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Gigabit SFP Fiber Media Converter – 2*10/100/1000Tx + 2*100/1000 SFP SlotConvenient and Reliable Power System

To enhance operation reliability and flexibility, the DMC-2G2F-SFP is equipped with DC power input

Flexible, Reliable, and Industrial-grade Network Distance Extension Solution

AADONA DMC-2G2F-SFP is an Industrial Gigabit Media Converter providing non-blocking wire-speed performance and great flexibility for Gigabit Ethernet extension in harsh industrial environments.

It is equipped with two 10/100/1000BASE-T RJ45 copper and two 100/1000BASE-X SFP fiber optic interface delivered. The DMC-2G2F-SFP is well suited for applications in deploying surveillance systems, and securing control and wireless service in climatically demanding environments with wide temperature ranges from -10 to 65 degrees C. With 10K jumbo frame feature support, the DMC-2G2F-SFP can handle extremely large amounts of data transmission in a secure topology linking to backbone or high-power servers.


Fiber-Optic Link Capability Enables Extension of Network Deployment

The SFP slot of the DMC-2G2F-SFP is compatible with 100BASE-FX and 1000BASE-SX / LX / WDM through SFP (Small Form Factor Pluggable) fiber-optic transceivers. The fiber optic uplink capability guarantees the throughput to all nodes hooked into the network and the Gigabit Ethernet distance can be extended from 550 meters (multi-mode fiber cable) to 10/20/30/40/50/60/70/120 kilometers (single-mode fiber cable), and also the Fast Ethernet distance can be extended from 2km (multi-mode fiber cable) to 20/40/60 kilometers (single-mode fiber cable). It is the ideal product for factory data centers and distribution applications.

Enhanced Smart Management Features

The DMC-2G2F-SFP provides auto MDI/MDI-X on its TP port and built-in Link Fault Pass-through function (LFP). The LFP function includes Link Loss Carry Forward (LLCF) and Link Loss Return (LLR), both of which can immediately alarm administrators the problem of the link media and provide efficient solutions to monitoring the net. LLCF means when a device connected to the converter and the TP line loses the link, the converter’s fiber port will disconnect the link of transmission. LLR means when a device is connected to the converter and the fiber line loses the link, the converter’s fiber port will disconnect the link of transmission. Therefore, the DMC-1G1F greatly supports the administrators in managing the network efficiently.

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