Boosting Performance and Saving Costs: The Power of Gigabit PoE Fiber Media Converter
If you’re looking for a way to extend your Ethernet network beyond the reach of traditional cabling, a Gigabit PoE Fiber Media Converter is an ideal solution. By converting Ethernet signals to optical signals, these converters can extend your network over long distances without any degradation in performance. And because they use power over Ethernet (PoE) technology, they can also provide power to devices such as IP cameras or VoIP phones, making them a versatile and convenient solution for any application.
Why Gigabit PoE Media Converters are Essential for Business Networks
The Gigabit PoE Fiber Media Converter is a miniaturized media converter that is ideal for use in confined spaces. This media converter converts Ethernet signals to optical fiber signals, and vice versa. It supports both 10/100/1000Base-TX and 1000Base-FX standards, making it compatible with a wide range of devices. The Gigabit PoE Fiber Media Converter also features an integrated Power over Ethernet (PoE) injector, which provides power to PoE-powered devices through the Ethernet cable. This media converter is perfect for applications where space is limited, such as surveillance cameras and access control systems.
1x1000Base-x SFP/1×9 Port
|PoE Power Capacity
||IEEE 802.3 af: 15.4W
IEEE 802.3 at: 30W
||LFP/ALS/FX Reset/FX 100M
||Desktop or Wall Mount
||0 to 50℃ （32 to 122℉）
How to Boost Your Network’s Reliability With Link Fault Pass-Through
A Gigabit PoE Fiber Media Converter with link fault pass-through features can be a great addition to your network. It can also help you extend the reach of your PoE network by connecting two devices that are far apart. The link fault pass-through feature allows you to keep your network running even if one of the devices is disconnected. This can be a great advantage if you have a large or complex network.