T1 RJ45 100ohm to multi-mode 1310nm fiber optic media converter (T1 modem), 2Km, ST connector
The FIB1-T1R-ST2F is a fiber media converter for G.703 T1 transmission/transport and features an RJ-48c connector for connection to 100 Ohm twisted pair wiring. FIB1-T1R-ST2F operates on multimode fiber up to 2Km (1.3mi) distance and uses ST optical connectors.
The media converter is also sometimes called T1 fiber modem. When the FIB1-T1R card is placed in the FRM301 rack with SNMP management, the card status, type, version, fiber link status, E1 or T1 link status and alarms can all be displayed. Configuration is also available to enable or disable the port, reset the port, do far end fault setting, and initiate local or far end loop-back tests.
The uniqueness of FIB1-T1R is given by the ability to convert from standalone media converter to card for FRM301 chassis, in matter of minutes. In an always changing and growing networking environment, such a versatile feature allows network operators to switch to higher density and aggregation hubs without the need to purchase new fiber optic converters. This simple, but so reliable idea, made the FIB1-T1 media converter the perfect choice for media converters by data carriers and service providers.
|Standards:||T1: ITU-T G.703, G.704, AT&T TR-62411, ANSI T1.403|
|Interfaces:||RJ48c 100ohm balanced T1 connector and dual ST 155M fiber port|
|Operating wavelength:||1310nm multimode|
|Operating distance:||2Km on 62.5/125um fiber|
|Optical connector:||ST dual type|
|Front LEDs:||Power, Fiber Link, T1 Link, Test mode|
|Power:||External 90-260V AC switching adapter 12VDC@1A with NEMA1-15(2 blades only), US type main plug|
|Temperature:||0 50C (Operating); 0 70C (Storage)|
|Humidity:||20 80% non condensing (Operating); 0 90% (Storage)|
|Consumption:||less than 5W|
|Dimensions(WxDxH):||85.6mm x 122.6mm x 20mm|
|Weight:||310g (without AC adapter)|
|Compliance:||CE, FCC Class A|
Fiber power budget according to multi-mode model
|Model||Distance||Lambda||Min. Output (dBm)||Sensitivity (dBm)||Power Budget (dB)|