This compact networking device combines the functions of a copper-to-fibre media converter with that of a Gigabit-speed edge switch, featuring two 10/100/1000Mbps copper switch ports and one 1000Mbps fibre port.
As a hardened networking solution, it features a sealed metal case (IEC529 IP40 rated) that protects internal circuitry from dirt, debris, moisture, smoke, insects, and other harmful contaminants. Plus, it is designed for NEBS compliance to withstand shock, vibration, and high altitudes. Made of high-grade components and a special thermal design, it withstands temperatures of -25 to +60º Celsius. No internal airflow is required for cooling, since the convection case works as a heat sink.
It’s just what you need to expand your Ethernet network in a convenient, compact, and economical way—plus transfer data longer distances, far beyond what’s possible with ordinary copper Ethernet cabling links.
The 10/100/1000Mbps copper ports auto negotiate to network and device speeds. With autocross (MDI-X) on copper side, they cascade easily without the need for crossover cable.
The media converter switch retrieves and transmits 802.1q tagged data packets unchanged. Use store-and-forward type switching to eliminate bad packet propagation and maximize bandwidth.
The switch dynamically allocates buffer space, minimizing dropping of frames on congested ports. The collision-based flow control (half-duplex mode only) stops frames from entering when buffer queue space is low. Internal addresses are self-learning, allowing you to change port connections or domains without affecting operations.
Fixed fibre ports
Using the mini media converter switch will be very economical in applications where you just need fixed fibre port configurations like Gigabit multimode or single-mode and no PoE. The multimode version can run up to 550 metres at 50/125µm or
220m on 62.5µ multimode fibre using the SC interface. The singlemode version supports distances up to 10km using the LC interface.
And because it transfers Ethernet packets at Gigabit speeds over fiber, you can ensure secure and interference-free extensions for your data-sensitive, bandwidth-intensive applications.
Standards — IEEE 802.3, IEEE 802.3u/ab, IEEE 802.1p, 1000BASE-TX, 1000BASE-SX or 1000Base-LX, IEEE 802.1q VLANs
Switching Performance — Store-and-forward, non blocking switching; 64 KB packet buffer memory with 1K address buffer storage and address buffer age-out time of 300 seconds
VLAN Support — Receives, transmits data packets with 4 bytes tagged VLAN field (IEEE 802.1q) unchanged
10/100/1000M copper: max 100m;
Gigabit multimode: 550m @ 50/125µm, 220m @ 62,5/125µm
Gigabit singlemode 1000BaseLX: 10km @ 9/125µm, 700-800m @ 50/125 µm
Gigabit singlemode 1000BaseZX: 40km @ 9/125µm
Connectors — Copper side: (2) RJ-45 (10BASE-T/100BASE-TX/1000BASE-T);
Fibre side: Multimode versions: (1) SC (1000BASE-SX), Single-mode versions: (1) LC (1000Base-LX)
Indicators — (2) sets of LEDs (top-front and on end with ports): (1) Power, (2) GB (one for each RJ-45 port) indicating speed, (3) LK/ACT (for each port) indicating link/activity
LBH2001AE-P-xx: Hardened 100–240-VAC, 47–63-Hz adapter and 12-VDC terminal block,
Consumption: 4 W (typical), 5 W (maximum);
LBH2001A-P-xx: Hardened 110 VAC, adapter and 12-VDC terminal block;
LBH2001A-P-xx-12: 12 VDC (8.0–15 VDC)
LBH2001A-P-xx-24: 24 VDC (18–36 VDC)
Size — 8.9H x 7.6W x 2.5D cm
Weight — 0.1 kg
Temperature — Operating: -40 to +75º C
Humidity — 5 to 95% non condensing
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