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INDUSTRIAL GIGABIT ETHERNET CONVERTOR SWITCHES TO FIBRE

10-08-2017
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ORing IGMC-111GP industrial-grade Gigabit Ethernet convertor

New from Control Logic, the ORing IGMC-111GP is an industrial-grade Gigabit Ethernet convertor. The robust unit features a wide operating voltage, supports all copper side speeds and enables user flexibility for a fibre interface via an SFP socket.

The IGMC-111GP addresses local and interfaced device status through user settable DIP-switches that allow for link fault pass-through (LFP). LFP allows an interface on either side to shut down the opposing side in the event of a connected device stopping transmission. Unlike most convertors, this valuable feature enables instantaneous user alerts through link loss and/or via custom user settings with the connected equipment.

With a wide operating temperature range from -40 to +75°C, the IGMC-111GP is suitable for the harshest of environments. There is support for one 10/100/1000Base-T(X) auto-negotiation port and an auto-MDI/MDI-X copper port as well as well a 100/1000Base-X SFP fibre port. Jumbo frames (up to 9Kbyte) with LFP function are supported, including fault relay output, rigid IP30 housing design with DIN-rail and wall mounting options.

Control Logic
1800 557 705
www.control-logic.com.au

 

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