The AT-SPFX/2 offers the latest industry standard in flexible, full-duplex Fast Ethernet connectivity. This hot-swappable, fiber interfaces simply plug into a SFP slot on Allied Telesis SFP compatible products. Configurations can be optimized to meet varied distance and service requirements.
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The AT-MCR12 media converter rack-mount chassis is just what network managers need to clean up their wiring closets. It supports up to 12 Allied Telesis' media or 10/100 speed converters in any combination of 10Mbps or 100Mbps. The AT-MCR12 consolidates power connections by providing an internal, 80-watt universal power supply. An optional, hot-swappable second power supply can be added to ensure against downtime. The chassis installs easily into a standard 19" network rack, and features LED status lights on the front panel to help in network troubleshooting. Allied Telesis simplemente conecta el mundo IP con soluciones para redes muy confiables y de bajo costo. La compañía ha logrado y mantenido su liderazgo en el mercado en los sectores de empresas grandes, medianas y pequeñas, desarrollando un diverso portafolio de componentes que construyen redes flexibles, eficientes, de costo efectivo y confiables.
The AT-SPEX offers a 2 Km over multi-mode fiber to extend your network. The AT-SPEX is compatible with all the Allied Telesis range of products which have an SFP port.
The Allied Telesis' range of Fast Ethernet Media converters provides a complete series of conversion devices, allowing users to extend the size of UTP and multi-mode fiber networks with the use of single-mode fiber cabling. Supporting SC-connected single-mode fiber, these converters can be used to extend networks up to a distance of 2km. All these media converters feature an internal MDI/MDIX switch, allowing the converter to be connected to PC, hub or switch with a simple UTP cable. The media converters also allow the installer to test the integrity of fiber connection, by forcing the converters to communicate over the fiber cable. This Link Test feature allows installers to check for cable faults without the need for expensive fiber optic test equipment.