powering options, it is a economic way to overcome a variety of media and mode conversion challenges. The IMC-712/716/719 series have the highest port density in the industry-- along with a robust design, hot-swappable architecture, SNMP management via iView2, and redundant power supplies for fault tolerance which diverse applications, using a variety of protocols, is required. The temperature controlled fans in the IMC-713/716 chassis activate only when chassis reaches a certain temperature, thereby extending the life of the fans. The fans on the IMC-719 series can even be remotely controlled via SNMP.
    • BB-605-10144-AC

      ZIPPY AC POWER MODULE
    • BB-605-10144-2AC

      The IMC-71x series provides conversion of Ethernet-to-fiber and a variety of networking technologies. It enables network operators to drastically reduce the capital and operational expenses bu providing all copper-to-fiber and multi-mode to single-mode conversions and network distance extensions. This modular approach allows network operators to inexpensively change protocols by simply changing the module rather than the entire unit. With AC or DC powering options, it is a economic way to overcome a variety of media and mode conversion challenges. The IMC-712/716/719 series have the highest port density in the industry-- along with a robust design, hot-swappable architecture, SNMP management via iView2, and redundant power supplies for fault tolerance which diverse applications, using a variety of protocols, is required. The temperature controlled fans in the IMC-713/716 chassis activate only when chassis reaches a certain temperature, thereby extending the life of the fans. The fans on the IMC-719 series can even be remotely controlled via SNMP.
    • BB-605-10144-10

      The IMC-71x series provides conversion of Ethernet-to-fiber and a variety of networking technologies. It enables network operators to drastically reduce the capital and operational expenses bu providing all copper-to-fiber and multi-mode to single-mode conversions and network distance extensions. This modular approach allows network operators to inexpensively change protocols by simply changing the module rather than the entire unit. With AC or DC powering options, it is a economic way to overcome a variety of media and mode conversion challenges. The IMC-712/716/719 series have the highest port density in the industry-- along with a robust design, hot-swappable architecture, SNMP management via iView2, and redundant power supplies for fault tolerance which diverse applications, using a variety of protocols, is required. The temperature controlled fans in the IMC-713/716 chassis activate only when chassis reaches a certain temperature, thereby extending the life of the fans. The fans on the IMC-719 series can even be remotely controlled via SNMP.
    • BB-850-13100

      The IMC-71x series provides conversion of Ethernet-to-fiber and a variety of networking technologies. It enables network operators to drastically reduce the capital and operational expenses bu providing all copper-to-fiber and multi-mode to single-mode conversions and network distance extensions. This modular approach allows network operators to inexpensively change protocols by simply changing the module rather than the entire unit. With AC or DC powering options, it is a economic way to overcome a variety of media and mode conversion challenges. The IMC-712/716/719 series have the highest port density in the industry-- along with a robust design, hot-swappable architecture, SNMP management via iView2, and redundant power supplies for fault tolerance which diverse applications, using a variety of protocols, is required. The temperature controlled fans in the IMC-713/716 chassis activate only when chassis reaches a certain temperature, thereby extending the life of the fans. The fans on the IMC-719 series can even be remotely controlled via SNMP.
    • BB-850-10949-2AC

      The IMC-71x series provides conversion of Ethernet-to-fiber and a variety of networking technologies. It enables network operators to drastically reduce the capital and operational expenses bu providing all copper-to-fiber and multi-mode to single-mode conversions and network distance extensions. This modular approach allows network operators to inexpensively change protocols by simply changing the module rather than the entire unit. With AC or DC powering options, it is a economic way to overcome a variety of media and mode conversion challenges. The IMC-712/716/719 series have the highest port density in the industry-- along with a robust design, hot-swappable architecture, SNMP management via iView2, and redundant power supplies for fault tolerance which diverse applications, using a variety of protocols, is required. The temperature controlled fans in the IMC-713/716 chassis activate only when chassis reaches a certain temperature, thereby extending the life of the fans. The fans on the IMC-719 series can even be remotely controlled via SNMP.
    • BB-850-10953-2AC

      The iMediaChassis/6 is an intelligent, carrier-class optical access platform that supports conversion of Ethernet to fiber and a variety of other telco networking technologies, including VDSL, T1/E1, DS3/E3/ STS-1 and WDM. The iMediaChassis/6 enables network operators to drastically reduce the capital and operational expenses by providing all copper-to-fiber and multi-mode to single-mode conversions, network distance extensions and Ethernet Private Line services from the same managed chassis platform. Having the highest port density in the industry - along with a robust design, hot-swappable architecture, SNMP-management, and redundant power supplies for fault tolerance - makes the iMediaChassis ideal for installing in the Central Office (CO) where a multitude of diverse applications, using a variety of protocols, is required. Pair this multi-slot chassis with a MediaChassis or other standalone B B SmartWorx unmanaged device at the customer premises, for complete end-to-end management.
    • BB-850-10949-2DC

      The IMC-71x series provides conversion of Ethernet-to-fiber and a variety of networking technologies. It enables network operators to drastically reduce the capital and operational expenses bu providing all copper-to-fiber and multi-mode to single-mode conversions and network distance extensions. This modular approach allows network operators to inexpensively change protocols by simply changing the module rather than the entire unit. With AC or DC powering options, it is a economic way to overcome a variety of media and mode conversion challenges. The IMC-712/716/719 series have the highest port density in the industry-- along with a robust design, hot-swappable architecture, SNMP management via iView2, and redundant power supplies for fault tolerance which diverse applications, using a variety of protocols, is required. The temperature controlled fans in the IMC-713/716 chassis activate only when chassis reaches a certain temperature, thereby extending the life of the fans. The fans on the IMC-719 series can even be remotely controlled via SNMP.
    • BB-850-10953-2DC

      The IMC-71x series provides conversion of Ethernet-to-fiber and a variety of networking technologies. It enables network operators to drastically reduce the capital and operational expenses bu providing all copper-to-fiber and multi-mode to single-mode conversions and network distance extensions. This modular approach allows network operators to inexpensively change protocols by simply changing the module rather than the entire unit. With AC or DC powering options, it is a economic way to overcome a variety of media and mode conversion challenges. The IMC-712/716/719 series have the highest port density in the industry-- along with a robust design, hot-swappable architecture, SNMP management via iView2, and redundant power supplies for fault tolerance which diverse applications, using a variety of protocols, is required. The temperature controlled fans in the IMC-713/716 chassis activate only when chassis reaches a certain temperature, thereby extending the life of the fans. The fans on the IMC-719 series can even be remotely controlled via SNMP.
  • Mode Converters

    Extend your reach and easily make connections with our fiber mode converters. These Ethernet mode converters are flexible, easy-to-configure solutions for connecting fiber segments with dissimilar fiber types.

    • BB-860-12102

      The IMC-790-2SFP is a single-wide SNMP manageable module. The IMC-790-2XFP is a dual-wide SNMP manageable module. They both allow network operators to convert an array of fiber types within a network and can be installed in the modular SNMP-manageable iMediaChassis IMC-79x series and in the unmanaged MediaChassis IMC-71x series. The IMC-790-2SFP uses 10Gbps SFP module while the IMC0970-2XFP uses 10Gbps XFP module. Both series are capable of moving large amounts of data over long distance for different applications. The hot-swappable nature of SFP and XFP, the numerous 10G protocols and types that are available all allow for easy configuration and future upgrading as network demands evolve. The protocol-independent with dual SFP ports provide a single conversion between single-mode to multi-mode fiber, single-mode to single-mode fiber, or single-strand to single-mode fiber. The IMC-790-2XFP is protocol-independent with dial XFP ports that can provide a single conversion between copper, different wavelengths or single-mode and multi-mode fiber, single-mode to single-mode fiber or multi-mode to single-strand single-mode fiber. The media converters can be easily configured and managed converters with the GUI-based iView2 software, As an SNMP management application ,iView1 gives network managers the ability to monitor and control IMC series products. When iView2 runs as a web server version, it is free and available for download from the website.
    • BB-860-12100

      The IMC-790-2SFP is a single-wide SNMP manageable module. The IMC-790-2XFP is a dual-wide SNMP manageable module. They both allow network operators to convert an array of fiber types within a network and can be installed in the modular SNMP-manageable iMediaChassis IMC-79x series and in the unmanaged MediaChassis IMC-71x series. The IMC-790-2SFP uses 10Gbps SFP module while the IMC0970-2XFP uses 10Gbps XFP module. Both series are capable of moving large amounts of data over long distance for different applications. The hot-swappable nature of SFP and XFP, the numerous 10G protocols and types that are available all allow for easy configuration and future upgrading as network demands evolve. The protocol-independent with dual SFP ports provide a single conversion between single-mode to multi-mode fiber, single-mode to single-mode fiber, or single-strand to single-mode fiber. The IMC-790-2XFP is protocol-independent with dial XFP ports that can provide a single conversion between copper, different wavelengths or single-mode and multi-mode fiber, single-mode to single-mode fiber or multi-mode to single-strand single-mode fiber. The media converters can be easily configured and managed converters with the GUI-based iView2 software, As an SNMP management application ,iView1 gives network managers the ability to monitor and control IMC series products. When iView2 runs as a web server version, it is free and available for download from the website.
    • BB-850-14530

      iMcV-S2MM/155,, SM1310/PLUS- SC+MM1300-SC
    • BB-855-19619

      The IMC-370 series is the most compact media converters. They can extend the 10 and 100Mbps twisted-pair network segments up to 80km over fiber technology. Supporting both 10/100 auto negotiation on the copper port and also 100Mbps full-duplex on the fiber port, the IMC-370 series serves as media and data rate converter. The IMC-370I-SFP supports Link Fault Pass Through (LFPS) functionality which can be enabled/disabled by a DIP switch on the unit. This useful diagnostic feature assists the network administrator in indicating a fault condition on a given segment between the interfaces.  The IMC-370I supports plug-n-play functionality and auto negotiation and AutoCross operation. It can be powered by AC/DC power, dual USB cable, or be installed in a centralize-powered media converter chassis. 
    • BB-850-19500

      The IMC-771/771 series are slide-in module Ethernet-to-fiber media converter for IMC-7xx chassis, which supports hot-swappable and easy installation, It allows network operators to incorporate multiple fiber types and wavelengths within a network. The IMC-770/771 can be monitored and controlled via central site with IMC-710 SNMP management module by iVew2, Telnet or CLI while installed in IMC-71x series chassis. Offering a range of speed up to Gigabit Ethernet and available with SFP or build-in fiber connector: multi-mode, single-mode fiber or double fiber capacity with single-strand which supports the transmission distance from 550m to 70km. The IMC-770/771 series feature in the Link Fault Pass Through (LFPT) functionality, a diagnostic feature that can enable or disable links to assist the end user in troubleshooting a failed segment and configuration control to retain the latest configuration regardless of how the initial configuration was setup. The IMC-770I-2SFP converter is protocol-independent with dial SFP ports which can provide a single conversion between different wavelengths or single-mode and multi-mode fiber, single-mode to single-mode fiber or multi-mode to single-strand fiber. Its SFP port must use an SFP of the same speed while allowing different fiber types. Additionally, the IMC-770I-2SFP and IMC-771I-SFP are industrial equipment devices. The unit operates in environments that demand extended operating temperatures.
  • 10/100 Mbps Managed Optical Demarcation Compact CPE Device

    The compact IE-MiniFiberLinX-II provides point-to-point fiber optic connections with a unique management tool to monitor the entire link between two locations. IE-MiniFiberLinX-II CPE for fiber optic networks allows service providers to deliver “triple-play” voice, video and data services to customer premises.

    • BB-856-19725

      The compact IE-MiniFiberLinX-II provides point-to-point fiber optic connections with a unique management tool to monitor the entire link between two locations.  IE-MiniFiberLinX-II CPE for fiber optic networks allows service providers to deliver “triple-play” voice, video and data services to customer premises.
    • BB-856-19723

      The compact IE-MiniFiberLinX-II provides point-to-point fiber optic connections with a unique management tool to monitor the entire link between two locations. IE-MiniFiberLinX-II CPE for fiber optic networks allows service providers to deliver “triple-play” voice, video and data services to customer premises.
  • Ethernet SNMP-Manageable Media Converter

    The IE-iMcV-2xLIM, TX/SFP is a Fast Ethernet module which provides two conversions of 100Base-TX twisted pair to 100Base-FX/SX singlemode or multi-mode fiber. There are two sets of ports, RJ-45 (copper) and SFP (fiber). The SFP port supports all MSA and Cisco compliant, SC, LC and single-strand fiber (SSF), 155 Mbps SFPs. Designed as a Layer 1 device, the IE-iMcV-2xLIM is entirely transparent to both Layer 2 and Layer 3 protocols. The IE-iMcV-2xLIM is SNMP-manageable and can be installed into the modular, SNMP-manageable iMediaChassis or the MediaChassis series.

    • BB-850-18510

      The IMC-771/771 series are slide-in module Ethernet-to-fiber media converter for IMC-7xx chassis, which supports hot-swappable and easy installation, It allows network operators to incorporate multiple fiber types and wavelengths within a network. The IMC-770/771 can be monitored and controlled via central site with IMC-710 SNMP management module by iVew2, Telnet or CLI while installed in IMC-71x series chassis. Offering a range of speed up to Gigabit Ethernet and available with SFP or build-in fiber connector: multi-mode, single-mode fiber or double fiber capacity with single-strand which supports the transmission distance from 550m to 70km. The IMC-770/771 series feature in the Link Fault Pass Through (LFPT) functionality, a diagnostic feature that can enable or disable links to assist the end user in troubleshooting a failed segment and configuration control to retain the latest configuration regardless of how the initial configuration was setup. The IMC-770I-2SFP converter is protocol-independent with dial SFP ports which can provide a single conversion between different wavelengths or single-mode and multi-mode fiber, single-mode to single-mode fiber or multi-mode to single-strand fiber. Its SFP port must use an SFP of the same speed while allowing different fiber types. Additionally, the IMC-770I-2SFP and IMC-771I-SFP are industrial equipment devices. The unit operates in environments that demand extended operating temperatures.
    • BB-850-18610

      The IE-iMcV-2xLIM, TX/SFP is a Fast Ethernet module which provides two conversions of 100Base-TX twisted pair to 100Base-FX/SX singlemode or multi-mode fiber. There are two sets of ports, RJ-45 (copper) and SFP (fiber). The SFP port supports all MSA and Cisco compliant, SC, LC and single-strand fiber (SSF), 155 Mbps SFPs. Designed as a Layer 1 device, the IE-iMcV-2xLIM is entirely transparent to both Layer 2 and Layer 3 protocols. The IE-iMcV-2xLIM is SNMP-manageable and can be installed into the modular, SNMP-manageable iMediaChassis or the MediaChassis series. Easily configure and manage converters with the GUI-based iView². As an SNMP management application, iView² gives network managers the ability to monitor and control products. iView² runs standalone on Windows 2000/XP/Vista/Win7 or as a Web Server running under IIS.
  • SNMP Management Module

    Network management module allows for centralized monitoring of LAN/WAN.

    • BB-850-39950

      The IMC-710 SNMP management module allows network operators to utilize the full SNMP functionality on all compatible IMC-7xx modules that are installed in the IMC-713/716/719 chassis series. This network management module allows for centralized monitoring of LAN/WAN through iView2 SNMP management application. The single-wide module IMC-710 features in two 10/100 twisted pair ports with one for management and the other for reserved for future use, and also a DB9 serial port for onsite IP configuration via a terminal or computer. Both twisted pair ports include the AutoCross feature that automatically selects between a crossover workstation or straight-through, depending on the connected device. The IMC-713/716/719 chassis with an installed SNMP management module connects to the network via an external pair connection. Through this connection, the network operator can remotely monitor and control all compatible modules from a central site. iView2 is an Simple Network Management Protocol-based element management software provided with intelligent IMC0574 and INC-7xx fiver module series. By taking the IMC-710 as an agent, it features an intuitive graphical user interface that provides a real-life representation of all installed converter equipment and also receive device status information and traffic statistics via SNMP. In this way, it allows network managers to control and monitor device functions, port settings, diagnostic LEDs which show port & fan activity, mode, temperature, power supply status. Users can conduct easy troubleshooting by iVew2  that supports IP configuration, Last Grasp feature send, TRAP notification of power failures and automatic software and firmware downloads. With a centralized monitoring on iView2, users can access and manage over 400 IMC-713/716/719 chassis with IP nodes and save the hardware cost of the central control for chassis, achieving the maximum capacity.
  • Accessories

    Industry-leading Ethernet and networking accessories you need for all your industrial applications. From advanced network management to DIN rail power supply adapters, these Ethernet accessories provide reliability at a great value.

    • BB-895-39229

      Wallmount Bracket - for IE-MultiWay, PoE/PoE GigaMiniMc, MiniMc series
    • BB-895-39227

      BRACKET, WALLMOUNT MCBASIC/MEDIACHASSIS
    • BB-895-39226

      Bracket, Rackmount McBasic/MediaChassis
    • BB-825-39951

      SERIAL CABLE, MINIJACK TO DB9 (FEMALE)
    • BB-825-39950

      SERIAL CABLE, DB9 (MALE) TO DB9 (FEMALE)
    • BB-825-39500

      ADAPTOR, RJ-45 TO DB9 (FEMALE)
    • BB-806-39900

      POE+ POWER ADAPTER (FOR POE+ GIGA-MINIMC)
    • BB-806-39800

      POE POWER ADAPTER (FOR POE GIGA-MINIMC)
    • BB-806-39720

      Model 806-39720 is a 6 Watt wall plug-in AC-DC power supply with interchangeable AC blades. The power supply is designed to meet the latest US DoE Level VI efficiency standards in addition to the proposed and more stringent EU CoC Tier 2 requirements. Designed for global use, it includes plug options for North America, Europe, United Kingdom, Australia and China. This high efficiency power supply utilizes the latest in green power technology.
    • BB-806-39753

      The IE-Power/5V Power Supply adapter is a single output, AC to DC power adapter. It features extended operating temperatures (-20° to 70° C) which make it just right for use with products such as the IE-MiniMc Series and IE-MiniFiberLinX-II, to name a few. The compact size of IE-Power/5V makes it ideal for space restricted, DIN Rail applications in industrial, automation and military environments including control cabinets and computer rooms. The beneficial low no load power consumption feature expands the use of this power supply to smaller IT applications as well. Additionally, the fully isolated, plastic enclosure protects operators from electrical shock.
    • BB-806-39125-DC

      PS/125-DC Module, for iMediaChassis/6-DC (125 watt, -48V DC)
    • BB-806-39125-AC

      PS/125-AC Module, for iMediaChassis/6-AC (125 watt, 100/240V AC)
    • BB-806-39105

      DIN-Rail Clip (Compatible with 1-Slot IE-/MediaChassis, IE-GigaMiniMc, IE-ModeConverter, IE-MiniMc & MiniMc series products)
    • BB-806-39628

      USB 36" Power Cable (for MiniMc Series only)
    • IMC-318I-US (850-13086)

      The IMC-318I centralize-powered chassis is designed with a modular enclosure that takes up to 18 miniature media converters (the IMC-350/370 series). It provides high port density mounting and elevates much power efficiency. By easily and effectively connecting multiple converters in one chassis, the IMC-318I eliminates the mass needs of AC power adapters and thus saves much network device construction space.x
  • Managed Ethernet Media Converters

    Advantech offers a wide variety of solutions targetted for Fiber To The Business, Curb and Home. Carriers and ISP providers, can leverage flexible multi-server platform to offer a wide range of fiber interfaces to suit unique deployment needs. Solutions range from highly reliable 10/100, Gigabit and 10 Gigabit physical interfaces to offering advanced Layer 2 management with OAM and Y.1731, complying with any need of ISP or Carrier.

    • BB-856-18700

      The IMC-750/751 series are slide-in module Ethernet to fiber media converters for IMC-7xx chassis, which supports hot-swappable and easy installation, It allows network operators to incorporate multiple fiber types and wavelengths within a network. They can be monitored and controlled via central site with IM-710 SNMO management module by iVew2, Telnet or CLI while installed in IMC071x series chassis. Link Fault Pass Through (LFPT) is a diagnostic feature that can enable or disable links to assist the end users in troubleshooting a failed segment and configuration control to retain the latest configuration regardless of how the initial configuration was setup. The IMC-750 series features in converting a 10/100 ~ 100Mbps copper-to-fiber media rate to auto-negotiation functionality on the twisted pair port for operation, and can fix it at 100Mbps copper-to-fiber with IMC0751 series. The IMC-751I-2SFP converter is protocol-independent with dual SFP ports which can provide a single conversion between different wavelengths or single-mode and multi-mode fiber, single-mode to single0mode fiber or multi-mode to single-strand single-mode fiber. The SFP port must use an SFP of the same speed while allowing for different fiber types. Additionally, IMC-751I-2SFP is an industrial equipment device. The unit operates in environments that demand extended operating temperatures.
    • BB-856-15736

      The IMC-750/751 series are slide-in module Ethernet to fiber media converters for IMC-7xx chassis, which supports hot-swappable and easy installation, It allows network operators to incorporate multiple fiber types and wavelengths within a network. They can be monitored and controlled via central site with IM-710 SNMO management module by iVew2, Telnet or CLI while installed in IMC071x series chassis. Link Fault Pass Through (LFPT) is a diagnostic feature that can enable or disable links to assist the end users in troubleshooting a failed segment and configuration control to retain the latest configuration regardless of how the initial configuration was setup. The IMC-750 series features in converting a 10/100 ~ 100Mbps copper-to-fiber media rate to auto-negotiation functionality on the twisted pair port for operation, and can fix it at 100Mbps copper-to-fiber with IMC0751 series. The IMC-751I-2SFP converter is protocol-independent with dual SFP ports which can provide a single conversion between different wavelengths or single-mode and multi-mode fiber, single-mode to single0mode fiber or multi-mode to single-strand single-mode fiber. The SFP port must use an SFP of the same speed while allowing for different fiber types. Additionally, IMC-751I-2SFP is an industrial equipment device. The unit operates in environments that demand extended operating temperatures.
    • BB-856-15735

      The IMC-750/751 series are slide-in module Ethernet to fiber media converters for IMC-7xx chassis, which supports hot-swappable and easy installation, It allows network operators to incorporate multiple fiber types and wavelengths within a network. They can be monitored and controlled via central site with IM-710 SNMO management module by iVew2, Telnet or CLI while installed in IMC071x series chassis. Link Fault Pass Through (LFPT) is a diagnostic feature that can enable or disable links to assist the end users in troubleshooting a failed segment and configuration control to retain the latest configuration regardless of how the initial configuration was setup. The IMC-750 series features in converting a 10/100 ~ 100Mbps copper-to-fiber media rate to auto-negotiation functionality on the twisted pair port for operation, and can fix it at 100Mbps copper-to-fiber with IMC0751 series. The IMC-751I-2SFP converter is protocol-independent with dual SFP ports which can provide a single conversion between different wavelengths or single-mode and multi-mode fiber, single-mode to single0mode fiber or multi-mode to single-strand single-mode fiber. The SFP port must use an SFP of the same speed while allowing for different fiber types. Additionally, IMC-751I-2SFP is an industrial equipment device. The unit operates in environments that demand extended operating temperatures.
    • BB-856-15734

      The IMC-750/751 series are slide-in module Ethernet to fiber media converters for IMC-7xx chassis, which supports hot-swappable and easy installation, It allows network operators to incorporate multiple fiber types and wavelengths within a network. They can be monitored and controlled via central site with IM-710 SNMO management module by iVew2, Telnet or CLI while installed in IMC071x series chassis. Link Fault Pass Through (LFPT) is a diagnostic feature that can enable or disable links to assist the end users in troubleshooting a failed segment and configuration control to retain the latest configuration regardless of how the initial configuration was setup. The IMC-750 series features in converting a 10/100 ~ 100Mbps copper-to-fiber media rate to auto-negotiation functionality on the twisted pair port for operation, and can fix it at 100Mbps copper-to-fiber with IMC0751 series. The IMC-751I-2SFP converter is protocol-independent with dual SFP ports which can provide a single conversion between different wavelengths or single-mode and multi-mode fiber, single-mode to single0mode fiber or multi-mode to single-strand single-mode fiber. The SFP port must use an SFP of the same speed while allowing for different fiber types. Additionally, IMC-751I-2SFP is an industrial equipment device. The unit operates in environments that demand extended operating temperatures.
    • BB-856-15733

      The IMC-750/751 series are slide-in module Ethernet to fiber media converters for IMC-7xx chassis, which supports hot-swappable and easy installation, It allows network operators to incorporate multiple fiber types and wavelengths within a network. They can be monitored and controlled via central site with IM-710 SNMO management module by iVew2, Telnet or CLI while installed in IMC071x series chassis. Link Fault Pass Through (LFPT) is a diagnostic feature that can enable or disable links to assist the end users in troubleshooting a failed segment and configuration control to retain the latest configuration regardless of how the initial configuration was setup. The IMC-750 series features in converting a 10/100 ~ 100Mbps copper-to-fiber media rate to auto-negotiation functionality on the twisted pair port for operation, and can fix it at 100Mbps copper-to-fiber with IMC0751 series. The IMC-751I-2SFP converter is protocol-independent with dual SFP ports which can provide a single conversion between different wavelengths or single-mode and multi-mode fiber, single-mode to single0mode fiber or multi-mode to single-strand single-mode fiber. The SFP port must use an SFP of the same speed while allowing for different fiber types. Additionally, IMC-751I-2SFP is an industrial equipment device. The unit operates in environments that demand extended operating temperatures.
    • BB-856-15718

      IMCV-MEDIALINX TX/FX- SM1310/PLUS-SC
    • BB-856-15717

      IMCV-MEDIALINX TX/FX- SM1310/PLUS-ST
    • BB-856-15410

      The IMC-771/771 series are slide-in module Ethernet-to-fiber media converter for IMC-7xx chassis, which supports hot-swappable and easy installation, It allows network operators to incorporate multiple fiber types and wavelengths within a network. The IMC-770/771 can be monitored and controlled via central site with IMC-710 SNMP management module by iVew2, Telnet or CLI while installed in IMC-71x series chassis. Offering a range of speed up to Gigabit Ethernet and available with SFP or build-in fiber connector: multi-mode, single-mode fiber or double fiber capacity with single-strand which supports the transmission distance from 550m to 70km. The IMC-770/771 series feature in the Link Fault Pass Through (LFPT) functionality, a diagnostic feature that can enable or disable links to assist the end user in troubleshooting a failed segment and configuration control to retain the latest configuration regardless of how the initial configuration was setup. The IMC-770I-2SFP converter is protocol-independent with dial SFP ports which can provide a single conversion between different wavelengths or single-mode and multi-mode fiber, single-mode to single-mode fiber or multi-mode to single-strand fiber. Its SFP port must use an SFP of the same speed while allowing different fiber types. Additionally, the IMC-770I-2SFP and IMC-771I-SFP are industrial equipment devices. The unit operates in environments that demand extended operating temperatures.
    • BB-856-14500

      The IMC-762 series intelligent media converter connects a host/remote Ethernet network over a fiber optic or CAT5 copper connection. It combines media conversion with an advanced-feature set for network management and troubleshooting, including OMA (operation, administration and management). Administrators can observe the end-points over the fiber segment between them as a single management entity. Bandwidth scalability and support for MIBs II makes this modular device a cost-effective solution. The SNMP software, iVew2, allows for remote configuration and alerts administrators to any potential problems on the long-haul fiber run, providing vital information on link condition and reporting data traffic statistics. With iVew2, the central location can manage all host/remote pairs installed in the IMC-71x series with the single IP address of the chassis.
    • BB-856-14221

      iMcV-Giga-FiberLinX-III,TX/SSLX-SM1550-SC (1550xmt/1310rcv)
    • BB-856-14220

      iMcV-Giga-FiberLinX-III,TX/SSLX-SM1310-SC (1310xmt/1550rcv)
    • BB-856-14201

      The IMC-782-SFP media converter connects a host/remote Ethernet network over a fiber optic or CAT5 copper connection. It combines 10/100/1000Mbps to Gigabit fiber media conversion with an advanced feature set including OAM (operation, administration and management), extra-tagging and Ethernet type control functionalities for network management and troubleshooting. Administrators can observe the end-points over the fiber segment between them as a single management entity. Bandwidth scalability and support for MIBs II makes this modular device a versatile Gigabit solution. The IMC-784I-SFP comes with two SFP ports for the providers' network connection and two fixed 10/100/1000Base-T copper ports with four distinct DIP switch selectable configurations: 1 1 uplink protection revertive mode, 1 1 uplink protection non-revertive mode, a 4-port Gigabit switch and a dial copper to fiber SFP media/mode converter. The software management software for IMC-780 series, iVew2, allows users to perform remote configuration and alerts administrators to any potential problems on the ling-haul fiber run, providing vital information on link condition and reporting data traffic statistics.
    • BB-856-14046

      The IMC-762 series intelligent media converter connects a host/remote Ethernet network over a fiber optic or CAT5 copper connection. It combines media conversion with an advanced-feature set for network management and troubleshooting, including OMA (operation, administration and management). Administrators can observe the end-points over the fiber segment between them as a single management entity. Bandwidth scalability and support for MIBs II makes this modular device a cost-effective solution. The SNMP software, iVew2, allows for remote configuration and alerts administrators to any potential problems on the long-haul fiber run, providing vital information on link condition and reporting data traffic statistics. With iVew2, the central location can manage all host/remote pairs installed in the IMC-71x series with the single IP address of the chassis.
    • BB-856-14045

      The IMC-762 series intelligent media converter connects a host/remote Ethernet network over a fiber optic or CAT5 copper connection. It combines media conversion with an advanced-feature set for network management and troubleshooting, including OMA (operation, administration and management). Administrators can observe the end-points over the fiber segment between them as a single management entity. Bandwidth scalability and support for MIBs II makes this modular device a cost-effective solution. The SNMP software, iVew2, allows for remote configuration and alerts administrators to any potential problems on the long-haul fiber run, providing vital information on link condition and reporting data traffic statistics. With iVew2, the central location can manage all host/remote pairs installed in the IMC-71x series with the single IP address of the chassis.
    • BB-856-14044

      The IMC-762 series intelligent media converter connects a host/remote Ethernet network over a fiber optic or CAT5 copper connection. It combines media conversion with an advanced-feature set for network management and troubleshooting, including OMA (operation, administration and management). Administrators can observe the end-points over the fiber segment between them as a single management entity. Bandwidth scalability and support for MIBs II makes this modular device a cost-effective solution. The SNMP software, iVew2, allows for remote configuration and alerts administrators to any potential problems on the long-haul fiber run, providing vital information on link condition and reporting data traffic statistics. With iVew2, the central location can manage all host/remote pairs installed in the IMC-71x series with the single IP address of the chassis.
    • BB-856-14043

      The IMC-762 series intelligent media converter connects a host/remote Ethernet network over a fiber optic or CAT5 copper connection. It combines media conversion with an advanced-feature set for network management and troubleshooting, including OMA (operation, administration and management). Administrators can observe the end-points over the fiber segment between them as a single management entity. Bandwidth scalability and support for MIBs II makes this modular device a cost-effective solution. The SNMP software, iVew2, allows for remote configuration and alerts administrators to any potential problems on the long-haul fiber run, providing vital information on link condition and reporting data traffic statistics. With iVew2, the central location can manage all host/remote pairs installed in the IMC-71x series with the single IP address of the chassis.
    • BB-856-11950

      The IMC-771/771 series are slide-in module Ethernet-to-fiber media converter for IMC-7xx chassis, which supports hot-swappable and easy installation, It allows network operators to incorporate multiple fiber types and wavelengths within a network. The IMC-770/771 can be monitored and controlled via central site with IMC-710 SNMP management module by iVew2, Telnet or CLI while installed in IMC-71x series chassis. Offering a range of speed up to Gigabit Ethernet and available with SFP or build-in fiber connector: multi-mode, single-mode fiber or double fiber capacity with single-strand which supports the transmission distance from 550m to 70km. The IMC-770/771 series feature in the Link Fault Pass Through (LFPT) functionality, a diagnostic feature that can enable or disable links to assist the end user in troubleshooting a failed segment and configuration control to retain the latest configuration regardless of how the initial configuration was setup. The IMC-770I-2SFP converter is protocol-independent with dial SFP ports which can provide a single conversion between different wavelengths or single-mode and multi-mode fiber, single-mode to single-mode fiber or multi-mode to single-strand fiber. Its SFP port must use an SFP of the same speed while allowing different fiber types. Additionally, the IMC-770I-2SFP and IMC-771I-SFP are industrial equipment devices. The unit operates in environments that demand extended operating temperatures.
    • BB-856-11943

      The IMC-771/771 series are slide-in module Ethernet-to-fiber media converter for IMC-7xx chassis, which supports hot-swappable and easy installation, It allows network operators to incorporate multiple fiber types and wavelengths within a network. The IMC-770/771 can be monitored and controlled via central site with IMC-710 SNMP management module by iVew2, Telnet or CLI while installed in IMC-71x series chassis. Offering a range of speed up to Gigabit Ethernet and available with SFP or build-in fiber connector: multi-mode, single-mode fiber or double fiber capacity with single-strand which supports the transmission distance from 550m to 70km. The IMC-770/771 series feature in the Link Fault Pass Through (LFPT) functionality, a diagnostic feature that can enable or disable links to assist the end user in troubleshooting a failed segment and configuration control to retain the latest configuration regardless of how the initial configuration was setup. The IMC-770I-2SFP converter is protocol-independent with dial SFP ports which can provide a single conversion between different wavelengths or single-mode and multi-mode fiber, single-mode to single-mode fiber or multi-mode to single-strand fiber. Its SFP port must use an SFP of the same speed while allowing different fiber types. Additionally, the IMC-770I-2SFP and IMC-771I-SFP are industrial equipment devices. The unit operates in environments that demand extended operating temperatures.
  • TDM (Time-Division Multiplexing)

    Expanding on flexible multi service platrom, Converts T-Carrier/TDM circuits to Fiber Optics leveraging infrastruture to deliver new and legacy services.

    • BB-857-18111

      The IMC-721I series converts the 1.544Mbps T1/J1 and 2.048Mbps E1 traffic from conventional copper-based interfaces over regular fiber optics for long distance transmission up to 60km. The IMC-721I-T1MUX and IMC-721I-E1MUX are double wide media converter for IMC-71x chassis series that transport four independent T1 lines over a single of dual fiber optic line. They supports for a full bandwidth 10/100BaseT Ethernet connection over the same optical link. The fiber redundancy (1 1) functionality on removable SFP modules offers the enhanced reliability of a protected fiber link while supporting the complete range of optical types and distances. They also feature an independent serial link (RS-232) which is useful for local monitoring and configuration of the unit by technical support personnel. The IMC-723 series enables user to convert coaxial media to single-mode fiber and extend the distance of data transmissions over access networks ip to 40km. The series supports premises networking application to convert the incoming circuit to fiber for distribution into the structured cabling system. The IMC-720 series are installed as a host-remote pair and can be remotely managed when the host is installed in an IMC-713/716/719 series with an SNMP management module. Since IMC-700 media converter series management technology functions transparently to the user data, real-time and end-to-end management is provided at all time.
    • BB-850-18125

      The IMC-721I series converts the 1.544Mbps T1/J1 and 2.048Mbps E1 traffic from conventional copper-based interfaces over regular fiber optics for long distance transmission up to 60km. The IMC-721I-T1MUX and IMC-721I-E1MUX are double wide media converter for IMC-71x chassis series that transport four independent T1 lines over a single of dual fiber optic line. They supports for a full bandwidth 10/100BaseT Ethernet connection over the same optical link. The fiber redundancy (1 1) functionality on removable SFP modules offers the enhanced reliability of a protected fiber link while supporting the complete range of optical types and distances. They also feature an independent serial link (RS-232) which is useful for local monitoring and configuration of the unit by technical support personnel. The IMC-723 series enables user to convert coaxial media to single-mode fiber and extend the distance of data transmissions over access networks ip to 40km. The series supports premises networking application to convert the incoming circuit to fiber for distribution into the structured cabling system. The IMC-720 series are installed as a host-remote pair and can be remotely managed when the host is installed in an IMC-713/716/719 series with an SNMP management module. Since IMC-700 media converter series management technology functions transparently to the user data, real-time and end-to-end management is provided at all time.
    • BB-850-18124

      The IMC-721I series converts the 1.544Mbps T1/J1 and 2.048Mbps E1 traffic from conventional copper-based interfaces over regular fiber optics for long distance transmission up to 60km. The IMC-721I-T1MUX and IMC-721I-E1MUX are double wide media converter for IMC-71x chassis series that transport four independent T1 lines over a single of dual fiber optic line. They supports for a full bandwidth 10/100BaseT Ethernet connection over the same optical link. The fiber redundancy (1 1) functionality on removable SFP modules offers the enhanced reliability of a protected fiber link while supporting the complete range of optical types and distances. They also feature an independent serial link (RS-232) which is useful for local monitoring and configuration of the unit by technical support personnel. The IMC-723 series enables user to convert coaxial media to single-mode fiber and extend the distance of data transmissions over access networks ip to 40km. The series supports premises networking application to convert the incoming circuit to fiber for distribution into the structured cabling system. The IMC-720 series are installed as a host-remote pair and can be remotely managed when the host is installed in an IMC-713/716/719 series with an SNMP management module. Since IMC-700 media converter series management technology functions transparently to the user data, real-time and end-to-end management is provided at all time.
    • BB-850-18123

      The IMC-721I series converts the 1.544Mbps T1/J1 and 2.048Mbps E1 traffic from conventional copper-based interfaces over regular fiber optics for long distance transmission up to 60km. The IMC-721I-T1MUX and IMC-721I-E1MUX are double wide media converter for IMC-71x chassis series that transport four independent T1 lines over a single of dual fiber optic line. They supports for a full bandwidth 10/100BaseT Ethernet connection over the same optical link. The fiber redundancy (1 1) functionality on removable SFP modules offers the enhanced reliability of a protected fiber link while supporting the complete range of optical types and distances. They also feature an independent serial link (RS-232) which is useful for local monitoring and configuration of the unit by technical support personnel. The IMC-723 series enables user to convert coaxial media to single-mode fiber and extend the distance of data transmissions over access networks ip to 40km. The series supports premises networking application to convert the incoming circuit to fiber for distribution into the structured cabling system. The IMC-720 series are installed as a host-remote pair and can be remotely managed when the host is installed in an IMC-713/716/719 series with an SNMP management module. Since IMC-700 media converter series management technology functions transparently to the user data, real-time and end-to-end management is provided at all time.
    • BB-850-18122

      The IMC-721I series converts the 1.544Mbps T1/J1 and 2.048Mbps E1 traffic from conventional copper-based interfaces over regular fiber optics for long distance transmission up to 60km. The IMC-721I-T1MUX and IMC-721I-E1MUX are double wide media converter for IMC-71x chassis series that transport four independent T1 lines over a single of dual fiber optic line. They supports for a full bandwidth 10/100BaseT Ethernet connection over the same optical link. The fiber redundancy (1 1) functionality on removable SFP modules offers the enhanced reliability of a protected fiber link while supporting the complete range of optical types and distances. They also feature an independent serial link (RS-232) which is useful for local monitoring and configuration of the unit by technical support personnel. The IMC-723 series enables user to convert coaxial media to single-mode fiber and extend the distance of data transmissions over access networks ip to 40km. The series supports premises networking application to convert the incoming circuit to fiber for distribution into the structured cabling system. The IMC-720 series are installed as a host-remote pair and can be remotely managed when the host is installed in an IMC-713/716/719 series with an SNMP management module. Since IMC-700 media converter series management technology functions transparently to the user data, real-time and end-to-end management is provided at all time.
    • BB-850-18108

      The IMC-721I series converts the 1.544Mbps T1/J1 and 2.048Mbps E1 traffic from conventional copper-based interfaces over regular fiber optics for long distance transmission up to 60km. The IMC-721I-T1MUX and IMC-721I-E1MUX are double wide media converter for IMC-71x chassis series that transport four independent T1 lines over a single of dual fiber optic line. They supports for a full bandwidth 10/100BaseT Ethernet connection over the same optical link. The fiber redundancy (1 1) functionality on removable SFP modules offers the enhanced reliability of a protected fiber link while supporting the complete range of optical types and distances. They also feature an independent serial link (RS-232) which is useful for local monitoring and configuration of the unit by technical support personnel. The IMC-723 series enables user to convert coaxial media to single-mode fiber and extend the distance of data transmissions over access networks ip to 40km. The series supports premises networking application to convert the incoming circuit to fiber for distribution into the structured cabling system. The IMC-720 series are installed as a host-remote pair and can be remotely managed when the host is installed in an IMC-713/716/719 series with an SNMP management module. Since IMC-700 media converter series management technology functions transparently to the user data, real-time and end-to-end management is provided at all time.
    • BB-850-18106

      The IMC-721I series converts the 1.544Mbps T1/J1 and 2.048Mbps E1 traffic from conventional copper-based interfaces over regular fiber optics for long distance transmission up to 60km. The IMC-721I-T1MUX and IMC-721I-E1MUX are double wide media converter for IMC-71x chassis series that transport four independent T1 lines over a single of dual fiber optic line. They supports for a full bandwidth 10/100BaseT Ethernet connection over the same optical link. The fiber redundancy (1 1) functionality on removable SFP modules offers the enhanced reliability of a protected fiber link while supporting the complete range of optical types and distances. They also feature an independent serial link (RS-232) which is useful for local monitoring and configuration of the unit by technical support personnel. The IMC-723 series enables user to convert coaxial media to single-mode fiber and extend the distance of data transmissions over access networks ip to 40km. The series supports premises networking application to convert the incoming circuit to fiber for distribution into the structured cabling system. The IMC-720 series are installed as a host-remote pair and can be remotely managed when the host is installed in an IMC-713/716/719 series with an SNMP management module. Since IMC-700 media converter series management technology functions transparently to the user data, real-time and end-to-end management is provided at all time.
    • BB-850-18105

      The IMC-721I series converts the 1.544Mbps T1/J1 and 2.048Mbps E1 traffic from conventional copper-based interfaces over regular fiber optics for long distance transmission up to 60km. The IMC-721I-T1MUX and IMC-721I-E1MUX are double wide media converter for IMC-71x chassis series that transport four independent T1 lines over a single of dual fiber optic line. They supports for a full bandwidth 10/100BaseT Ethernet connection over the same optical link. The fiber redundancy (1 1) functionality on removable SFP modules offers the enhanced reliability of a protected fiber link while supporting the complete range of optical types and distances. They also feature an independent serial link (RS-232) which is useful for local monitoring and configuration of the unit by technical support personnel. The IMC-723 series enables user to convert coaxial media to single-mode fiber and extend the distance of data transmissions over access networks ip to 40km. The series supports premises networking application to convert the incoming circuit to fiber for distribution into the structured cabling system. The IMC-720 series are installed as a host-remote pair and can be remotely managed when the host is installed in an IMC-713/716/719 series with an SNMP management module. Since IMC-700 media converter series management technology functions transparently to the user data, real-time and end-to-end management is provided at all time.
    • BB-850-18104

      The IMC-721I series converts the 1.544Mbps T1/J1 and 2.048Mbps E1 traffic from conventional copper-based interfaces over regular fiber optics for long distance transmission up to 60km. The IMC-721I-T1MUX and IMC-721I-E1MUX are double wide media converter for IMC-71x chassis series that transport four independent T1 lines over a single of dual fiber optic line. They supports for a full bandwidth 10/100BaseT Ethernet connection over the same optical link. The fiber redundancy (1 1) functionality on removable SFP modules offers the enhanced reliability of a protected fiber link while supporting the complete range of optical types and distances. They also feature an independent serial link (RS-232) which is useful for local monitoring and configuration of the unit by technical support personnel. The IMC-723 series enables user to convert coaxial media to single-mode fiber and extend the distance of data transmissions over access networks ip to 40km. The series supports premises networking application to convert the incoming circuit to fiber for distribution into the structured cabling system. The IMC-720 series are installed as a host-remote pair and can be remotely managed when the host is installed in an IMC-713/716/719 series with an SNMP management module. Since IMC-700 media converter series management technology functions transparently to the user data, real-time and end-to-end management is provided at all time.
    • BB-850-18103

      The IMC-721I series converts the 1.544Mbps T1/J1 and 2.048Mbps E1 traffic from conventional copper-based interfaces over regular fiber optics for long distance transmission up to 60km. The IMC-721I-T1MUX and IMC-721I-E1MUX are double wide media converter for IMC-71x chassis series that transport four independent T1 lines over a single of dual fiber optic line. They supports for a full bandwidth 10/100BaseT Ethernet connection over the same optical link. The fiber redundancy (1 1) functionality on removable SFP modules offers the enhanced reliability of a protected fiber link while supporting the complete range of optical types and distances. They also feature an independent serial link (RS-232) which is useful for local monitoring and configuration of the unit by technical support personnel. The IMC-723 series enables user to convert coaxial media to single-mode fiber and extend the distance of data transmissions over access networks ip to 40km. The series supports premises networking application to convert the incoming circuit to fiber for distribution into the structured cabling system. The IMC-720 series are installed as a host-remote pair and can be remotely managed when the host is installed in an IMC-713/716/719 series with an SNMP management module. Since IMC-700 media converter series management technology functions transparently to the user data, real-time and end-to-end management is provided at all time.
    • BB-850-18100

      IE-iMcV-T1/E1/J1-LineTerm TP/SFP(REQ SFP/155 MOD)SFP VAR

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