Media Converters

Media Converters | 1940 items

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Type Configuration Copper Ports Copper Type Fiber Ports Fiber Type SFP/XFP Ports Features Distance MTU Voltage - Input Connector Type Mounting Type Ingress Protection Operating Temperature

Questions with Media Converters

  • Ask: What is a media converter used for?

    Answer: A media converter is a device used to connect media that would otherwise be incompatible. It is used to link fiber optic cable to twisted pair for supporting ethernet-compatible devices. It may also link together networks comprised of coax cable, and single-mode to multi-mode fiber optic cable.

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  • Ask: What is an Ethernet media converter?

    Answer: An Ethernet media converter is a device designed to interconnect different networking media such as fiber and coaxial cables to facilitate communication between them. It often comes in the form of a small box where the two different networking cables can be plugged in.


  • Ask: Which types of conversions can be performed by media converters?

    Answer: Media converters do more than convert copper-to-fiber and convert between different fiber types. Media converters for Ethernet networks can support integrated switch technology, and provide the ability to perform 10/100 and 10/100/1000 rate switching.

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  • Ask: What is FX and TX in media converter?

    Answer: The Fast Ethernet FX-TX Media Converter Provides an ideal solution for extending the cable length of your network, or a way of interconnecting LAN segments that utilise FX (fibre optic) and TX (copper) media.