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Transition Networks S6010-1014 Network Media Converter 2048 Mbit/S 1310 Nm Single-Mode Black

SKU: S6010-1014-NA

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          RJ-48 to 1310nm, single mode, SC

          Transition Networks S6010-1014. Maximum data transfer rate: 2048 Mbit/s. Fiber optic connector: SC, Connectivity technology: Wired. Maximum transfer distance: 20000 m, Wavelength: 1310 nm, Fiber mode structure: Single-mode. Product colour: Black, Certification: CISPR/EN55022 A, FCC A, CE, UL60950. Input voltage: 100 - 240 V, Output voltage: 12 V, Power consumption (typical): 2.6 W

          The T1/E1 copper to fiber network interface device (NID) provides a solution for those users that need to extend T1/E1 connections over fiber.

          The T1/E1 supports Small Form Pluggable (SFP) transceivers to support a variety of fiber types, distances and wavelengths to provide maximum flexibility across a variety of network topologies. The use of Coarse Wave Division Multiplexing (CWDM) SFPs can be utilized to further increase the bandwidth capacity of the fiber infrastructure.

          The T1/E1NID must be used in pairs. A typical installation will include a chassis card installed in the ION Platform locally and a stand-alone device installed at the remote location.

          - Remote in-band management
          - Local or Remote Loopbacks - Copper or Fiber
          - Switch selectable for T1 or E1
          - Remote firmware upgrade
          - LEDs for immediate visual status
          - Supports dual or single fiber
          - Supports multimode and single mode fiber at a variety of distances
          - Supports CWDM SFPs
          - SNMP management when used with ION chassis and management module
          - Remote standalone can be managed by local peer

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