Indusrtial gigabit media converter

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  1. Built-in efficient switching core to implement flow control and reduce broadcast packets
  2. Standard:IEEE802.3 10Base-T, IEEE802.3u 100Base-TX/FX, IEEE802.3ab 1000Base-T, IEEE802.3z 1000Base-SX/LX, IEEE802.3x Flow Control, IEEE802.3at PSE
  3. 10/100/1000Base-TX can automatically identify the direct-line(MDI) and cross-line(MDIX), is compatible with Various cards, switches, HUB and other Ethernet devices
  4. It applies store-and-forward mechanism to avoid packet loss and error frames
  5. Support wire-speed transmission and full-duplex flow control / half-duplex back pressure mode
  6. Jumbo frames support a maximum of 1536 bytes
  7. 12V to 52V DC or 24V AC Wide power input, redundant power and reverse polarity protection
  8. -40 to 80 ℃ operating temperature to meet a variety of complex environments
  9. IP40 protection standard for housing
  10. Power port and Ethernet port supports ESD protection and EFT protection
  11. DIN rail and panel mounting for easy installation.
  12. Support Dual-fiber multi-mode, dual-fiber single-mode and single-fiber single-mode fiber port selection, expanded the needs of users
  13. Support POE power supply up to 25.5W(optional)
  14. Support SFP fiber module
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POE is also known as a local area network-based power supply system (POL, Power over LAN) or Active Ethernet (Active Ethernet), sometimes also referred to as Power Over Ethernet,

NT-IN311 Industrial Gigabit Media Converter series are 10/100/1000Base-TX to 1000Base-SX/LX Indusrtial gigabit Media Converter. It will extend transmission distance of network up to 100Km via fiber port, and the UTP port can operation at 10M, 100M and 1000M application.

This is the latest standard specification that uses existing standard Ethernet transmission cables to simultaneously transmit data and electrical power, and maintains compatibility with existing Ethernet systems and users.

NT-IN311 Indusrtial gigabit Fiber Media Converter series is packaged in a special compact IP40 metal case that allows either DIN rail or panel mounting for easy installation at control cabinet. It accepts an integrated power supply with a wide range of voltages for worldwide operation.

The IEEE 802.3af standard is a new standard based on the POE of the Ethernet power supply system. It adds related standards for direct power supply through network cables on the basis of IEEE 802.3. It is an extension of the existing Ethernet standard and the first international power distribution standard. standard.

It can also be equipped with dual-redundant, reversible polarity 12V DC to 52V DC power supply inputs for high availability applications requiring dual or backup power inputs.

IEEE began to develop the standard in 1999. The earliest participating manufacturers include 3Com, Intel, PowerDsine, Nortel, Mitel and National Semiconductor. However, the shortcomings of this standard have always restricted the expansion of the market.

NT-IN311 Indusrtial gigabit media converter series complied with IEEE 802.3at High Power over Ethernet technology (optional). It is downward compatible with 802.3af PoE standards to allow users flexibly deploy standard and high powered devices simultaneously with no need of software configuration.

Until June 2003, IEEE approved the 802.3af standard, which clearly stipulates the power detection and control matters in remote systems, and connects routers, switches, and hubs to IP phones, security systems, and wireless LANs via Ethernet cables The method of supplying power to equipment such as points is specified.

With Data and Power over Ethernet from one unit, NT-IN311 Indusrtial media converter series shall reduce cables deployment and eliminate the need for dedicated electrical outlets on the wall, ceiling or any unreachable place.

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