Transition Networks Networks Point System Optical Line Media Converter
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Product Information for Transition Networks Networks Point System Optical Line Media Converter
Highlights for Transition Networks Networks Point System Optical Line Media Converter
Optical Line Converter offers protocol transparent connectivity between fiber optical links with an added flexibility of Small Form Factor Pluggable (SFP) technology. The CFMFF4040-100 optical line converter is designed to be installed in the Transition Networks PointSystem chassis and is designed to accommodate two SFPs transceiver modules. The converter remains installed, managed and fully operational at any of these speeds.
General InformationManufacturer: Transition Networks, IncManufacturer Part Number: CFMFF4040-100Manufacturer Website Address: www.transition.comProduct Line: Point SystemProduct Name: Point System Optical Line Media ConverterProduct Type: Media ConverterBrand Name: Transition Networks
Media & Performance
Management & ProtocolsProtocols: SNMPManagement:
Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP)
Power DescriptionPower Consumption: 2 W
Environmental ConditionsTemperature: -10 °C (14 °F) to 60 °C (140 °F) OperatingHumidity: 5 to 95% Non-condensing Altitude: 0 ft to 10000 ft
Physical CharacteristicsForm Factor: InternalDimensions: 3.4" Height5" Depth x 0.86" ThicknessWeight: 3oz
Additional Information CWDM and DWDM SFP-ready platformLink Pass ThroughRemote Firmware UpgradeAutomatic Link RestorationPower Consumption: 2.0 Watts (with two Transition Networks SFPs installed)Power consumption depends on the type of SFPs installed
Point System Chassis
Certifications & Standards
Regulatory Compliance:FCC Class A & BCISPR/EN55022 Class A & BEN55024ICES-003CE Mark
WarrantyStandard Warranty: Lifetime
Interfaces/PortsInterfaces/Ports: Not Applicable
Controls/IndicatorsStatus Indicators: LK1: Link on Port 1LK2: Link on Port 2PWR: Power
I/O ExpansionsExpansion Slots: (2 Total) SFPNumber of Expansion Slots: 2
Network & Communication