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Compact Switching Media Converter, MiniMc 10/100 LFPT - SFP



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Media conversion is the most cost-effective solution for extending the productive life of legacy wiring plants and equipment while allowing implementation of new technologies. Measuring less than 3.5 inches deep and 2 inches wide, the MiniMc LFPT is one of the industry’s smallest media converters with both data connections on the same side of the unit. An optional fiber SFP port gives network operators the flexibility to upgrade network equipment to different fiber interfaces. Link Fault Pass Through (LFPT) can be enabled/disabled via a DIP Switch on the unit, and is a useful diagnostic feature that assists the network administrator in indicating a fault condition on a given segment between the interfaces.

Designed and manufactured in the USA, the MiniMc LFPT extends 10 and 100 Mbps twisted pair network segments up to 80 km over fiber. Both a media and data rate converter, the MiniMc LFPT features 10/100 Auto Negotiation on the copper port while the fiber port operates at 100 Mbps full duplex. MiniMc LFPT 10/100 switching fiber converters are ideal for all premises, FTTD, LAN-to-LAN or LAN-to-MAN fiber networking applications.

Multiple powering options include a country-specific AC wall adapter or USB-power cord. The unit can also be installed into the IE- PowerTray/18-AC which allows for 18 converters in only 1.5U of rack space, DIN Rail mounted, or with a rack mount bracket.





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