ALLIED TELESIS AT-MC116XL-60, 10 Mbit/s, Wired, 6 W, 0 - 50 °C, -20 - 80 °C, 5 - 95 %
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Allied Telesis AT-MC116XL-60. Networking: 10 Mbit/s. Connectivity: Wired. Energy management: 6 W. Environmental conditions: 0 - 50 °C, -20 - 80 °C, 5 - 95 %, 0 - 3000 m. Certificates: FCC Class A, FCC Class B, UL-Cul, CSA/CSA, NRTL, TUV, CE compliant. Other features: 120 - 240 V, 50/60 Hz
Fiber Connections The Allied Telesis range of 850nm fiber Fast Ethernet media converters allows users to extend the size of UTP networks with the use of fiber cabling. Converting between 10T and 10FL or 100TX and 100SX fiber quickly and reliably, the AT-MC115XL and AT-MC116XL address the growing demand for a low-cost solution for fiber installations of up to 300 meters for 100SX and up to 2km for 10FL.To maximize flexibility, the converters are available in ST (AT-MC115XL) and SC (AT-MC116XL) fiber connector styles. Auto-Negotiation The AT-MC115XL and AT-MC116XL autonegotiate during the link-up phase of the connection to set the speed (10/100) and operation mode (full or half-duplex).When connecting media converters to autonegotiating Fast Ethernet switches, these media converters will automatically connect the link in either full or half-duplex mode, allowing the link to be established with the greatest bandwidth. MissingLink™ The MissingLink feature allows accurate reporting to network management systems as well as allowing devices with redundant link capability to be inter-connected with these media converters, failure in one fiber link will be signalled to the switch, allowing the second link to become active. Simple Installation All the media converters with a UTP connection feature an internal MDI/MDI-X switch, allowing the converter to be connected to either a 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. Standalone or Rack-mountable Each media converter is powered by an external power supply unit for use in standalone applications.Where multiple media converters are being used, up to 12 devices can be inserted into a low-cost rack-mount chassis, allowing all the converters to be powered by a single internal power supply. In critical applications, a second load sharing internal power supply can be installed into the rackmount chassis.