These compact, plug-and-play UTP-to-fibre media converters feature advanced link management and remote configuration tools as well as power supply flexibility for deployment in out-of-the-way industrial applications. For instance, use the Managed Miniature Media Converters to connect lower-cost copper switches to your fibre optic backbone to not only bridge legacy Ethernet and Fast Ethernet segments to fibre, but also increase your network distance and security over optical cable. Plus, they can be used in virtual local area network (VLAN) based applications, too.
They are particularly well-suited for campus network administrators looking for a way to isolate management traffic and customer data across a high-speed, point-to-point fibre link. But they can also be used by service providers who want remote customer premise equipment (CPE) management capabilities while delivering high-bandwidth "triple play" (voice, video, and data) services to customers.
In a typical application, you'd use a Managed Miniature Media Converter at a remote office to convert a long-distance fibre link from a central office to copper, managing the media converter from the central office with either SNMP or Telnet.
The media converters support bidirectional bandwidth control and a unique management tool in the included GUI based software that enables you to monitor the entire link between central and remote offices. Both the CPE and the fibre link can be managed as a single entity. In addition, the converters include DHCP and TFTP clients, and an SNMP management agent gives you the power to keep tabs on the status and activity of copper and fibre ports at the remote end.
The Managed Miniature Media Converters can also be remotely configured. To keep informed of link activity, you can even set them to provide vital alerts if an event occurs. What's more, the converters support Layer 2 packet switching, store-and-forward operation, QoS (Quality of Service) 802.1p-based packet prioritization, and oversized packets up to 1916 bytes per packet.
All Managed Miniature Media Converters feature a 100BASE-FX fiber data port, a 10BaseT/100BaseTX copper port for data and management and an auxiliary port that (when used with the included adapter cable) functions as a serial port for local console connections. The copper port auto negotiates to the attached network speed of either 10 or 100 Mbps Ethernet and includes MDIII/MDIX autocross functionality that automatically adjusts to the pinning of the connected UTP cabling. In addition, the converters support both half- and full duplex operation.
We offer both multimode and single-mode ST and SC versions. No matter the version ordered, you get several power supply options. Choose from an autosensing AC power adapter or use a 4-terminal DC power block (which has an extended voltage range of 5 to 50 VDC). And because the converters comply with the IEEE 802.3af Power over Ethernet (PoE) standard, you can also deploy them as powered devices that draw their power from connected 802.3af-compliant power sourcing equipment (PSE) via the spare pairs of the UTP cabling.
For a fiber-to-copper solution that incorporates a high-density centrally managed platform, use the Managed Miniature Media Converters with our High-Density Media Converter System II Chassis (LMC5200). By doing this, you can create a total end-to-end managed system. Ideal for any SNMP managed enterprise network, the High-Density System II family includes a wide range of hot-swappable media converter modules for converting copper to fiber, extending T1/E1 and vDSL services, managing bandwidth and more.
Fiber Optic Cable Supported —
LMM101A:LMM102A: 50/125µm or 62.5/125µm multimode;
LMM103A:LMM104A: 9/125µm single-mode
LMM101A, LMM102A: up to 2 km over 1300m multimode fibres,
LMM103A, LMM104A: up to 40 km using 1300nm single mode fibres;
Flow Control — IEEE 802.3x
Forwarding Rate — [/b]
10 Mbps: 14,880 pps;
100 Mbps: 148,800 pps
General MIBs —Traps (cold start, warm start), authentication failure, link up, link down, remote unit lost, remote unit back online, far-end TX link on and off, link status of ports, port type, fiber type, SNMP port (host/remote), SNMP agent IP address (host/remote/single), link partner, user-definable name of product, user-definable ID/name of ports, enable/disable ports, enable/disable FiberAlert, enable/disable loopback modes, set duplex mode for twisted-pair ports, set autonegotiation/speed for twisted-pair ports
MIB-II (RFC 1213) — Packets transmitted, packets received, octets (bytes) transmitted, octets (bytes) received, all standard MIB II objects
Operation — Half- or full duplex
RMON Statistics — Drop events, total bytes, total packets, broadcast packets, multicast packets, CRC align errors, undersize packets, oversize packets, fragments, jabbers, collisions, distribution of frame size
SNMP Management — SNMP V1 and V2c compatible
QoS Supported — IEEE 802.1p-based packet prioritization (2 queues [high/low] with 8 levels of priority)
Tagging Supported — Read/write IEEE 802.1Q VLAN tags; Q-in-Q Extra Tagging
Copper twisted-pair side: (1) RJ-45 (10BASE-T/100BASE-TX);
Fiber optic side: (1) duplex ST® or SC (100BASE-FX);
Serial local management port: (1) DB9 F (RS-232)
Temperature — Operating: without AC wall adapter: -35 to +70°C, with AC wall adapter: 0 to 40°C; Storage: -49 to +185°F (-45 to +85°C)
Humidity— 5 to 95%, noncondensing
Power — AC wall adapter: Input: 100-240 VAC, 50-60, autosensing, Output: 5 VDC; DC input voltage: 750 mA at 5 V, extended voltage range of 5-50 VDC;
Supports operation as a IEEE 802.3af Power over Ethernet powered device (PD)
Size — 2H x 4.6W x 8.6D cm
Weight — 0.1 kg
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