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Transition Networks S3290-24-NA Transceiver/Media Converter
Manufacturer: Transition Networks
UPC: 648177038954
SKU: S3290-24-NA
Condition: New
Transition Networks S3290-24-NA Transceiver/Media Converter
Product TypeTransceiver/Media Converter
Product SeriesS3290
Brand NameTransition Networks
ManufacturerTransition Networks, Inc
Product ModelS3290-24
Product NameS3290-24 Transceiver/Media Converter
Manufacturer Website Addresshttp://www.transition.com
Ethernet TechnologyGigabit Ethernet
Network Technology10/100/1000Base-T1000Base-X
Number of Total Expansion Slots4
Number of SFP Slots4
Expansion Slot TypeSFP (mini-GBIC)
Number of Network (RJ-45) Ports2
Network (RJ-45)Yes
Total Number of Ports2
Media Type SupportedTwisted PairOptical Fiber
Height1"
Width6"
Depth6.5"
Form FactorRack-mountable
Power SourcePower Supply
Limited Warranty5 Year
Transition Networks' managed S3290 NID provides advanced packet performance metering and service creation directly at the customer premises and cell sites. The S3290 is optimized for business Ethernet and mobile backhaul deployments. The S3290 is a multi-service NID that provides SLA-assurance and advanced fault management that is MEF CE 2.0 certified. The S3290 supports advanced features and numerous security features. The S3290 can be managed and provisioned with Transition Networks Converge™ EMS or via Web, CLI and SNMP (v1, v2c & v3). The S3290 offers AC or DC power inputs for operation in a variety of environments. The SFP ports support 100Mbps, 1000Mbps or SGMII SFPs. CWDM and Bi-Di SFPs are also supported, allowing for flexible network architectures.