SFP+ to UTP 10G Media Converter offers flexible and easy to install solution to convert SFP+ with any distance and fiber type to 10G copper type interface
Connection between fiber to copper 10Gbps Ethernet equipment function as fiber-to-copper media converter for long distance transmission
Media converter for network backbone (SAN, LAN, MAN)
Can be applied in Telecommunication room, R&D laboratory, Data center, and etc.
Providing protections against lighting and static electricity for Ethernet network and the network main system
Providing additional network management options
Fiberbit provides 10Gbps Ethernet media converter between SFP+ to UTP, and XFP to UTP.No matter what kind of media applied for 10Gbps Ethernet, it used to be the fiber as the media for transmission. 10G Ethernet standalone and module cards, brings you the best and simple solution for the Ethernet conversion between media of copper wire and fiber, with the speed of 10G.
FB-10G-MC its module card allows you to cascade multiple which 2U Rack (16 channel) chassis for managing at the same time.
With various Interface:
SFP+ to RJ45,
XFP to RJ45
Support Jumbo Frame
Transparent Transport and very low delay
Support ITUT prescribed DWDM/CWDM wavelength
Support DMI function for SFP+/XFP fiber module
Support Loop-back test function
Economic In-band Management function
Powerful Network Management function (Web，SNMP，Console)
SFP+ or XFP fiber module DMI function (Temperature, Voltage, Optical power)
Link status detector
Enable/Disabled Loopback test function
Enable/Disable PRBS Generator and checker function
Rate select (10Gbase-Lan or Wan)
Remote card's status monitor (only in pairs)
Rack-mountable: AC 85 ~ 220V OR DC -48V
Standalone: AC 220V OR DC -48V
Power consumption: <= 9W
Operating Temp: 0 ~ 50 C
Storage Temp: -10 ~ 70 C
Humidity: 5% ~ 90% (non-condensing)
Standalone SFP+ to UTP 10G Media Converter, SFP+ compliant universal slot, AC or DC power options available
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