• Features | Customize a Network Extension over Fiber Optic Cable
    This network media converter works with a variety of SFP transceivers to convert a copper Gigabit Ethernet signal to fiber optic and extend it to a second network device. The customizable SFP port supports both singlemode and multimode transceivers, allowing your network connection to reach hubs, switches and other devices located farther away than copper cablings 100-meter limit. Auto-negotiation and automatic MDI/MDI-X configuration seamlessly connect devices without crossover cabling.

    Monitor Your Installation with Link Fault Signaling and Loop Back Functions
    Determine the health of your network connection via the Link Fault Signaling (LFS) and Line Loop Back (LLB) functions. The LFS LED indicates when a copper or fiber cable has been severed or another cause of disruption in service has occurred. The LLB diagnostic test ensures copper and fiber cables have been correctly installed. Use the DIP switches to control each function or turn them on or off.

    LEDs Indicate Installation Performance and Diagnostic Functions
    Easy-to-read LEDs on the side of the unit indicate essential status information, including network speed and connection, LFS diagnostics and unit power. The included 20-57VDC terminal block provides primary and secondary power inputs.

    Protective Metal Housing Built to Withstand a Variety of Hazards
    The IP30 industrial-grade aluminum case is protected from entry by tools, wires and other solid objects greater than 2.5 millimeters in diameter. It can also operate in extreme temperatures ranging from -40 to 75 degrees Celsius (-40 to 167 degrees Fahrenheit). It is protected from electrostatic discharge (ESD), radio frequency interference (RFI) and power surges. Hardware is included for DIN mounting.

    TAA-Compliant for GSA Schedule Purchases
    The N785-I01-SFP-D is compliant with the Federal Trade Agreements Act (TAA), which makes it eligible for GSA (General Services Administration) Schedule and other federal procurement contracts.