Transition Networks CFMFF1314-220 1000BSX MultiMode Gigabit Ethernet Media Converter

$299.00 Regular price
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Transition NetworksSKU: 1041654
Model Number: CFMFF1314-220
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This CFMFF1314-220 used individually or in pairs, this media converter can extend Gigabit Ethernet over single mode fiber up to 125 KM. Convert 1000BASE-SX ports on a Gigabit Ethernet switch to 1000BASE-LX on a port-by-port basis. Ideal for campus area networks or other applications requiring the distance advantages of single mode fiber.



Model Number:  CFMFF1314-220

Brand:  Transition Networks

Alt Part Number(s):  CFMFF1314-220

Product Type:  Gigabit Ethernet Card


Technical Description

Brand:  Transition Networks

Model:  CFMFF1314-220

Standards:  IEEE Std 802.3 2000

Connectors:  2 duplex or simplex fiber optic

Multimode:  Min TX PWR: -10.0 dBm, Max TX PWR: -4.0 dBm, RX Sensitivity: -17.0 dBm, Max In PWR: 0.0 dBm, Link Budget: 7.00 dB

3-Position Jumper:  HARDWARE Converter mode is determined by jumper settings, SOFTWARE Converter mode is determined by most- recently- saved on- board microprocessor settings.

Status LEDs:  PWR Steady LED indicates connection to external power, LKS (Single mode fiber link) Steady LED indicates single mode fiber link, LKM (Multi mode fiber link) Steady LED indicates multi mode fiber link

Power Consumption:  3.5 watts

Compliance:  UL Listed, C-UL Listed (Canada); CISPR/EN55022 Class A&B + EN55024; FCC Class A&B; CE Mark

Form Factor:  Internal

Width:  0.86" 

Depth:  5.0" 

Height:  3.4" 



Converts single mode to multimode and 1000BASE-SX on a Gigabit Ethernet switch to 1000BASE-LX on a port by port basis.

Multimode signal detect.

Hardware/software mode.

Fiber port enable/disable multimode.

Fiber port enable/disable single mode.


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