Active Networking
10/100/1000 Mbps Media Converter,
SC Simplex / Duplex

This is an intelligent, adaptive and efficient Ethernet converter device. It can implement data transmission between twisted pair electrical signals and optical signals, which are the two types of network connection media.This type of media converter can extend the transmission distance to 0.55 kilometres (multimode) or 120 kilometres (single mode).

Media Converter

DIN-Rail Media Converters feature a clip which allows for easy and safe attachment and removal from a DIN-rail. This allows for multiple media converters to be arranged for effective data transfer in network environments. Available with fibre optic adapters and SFP transceiver connectivity.

Industrial Gigabit Ethernet to
Fibre Media Converter

OPTiLite The units with IP40 aluminum protection, DIN rail mounting design, -40℃~ 85℃ operational temperature, with an EMC function. Mainly used for harsh industrial environments. The OPTI-DIN-1GF is designed for harsh industrial environments, with 1 10/100/1000M BaseT(x) and 1 1000BaseFX.

What is a network media converter, and what does it do?

A media converter is a networking device that connects two different media, like Ethernet copper and Ethernet fibre. Typically, they connect devices that are beyond 100 meters from the nearest available switch.

Media Converter Support a Variety of Fibre Cable and Connector Types:

  • SFP, SFP+ and XFP Standard Wavelength Transceivers.
  • SFP, SFP+ and XFP CWDM Transceivers.
  • ST, SC, LC and MT-RJ Connectors.
  • Single-mode and Multimode Fibre.
  • Dual and Single Fibre.

Fibre media converters are networking devices capable of connecting two different media types. In most cases, they are used to connect twisted pair or coaxial cable to a fibre-optic cable, allowing the interconnection of newer fibre-optic networks and cable systems and older copper-based cabling systems.

What is media conversion and their advantages?

Media converters are simple networking devices that allow two dissimilar media types to connect. You can use them to implement and optimize fibre links in many different network types, such as fibre and copper. The two main categories of media converters include copper-to-fibre and fibre-to-fibre media converters.