Black Box FST ETH IND MED CONV COP to 100Mbps SM FBR, HRD, 1310nm, 40km, ST

Mfg.Part: LIC025A-R3 | CDW Part: 6504077
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  • Compliant to EN62368
  • Single-Mode Long versions for duplex fiber support distances up to 30 kilometers (18.6 mi.)
  • Operate in temperatures from -13 to +158º F
  • Include clips for mounting on DIN rails
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Black Box FST ETH IND MED CONV COP to 100Mbps SM FBR, HRD, 1310nm, 40km, ST
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  • Compliant to EN62368
  • Single-Mode Long versions for duplex fiber support distances up to 30 kilometers (18.6 mi.)
  • Operate in temperatures from -13 to +158º F
  • Include clips for mounting on DIN rails
These DIN rail-mountable, plug-and-play devices offer multiple power options and are perfect for harsh environments where you need to convert copper to fiber.

Equipped with all the features of our Miniature Media Converters, these ultra-compact, plug-and-play converters offer additional power options, including support for the IEEE 802.3af Power over Ethernet (PoE) standard. Plus, Industrial MultiPower Media Converters are designed for use in harsh industrial environments.

In all, there are four different ways to power the converter: with its AC adapter, using 5–50-VDC terminal block power, via an optional USB Power Adapter Cable (which you plug into your PC's USB port and is sold separately), or over a PoE link.

You can even use multiple power options at the same time to provide maximum redundancy and ensure that your mission-critical applications remain up and running. For instance, you can connect a converter to power sourcing equipment (PSE) for PoE while also using AC adapter power, DC terminal block power, and USB bus power. Then, if any one of these power sources fails, the other sources will continue to supply power to the converter seamlessly.

You can also connect a PSE switch to an uninterruptible power supply to ensure that the switch and each connected media converter always have power.

The converters come with DIN clips, so you can attach them to a DIN rail. When installing multiple Industrial MultiPower Media Converters on a DIN rail, use one DC input source, then cascade from one DC block to the next until you reach the maximum current available (for an example, click on "Application Diagrams").

This product is covered by one of more of the following: United States Patent Nos. 7,457,250; 8,155,012; 8,902,760; 8,942,107; and/or 9,049,019.