01 Dec Seamless Connectivity – Allied Telesis Media Converters
What you need to know about media converters:
Media converters are simple devices used to connect two devices or LANs that are not entirely relatable, due to different speeds, operation types, modes or media types (twisted pair, fiber, coax). They are most commonly used to insert fiber segments into copper networks.
What? Fiber and copper combined?
Media converters permit fiber usage when required and integrate new devices into existing cabling infrastructure. Media converters provide flawless incorporation of fiber and copper, and various fiber forms in LAN networks. They support a multitude of protocols, media types and data rates to build a more trustworthy and cost-effective networks.
Flexible and easy to use!
Fiber media converters serve as a cost-effective solution for the connection with both copper and fiber cables in a network. It can largely extend the transmission distances and is also flexible and easy to use. As there are many types of media converters for different applications, it is better to consider the current and future network requirements before choosing suitable media converters.
Industrial media converters from Allied Telesis are designed to extend the distance of the network. The high-temperature range (-40°C to 75°C), redundant power design and IP-30 protection capabilities make these media converters a perfect fit for all industrial networks.