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Black Box LBH100AE-H-SSC Transceiver/Media Converter
Manufacturer: Black Box
UPC: 641676603234
SKU: LBH100AE-H-SSC
Condition: New
Black Box LBH100AE-H-SSC Transceiver/Media Converter
Product TypeTransceiver/Media Converter
Brand NameBlack Box
ManufacturerBlack Box Corporation
Product ModelLBH100AE-H-SSC
Product NameLBH100AE-H-SSC Transceiver/Media Converter
Manufacturer Part NumberLBH100AE-H-SSC
Manufacturer Website Addresshttp://www.blackbox.com
Green CompliantYes
Green Compliance Certificate/AuthorityRoHSWEEE
Ethernet TechnologyEthernetFast Ethernet
Network Technology10/100Base-TX100Base-X
USBNo
DVINo
Number of Network (RJ-45) Ports2
Network (RJ-45)Yes
Management PortNo
Number of SC Ports1
Total Number of Ports3
SC Port TypeDuplex
Media Type SupportedOptical FiberTwisted Pair
Fiber Mode SupportedSingle-mode
Maximum Distance Supported12.40 Mile
Height3.5"
Width3"
Depth1"
Form FactorRail-mountableRack-mountable
Weight (Approximate)3.50 oz
Limited Warranty3 Year
Use Standard Media Converter Switches in clean, temperaturecontrolled areas of +32 to +104° F (0 to +40° C), such as offices and closets.Hardened Media Converter Switches suit -13 to +140° F (-25 to +60° C) operation in dusty or dirty environments. Their sealed cases are a heat sink, so no internal airflow is needed for cooling, and they resist contaminants such as dust, dirt, and moisture.For harsher environments of -40 to +167° F (-40 to +75° C), choose Extreme Media Converter Switches. These rugged units are for outdoor use (they only require protection from water) and feature a sealed case, which uses its own metal shell as a heat sink.