Transition Networks 1000BASE-T to 1000BASE-LX Media Converter

Mfg. Part: CGETF1029-111 | CDW Part: 1148328 | UNSPSC: 43201553
  • 1000BASE-T (RJ-45) 100 m/328 ft. to 1000BASE-LX 1550nm TX / 1310nm RX single fiber single mode (SC) 20 km/12.4 miles Media Converter
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  • 1000BASE-T (RJ-45) 100 m/328 ft. to 1000BASE-LX 1550nm TX / 1310nm RX single fiber single mode (SC) 20 km/12.4 miles Media Converter
Used in conjunction with lower cost 1000BASE-T switches, companies can take advantage of the high bandwidth Gigabit Ethernet offers without all of the higher costs.

Transition Networks’s 1000BASE-T to SX/LX converters allow users to extend the bandwidth to those users outside the reach of the 1000BASE-T standard (up to 125 km).

Features:
Auto-Negotiation (802.3u) (Copper & Fiber):
Allows devices to perform automatic configuration to achieve the best possible mode of operation over a link.

Transparent Link Pass Through:
Transparent Link Pass Through sends a link-loss signal over the fiber, instructing the remote converter to shut down the copper port—thus notifying the end device—while maintaining the fiber link between the two converters.

Automatic Link Restoration:
Transition Networks's converters will automatically re-establish link in all network conditions.

Remote Fault Detect

Loopback:
This feature puts a converter in a special mode that enables the device to loop back the signal from the RX port to the TX port on either media for testing and troubleshooting purposes.

Pause (IEEE 802.3xy):
Pause signaling is an IEEE feature that temporarily suspends data transmission between two devices in the event that one of the devices becomes overwhelmed.

Remote Firmware Upgrade

DMI - Diagnostic Monitoring Interface
(supported on CGETF1040-110 when an SFP supporting DMI is used.)

DMI models have four functions:
Transmit Power
Receive Power
Transmit bias current
Temperature

Within each function, the device will send a trap (i.e. error) whenever a high or low warning event or a high or low alarm event occurs (for a total of 16 traps).
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