Advantech IMC-350-SE 10/100Mbps Miniature Media Converter
Manufacturer: Advantech
Condition: New
Advantech IMC-350-SE 10/100Mbps Miniature Media Converter
Product TypeTransceiver/Media Converter
Product SeriesIMC-350
Brand NameAdvantech
ManufacturerAdvantech Co., Ltd
Product Name10/100Mbps Miniature Media Converter
Manufacturer Part NumberIMC-350-SE
Manufacturer Website Addresshttp://www.advantech.com
Environmentally FriendlyYes
Environmental CertificationRoHS
Ethernet TechnologyFast Ethernet
Network Technology100Base-TX100Base-FX
Number of Network (RJ-45) Ports1
Network (RJ-45)Yes
Number of SC Ports1
Total Number of Ports2
SC Port TypeDuplex
PoE Port TypePD
Media Type SupportedTwisted PairOptical Fiber
Fiber Mode SupportedSingle-mode
Fiber Optic Wavelength1310 nm
Maximum Distance Supported24.85 Mile
Form FactorRail-mountableWall Mountable
Weight (Approximate)11.18 oz
Power SourceAC Adapter
The IMC-350 series offers the most compact media converters. They can extend the 10 and 100Mbps twisted-pair network segments up to 80km over fiber technology. Supporting both 10/100 auto negotiation on the copper port and 100Mbps full-duplex on the fiber port, the IMC-350 series serves as media and data rate converter. With a variety of model types offering play-n-plug featurse and multiple powering options, the IMC-350 series is an easy and convenient choice for many applications. The IMC-350I series is of industrial grade and can operate in a wide temperature range. Multiple power options, including the IEEE802.3af Power-over-Ethernet standard, allow the IMC-350I series to function as a power device. Its AC adapter and USB connectivity offer unsurpassed flexibility for a variety of installation needs. The IMC-350-SFP supports Link Fault Pass Through (LFPT) functionality. LFPT is a troubleshooting feature that combines TX LinkLoss (twisted pair, copper interface) and FX LinkLoss (fiber, fiber interface) from both the local and remote IMC Networks media converters, when used in pairs. This feature, when enabled, will pass a link fault through the device at each segment. If a link fails on one interface of the media converter, the media converter will force the link down on its link partner and then forward it to the next interface.