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Review an extensive range of multi mode or single mode, Commercial and Industrial, Ethernet to fiber media converters that are designed for every conversion requirement. Our managed and unmanaged models feature duplex or single fiber, PoE, and FTTX mode converters.

產品型錄

  • Intelligent Modular Media Converters

    Advantech offers the most reliable and flexible intelligent modular media converters, with high port density for the chassis and a variety of Ethernet to fiber converter modules. AC or DC power inputs provide a redundant power option for greater flexibility and stability. The modular chassis supports network management, via iView and SNMP, for remote management and monitoring. Intelligent management ensures a wide speed range with up to 10GE transmission.

    • IMC-712I-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 by 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 power options, it is a economical way to overcome a variety of media and mode conversion challenges. The IMC-713/716/719 series has 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 a diverse range of applications, using a variety of protocols, require. The temperature controlled fans in the IMC-713/716 chassis activate only when the chassis reaches a certain temperature, thereby extending the life of the fans. The fans on the IMC-719 series can be remotely controlled via SNMP.
    • IMC-751-M8ST

      The IMC-750/751 series are slide-in module Ethernet-to-fiber media converters for the IMC-7xx chassis, which support hot-swappable and easy installation. They allow network operators to incorporate multiple fiber types and wavelengths within a network. They can be monitored and controlled via a central site with the IMC-710 SNMP management module by iView2, Telnet, or CLI while installed in a IMC-71x series chassis. Link Fault Pass Through (LFPT) is a diagnostic feature that can enable or disable links to assist end users in troubleshooting a failed segment and configuration control to retain the latest configuration regardless of how the initial configuration was set up. The IMC-750 series can convert 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 the IMC-751 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 single-mode 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, the IMC-751I-2SFP is an industrial equipment device. The unit operates in environments that demand extended operating temperatures.
    • IMC-721I-T1MUX

      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 80km. 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-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.
    • IMC-790-2XFP

      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 Media Chassis 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 ,iView2 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.
    • IMC-790-2SFP

      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.
    • IMC-784I-SFP

      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 plus 1 uplink protection revertive mode, 1 plus 1 uplink protection non-revertive mode, a 4-port Gigabit switch and a dual copper to fiber SFP media/mode converter. The software management software for IMC-780 series, iView2, 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.
    • IMC-782-SFP

      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 software management software for IMC-780 series, iView2, 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.
    • IMC-771-SXL

      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 iView2, 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.
    • IMC-771-SST

      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 iView2, 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.
    • IMC-771-SSR

      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 iView2, 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.
    • IMC-771-SSET

      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 iView2, 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.
    • IMC-771-SSER

      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 iView2, 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.
    • IMC-771-SS4T

      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 iView2, 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.
    • IMC-771-SS4R

      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 iView2, 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.
    • IMC-771-SM

      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 iView2, 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.
    • IMC-771-SE

      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 iView2, 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.
    • IMC-771-MM

      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 iView2, 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.
    • IMC-771I-SFP

      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 iView2, 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.
    • IMC-771I-2SFP

      通過 SFP 模組支援的、獨立於協定的模組式光纖模式轉換器
    • IMC-770-SST

      iMcV-Giga-MediaLinX、TX/SSLX-SM1310-SC (1310xmt/1550rcv)
    • IMC-770-SSR

      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 iView2, 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.
    • IMC-770-SSER

      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 iView2, 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.
    • IMC-770-SM

      10/100/1000 Mbps 乙太網媒體轉換器、LX-SM1310-SC
    • IMC-770-SFP

      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 iView2, 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.
    • IMC-770-MM

      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 iView2, 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.
    • IMC-762-SST

      The IMC-760 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 OAM (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, iView2, 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 iView2, the central location can manage all host/remote pairs installed in the IMC-71x series with the single IP address of the chassis.
    • IMC-762-SSR

      The IMC-760 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 OAM(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, iView2, 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 iView2, the central location can manage all host/remote pairs installed in the IMC-71x series with the single IP address of the chassis.
    • IMC-762-SSET

      The IMC-760 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 OAM(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, iView2, 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 iView2, the central location can manage all host/remote pairs installed in the IMC-71x series with the single IP address of the chassis.
    • IMC-762-SSER

      The IMC-760 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 OAM (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, iView2, 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 iView2, the central location can manage all host/remote pairs installed in the IMC-71x series with the single IP address of the chassis.
    • IMC-762-SFP

      The IMC-760 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 OAM 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, iView2, 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 iView2, the central location can manage all host/remote pairs installed in the IMC-71x series with the single IP address of the chassis.
    • IMC-754I-SFP

      雙埠、擴展溫度 (IE)、100 Mbps 乙太網 SNMP 可託管媒體轉換器
    • IMC-751-SST

      The IMC-750/751 series are slide-in module Ethernet-to-fiber media converters for the IMC-7xx chassis, which support hot-swappable and easy installation. They allow network operators to incorporate multiple fiber types and wavelengths within a network. They can be monitored and controlled via a central site with the IMC-710 SNMP management module by iView2, Telnet, or CLI while installed in a IMC-71x series chassis. Link Fault Pass Through (LFPT) is a diagnostic feature that can enable or disable links to assist end users in troubleshooting a failed segment and configuration control to retain the latest configuration regardless of how the initial configuration was set up. The IMC-750 series can convert 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 the IMC-751 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 single-mode 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, the IMC-751I-2SFP is an industrial equipment device. The unit operates in environments that demand extended operating temperatures.
    • IMC-751-SSR

      The IMC-750/751 series are slide-in module Ethernet-to-fiber media converters for the IMC-7xx chassis, which support hot-swappable and easy installation. They allow network operators to incorporate multiple fiber types and wavelengths within a network. They can be monitored and controlled via a central site with the IMC-710 SNMP management module by iView2, Telnet, or CLI while installed in a IMC-71x series chassis. Link Fault Pass Through (LFPT) is a diagnostic feature that can enable or disable links to assist end users in troubleshooting a failed segment and configuration control to retain the latest configuration regardless of how the initial configuration was set up. The IMC-750 series can convert 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 the IMC-751 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 single-mode 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, the IMC-751I-2SFP is an industrial equipment device. The unit operates in environments that demand extended operating temperatures.
    • IMC-751-SSET

      The IMC-750/751 series are slide-in module Ethernet-to-fiber media converters for the IMC-7xx chassis, which support hot-swappable and easy installation. They allow network operators to incorporate multiple fiber types and wavelengths within a network. They can be monitored and controlled via a central site with the IMC-710 SNMP management module by iView2, Telnet, or CLI while installed in a IMC-71x series chassis. Link Fault Pass Through (LFPT) is a diagnostic feature that can enable or disable links to assist end users in troubleshooting a failed segment and configuration control to retain the latest configuration regardless of how the initial configuration was set up. The IMC-750 series can convert 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 the IMC-751 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 single-mode 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, the IMC-751I-2SFP is an industrial equipment device. The unit operates in environments that demand extended operating temperatures.
    • IMC-751-SSER

      The IMC-750/751 series are slide-in module Ethernet-to-fiber media converters for the IMC-7xx chassis, which support hot-swappable and easy installation. They allow network operators to incorporate multiple fiber types and wavelengths within a network. They can be monitored and controlled via a central site with the IMC-710 SNMP management module by iView2, Telnet, or CLI while installed in a IMC-71x series chassis. Link Fault Pass Through (LFPT) is a diagnostic feature that can enable or disable links to assist end users in troubleshooting a failed segment and configuration control to retain the latest configuration regardless of how the initial configuration was set up. The IMC-750 series can convert 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 the IMC-751 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 single-mode 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, the IMC-751I-2SFP is an industrial equipment device. The unit operates in environments that demand extended operating temperatures.
    • IMC-751-SE

      The IMC-750/751 series are slide-in module Ethernet-to-fiber media converters for the IMC-7xx chassis, which support hot-swappable and easy installation. They allow network operators to incorporate multiple fiber types and wavelengths within a network. They can be monitored and controlled via a central site with the IMC-710 SNMP management module by iView2, Telnet, or CLI while installed in a IMC-71x series chassis. Link Fault Pass Through (LFPT) is a diagnostic feature that can enable or disable links to assist end users in troubleshooting a failed segment and configuration control to retain the latest configuration regardless of how the initial configuration was set up. The IMC-750 series can convert 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 the IMC-751 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 single-mode 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, the IMC-751I-2SFP is an industrial equipment device. The unit operates in environments that demand extended operating temperatures.
    • IMC-751-MMST

      The IMC-750/751 series are slide-in module Ethernet-to-fiber media converters for the IMC-7xx chassis, which support hot-swappable and easy installation. They allow network operators to incorporate multiple fiber types and wavelengths within a network. They can be monitored and controlled via a central site with the IMC-710 SNMP management module by iView2, Telnet, or CLI while installed in a IMC-71x series chassis. Link Fault Pass Through (LFPT) is a diagnostic feature that can enable or disable links to assist end users in troubleshooting a failed segment and configuration control to retain the latest configuration regardless of how the initial configuration was set up. The IMC-750 series can convert 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 the IMC-751 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 single-mode 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, the IMC-751I-2SFP is an industrial equipment device. The unit operates in environments that demand extended operating temperatures.
    • IMC-751-MM

      The IMC-750/751 series are slide-in module Ethernet-to-fiber media converters for the IMC-7xx chassis, which support hot-swappable and easy installation. They allow network operators to incorporate multiple fiber types and wavelengths within a network. They can be monitored and controlled via a central site with the IMC-710 SNMP management module by iView2, Telnet, or CLI while installed in a IMC-71x series chassis. Link Fault Pass Through (LFPT) is a diagnostic feature that can enable or disable links to assist end users in troubleshooting a failed segment and configuration control to retain the latest configuration regardless of how the initial configuration was set up. The IMC-750 series can convert 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 the IMC-751 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 single-mode 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, the IMC-751I-2SFP is an industrial equipment device. The unit operates in environments that demand extended operating temperatures.
    • IMC-751-M8

      The IMC-750/751 series are slide-in module Ethernet-to-fiber media converters for the IMC-7xx chassis, which support hot-swappable and easy installation. They allow network operators to incorporate multiple fiber types and wavelengths within a network. They can be monitored and controlled via a central site with the IMC-710 SNMP management module by iView2, Telnet, or CLI while installed in a IMC-71x series chassis. Link Fault Pass Through (LFPT) is a diagnostic feature that can enable or disable links to assist end users in troubleshooting a failed segment and configuration control to retain the latest configuration regardless of how the initial configuration was set up. The IMC-750 series can convert 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 the IMC-751 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 single-mode 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, the IMC-751I-2SFP is an industrial equipment device. The unit operates in environments that demand extended operating temperatures.
    • IMC-750-SST

      10/100 Mbps 乙太網媒體轉換器,TX/SSFX-SM1310-SC (1310xmt/1550rcv)
    • IMC-750-SSR

      10/100 Mbps 乙太網媒體轉換器,TX/SSFX-SM1550-SC (1550xmt/1310rcv)
    • IMC-750-SSLT

      The IMC-750/751 series are slide-in module Ethernet-to-fiber media converters for the IMC-7xx chassis, which support hot-swappable and easy installation. They allow network operators to incorporate multiple fiber types and wavelengths within a network. They can be monitored and controlled via a central site with the IMC-710 SNMP management module by iView2, Telnet, or CLI while installed in a IMC-71x series chassis. Link Fault Pass Through (LFPT) is a diagnostic feature that can enable or disable links to assist end users in troubleshooting a failed segment and configuration control to retain the latest configuration regardless of how the initial configuration was set up. The IMC-750 series can convert 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 the IMC-751 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 single-mode 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, the IMC-751I-2SFP is an industrial equipment device. The unit operates in environments that demand extended operating temperatures.
    • IMC-750-SSLR

      The IMC-750/751 series are slide-in module Ethernet-to-fiber media converters for the IMC-7xx chassis, which support hot-swappable and easy installation. They allow network operators to incorporate multiple fiber types and wavelengths within a network. They can be monitored and controlled via a central site with the IMC-710 SNMP management module by iView2, Telnet, or CLI while installed in a IMC-71x series chassis. Link Fault Pass Through (LFPT) is a diagnostic feature that can enable or disable links to assist end users in troubleshooting a failed segment and configuration control to retain the latest configuration regardless of how the initial configuration was set up. The IMC-750 series can convert 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 the IMC-751 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 single-mode 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, the IMC-751I-2SFP is an industrial equipment device. The unit operates in environments that demand extended operating temperatures.
    • IMC-750-SSET

      The IMC-750/751 series are slide-in module Ethernet-to-fiber media converters for the IMC-7xx chassis, which support hot-swappable and easy installation. They allow network operators to incorporate multiple fiber types and wavelengths within a network. They can be monitored and controlled via a central site with the IMC-710 SNMP management module by iView2, Telnet, or CLI while installed in a IMC-71x series chassis. Link Fault Pass Through (LFPT) is a diagnostic feature that can enable or disable links to assist end users in troubleshooting a failed segment and configuration control to retain the latest configuration regardless of how the initial configuration was set up. The IMC-750 series can convert 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 the IMC-751 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 single-mode 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, the IMC-751I-2SFP is an industrial equipment device. The unit operates in environments that demand extended operating temperatures.
    • IMC-750-SSER

      The IMC-750/751 series are slide-in module Ethernet-to-fiber media converters for the IMC-7xx chassis, which support hot-swappable and easy installation. They allow network operators to incorporate multiple fiber types and wavelengths within a network. They can be monitored and controlled via a central site with the IMC-710 SNMP management module by iView2, Telnet, or CLI while installed in a IMC-71x series chassis. Link Fault Pass Through (LFPT) is a diagnostic feature that can enable or disable links to assist end users in troubleshooting a failed segment and configuration control to retain the latest configuration regardless of how the initial configuration was set up. The IMC-750 series can convert 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 the IMC-751 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 single-mode 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, the IMC-751I-2SFP is an industrial equipment device. The unit operates in environments that demand extended operating temperatures.
    • IMC-750-SEST

      The IMC-750/751 series are slide-in module Ethernet-to-fiber media converters for the IMC-7xx chassis, which support hot-swappable and easy installation. They allow network operators to incorporate multiple fiber types and wavelengths within a network. They can be monitored and controlled via a central site with the IMC-710 SNMP management module by iView2, Telnet, or CLI while installed in a IMC-71x series chassis. Link Fault Pass Through (LFPT) is a diagnostic feature that can enable or disable links to assist end users in troubleshooting a failed segment and configuration control to retain the latest configuration regardless of how the initial configuration was set up. The IMC-750 series can convert 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 the IMC-751 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 single-mode 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, the IMC-751I-2SFP is an industrial equipment device. The unit operates in environments that demand extended operating temperatures.
    • IMC-750-SE

      The IMC-750/751 series are slide-in module Ethernet-to-fiber media converters for the IMC-7xx chassis, which support hot-swappable and easy installation. They allow network operators to incorporate multiple fiber types and wavelengths within a network. They can be monitored and controlled via a central site with the IMC-710 SNMP management module by iView2, Telnet, or CLI while installed in a IMC-71x series chassis. Link Fault Pass Through (LFPT) is a diagnostic feature that can enable or disable links to assist end users in troubleshooting a failed segment and configuration control to retain the latest configuration regardless of how the initial configuration was set up. The IMC-750 series can convert 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 the IMC-751 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 single-mode 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, the IMC-751I-2SFP is an industrial equipment device. The unit operates in environments that demand extended operating temperatures.
    • IMC-750I-SFP

      The IMC-750/751 series are slide-in module Ethernet-to-fiber media converters for the IMC-7xx chassis, which support hot-swappable and easy installation. They allow network operators to incorporate multiple fiber types and wavelengths within a network. They can be monitored and controlled via a central site with the IMC-710 SNMP management module by iView2, Telnet, or CLI while installed in a IMC-71x series chassis. Link Fault Pass Through (LFPT) is a diagnostic feature that can enable or disable links to assist end users in troubleshooting a failed segment and configuration control to retain the latest configuration regardless of how the initial configuration was set up. The IMC-750 series can convert 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 the IMC-751 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 single-mode 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, the IMC-751I-2SFP is an industrial equipment device. The unit operates in environments that demand extended operating temperatures.
    • IMC-723-SSET

      The IMC-723 series enables user to convert coaxial media to single-mode fiber and extend the distance of data transmissions over access networks up 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.
    • IMC-723-SSER

      The IMC-723 series enables user to convert coaxial media to single-mode fiber and extend the distance of data transmissions over access networks up 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.
    • IMC-723-SE

      The IMC-723 series enables user to convert coaxial media to single-mode fiber and extend the distance of data transmissions over access networks up 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.
    • IMC-721I-SST

      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 plus 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 up 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.
    • IMC-721I-SSR

      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 80km. 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 plus 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-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.
    • IMC-721I-SSET

      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 plus 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 up 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.
    • IMC-721I-SSER

      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 80km. 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 plus 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-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.
    • IMC-721I-SL

      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 80km. 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 plus 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-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.
    • IMC-721I-SEST

      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 80km. 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 plus 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-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.
    • IMC-721I-SE

      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 80km. 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 plus 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-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.
    • IMC-721I-MMST

      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 80km. 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 plus 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-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.
    • IMC-721I-MM

      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 80km. 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 plus 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-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.
    • IMC-721I-E1MUX

      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-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.
    • IMC-719-2DC

      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-713/716/719 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.
    • IMC-719-2AC-US

      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-713/716/719 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.
    • IMC-719-2AC

      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 by 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 power options, it is a economical way to overcome a variety of media and mode conversion challenges. The IMC-713/716/719 series has 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 a diverse range of applications, using a variety of protocols, require. The temperature controlled fans in the IMC-713/716 chassis activate only when the chassis reaches a certain temperature, thereby extending the life of the fans. The fans on the IMC-719 series can be remotely controlled via SNMP.
    • IMC-719

      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-713/716/719 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.
    • IMC-716-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-713/716/719 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.
    • IMC-716-AC-US

      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-713/716/719 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.
    • IMC-716-2DC

      6 插槽 SNMP 可託管主機殼,帶 2 個直流電源模組
    • IMC-716-2AC-US

      SNMP 可託管主機殼,包含 2 個交流電源模組
    • IMC-713-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-713/716/719 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.
    • IMC-713-AC-US

      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-713/716/719 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.
    • IMC-713-ACDC-US

      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-713/716/719 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.
    • IMC-713-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 by 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 power options, it is a economical way to overcome a variety of media and mode conversion challenges. The IMC-713/716/719 series has 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 a diverse range of applications, using a variety of protocols, require. The temperature controlled fans in the IMC-713/716 chassis activate only when the chassis reaches a certain temperature, thereby extending the life of the fans. The fans on the IMC-719 series can be remotely controlled via SNMP.
    • IMC-713-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 by 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 power options, it is a economical way to overcome a variety of media and mode conversion challenges. The IMC-713/716/719 series has 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 a diverse range of applications, using a variety of protocols, require. The temperature controlled fans in the IMC-713/716 chassis activate only when the chassis reaches a certain temperature, thereby extending the life of the fans. The fans on the IMC-719 series can be remotely controlled via SNMP.
    • IMC-713-2DC

      3 插槽 SNMP 可託管主機殼,帶 2 個固定的直流電源
    • IMC-713-2AC-US

      SNMP 可託管主機殼,帶 2 個固定的交流電源
    • IMC-712I-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.
    • IMC-712I-AC-US

      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.
    • IMC-712-AC-US

      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.
    • IMC-712-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 by 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 power options, it is a economical way to overcome a variety of media and mode conversion challenges. The IMC-713/716/719 series has 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 a diverse range of applications, using a variety of protocols, require. The temperature controlled fans in the IMC-713/716 chassis activate only when the chassis reaches a certain temperature, thereby extending the life of the fans. The fans on the IMC-719 series can be remotely controlled via SNMP.
    • IMC-711I-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.
    • IMC-711I-AC-PS

      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.
    • IMC-711-AC-US

      模組式媒體轉換器主機殼
    • IMC-711-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 by 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 power options, it is a economical way to overcome a variety of media and mode conversion challenges. The IMC-713/716/719 series has 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 a diverse range of applications, using a variety of protocols, require. The temperature controlled fans in the IMC-713/716 chassis activate only when the chassis reaches a certain temperature, thereby extending the life of the fans. The fans on the IMC-719 series can be remotely controlled via SNMP.
    • IMC-710

      SNMP 管理模組
  • VDSL Extenders

    Advantech offers an End-to-End solution with high-speed, long reach ethernet extender and Power over Ethernet technology to extend the Ethernet service. Supports VDSL2 (very-high-data-rate) with single-pair phone line and coaxial cable which based on G.993.2 standard. Combines not only the characteristics of compact size and indusrial grade, but also support power over VDSL which powerling over 300 meters. Provides Management function for industrial management switch with the VDSL SFP uplink port.

    • EKI-1751PI-R

      The EKI-1751PI-M & EKI-1751PI-R are Industrial Long Reach Power over Ethernet Extenders that utilize existing copper cabling infrastructure (twisted pair or coaxial cable) by extending Ethernet to up to 2000 meters over VDSL2. Both EKI-1751PI-M & EKI-1751PI-R comply to IEEE 802.3af/at standards, ensuring interoperability with a variety of compliant PD devices in the market. The EKI-1751PI-M & EKI-1751PI-R provide a unique PoE solution in the industry, offering flexibility and reliability.
    • EKI-1751PI-M

      EKI-1751PI-M and EKI-1751-PI-R are Industrial Long Reach Power over Ethernet Extenders that utilizes existing copper cabling infrastructure (twisted pair or coaxial cable) by extending Ethernet to up to 2000 meters over VDSL2. As an endspan unit, it relies on its own source of power and can provide 30W of power for each RJ-45 port to PD devices (up to 120W total) such as PTZ cameras, Wireless AP and VoIP phones. Both EKI-1751PI-M & EKI-1751PI-R comply to IEEE 802.3af/at standards, ensuring interoperability with a variety of compliant PD devices in the market. EKI-1751PI-M & EKI-1751PI-R provide a unique PoE solution in the industry, offering flexibility and reliability.
    • EKI-1751I

      The EKI-1751I is an Industrial Long Reach Ethernet Extender that utilize existing copper cabling infrastructure (via twisted pair or coaxial cable) to extend Ethernet to up to 2000 meters over VDSL2. The EKI-1751I is equipped with M12 Ethernet connector in addition to 2 x RJ45 Ethernet connectors to offer the most flexibility possible to your project needs. M12 connector adds the option to deploy these easy to use plug-n-play devices into a more secure environments where reliability is the utmost priority. The EKI-1751I is recommended to be used in pairs over a single pair of telephone-grade unshielded twisted pair (UTP) wire or a coaxial cable. EKI-1751I uses IP30 aluminum enclosures, which is ideal for industrial applications. It is also capable of handling wide temperatures range from -40 to 75 °C. Its convenient DIP switch provides easier configuration options to meet many deployment needs. Installer can select VDSL2 'Band-Plans' (Asymmetric or Symmetric) or SNR margin (6dB or 9dB). With abundant LEDs, it offers quick snapshot of status and diagnostics.
    • EKI-1751

      The EKI-1751 is a Long Reach Ethernet Extender that utilizes existing copper cabling infrastructure (twisted pair) by extending Ethernet to up to 1200 meters over VDSL2. Applications such as IP-based Internet connections, video surveillance and voice services can benefit from the EKI-1751 series. The devices support VDSL2 Profiles 17a and 30a. EKI-1751 is designed to work in pairs over twisted pair. As an unmanaged product, it is easy to install. Each Extender can be set to a Master (CO) or Remote (CPE) via a DIP Switch. The Extenders support SNR Margin, VDSL2 Profile 30a(High Bandwidth Mode) or VDSL2 Profile 17a(Long Reach Mode), and Symmetric/Asymmetric data throughput. The selection of symmetrical or asymmetrical for throughput of upstream/downstream data rates directly influences the distance covered. Its LEDs include link activity, VDSL status, and Central Office or Customer Premises Equipment designation. The Extenders meet 802.3 Ethernet standards, as well as transparently supporting VLANS, 802.1q.
  • Miniature Media Converters

    Advantech provides the smallest industrial media converters - measuring only 3.5 x 2 inches. The powertray solution, which is easily installed and uses central power to provide multiple converters in one chassis, saves space and ensures efficient power usage.

    • IMC-390-SM

      The IMC-380 and IMC-390 series are compact, multi-port media converters that support both IEEE802.3at and IEEE802.3af PoE standards. These unmanaged, plug-n-play media converters with PoE capability are thus ideal solutions for Ethernet networks. Designed with two 10/100/1000Base-T copper UTP ports and SFP or a fixed fiber transceiver, 1x9 uplink port for the network connection, the IMC-380 series can power one PD device through a standard CAT5 (or higher version) cable via one copper port while delivering data over the other port. The IMC-390 series is capable of powering up to two PD devices with a power budget of 60W. The IMC-380 and IMC-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 local and remote IMC network 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.
    • IMC-390-MM

      The IMC-380 and IMC-390 series are compact, multi-port media converters that support both IEEE802.3at and IEEE802.3af PoE standards. These unmanaged, plug-n-pla media converters with PoE capability are thus ideal solutions for Ethernet networks. Designed with two 10/100/1000Base-T copper UTP ports and SFP or a fixed fiber transceiver, 1x9 uplink port for the network connection, the IMC-380 series can power one PD device through a standard CAT5 (or higher version) cable via one copper port while delivering data over the other port. The IMC-390 series is capable of powering up to two PD devices with a power budget of 60W. The IMC-380 and IMC-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 local and remote IMC network 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
    • IMC-370I-SFP

      The IMC-370 series offers the most compact media converters. They can extend the 10, 100 and 1000Mbps twisted-pair network segments up to 80km over fiber technology. Supporting both 10/100/1000Mbps auto negotiation on the copper port and 1000Mbps full-duplex on the fiber port, the IMC-370 series serves as a media and data rate converter. The IMC-370I-SFP supports Link Fault Pass Through (LFPT) 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, auto negotiation, and AutoCross operation. It can be powered by AC/DC power, dual USB cable, or via installation in a centrally powered media converter chassis.
    • IMC-390-SM-US

      PoE+ Giga-MiniMc, LFPT, 2TX/LX-SM1310-SC
    • IMC-390-SM-PS

      The IMC-380 and IMC-390 series are compact, multi-port media converters that support both IEEE802.3at and IEEE802.3af PoE standards. These unmanaged, plug-n-play media converters with PoE capability are thus ideal solutions for Ethernet networks. Designed with two 10/100/1000Base-T copper UTP ports and SFP or a fixed fiber transceiver, 1x9 uplink port for the network connection, the IMC-380 series can power one PD device through a standard CAT5 (or higher version) cable via one copper port while delivering data over the other port. The IMC-390 series is capable of powering up to two PD devices with a power budget of 60W. The IMC-380 and IMC-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 local and remote IMC network 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.
    • IMC-390-SFP-US

      PoE+ Giga-MiniMc LFPT, 2TX/SFP
    • IMC-390-SFP-PS

      The IMC-380 and IMC-390 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. 
    • IMC-390-SFP

      The IMC-380 and IMC-390 series are compact, multi-port media converters that support both IEEE802.3at 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.
    • IMC-390-SE-US

      The IMC-380 and IMC 390 series are compact, multi-port media converters that support both IEEE802.3at 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.
    • IMC-390-SE-PS

      The IMC-380 and IMC-390 series are compact, multi-port media converters that support both IEEE802.3at and IEEE802.3af PoE standards. These unmanaged, plug-n-play media converters with PoE capability are thus ideal solutions for Ethernet networks. Designed with two 10/100/1000Base-T copper UTP ports and SFP or a fixed fiber transceiver, 1x9 uplink port for the network connection, the IMC-380 series can power one PD device through a standard CAT5 (or higher version) cable via one copper port while delivering data over the other port. The IMC-390 series is capable of powering up to two PD devices with a power budget of 60W. The IMC-380 and IMC-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 local and remote IMC network 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.
    • IMC-390-MM-US

      PoE+ Giga-MiniMc LFPT, 2TX/SX-MM850-SC
    • IMC-390-MM-PS

      The IMC-380 and IMC-390 series are compact, multi-port media converters that support both IEEE802.3at and IEEE802.3af PoE standards. These unmanaged, plug-n-play media converters with PoE capability are thus ideal solutions for Ethernet networks. Designed with two 10/100/1000Base-T copper UTP ports and SFP or a fixed fiber transceiver, 1x9 uplink port for the network connection, the IMC-380 series can power one PD device through a standard CAT5 (or higher version) cable via one copper port while delivering data over the other port. The IMC-390 series is capable of powering up to two PD devices with a power budget of 60W. The IMC-380 and IMC-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 local and remote IMC network 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.
    • IMC-390-M1-US

      The IMC-380 and IMC 390 series are compact, multi-port media converters that support both IEEE802.3at 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.
    • IMC-390-M1-PS

      The IMC-380 and IMC-390 series are compact, multi-port media converters that support both IEEE802.3at and IEEE802.3af PoE standards. These unmanaged, plug-n-play media converters with PoE capability are thus ideal solutions for Ethernet networks. Designed with two 10/100/1000Base-T copper UTP ports and SFP or a fixed fiber transceiver, 1x9 uplink port for the network connection, the IMC-380 series can power one PD device through a standard CAT5 (or higher version) cable via one copper port while delivering data over the other port. The IMC-390 series is capable of powering up to two PD devices with a power budget of 60W. The IMC-380 and IMC-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 local and remote IMC network 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.
    • IMC-380-SFP-US

      PoE Giga-MiniMc LFPT, 2TX/SFP
    • IMC-380-SFP-PS

      The IMC-380 and IMC-390 series are compact, multi-port media converters that support both IEEE802.3at and IEEE802.3af PoE standards. These unmanaged, plug-n-play media converters with PoE capability are thus ideal solutions for Ethernet networks. Designed with two 10/100/1000Base-T copper UTP ports and SFP or a fixed fiber transceiver, 1x9 uplink port for the network connection, the IMC-380 series can power one PD device through a standard CAT5 (or higher version) cable via one copper port while delivering data over the other port. The IMC-390 series is capable of powering up to two PD devices with a power budget of 60W. The IMC-380 and IMC-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 local and remote IMC network 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.
    • IMC-380-SFP

      The IMC-380 and IMC 390 series are compact, multi-port media converters that support both IEEE802.3at 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.
    • IMC-371-SM-PS

      The IMC-370 series offers the most compact media converters. They can extend the 10, 100 and 1000Mbps twisted-pair network segments up to 80km over fiber technology. Supporting both 10/100/1000Mbps auto negotiation on the copper port and 1000Mbps full-duplex on the fiber port, the IMC-370 series serves as a media and data rate converter. 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. 
    • IMC-371-MM-PS

      The IMC-370 series offers the most compact media converters. They can extend the 10, 100 and 1000Mbps twisted-pair network segments up to 80km over fiber technology. Supporting both 10/100/1000Mbps auto negotiation on the copper port and 1000Mbps full-duplex on the fiber port, the IMC-370 series serves as a media and data rate converter. 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. 
    • IMC-370-SST-PS-A

      The IMC-370 series offers the most compact media converters. They can extend the 10, 100 and 1000Mbps twisted-pair network segments up to 80km over fiber technology. Supporting both 10/100/1000Mbps auto negotiation on the copper port and 1000Mbps full-duplex on the fiber port, the IMC-370 series serves as a media and data rate converter. The IMC-370 series supports Link Fault Pass Through (LFPT) 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. 
    • IMC-370-SST-PS

      The IMC-370 series offers the most compact media converters. They can extend the 10, 100 and 1000Mbps twisted-pair network segments up to 80km over fiber technology. Supporting both 10/100/1000Mbps auto negotiation on the copper port and 1000Mbps full-duplex on the fiber port, the IMC-370 series serves as a media and data rate converter. 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. 
    • IMC-370-SSR-PS-A

      The IMC-370 series offers the most compact media converters. They can extend the 10, 100 and 1000Mbps twisted-pair network segments up to 80km over fiber technology. Supporting both 10/100/1000Mbps auto negotiation on the copper port and 1000Mbps full-duplex on the fiber port, the IMC-370 series serves as a media and data rate converter. The IMC-370 series supports Link Fault Pass Through (LFPT) 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. 
    • IMC-370-SSR-PS

      The IMC-370 series offers the most compact media converters. They can extend the 10, 100 and 1000Mbps twisted-pair network segments up to 80km over fiber technology. Supporting both 10/100/1000Mbps auto negotiation on the copper port and 1000Mbps full-duplex on the fiber port, the IMC-370 series serves as a media and data rate converter. 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. 
    • IMC-370-SM-PS-A

      The IMC-370 series offers the most compact media converters. They can extend the 10, 100 and 1000Mbps twisted-pair network segments up to 80km over fiber technology. Supporting both 10/100/1000Mbps auto negotiation on the copper port and 1000Mbps full-duplex on the fiber port, the IMC-370 series serves as a media and data rate converter. The IMC-370I series supports Link Fault Pass Through (LFPT) 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. 
    • IMC-370-SM-PS

      The IMC-370 series offers the most compact media converters. They can extend the 10, 100 and 1000Mbps twisted-pair network segments up to 80km over fiber technology. Supporting both 10/100/1000Mbps auto negotiation on the copper port and 1000Mbps full-duplex on the fiber port, the IMC-370 series serves as a media and data rate converter. 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. 
    • IMC-370-SL-PS-A

      The IMC-370 series offers the most compact media converters. They can extend the 10, 100 and 1000Mbps twisted-pair network segments up to 80km over fiber technology. Supporting both 10/100/1000Mbps auto negotiation on the copper port and 1000Mbps full-duplex on the fiber port, the IMC-370 series serves as a media and data rate converter. The IMC-370I series supports Link Fault Pass Through (LFPT) 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. 
    • IMC-370-SL-PS

      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 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. 
    • IMC-370-SFP-PS-A

      The IMC-370 series offers the most compact media converters. They can extend the 10, 100 and 1000Mbps twisted-pair network segments up to 80km over fiber technology. Supporting both 10/100/1000Mbps auto negotiation on the copper port and 1000Mbps full-duplex on the fiber port, the IMC-370 series serves as a media and data rate converter. The IMC-370I series supports Link Fault Pass Through (LFPT) 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. 
    • IMC-370-SFP-PS

      The IMC-370 series offers the most compact media converters. They can extend the 10, 100 and 1000Mbps twisted-pair network segments up to 80km over fiber technology. Supporting both 10/100/1000Mbps auto negotiation on the copper port and 1000Mbps full-duplex on the fiber port, the IMC-370 series serves as a media and data rate converter. 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. 
    • IMC-370-SE-PS-A

      The IMC-370 series offers the most compact media converters. They can extend the 10, 100 and 1000Mbps twisted-pair network segments up to 80km over fiber technology. Supporting both 10/100/1000Mbps auto negotiation on the copper port and 1000Mbps full-duplex on the fiber port, the IMC-370 series serves as a media and data rate converter. The IMC-370I series supports Link Fault Pass Through (LFPT) 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. 
    • IMC-370-SE-PS

      The IMC-370 series offers the most compact media converters. They can extend the 10, 100 and 1000Mbps twisted-pair network segments up to 80km over fiber technology. Supporting both 10/100/1000Mbps auto negotiation on the copper port and 1000Mbps full-duplex on the fiber port, the IMC-370 series serves as a media and data rate converter. 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. 
    • IMC-370-MMST-PS-A

      The IMC-370 series offers the most compact media converters. They can extend the 10, 100 and 1000Mbps twisted-pair network segments up to 80km over fiber technology. Supporting both 10/100/1000Mbps auto negotiation on the copper port and 1000Mbps full-duplex on the fiber port, the IMC-370 series serves as a media and data rate converter. The IMC-370I series supports Link Fault Pass Through (LFPT) 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. 
    • IMC-370-MMST-PS

      The IMC-370 series offers the most compact media converters. They can extend the 10, 100 and 1000Mbps twisted-pair network segments up to 80km over fiber technology. Supporting both 10/100/1000Mbps auto negotiation on the copper port and 1000Mbps full-duplex on the fiber port, the IMC-370 series serves as a media and data rate converter. 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. 
    • IMC-370-MM-PS-A

      The IMC-370 series offers the most compact media converters. They can extend the 10, 100 and 1000Mbps twisted-pair network segments up to 80km over fiber technology. Supporting both 10/100/1000Mbps auto negotiation on the copper port and 1000Mbps full-duplex on the fiber port, the IMC-370 series serves as a media and data rate converter. The IMC-370I series supports Link Fault Pass Through (LFPT) 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. 
    • IMC-370-MM-PS

      The IMC-370 series offers the most compact media converters. They can extend the 10, 100 and 1000Mbps twisted-pair network segments up to 80km over fiber technology. Supporting both 10/100/1000Mbps auto negotiation on the copper port and 1000Mbps full-duplex on the fiber port, the IMC-370 series serves as a media and data rate converter. 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. 
    • IMC-370I-SST-PS-A

      The IMC-370 series offers the most compact media converters. They can extend the 10, 100 and 1000Mbps twisted-pair network segments up to 80km over fiber technology. Supporting both 10/100/1000Mbps auto negotiation on the copper port and 1000Mbps full-duplex on the fiber port, the IMC-370 series serves as a media and data rate converter. The IMC-370I series supports Link Fault Pass Through (LFPT) 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. 
    • IMC-370I-SST-PS

      The IMC-370 series offers the most compact media converters. They can extend the 10, 100 and 1000Mbps twisted-pair network segments up to 80km over fiber technology. Supporting both 10/100/1000Mbps auto negotiation on the copper port and 1000Mbps full-duplex on the fiber port, the IMC-370 series serves as a media and data rate converter.   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. 
    • IMC-370I-SSR-PS-A

      The IMC-370 series offers the most compact media converters. They can extend the 10, 100 and 1000Mbps twisted-pair network segments up to 80km over fiber technology. Supporting both 10/100/1000Mbps auto negotiation on the copper port and 1000Mbps full-duplex on the fiber port, the IMC-370 series serves as a media and data rate converter. The IMC-370I series supports Link Fault Pass Through (LFPT) 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. 
    • IMC-370I-SSR-PS

      The IMC-370 series offers the most compact media converters. They can extend the 10, 100 and 1000Mbps twisted-pair network segments up to 80km over fiber technology. Supporting both 10/100/1000Mbps auto negotiation on the copper port and 1000Mbps full-duplex on the fiber port, the IMC-370 series serves as a media and data rate converter. 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. 
    • IMC-370I-SM-PS-A

      The IMC-370 series offers the most compact media converters. They can extend the 10, 100 and 1000Mbps twisted-pair network segments up to 80km over fiber technology. Supporting both 10/100/1000Mbps auto negotiation on the copper port and 1000Mbps full-duplex on the fiber port, the IMC-370 series serves as a media and data rate converter. The IMC-370I series supports Link Fault Pass Through (LFPT) 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. 
    • IMC-370I-SM-PS

      The IMC-370 series offers the most compact media converters. They can extend the 10, 100 and 1000Mbps twisted-pair network segments up to 80km over fiber technology. Supporting both 10/100/1000Mbps auto negotiation on the copper port and 1000Mbps full-duplex on the fiber port, the IMC-370 series serves as a media and data rate converter. The IMC-370I supports plug-n-play functionality, auto negotiation, and AutoCross operation. It can be powered by AC/DC power, dual USB cable, or via installation in a centrally-powered media converter chassis.
    • IMC-370I-SM-A

      The IMC-370 series offers the most compact media converters. They can extend the 10, 100 and 1000Mbps twisted-pair network segments up to 80km over fiber technology. Supporting both 10/100/1000Mbps auto negotiation on the copper port and 1000Mbps full-duplex on the fiber port, the IMC-370 series serves as a media and data rate converter. The IMC-370I series supports Link Fault Pass Through (LFPT) 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. 
    • IMC-370I-SM

      The IMC-370 series offers the most compact media converters. They can extend the 10, 100 and 1000Mbps twisted-pair network segments up to 80km over fiber technology. Supporting both 10/100/1000Mbps auto negotiation on the copper port and 1000Mbps full-duplex on the fiber port, the IMC-370 series serves as a media and data rate converter. 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. 
    • IMC-370I-SFP-PS-A

      The IMC-370 series offers the most compact media converters. They can extend the 10, 100 and 1000Mbps twisted-pair network segments up to 80km over fiber technology. Supporting both 10/100/1000Mbps auto negotiation on the copper port and 1000Mbps full-duplex on the fiber port, the IMC-370 series serves as a media and data rate converter. The IMC-370I series supports Link Fault Pass Through (LFPT) 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. 
    • IMC-370I-SFP-PS

      IE-GigaMiniMc LFPT - SFP、寬溫度範圍
    • IMC-370I-SFP-A

      The IMC-370 series offers the most compact media converters. They can extend the 10, 100 and 1000Mbps twisted-pair network segments up to 80km over fiber technology. Supporting both 10/100/1000Mbps auto negotiation on the copper port and 1000Mbps full-duplex on the fiber port, the IMC-370 series serves as a media and data rate converter. The IMC-370I series supports Link Fault Pass Through (LFPT) 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, auto negotiation, and AutoCross operation. It can be powered by AC/DC power, dual USB cable, or via installation in the centrally-powered media converter chassis.
    • IMC-370I-SE-PS-A

      The IMC-370 series offers the most compact media converters. They can extend the 10, 100 and 1000Mbps twisted-pair network segments up to 80km over fiber technology. Supporting both 10/100/1000Mbps auto negotiation on the copper port and 1000Mbps full-duplex on the fiber port, the IMC-370 series serves as a media and data rate converter. The IMC-370I series supports Link Fault Pass Through (LFPT) 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, auto negotiation, and AutoCross operation. It can be powered by AC/DC power, dual USB cable, or via installation in the centrally-powered media converter chassis.
    • IMC-370I-SE-PS

      The IMC-370 series offers the most compact media converters. They can extend the 10, 100 and 1000Mbps twisted-pair network segments up to 80km over fiber technology. Supporting both 10/100/1000Mbps auto negotiation on the copper port and 1000Mbps full-duplex on the fiber port, the IMC-370 series serves as a media and data rate converter. The IMC-370I supports plug-n-play functionality, auto negotiation, and AutoCross operation. It can be powered by AC/DC power, dual USB cable, or via installation in a centrally-powered media converter chassis.
    • IMC-370I-MM-PS-A

      The IMC-370 series offers the most compact media converters. They can extend the 10, 100 and 1000Mbps twisted-pair network segments up to 80km over fiber technology. Supporting both 10/100/1000Mbps auto negotiation on the copper port and 1000Mbps full-duplex on the fiber port, the IMC-370 series serves as a media and data rate converter. The IMC-370I series supports Link Fault Pass Through (LFPT) 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. 
    • IMC-370I-MM-PS

      The IMC-370 series offers the most compact media converters. They can extend the 10, 100 and 1000Mbps twisted-pair network segments up to 80km over fiber technology. Supporting both 10/100/1000Mbps auto negotiation on the copper port and 1000Mbps full-duplex on the fiber port, the IMC-370 series serves as a media and data rate converter. 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. 
    • IMC-370I-MM-A

      The IMC-370 series offers the most compact media converters. They can extend the 10, 100 and 1000Mbps twisted-pair network segments up to 80km over fiber technology. Supporting both 10/100/1000Mbps auto negotiation on the copper port and 1000Mbps full-duplex on the fiber port, the IMC-370 series serves as a media and data rate converter. 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. 
    • IMC-370I-MM

      The IMC-370 series offers the most compact media converters. They can extend the 10, 100 and 1000Mbps twisted-pair network segments up to 80km over fiber technology. Supporting both 10/100/1000Mbps auto negotiation on the copper port and 1000Mbps full-duplex on the fiber port, the IMC-370 series serves as a media and data rate converter. 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. 
    • IMC-370I-2SFP-PS

      IE-ModeConverter、SFP/SFP(需要兩個 SFP/155/1250/2400 模組,需另行購買)(帶交流電源適配器)
    • IMC-370I-2SFP

      The IMC-370 series offers the most compact media converters. They can extend the 10, 100 and 1000Mbps twisted-pair network segments up to 80km over fiber technology. Supporting both 10/100/1000Mbps auto negotiation on the copper port and 1000Mbps full-duplex on the fiber port, the IMC-370 series serves as a media and data rate converter. The IMC-370I-SFP supports Link Fault Pass Through (LFPT) 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. 
    • IMC-350-USB-A

      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-350I 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 LFPT series 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.
    • IMC-350-USB

      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 IEEE 802.3af Power-over-Ethernet standard allow IMC-350I series to function as a power device. Its AC adapter and USB connectivity offer an unsurpassed flexibility for a variety of installation needs.
    • IMC-350-SST-PS-A

      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-350I 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 LFPT series 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.
    • IMC-350-SST-PS

      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 IEEE 802.3af Power-over-Ethernet standard allow IMC-350I series to function as a power device. Its AC adapter and USB connectivity offer an unsurpassed flexibility for a variety of installation needs.
    • IMC-350-SSR-PS-A

      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-350I 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.
    • IMC-350-SSR-PS

      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 IEEE 802.3af Power-over-Ethernet standard allow IMC-350I series to function as a power device. Its AC adapter and USB connectivity offer an unsurpassed flexibility for a variety of installation needs.
    • IMC-350-SSMT-PS-A

      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-350I 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 LFPT series 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.
    • IMC-350-SSMT-PS

      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 IEEE 802.3af Power-over-Ethernet standard allow IMC-350I series to function as a power device. Its AC adapter and USB connectivity offer an unsurpassed flexibility for a variety of installation needs.
    • IMC-350-SSMR-PS-A

      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-350I 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 LFPT series 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.
    • IMC-350-SSMR-PS

      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 IEEE 802.3af Power-over-Ethernet standard allow IMC-350I series to function as a power device. Its AC adapter and USB connectivity offer an unsurpassed flexibility for a variety of installation needs.
    • IMC-350-SL-PS-A

      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-350I 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 LFPT series 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.
    • IMC-350-SL-PS

      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-350I series to function as a power device. Its AC adapter and USB connectivity offer an unsurpassed flexibility for a variety of installation needs.
    • IMC-350-SL-A

      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-350I 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 LFPT series 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.
    • IMC-350-SL

      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-350I series to function as a power device. Its AC adapter and USB connectivity offer an unsurpassed flexibility for a variety of installation needs.
    • IMC-350-SFP-PS-A

      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 LFPT series 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.
    • IMC-350-SFP-PS

      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 IEEE 802.3af Power-over-Ethernet standard allow IMC-350I 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.
    • IMC-350-SFP-A

      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 LFPT series 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.
    • IMC-350-SFP

      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 IEEE 802.3af Power-over-Ethernet standard allow IMC-350I 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.
    • IMC-350-SEST-PS-A

      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 LFPT series 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.
    • IMC-350-SEST-PS

      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 IEEE 802.3af Power-over-Ethernet standard allow IMC-350I series to function as a power device. Its AC adapter and USB connectivity offer an unsurpassed flexibility for a variety of installation needs.
    • IMC-350-SEST-A

      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 LFPT series 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.
    • IMC-350-SEST

      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 IEEE 802.3af Power-over-Ethernet standard allow IMC-350I series to function as a power device. Its AC adapter and USB connectivity offer an unsurpassed flexibility for a variety of installation needs.
    • IMC-350-SE-PS-A

      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 LFPT series 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.
    • IMC-350-SE-PS

      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 IEEE 802.3af Power-over-Ethernet standard allow IMC-350I 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.
    • IMC-350-SE-A

      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 LFPT series 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.
    • IMC-350-SE

      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 IEEE 802.3af Power-over-Ethernet standard allow IMC-350I series to function as a power device. Its AC adapter and USB connectivity offer an unsurpassed flexibility for a variety of installation needs.
    • IMC-350-MMST-PS-A

      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 LFPT series 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.
    • IMC-350-MMST-PS

      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 IEEE 802.3af Power-over-Ethernet standard allow IMC-350I series to function as a power device. Its AC adapter and USB connectivity offer an unsurpassed flexibility for a variety of installation needs.
    • IMC-350-MMST-A

      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 LFPT series 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.
    • IMC-350-MMST

      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 IEEE 802.3af Power-over-Ethernet standard allow IMC-350I series to function as a power device. Its AC adapter and USB connectivity offer an unsurpassed flexibility for a variety of installation needs.
    • IMC-350-MM-PS-A

      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 LFPT series 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.
    • IMC-350-MM-PS

      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 IEEE 802.3af Power-over-Ethernet standard allow IMC-350I series to function as a power device. Its AC adapter and USB connectivity offer an unsurpassed flexibility for a variety of installation needs.
    • IMC-350-MM-A

      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 LFPT series 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.
    • IMC-350-MM

      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 IEEE 802.3af Power-over-Ethernet standard allow IMC-350I series to function as a power device. Its AC adapter and USB connectivity offer an unsurpassed flexibility for a variety of installation needs.
    • IMC-350-M8ST-PS-A

    • IMC-350-M8ST-PS

      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.
    • IMC-350-M8ST-A

    • IMC-350-M8ST

      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.
    • IMC-350-M8-PS-A

    • IMC-350-M8-PS

      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.
    • IMC-350-M8-A

    • IMC-350-M8

      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.
    • IMC-350I-SST-PS-A

      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 LFPT series 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.
    • IMC-350I-SST-PS

      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 IEEE 802.3af Power-over-Ethernet standard allow IMC-350I series to function as a power device. Its AC adapter and USB connectivity offer an unsurpassed flexibility for a variety of installation needs.
    • IMC-350I-SST-A

      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 LFPT series 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.
    • IMC-350I-SST

      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 IEEE 802.3af Power-over-Ethernet standard allow IMC-350I series to function as a power device. Its AC adapter and USB connectivity offer an unsurpassed flexibility for a variety of installation needs.
    • IMC-350I-SSR-PS-A

      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 LFPT series 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.
    • IMC-350I-SSR-PS

      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 IEEE 802.3af Power-over-Ethernet standard allow IMC-350I series to function as a power device. Its AC adapter and USB connectivity offer an unsurpassed flexibility for a variety of installation needs.
    • IMC-350I-SSR-A

      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 LFPT series 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.
    • IMC-350I-SSR

      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 IEEE 802.3af 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.
    • IMC-350I-SL-PS-A

      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 LFPT series 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.
    • IMC-350I-SL-PS

      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 IEEE 802.3af 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.
    • IMC-350I-SFP-PS-A

      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 LFPT series 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.
    • IMC-350I-SEST-PS-A

      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 LFPT series 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.
    • IMC-350I-SEST-PS

      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-350I 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.
    • IMC-350I-SEST

      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 IEEE 802.3af Power-over-Ethernet standard allow IMC-350I series to function as a power device. Its AC adapter and USB connectivity offer an unsurpassed flexibility for a variety of installation needs.
    • IMC-350I-SE-PS-A

      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-350I 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 LFPT series 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.
    • IMC-350I-SE-PS

      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 IEEE 802.3af Power-over-Ethernet standard allow IMC-350I series to function as a power device. Its AC adapter and USB connectivity offer an unsurpassed flexibility for a variety of installation needs.
    • IMC-350I-SE-A

      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-350I 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 LFPT series 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.
    • IMC-350I-SE

      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-350I 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.
    • IMC-350I-MMST-PS-A

      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 LFPT series 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.
    • IMC-350I-MMST-PS

      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 IEEE 802.3af Power-over-Ethernet standard allow IMC-350I series to function as a power device. Its AC adapter and USB connectivity offer an unsurpassed flexibility for a variety of installation needs.
    • IMC-350I-MMST-A

      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 LFPT series 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.
    • IMC-350I-MMST

      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 IEEE 802.3af Power-over-Ethernet standard allow IMC-350I 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.
    • IMC-350I-MM-PS-A

      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 LFPT series 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.
    • IMC-350I-MM-PS

      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-350I 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.
    • IMC-350I-MM-A

      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 LFPT series 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.
    • IMC-350I-MM

      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-350I 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.
    • IMC-350I-M8ST-PS-A

    • IMC-350I-M8ST-PS

      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-350I 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.
    • IMC-350I-M8ST-A

      The IMC-350 series offers 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 100Mbps full-duplex on the fiber port, the IMC-350 series serves as media and data rate converter. Plug-and-play operation with a variety of model types and power options make the IMC-350 series easy and convenient to use. The IMC-350I series is of industrial grade and can operate in a wide temperature range. Multiple power options, including the IEEE802.3af Power-over-Ethernet standard, allow the IMC-350I series to function as a power device. Its AC adapter and USB connectivity offer unsurpassed flexibility for a variety of installation needs. The IMC-350 series 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 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.
    • IMC-350I-M8ST

      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-350I 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.
    • IMC-350I-M8-PS-A

      The IMC-350 series offers 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 100Mbps full-duplex on the fiber port, the IMC-350 series serves as media and data rate converter. Plug-and-play operation with a variety of model types and power options make the IMC-350 series easy and convenient to use. The IMC-350I series is of industrial grade and can operate in a wide temperature range. Multiple power options, including the IEEE802.3af Power-over-Ethernet standard, allow the IMC-350I series to function as a power device. Its AC adapter and USB connectivity offer unsurpassed flexibility for a variety of installation needs. The IMC-350 series 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 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.
    • IMC-350I-M8-PS

      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.
    • IMC-350I-M8-A

      The IMC-350 series offers 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 100Mbps full-duplex on the fiber port, the IMC-350 series serves as media and data rate converter. Plug-and-play operation with a variety of model types and power options make the IMC-350 series easy and convenient to use. The IMC-350I series is of industrial grade and can operate in a wide temperature range. Multiple power options, including the IEEE802.3af Power-over-Ethernet standard, allow the IMC-350I series to function as a power device. Its AC adapter and USB connectivity offer unsurpassed flexibility for a variety of installation needs. The IMC-350 series 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 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.
    • IMC-350I-M8

      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-350I 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.
    • IMC-318I-US

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    • IMC-318I

      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.
  • Standalone Media Converters

    Advantech's standalone media converter facilitates cabling needs with simple conversion and an optional internal power security device that makes the connection between copper and fiber cabling. Cost effective stand-alone media converters can be installed anywhere a network connection is needed. In addition, these media converters feature automatic link restoration for network restoration. Rate conversion, distance extension, and multiple types of fixed fiber connectors or open slots for small form-factor pluggable (SFP) connections increase network scalability.

    • 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.
    • 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
    • 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.
    • IMC-490-SM-US

      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.
    • IMC-490-SM

      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.
    • IMC-490-SFP-US

      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.
    • IMC-490-SFP

      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.
    • IMC-490-MM-US

      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.
    • IMC-490-MM

      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.
    • IMC-490-M1-US

      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.
    • IMC-490-M1

      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.
    • IMC-480-SE-US

      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.
    • IMC-480-SEST-US

      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.
    • IMC-480-SEST

      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.
    • IMC-480-SE

      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.
    • IMC-480-MM-US

      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.
    • IMC-480-MM

      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.
    • IMC-480-M8-US

      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.
    • IMC-480-M8ST-US

      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.
    • IMC-480-M8ST

      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.
    • IMC-480-M8

      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.
    • IMC-470-SM-US

      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.
    • IMC-470-SM

      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.
    • IMC-470-SFP-US

      1000 Mbps, Compact, 3-Port Media Converter
    • IMC-470-SFP

      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.
    • IMC-470-SE-US

      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.
    • IMC-470-SE

      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.
    • IMC-470-MM-US

      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.
    • IMC-470-MM

      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.
    • IMC-470-M1-US

      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.
    • IMC-470-M1

      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.
    • IMC-450-SL-US

      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.
    • IMC-450-SLST-US

      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.
    • IMC-450-SLST

      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.
    • IMC-450-SL

      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.
    • IMC-450-SE-US

      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.
    • IMC-450-SEST-US

      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.
    • IMC-450-SEST

      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.
    • IMC-450-SE

      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.
    • IMC-450-MM-US

      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.
    • IMC-450-MMST-US

      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.
    • IMC-450-MMST

      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.
    • IMC-450-MM

      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.
    • IMC-450-M8-US

      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.
    • IMC-450-M8ST-US

      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.
    • IMC-450-M8ST

      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.
    • IMC-450-M8

      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.
  • Intelligent Media Converters

    Advantech's intelligent media converter offers a high value managed Gigabit Ethernet solution for fiber networks. It provides advanced features set for network management and designed for a broad range of temperature specifications. Web-based iView2 supports multiple module controlling, OAM Y.1731, and 1 1 uplink.

    • IMC-574I-SFP-PS

      IE-Multiway 10/100/1000 Mbps Optical Ethernet Demarcation Unit
    • IMC-574I-SFP

      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 plus 1 uplink port revertive mode, a 1 plus 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 plus 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.
  • Industrial Media Converters

    Advantech's industrial Ethernet-to-Fiber and Fiber-to-PoE media converters can convert Ethernet data and power into fiber optic signals. By supporting a wide range of temperatures, this converter ensures stable and reliable conversion even in harsh industrial environments. It offers Link Fault Pass-Through (LFPT) for easy troubleshooting of fault conditions. Advantech's industrial media converter is ideal for fiber-to-the-building application options.

    • EKI-2742FPI

      With the technology of PoE (Power over Ethernet), we can transfer both data and electrical power to Ethernet-enabled devices using a standard CAT5 cable. EKI-2741FPI / EKI-2742FPI are compliant IEEE 802.3af/at and supply to 30W for PD device. This product can operate in a wide range of Temp. between -40 to 75°C.
    • EKI-2741SXI

      The EKI-2741 is designed to convert Gigabit Ethernet networks to Gigabit fiber networks by transparently converting Ethernet sig nals to optic signals. Therefore, the EKI-2741 is an ideal solution for “fiber to building” applications at central offices or local sites. EKI-2741 supports MDI/MDIX auto detection, so yo u don’t need to use crossover wires. Furthermore, the EKI-2741 accepts a wide voltage range from 12 ~ 48 V DC . Besides, it also provides 3,000 V DC  surge (EFT) protection against over-voltage, so it is suitable for harsh operating environments. EKI-2741 is an enhanced gigabit Ethernet to fiber optic converter. Aside from its standard features, the versatile the EKI-2741 also has the LFP (Link Fault Pass-through) feature. When one side of the link fails, the other side continues transmitting packets, and waiting for a response that never arrives from the disconnected side. EKI-2741 will force the link to shut down as soon as noticed that the other link has failed, giving the application software a chance to react to the situation.
    • EKI-2741SX

      EKI-2741 is designed to convert Gigabit Ethernet networks to Gigabit fiber networks by transparently converting Ethernet signals to optic signals. Therefore, EKI-2741 is an ideal solution for “fiber to building” applications at central offices or local sites. EKI-2741 supports MDI/MDIX auto detection, so you don’t need to use crossover wires. Furthermore, the EKI-2741 accepts a wide voltage range from 12 ~ 48 VDC. Besides, it also provides 3,000 VDC surge (EFT) protection against over-voltage, so it is suitable for harsh operating environments. EKI-2741 is an enhanced gigabit Ethernet to fiber optic converter. Aside from its standard features, the versatile EKI-2741 also has the LFP (Link Fault Pass-through) feature. When one side of the link fails, the other side continues transmitting packets, and waiting for a response that never arrives from the disconnected side. EKI-2741 will force the link to shut down as soon as noticed that the other link has failed, giving the application software a chance to react to the situation.
    • EKI-2741LXI

      EKI-2741 is designed to convert Gigabit Ethernet networks to Gigabit fiber networks by transparently converting Ethernet signals to optic signals. Therefore, EKI-2741 is an ideal solution for “fiber to building” applications at central offices or local sites. EKI-2741 supports MDI/MDIX auto detection, so you don’t need to use crossover wires. Furthermore, the EKI-2741 accepts a wide voltage range from 12 ~ 48 VDC. Besides, it also provides 3,000 VDC surge (EFT) protection against over-voltage, so it is suitable for harsh operating environments. EKI-2741 is an enhanced gigabit Ethernet to fiber optic converter. Aside from its standard features, the versatile EKI-2741 also has the LFP (Link Fault Pass-through) feature. When one side of the link fails, the other side continues transmitting packets, and waiting for a response that never arrives from the disconnected side. EKI-2741 will force the link to shut down as soon as noticed that the other link has failed, giving the application software a chance to react to the situation.
    • EKI-2741LX

      EKI-2741 is designed to convert Gigabit Ethernet networks to Gigabit fiber networks by transparently converting Ethernet signals to optic signals. Therefore, EKI-2741 is an ideal solution for “fiber to building” applications at central offices or local sites. EKI-2741 supports MDI/MDIX auto detection, so you don’t need to use crossover wires. Furthermore, the EKI-2741 accepts a wide voltage range from 12 ~ 48 VDC. Besides, it also provides 3,000 VDC surge (EFT) protection against over-voltage, so it is suitable for harsh operating environments. EKI-2741 is an enhanced gigabit Ethernet to fiber optic converter. Aside from its standard features, the versatile EKI-2741 also has the LFP (Link Fault Pass-through) feature. When one side of the link fails, the other side continues transmitting packets, and waiting for a response that never arrives from the disconnected side. EKI-2741 will force the link to shut down as soon as noticed that the other link has failed, giving the application software a chance to react to the situation.
    • EKI-2741FI

      The EKI-2741 is designed to convert Gigabit Ethernet networks to Gigabit fiber networks by transparently converting Ethernet sig nals to optic signals. Therefore, the EKI-2741 is an ideal solution for “fiber to building” applications at central offices or local sites. EKI-2741 supports MDI/MDIX auto detection, so yo u don’t need to use crossover wires. Furthermore, the EKI-2741 accepts a wide voltage range from 12 ~ 48 V DC . Besides, it also provides 3,000 V DC  surge (EFT) protection against over-voltage, so it is suitable for harsh operating environments. EKI-2741 is an enhanced gigabit Ethernet to fiber optic converter. Aside from its standard features, the versatile the EKI-2741 also has the LFP (Link Fault Pass-through) feature. When one side of the link fails, the other side continues transmitting packets, and waiting for a response that never arrives from the disconnected side. EKI-2741 will force the link to shut down as soon as noticed that the other link has failed, giving the application software a chance to react to the situation.
    • EKI-2741F

      EKI-2741 is designed to convert Gigabit Ethernet networks to Gigabit fiber networks by transparently converting Ethernet signals to optic signals. Therefore, EKI-2741 is an ideal solution for “fiber to building” applications at central offices or local sites. EKI-2741 supports MDI/MDIX auto detection, so you don’t need to use crossover wires. Furthermore, the EKI-2741 accepts a wide voltage range from 12 ~ 48 VDC. Besides, it also provides 3,000 VDC surge (EFT) protection against over-voltage, so it is suitable for harsh operating environments. EKI-2741 is an enhanced gigabit Ethernet to fiber optic converter. Aside from its standard features, the versatile EKI-2741 also has the LFP (Link Fault Pass-through) feature. When one side of the link fails, the other side continues transmitting packets, and waiting for a response that never arrives from the disconnected side. EKI-2741 will force the link to shut down as soon as noticed that the other link has failed, giving the application software a chance to react to the situation.
    • EKI-2541SI

      10/100T (X) to Multi-Mode SC Type Fiber Optic Industrial Media Converter with Wide Temp. EKI-2541M/2541S 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, EKI-2541M/2541S is an ideal solution for “fiber to building” applications at central offices or local sites. EKI-2541M/2541S supports MDI/MDIX auto detection, so you don’t need to use crossover wires. Furthermore, the EKI-2541M/2541S can work normally from -10 to 60°C and accepts a wide voltage range from 12 ~ 48 VDC. Besides, it also provides 3,000 VDC surge (EFT) protection against over-voltage, so it is suitable for harsh operating environments. Link Fault Pass-Through (LFP) EKI-2541M/2541S is an enhanced Ethernet to fiber-optic converter. Aside from its standard features, the versatile EKI-2541M/2541S also has the LFP (Link Fault Pass-through) feature. When one side of the link fails, the other side continues transmitting packets, and waiting for a response that never arrives from the disconnected side. Use the internal jumper to enable the LFP function, then EKI-2541M/2541S will force the link to shut down as soon as noticed that the other link has failed, giving the application software a chance to react to the situation.
    • EKI-2541S

      EKI-2541M/2541S 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, EKI-2541M/2541S is an ideal solution for “fiber to building” applications at central offices or local sites. EKI-2541M/2541S supports MDI/MDIX auto detection, so you don’t need to use crossover wires. Furthermore, the EKI-2541M/2541S can work normally from -10 to 60°C and accepts a wide voltage range from 12 ~ 48 VDC. Besides, it also provides 3,000 VDC surge (EFT) protection against over-voltage, so it is suitable for harsh operating environments. Link Fault Pass-Through (LFP) EKI-2541M/2541S is an enhanced Ethernet to fiber-optic converter. Aside from its standard features, the versatile EKI-2541M/2541S also has the LFP (Link Fault Pass-through) feature. When one side of the link fails, the other side continues transmitting packets, and waiting for a response that never arrives from the disconnected side. Use the internal jumper to enable the LFP function, then EKI-2541M/2541S will force the link to shut down as soon as noticed that the other link has failed, giving the application software a chance to react to the situation.
    • EKI-2541MI

      EKI-2541M/2541S 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, EKI-2541M/2541S is an ideal solution for “fiber to building” applications at central offices or local sites. EKI-2541M/2541S supports MDI/MDIX auto detection, so you don’t need to use crossover wires. Furthermore, the EKI-2541M/2541S can work normally from -10 to 60°C and accepts a wide voltage range from 12 ~ 48 VDC. Besides, it also provides 3,000 VDC surge (EFT) protection against over-voltage, so it is suitable for harsh operating environments. Link Fault Pass-Through (LFP) EKI-2541M/2541S is an enhanced Ethernet to fiber-optic converter. Aside from its standard features, the versatile EKI-2541M/2541S also has the LFP (Link Fault Pass-through) feature. When one side of the link fails, the other side continues transmitting packets, and waiting for a response that never arrives from the disconnected side. Use the internal jumper to enable the LFP function, then EKI-2541M/2541S will force the link to shut down as soon as noticed that the other link has failed, giving the application software a chance to react to the situation.
    • EKI-2541M

      EKI-2541M/2541S 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, EKI-2541M/2541S is an ideal solution for “fiber to building” applications at central offices or local sites. EKI-2541M/2541S supports MDI/MDIX auto detection, so you don’t need to use crossover wires. Furthermore, the EKI-2541M/2541S can work normally from -10 to 60°C and accepts a wide voltage range from 12 ~ 48 VDC. Besides, it also provides 3,000 VDC surge (EFT) protection against over-voltage, so it is suitable for harsh operating environments. Link Fault Pass-Through (LFP) EKI-2541M/2541S is an enhanced Ethernet to fiber-optic converter. Aside from its standard features, the versatile EKI-2541M/2541S also has the LFP (Link Fault Pass-through) feature. When one side of the link fails, the other side continues transmitting packets, and waiting for a response that never arrives from the disconnected side. Use the internal jumper to enable the LFP function, then EKI-2541M/2541S will force the link to shut down as soon as noticed that the other link has failed, giving the application software a chance to react to the situation.
  • SFP Optical Transceivers

    SFP optical transceivers from Advantech's small form-factor pluggable (SFP) transceiver family are available in a variety of types. They offer a rich set of choices in terms of speed, protocols, and reach to support transmission media. A variety of form factors including copper, fiber, SFP , and XFP are supported.

    • SFP Module

      Advantech's small form-factor pluggable (SFP) transceiver family is available with a variety of types of copper SFP and fiber SFPs, SFP , and XFP. This transceiver module is compliant with the small form-factor pluggable (SFP) multi source agreement (MSA). They are versatile and widely used because of their hot-pluggable feature. Advantech's SFPs provide robust industrial performance with an extended operating temperature range.  SFP-FXM/LC-AE, SFP-FXM/LCI-AE, SFP-FXS/LC-30E, SFP-FXS/LCI-30E, SFP-GLX/LC-10E, SFP-GLX/LC-20E, SFP-GLX/LC-40E, SFP-GLX/LCI-10E, SFP-GLX/LCI-20E, SFP-GLX/LCI-40E, SFP-GSX/LC-AE, SFP-GSX/LCI-AE, SFP-GTX/RJ45-AE, SFP-GTX/RJ45I-AE, SFP-GTXB, SFP-GWDM13SC-40E, SFP-GWDM15SC-40E, SFP-GZX/LCI-110E, SFP-GZX/LCI-70E, SFP-GXD/LC-50E, SFP-GXD/LCI-50E, SFP-GZX/LC-110E, SFP-GZX/LC-70E, 
    • SFP-XSM-80K-XFP

      Advantech's small form-factor pluggable (SFP) transceiver family is available with a variety types of copper SFP and fiber SFPs, SFP and XFP. This transceiver module is compliant with the small form-factor pluggable (SFP) multi-source agreement (MSA). They are versatile and widely used because of their hot-pluggable feature, and being easy for exchange for optical type and reach and field replaceability. Lots of Advantech's SFPs provide robust industrial performance with extended operating temperature range. Meanwhile, through real-time monitoring, the DDM (digital diagnostic monitoring) functionality provides users critical information such as receive optical power, transmitted optical power, laser bias current, input voltage and temperature in the network. This approach is definitely a better fault isolation and error detection method.
    • SFP-XSM-40K-XFP

      Advantech's small form-factor pluggable (SFP) transceiver family is available with a variety types of copper SFP and fiber SFPs, SFP and XFP. This transceiver module is compliant with the small form-factor pluggable (SFP) multi-source agreement (MSA). They are versatile and widely used because of their hot-pluggable feature, and being easy for exchange for optical type and reach and field replaceability. Lots of Advantech's SFPs provide robust industrial performance with extended operating temperature range. Meanwhile, through real-time monitoring, the DDM (digital diagnostic monitoring) functionality provides users critical information such as receive optical power, transmitted optical power, laser bias current, input voltage and temperature in the network. This approach is definitely a better fault isolation and error detection method.
    • SFP-XSM-10K-XFP

      Advantech's small form-factor pluggable (SFP) transceiver family is available with a variety types of copper SFP and fiber SFPs, SFP and XFP. This transceiver module is compliant with the small form-factor pluggable (SFP) multi-source agreement (MSA). They are versatile and widely used because of their hot-pluggable feature, and being easy for exchange for optical type and reach and field replaceability. Lots of Advantech's SFPs provide robust industrial performance with extended operating temperature range. Meanwhile, through real-time monitoring, the DDM (digital diagnostic monitoring) functionality provides users critical information such as receive optical power, transmitted optical power, laser bias current, input voltage and temperature in the network. This approach is definitely a better fault isolation and error detection method.
    • SFP-XSM-10K

      Advantech's small form-factor pluggable (SFP) transceiver family is available with a variety types of copper SFP and fiber SFPs, SFP and XFP. This transceiver module is compliant with the small form-factor pluggable (SFP) multi-source agreement (MSA). They are versatile and widely used because of their hot-pluggable feature, and being easy for exchange for optical type and reach and field replaceability. Lots of Advantech's SFPs provide robust industrial performance with extended operating temperature range. Meanwhile, through real-time monitoring, the DDM (digital diagnostic monitoring) functionality provides users critical information such as receive optical power, transmitted optical power, laser bias current, input voltage and temperature in the network. This approach is definitely a better fault isolation and error detection method.
    • SFP-GTX

      Advantech's small form-factor pluggable (SFP) transceiver family is available with a variety types of copper SFP and fiber SFPs, SFP and XFP. This transceiver module is compliant with the small form-factor pluggable (SFP) multi-source agreement (MSA). They are versatile and widely used because of their hot-pluggable feature, and being easy for exchange for optical type and reach and field replaceability. Lots of Advantech's SFPs provide robust industrial performance with extended operating temperature range. Meanwhile, through real-time monitoring, the DDM (digital diagnostic monitoring) functionality provides users critical information such as receive optical power, transmitted optical power, laser bias current, input voltage and temperature in the network. This approach is definitely a better fault isolation and error detection method.
    • SFP-GSS-40KTX-LC

      Advantech's small form-factor pluggable (SFP) transceiver family is available with a variety types of copper SFP and fiber SFPs, SFP and XFP. This transceiver module is compliant with the small form-factor pluggable (SFP) multi-source agreement (MSA). They are versatile and widely used because of their hot-pluggable feature, and being easy for exchange for optical type and reach and field replaceability. Lots of Advantech's SFPs provide robust industrial performance with extended operating temperature range. Meanwhile, through real-time monitoring, the DDM (digital diagnostic monitoring) functionality provides users critical information such as receive optical power, transmitted optical power, laser bias current, input voltage and temperature in the network. This approach is definitely a better fault isolation and error detection method.
    • SFP-GSS-40KTX

      Advantech's small form-factor pluggable (SFP) transceiver family is available with a variety types of copper SFP and fiber SFPs, SFP and XFP. This transceiver module is compliant with the small form-factor pluggable (SFP) multi-source agreement (MSA). They are versatile and widely used because of their hot-pluggable feature, and being easy for exchange for optical type and reach and field replaceability. Lots of Advantech's SFPs provide robust industrial performance with extended operating temperature range. Meanwhile, through real-time monitoring, the DDM (digital diagnostic monitoring) functionality provides users critical information such as receive optical power, transmitted optical power, laser bias current, input voltage and temperature in the network. This approach is definitely a better fault isolation and error detection method.
    • SFP-GSS-40KRX-LC

      Advantech's small form-factor pluggable (SFP) transceiver family is available with a variety types of copper SFP and fiber SFPs, SFP and XFP. This transceiver module is compliant with the small form-factor pluggable (SFP) multi-source agreement (MSA). They are versatile and widely used because of their hot-pluggable feature, and being easy for exchange for optical type and reach and field replaceability. Lots of Advantech's SFPs provide robust industrial performance with extended operating temperature range. Meanwhile, through real-time monitoring, the DDM (digital diagnostic monitoring) functionality provides users critical information such as receive optical power, transmitted optical power, laser bias current, input voltage and temperature in the network. This approach is definitely a better fault isolation and error detection method.
    • SFP-GSS-40KRX

      Advantech's small form-factor pluggable (SFP) transceiver family is available with a variety types of copper SFP and fiber SFPs, SFP and XFP. This transceiver module is compliant with the small form-factor pluggable (SFP) multi-source agreement (MSA). They are versatile and widely used because of their hot-pluggable feature, and being easy for exchange for optical type and reach and field replaceability. Lots of Advantech's SFPs provide robust industrial performance with extended operating temperature range. Meanwhile, through real-time monitoring, the DDM (digital diagnostic monitoring) functionality provides users critical information such as receive optical power, transmitted optical power, laser bias current, input voltage and temperature in the network. This approach is definitely a better fault isolation and error detection method.
    • SFP-GSS-20KTX

      Advantech's small form-factor pluggable (SFP) transceiver family is available with a variety types of copper SFP and fiber SFPs, SFP and XFP. This transceiver module is compliant with the small form-factor pluggable (SFP) multi-source agreement (MSA). They are versatile and widely used because of their hot-pluggable feature, and being easy for exchange for optical type and reach and field replaceability. Lots of Advantech's SFPs provide robust industrial performance with extended operating temperature range. Meanwhile, through real-time monitoring, the DDM (digital diagnostic monitoring) functionality provides users critical information such as receive optical power, transmitted optical power, laser bias current, input voltage and temperature in the network. This approach is definitely a better fault isolation and error detection method.
    • SFP-GSS-20KRX

      Advantech's small form-factor pluggable (SFP) transceiver family is available with a variety types of copper SFP and fiber SFPs, SFP and XFP. This transceiver module is compliant with the small form-factor pluggable (SFP) multi-source agreement (MSA). They are versatile and widely used because of their hot-pluggable feature, and being easy for exchange for optical type and reach and field replaceability. Lots of Advantech's SFPs provide robust industrial performance with extended operating temperature range. Meanwhile, through real-time monitoring, the DDM (digital diagnostic monitoring) functionality provides users critical information such as receive optical power, transmitted optical power, laser bias current, input voltage and temperature in the network. This approach is definitely a better fault isolation and error detection method.
    • SFP-GSM-40K

      Advantech's small form-factor pluggable (SFP) transceiver family is available with a variety types of copper SFP and fiber SFPs, SFP and XFP. This transceiver module is compliant with the small form-factor pluggable (SFP) multi-source agreement (MSA). They are versatile and widely used because of their hot-pluggable feature, and being easy for exchange for optical type and reach and field replaceability. Lots of Advantech's SFPs provide robust industrial performance with extended operating temperature range. Meanwhile, through real-time monitoring, the DDM (digital diagnostic monitoring) functionality provides users critical information such as receive optical power, transmitted optical power, laser bias current, input voltage and temperature in the network. This approach is definitely a better fault isolation and error detection method.
    • SFP-GSM-30K

      Advantech's small form-factor pluggable (SFP) transceiver family is available with a variety types of copper SFP and fiber SFPs, SFP and XFP. This transceiver module is compliant with the small form-factor pluggable (SFP) multi-source agreement (MSA). They are versatile and widely used because of their hot-pluggable feature, and being easy for exchange for optical type and reach and field replaceability. Lots of Advantech's SFPs provide robust industrial performance with extended operating temperature range. Meanwhile, through real-time monitoring, the DDM (digital diagnostic monitoring) functionality provides users critical information such as receive optical power, transmitted optical power, laser bias current, input voltage and temperature in the network. This approach is definitely a better fault isolation and error detection method.
    • SFP-GSM-20K

      Advantech's small form-factor pluggable (SFP) transceiver family is available with a variety types of copper SFP and fiber SFPs, SFP and XFP. This transceiver module is compliant with the small form-factor pluggable (SFP) multi-source agreement (MSA). They are versatile and widely used because of their hot-pluggable feature, and being easy for exchange for optical type and reach and field replaceability. Lots of Advantech's SFPs provide robust industrial performance with extended operating temperature range. Meanwhile, through real-time monitoring, the DDM (digital diagnostic monitoring) functionality provides users critical information such as receive optical power, transmitted optical power, laser bias current, input voltage and temperature in the network. This approach is definitely a better fault isolation and error detection method.
    • SFP-GS4-70KTX-LC

      Advantech's small form-factor pluggable (SFP) transceiver family is available with a variety types of copper SFP and fiber SFPs, SFP and XFP. This transceiver module is compliant with the small form-factor pluggable (SFP) multi-source agreement (MSA). They are versatile and widely used because of their hot-pluggable feature, and being easy for exchange for optical type and reach and field replaceability. Lots of Advantech's SFPs provide robust industrial performance with extended operating temperature range. Meanwhile, through real-time monitoring, the DDM (digital diagnostic monitoring) functionality provides users critical information such as receive optical power, transmitted optical power, laser bias current, input voltage and temperature in the network. This approach is definitely a better fault isolation and error detection method.
    • SFP-GS4-70KTX

      Advantech's small form-factor pluggable (SFP) transceiver family is available with a variety types of copper SFP and fiber SFPs, SFP and XFP. This transceiver module is compliant with the small form-factor pluggable (SFP) multi-source agreement (MSA). They are versatile and widely used because of their hot-pluggable feature, and being easy for exchange for optical type and reach and field replaceability.  Lots of Advantech's SFPs provide robust industrial performance with extended operating temperature range. Meanwhile, through real-time monitoring, the DDM (digital diagnostic monitoring) functionality provides users critical information such as receive optical power, transmitted optical power, laser bias current, input voltage and temperature in the network. This approach is definitely a better fault isolation and error detection method.
    • SFP-GS4-70KRX-LC

      Advantech's small form-factor pluggable (SFP) transceiver family is available with a variety types of copper SFP and fiber SFPs, SFP and XFP. This transceiver module is compliant with the small form-factor pluggable (SFP) multi-source agreement (MSA). They are versatile and widely used because of their hot-pluggable feature, and being easy for exchange for optical type and reach and field replaceability. Lots of Advantech's SFPs provide robust industrial performance with extended operating temperature range. Meanwhile, through real-time monitoring, the DDM (digital diagnostic monitoring) functionality provides users critical information such as receive optical power, transmitted optical power, laser bias current, input voltage and temperature in the network. This approach is definitely a better fault isolation and error detection method.
    • SFP-GS4-70KRX

      Advantech's small form-factor pluggable (SFP) transceiver family is available with a variety types of copper SFP and fiber SFPs, SFP and XFP. This transceiver module is compliant with the small form-factor pluggable (SFP) multi-source agreement (MSA). They are versatile and widely used because of their hot-pluggable feature, and being easy for exchange for optical type and reach and field replaceability. Lots of Advantech's SFPs provide robust industrial performance with extended operating temperature range. Meanwhile, through real-time monitoring, the DDM (digital diagnostic monitoring) functionality provides users critical information such as receive optical power, transmitted optical power, laser bias current, input voltage and temperature in the network. This approach is definitely a better fault isolation and error detection method.
    • SFP-GMM-550

      Advantech's small form-factor pluggable (SFP) transceiver family is available with a variety types of copper SFP and fiber SFPs, SFP and XFP. This transceiver module is compliant with the small form-factor pluggable (SFP) multi-source agreement (MSA). They are versatile and widely used because of their hot-pluggable feature, and being easy for exchange for optical type and reach and field replaceability. Lots of Advantech's SFPs provide robust industrial performance with extended operating temperature range. Meanwhile, through real-time monitoring, the DDM (digital diagnostic monitoring) functionality provides users critical information such as receive optical power, transmitted optical power, laser bias current, input voltage and temperature in the network. This approach is definitely a better fault isolation and error detection method.
    • SFP-GMM-2K

      Advantech's small form-factor pluggable (SFP) transceiver family is available with a variety of types of copper SFP and fiber SFPs, SFP , and XFP. This transceiver module is compliant with the small form-factor pluggable (SFP) multi-source agreement (MSA). They are versatile and widely used because of their hot-pluggable feature. Advantech's SFPs provide robust industrial performance with an extended operating temperature range. Through real-time monitoring, the DDM (digital diagnostic monitoring) functionality provides users critical information such as receive optical power, transmitted optical power, laser bias current, input voltage, and temperature in the network. This approach enables better fault isolation and error detection.
    • SFP-FSS-40KTX

      Advantech's small form-factor pluggable (SFP) transceiver family is available with a variety types of copper SFP and fiber SFPs, SFP and XFP. This transceiver module is compliant with the small form-factor pluggable (SFP) multi-source agreement (MSA). They are versatile and widely used because of their hot-pluggable feature, and being easy for exchange for optical type and reach and field replaceability. Lots of Advantech's SFPs provide robust industrial performance with extended operating temperature range. Meanwhile, through real-time monitoring, the DDM (digital diagnostic monitoring) functionality provides users critical information such as receive optical power, transmitted optical power, laser bias current, input voltage and temperature in the network. This approach is definitely a better fault isolation and error detection method.
    • SFP-FSS-40KRX

      Advantech's small form-factor pluggable (SFP) transceiver family is available with a variety of types of copper SFP and fiber SFPs, SFP , and XFP. This transceiver module is compliant with the small form-factor pluggable (SFP) multi-source agreement (MSA). They are versatile and widely used because of their hot-pluggable feature. Advantech's SFPs provide robust industrial performance with an extended operating temperature range. Through real-time monitoring, the DDM (digital diagnostic monitoring) functionality provides users critical information such as receive optical power, transmitted optical power, laser bias current, input voltage, and temperature in the network. This approach enables better fault isolation and error detection.
    • SFP-FSS-20KTX

      Advantech's small form-factor pluggable (SFP) transceiver family is available with a variety types of copper SFP and fiber SFPs, SFP and XFP. This transceiver module is compliant with the small form-factor pluggable (SFP) multi-source agreement (MSA). They are versatile and widely used because of their hot-pluggable feature, and being easy for exchange for optical type and reach and field replaceability. Lots of Advantech's SFPs provide robust industrial performance with extended operating temperature range. Meanwhile, through real-time monitoring, the DDM (digital diagnostic monitoring) functionality provides users critical information such as receive optical power, transmitted optical power, laser bias current, input voltage and temperature in the network. This approach is definitely a better fault isolation and error detection method.
    • SFP-FSS-20KRX

      Advantech's small form-factor pluggable (SFP) transceiver family is available with a variety types of copper SFP and fiber SFPs, SFP and XFP. This transceiver module is compliant with the small form-factor pluggable (SFP) multi-source agreement (MSA). They are versatile and widely used because of their hot-pluggable feature, and being easy for exchange for optical type and reach and field replaceability. Lots of Advantech's SFPs provide robust industrial performance with extended operating temperature range. Meanwhile, through real-time monitoring, the DDM (digital diagnostic monitoring) functionality provides users critical information such as receive optical power, transmitted optical power, laser bias current, input voltage and temperature in the network. This approach is definitely a better fault isolation and error detection method.
    • SFP-FSM-80K

      Advantech's small form-factor pluggable (SFP) transceiver family is available with a variety types of copper SFP and fiber SFPs, SFP and XFP. This transceiver module is compliant with the small form-factor pluggable (SFP) multi-source agreement (MSA). They are versatile and widely used because of their hot-pluggable feature, and being easy for exchange for optical type and reach and field replaceability. Lots of Advantech's SFPs provide robust industrial performance with extended operating temperature range. Meanwhile, through real-time monitoring, the DDM (digital diagnostic monitoring) functionality provides users critical information such as receive optical power, transmitted optical power, laser bias current, input voltage and temperature in the network. This approach is definitely a better fault isolation and error detection method.
    • SFP-FSM-40K

      Advantech's small form-factor pluggable (SFP) transceiver family is available with a variety types of copper SFP and fiber SFPs, SFP and XFP. This transceiver module is compliant with the small form-factor pluggable (SFP) multi-source agreement (MSA). They are versatile and widely used because of their hot-pluggable feature, and being easy for exchange for optical type and reach and field replaceability. Lots of Advantech's SFPs provide robust industrial performance with extended operating temperature range. Meanwhile, through real-time monitoring, the DDM (digital diagnostic monitoring) functionality provides users critical information such as receive optical power, transmitted optical power, laser bias current, input voltage and temperature in the network. This approach is definitely a better fault isolation and error detection method.
    • SFP-FSM-20K

      Advantech's small form-factor pluggable (SFP) transceiver family is available with a variety types of copper SFP and fiber SFPs, SFP and XFP. This transceiver module is compliant with the small form-factor pluggable (SFP) multi-source agreement (MSA). They are versatile and widely used because of their hot-pluggable feature, and being easy for exchange for optical type and reach and field replaceability. Lots of Advantech's SFPs provide robust industrial performance with extended operating temperature range. Meanwhile, through real-time monitoring, the DDM (digital diagnostic monitoring) functionality provides users critical information such as receive optical power, transmitted optical power, laser bias current, input voltage and temperature in the network. This approach is definitely a better fault isolation and error detection method.
    • SFP-FMM850-2K

      Advantech's small form-factor pluggable (SFP) transceiver family is available with a variety types of copper SFP and fiber SFPs, SFP and XFP. This transceiver module is compliant with the small form-factor pluggable (SFP) multi-source agreement (MSA). They are versatile and widely used because of their hot-pluggable feature, and being easy for exchange for optical type and reach and field replaceability. Lots of Advantech's SFPs provide robust industrial performance with extended operating temperature range. Meanwhile, through real-time monitoring, the DDM (digital diagnostic monitoring) functionality provides users critical information such as receive optical power, transmitted optical power, laser bias current, input voltage and temperature in the network. This approach is definitely a better fault isolation and error detection method.
    • SFP-FMM-2K

      Advantech's small form-factor pluggable (SFP) transceiver family is available with a variety types of copper SFP and fiber SFPs, SFP and XFP. This transceiver module is compliant with the small form-factor pluggable (SFP) multi-source agreement (MSA). They are versatile and widely used because of their hot-pluggable feature, and being easy for exchange for optical type and reach and field replaceability. Lots of Advantech's SFPs provide robust industrial performance with extended operating temperature range. Meanwhile, through real-time monitoring, the DDM (digital diagnostic monitoring) functionality provides users critical information such as receive optical power, transmitted optical power, laser bias current, input voltage and temperature in the network. This approach is definitely a better fault isolation and error detection method.
  • PoE Injectors, Splitters and Extenders

    Advantech's fiber & PoE converters, injectors, and extenders are designed to provide network operators with the most compact, reliable solution for connecting intelligent devices into existing networks and equipment. They support power injection over Ethernet with PoE and PoE . The newest generation, with Mega PoE of IEEE 802.3BT, features up to 90 watts.

    • 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
    • EKI-2741FPI

      With the technology of PoE (Power over Ethernet), we can transfer both data and electrical power to Ethernet-enabled devices using a standard CAT5 cable. EKI-2741FPI / EKI-2742FPI are compliant IEEE 802.3af/at and supply to 30W for PD device. This product can operate in a wide range of Temp. between -40 to 75°C.
    • EKI-2741FHPI

      With the technology of PoE (Power over Ethernet), we can transfer both data and electrical power to Ethernet-enabled devices using a standard CAT5 cable. EKI-2741FHPI is compliant IEEE 802.3af/at and supply to 60W for PD device. This product can operate in a wide range of Temp. between -40 to 75°C.
    • EKI-2711HPI

      With the technology of PoE (Power over Ethernet), we can transfer both data and electrical power to Ethernet-enabled devices using a standard CAT5 cable. EKI-2711HPI is compliant IEEE 802.3af/at and inject up to 60W for PD device. This product can operate in a wide range of Temp. between -40 to 75°C.
    • EKI-2701PSI

      With the technology of PoE (Power over Ethernet), we can transfer both data and electrical power to Ethernet-enabled devices using a standard Ethernet CAT5 cable, EKI-2701PSI plays the role of powered device (PD) and splits power from PoE to Ethernet devices. In this case, both power and data can be transmitted up to 328 feet (100m) from power source equipment (PSE). This product can operate in a wide range of temperature between -40 and 75°C, and the rugged hardware design makes EKI-2701PSI perfect to ensure your PoE Ethernet equipment can meet industrial applications demanding.
    • EKI-2701HPI

      With the technology of PoE (Power over Ethernet), we can transfer both data and electrical power to Ethernet-enabled devices using a standard CAT5 cable. EKI-2701HPI is compliant IEEE 802.3af/at and inject 30W for PD device. This product can operate in a wide range of Temp. between -40 to 75°C and support wide power input range between 24 to 48 VDC.
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