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Black Box LMC280A LMC280 Series Fast Ethernet Industrial Media Converter SFP
Manufacturer: Black Box
Condition: New
Black Box LMC280A LMC280 Series Fast Ethernet Industrial Media Converter SFP
Product TypeTransceiver/Media Converter
Product SeriesLMC280
Brand NameBlack Box
ManufacturerBlack Box Corporation
Product NameLMC280 Series Fast Ethernet Industrial Media Converter SFP
Manufacturer Part NumberLMC280A
Manufacturer Website Address
Environmentally FriendlyYes
Environmental CertificationRoHSWEEE
TAA CompliantYes
Ethernet TechnologyFast Ethernet
Network Technology10/100Base-T100Base-FX
Number of Total Expansion Slots1
Number of SFP Slots1
Expansion Slot TypeSFP
Number of Network (RJ-45) Ports1
Network (RJ-45)Yes
Total Number of Ports1
Media Type SupportedTwisted PairOptical Fiber
Form FactorRail-mountableWall Mountable
Weight (Approximate)7.36 oz
Power SourceDC
Limited Warranty3 Year
Extend Your Network with Fiber This media converter provides a cost-effective way to add fiber to your existing network infrastructure. It converts 10/100Base-T(X) to 100BaseFX with ease. Additionally, this media converter supports MDI/MDIX auto detection, so you do not need to use crossover cables. Designed for the Toughest Environments The Fast Ethernet Industrial Media Converter provides consistent network performance in the harshest work environments on earth. It features rigid IP-30 housing, an operating temperature range of -40° to 158° F and has dual power inputs that each accept a wide voltage range (12 to 48 VDC). Supports Link Fault Pass-Through When one side of your network link fails, the other side continues transmitting packets and waits for a response that never arrives from the disconnected side. Link fault pass-through forces the active link to shut down as soon as it notices the other link has failed, giving the application software a chance to fix the issue. This maximizes the uptime of your network.