Patton CopperLink 2161/EUI-2PK Long Range Ethernet Extender Ki - short-haul

Mfg. Part: 2161/EUI-2PK | CDW Part: 2039307 | UNSPSC: 43222628
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$911.99 Advertised Price
Lease Option ($26.90/month)
Note: Leasing is available to businesses only. Leasing is not available to individuals.
Product Details
  • Short-haul modem
  • 100Mb LAN
  • 10Base-T
  • 100Base-TX
  • up to 1.6 miles
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Main Features
  • Short-haul modem
  • 100Mb LAN
  • 10Base-T
  • 100Base-TX
  • up to 1.6 miles
The Patton CopperLink model 2160 series simplifies and provides cost effective network extension by utilizing pre-existing twisted pair infrastructure. LAN extension doesn't have to be expensive or difficult. Patton's model 2160 series of auto-rate Ethernet extenders open the door to low-cost and easy set-up LAN extension. The LAN extenders are easy to use and take advantage of existing copper twisted-pair infrastructure to connect LANs at high speed and over long distances.

Whether connecting corporate LANs or remote offices, Patton Ethernet extender offers the combination of speed and distance in the industry. Other LAN extender operates at a single rate or is difficult to configure for LANs located at different distances, but the CopperLink Ethernet extenders' auto-rate adaptation feature ensures that users get the highest speed possible for the distances they are trying to reach. Patton Ethernet extender comes with a built-in MDI-X switch, which simplifies connection to LANs or PCs since it works correctly with a straight through cable or a cross-over cable.

Patton's CopperLink auto-rate Ethernet extender is the perfect fit for simple, cost-effective high speed Ethernet extension. They allow customers to take advantage of the existing copper infrastructure to connect remote LAN's across distances and at speeds previously unthought-of. The auto-rate feature ensures the highest speed is achieved on each connection, and the Plug-and-Play operation ensures they are up and running in seconds.

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