ADTRAN MX2800 M13 Multiplexer Redundant AC with RJ Patch Panel

Mfg. Part: 4205291L6 | CDW Part: 482969 | UNSPSC: 43222827
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  • MX2800 M13 Multiplexer Redundant AC with RJ Patch Panel
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  • MX2800 M13 Multiplexer Redundant AC with RJ Patch Panel
Space saving - Measuring only one rack unit high in 19-inch or 23-inch rackmount configurations, this compact device gives NSPs and enterprise users a powerful tool for consolidating 28 T1 signals or 21 E1 signals into a T3 circuit

ADTRAN has applied its industry-leading carrier class expertise to the MX2800 M13 multiplexer, creating a product that meets the most stringent carrier class requirements. The MX2800 offers bandwidth consolidation at a low price and in the smallest footprint available in the industry. Measuring only one rack unit high, this compact device gives NSPs and enterprise users a powerful tool for consolidating 28 T1 signals or 21 E1 signals into a T3 circuit. A fully connectorized backplane means no wire wrapping and quick easy installation.

As with all ADTRAN products, the MX2800 offers comprehensive management options, including full management and GUI support from ADVISION. It features a VT100 terminal interface for local configuration. To support SNMP and Telnet management, the MX2800 has an integrated 10BASE-T Ethernet port. Carriers looking to maximize their copper investment and consolidate their services in the most efficient manner will find the MX2800 will pay off quickly. For example, a bandwidth reseller who is co-located at an unmanned site and backhauling local and long distance voice service can use the MX2800 to gain T1 access off HiCap SONET rings. The MX2800 is also ideal for Competitive Local Exchange Carriers (CLECs) who are also looking for an efficient means for backhauling local and long distance voice to or from the IXC or LEC. As Internet use continues its rapid expansion, Internet Service Providers are also well served with the MX2800's bandwidth consolidation.

Featues:

Affordable DS3 bandwidth consolidation

Built-in 1:1 redundancy

SNMP and Telnet management

Temperature hardened

Backhauls multiple service types (T1/E1)

Smallest M13 form factor available

Dual redundant load sharing AC power supplies

M13 and C-Bit signaling

Industry-standard CSU and NIU loopback codes

Advanced diagnostics including built-in BERT capability

Software upgradable via modem or TFTP

Full configuration and management from Total Access EMS

NEBS Level 3 compliant

Optional fan faceplate

STS-1 version available

Industry-leading, 10-year
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