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Media Converter

7000 INR/Unit

Product Details:

  • Product Type serial to Fiber Optic Converter
  • Power 2W Max. Watt (w)
  • Usage Industrial
  • Material Plastic / Metal
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Media Converter Price And Quantity

  • 1 Unit
  • 7000 INR/Unit

Media Converter Product Specifications

  • Industrial
  • Plastic / Metal
  • serial to Fiber Optic Converter
  • 2W Max. Watt (w)

Media Converter Trade Information

  • 400 Unit Per Month
  • 2-3 Week
  • All India

Product Description

A media converter is a networking device that converts the electrical or optical signal from one form of media to another. Its primary purpose is to enable communication between network devices that use different types of cables and technologies. 

Here are the key points about media converters:

1. Media Conversion:

Media converters are used to convert signals between different types of media, such as fiber optic to copper or vice versa. For example, they can convert a fiber optic signal to an Ethernet signal that can be transmitted over copper cables.

2. Compatibility:

They are often employed when connecting network devices with different transmission media, ensuring compatibility between devices that use different cable types or technologies.

3. Distance Extension:

Media converters can extend the distance of a network by converting signals to a medium that allows for longer transmission distances. Fiber optic cables, for instance, can transmit data over longer distances than traditional copper cables without signal degradation.

4. Isolation:

Media converters can provide electrical isolation between connected devices, which can be useful in scenarios where there is a need to protect equipment from potential electrical issues.

5. Used in Various Environments:

They find applications in various networking environments, including enterprise networks, telecommunications, industrial settings, and more.

6. Compact and Standalone:

Media converters come in various form factors, including standalone devices and modules that can be inserted into a chassis. Some are compact and designed for specific use cases, while others may be more modular and scalable.

7. Managed and Unmanaged:

Media converters can be either managed or unmanaged. Managed media converters provide additional features and can be configured and monitored remotely, while unmanaged ones operate with a plug-and-play functionality.
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