stand-alone
media converter
Power Over Ethernet 10/100BASE-TX to 100BASE-FX
SPOEB10xx-100
Power over Ethernet PSE Media Converter
NEW
Enables enterprises to provide power to
network devices over the existing CAT5
data connection.
Ordering Info
Power over Cat5 to Remotely Located Devices
Transition's AC powered PoE media
converters combine data received over
a fiber optic link with -48VDC power;
providing power to Data Terminal
Equipment (DTE) Power Devices (PD)
over unshielded twisted pair cable. The
PoE converters are Power Sourcing
Equipment (PSE) and are fully
compatible with Powered Devices (PD)
that comply with the IEEE802.3af™:
2003 standard. The converters also
include a PD signature sensing and power monitoring
features per the IEEE 802.3af standard. Other features
include Over-Current Protection, Under-Current Detection
and Fault Protection Input.
SPOEB1011-100
10/100BASE-TX (RJ-45) [100 m/328 ft.]
to 100BASE-FX 1300nm multimode (ST)
[2 km/1.2 mi.] Link Budget: 11.0 dB
SPOEB1013-100
10/100BASE-TX (RJ-45) [100 m/328 ft.]
to 100BASE-FX 1300nm multimode (SC)
[2 km/1.2 mi.] Link Budget: 11.0 dB
SPOEB1014-100
10/100BASE-TX (RJ-45) [100 m/328 ft.]
to 100BASE-FX 1310nm SM (SC)
[20 km/12.4 mi.] Link Budget: 16.0 dB
Specifications
Standards
IEEE Std. 802.3™, IEEE Std. 802.3af
Switches
SW1: Auto-Negotiation On/Off
SW2: Speed TP: Force 10Mbps or
100Mbps (SW1 off)
SW3: Duplex TP: Force Half or Full
Duplex (SW1 off)
SW4: Duplex Fiber: Half or Full Duplex
SW5: AutoCross™ On/Off
SW6: PSE On/Off
SW7: PSE/LPT on/off
SW8: Unused
This feature enhanced model offers the ability to
enable/disable many of the features as well as force port
capabilities (see switch section under specifications to the
right).
In addition, with the PSE/LPT switch enabled, a loss of
Fiber RX will disable PSE power output on the UTP port for
2 seconds to allow remote device to re-initialize.
The PoE converter is fully compatible with devices that
comply with the IEEE802.3af standard. The PoE converter
is capable of inserting power on data pairs of the MDI.
Fiber Optic Connector Specs
SKU
Features
Min TX Max TX
RX Max In
PWR
PWR Sens
PWR
(dBm) (dBm) (dBm) (dBm)
Signal Pair Power Insertion
SPOEB1011-100
SPOEB1013-100
SPOEB1014-100
SPOEB1015-100
SPOEB1016-100
SPOEB1017-100
SPOEB1029-100
SPOEB1029-101
SPOEB1035-100
PD Detection Signature
Dimensions
Width: 3.25" [82 mm]
Depth: 4.8" [120 mm]
Height: 1.0" [25 mm]
Power
90 – 250VAC external power supply
Power Consumption
20W max.
Operating Temperature
0 – 40°C [32° – 104°F]
External AC power supply
IEEE802.3af Power Over Ethernet Compatible
48 VDC PSE Output Voltage
-19.0
-19.0
-15.0
-8.0
-5.0
-5.0
-13.0
-13.0
0.0
Over-Current Protection & Under-Current Detection
Powered Device Reset
Switch selectable features and port settings
Minimum Load Sensing
Fault Protection Input
Auto-Negotiation (see next pages)
-30.0
-30.0
-31.0
-34.0
-34.0
-34.0
-32.0
-32.0
-36.0
-14.0
-14.0
-8.0
-7.0
-7.0
-7.0
-3.0
-3.0
-3.0
11.0
11.0
16.0
26.0
29.0
29.0
19.0
19.0
36.0
Storage Temperature
-25° to +85°C [-13° to +185°F]
Environment
5% – 95% humidity non-condensing;
0 – 10,000 ft. altitude
Shipping Weight
2 lbs. [0.90 kg]
Compliance
EN55022:1994+A1:1996+A2:1997
Class A; FCC Part 15 Subpart B;
UL 1950
Warranty
Lifetime
AutoCross™ (see next pages)
Link Pass Through (see next pages)
-14.0
-14.0
-8.0
-2.0
0.0
0.0
-6.0
-6.0
+5.0
Link
Budget
(dB)
SPOEB1015-100
10/100BASE-TX (RJ-45) [100 m/328 ft.]
to 100BASE-FX 1310nm SM (SC)
[40 km/24.9 mi.] Link Budget: 26.0 dB
SPOEB1016-100
10/100BASE-TX (RJ-45) [100 m/328 ft.]
to 100BASE-FX 1310nm SM (SC)
[60 km/37.3 mi.] Link Budget: 29.0 dB
SPOEB1017-100
10/100BASE-TX (RJ-45) [100 m/328 ft.]
to 100BASE-FX 1550nm SM (SC)
[80 km/49.7 mi.] Link Budget: 29.0 dB
SPOEB1035-100
10/100BASE-TX (RJ-45) [100 m/328 ft.]
to 100BASE-FX 1310nm SM (SC)
[120 km/74.6 mi.] LB: 36.0 dB
Single Fiber Products
Recommended use in pairs (see page 17)
SPOEB1029-100
10/100BASE-TX (RJ-45) [100 m/328 ft.]
to 100BASE-FX 1310nm TX / 1550nm RX
single fiber single mode (SC)
[20 km/12.4 mi.] LB: 19.0 dB
SPOEB1029-101
10/100BASE-TX (RJ-45) [100 m/328 ft.]
to 100BASE-FX 1550nm TX / 1310nm RX
single fiber single mode (SC)
[20 km/12.4 mi.] LB: 19.0 dB
Optional Accessories
(sold separately)
Mounting Options:
WMBD (see page 66)
DIN Rail Mount Bracket 5.0" [127 mm]
WMBL (see page 66)
Wall Mount Bracket 4.0” [102 mm]
Far End Fault (FEF) (see next pages)
Automatic Link Restoration (see next pages)
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6475 City West Parkway
Minneapolis, MN 55344 USA
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Technical information is subject to change without notice.
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Advanced Product Features
Auto-Negotiation
(802.3u)
If someone tells you media conversion
Auto-Negotiation allows devices to perform automatic configuration to achieve the best possible mode of
operation over a link. Devices with this feature will broadcast their speed (10Mbps, 100Mbps, etc.) and
duplex (half/full) capabilities to other devices and negotiate the best mode of operation between the two
devices.
No user intervention required to determine best mode of operation
is a commodity product that anyone can
bring to market, they probably haven't
Optimal link established automatically
looked at the extensive product suite
Quick and easy installation
offered by Transition Networks. With the
While the inclusion of this feature is beneficial, the ability to disable it is equally beneficial. In the event of a
non-negotiating end device trying to connect to a negotiating device, the mode of operation will drop to the
least common denominator between the two devices (i.e. 100Mbps, half-duplex). Disabling this feature
gives the user the ability to force the connection to the best mode of operation when trying to link with a
non-negotiating device. Most Transition converters with Auto-Negotiation will allow you to disable this
feature.
industry's most comprehensive offering
of full-featured products, Transition's
media converters stand out as "the
choice" among industry IT professionals.
Generally, media converters are low-level
OSI model devices with no IP or MAC
AutoCross™
addresses and therefore are transparent
Automatically detects and configures the twisted pair port on the converter to the correct MDI or MDI-X
configuration.
Eliminates an entire category of troubleshooting
to the network. This "transparency"
No need to identify cable type—straight-through or crossover
makes them very inexpensive and easy
No user intervention required to determine correct button / switch settings
to use, but also can make
troubleshooting the network very
difficult. In an effort to overcome this
Far
End Fault (802.3u)
difficulty and to make media converters
Far End Fault (FEF) is a troubleshooting feature that is generally used in conjunction with Link Pass Through
to notify both end devices of a loss of link. In the event of a loss of the fiber RX signal on the far end
converter the converter will automatically generate a Far End Fault signal and send it on its TX fiber port to
notify the near end converter of a fiber link loss. Link Pass Through will then disable the copper links on
both ends; alerting both end devices of network trouble (see diagram below).
Both end devices automatically notified of link loss
Prevents loss of valuable data unknowingly transmitted over invalid link
"visible" to network managers, Transition
has designed their full-featured products
to include the most advanced features
on the market today.
Allows for quick diagnosis and resolution of network problems
Transition Networks’s media converters that include the FEF feature do not need to be used as pictured
above as they will work with other network devices that support Far End Fault per IEEE standards.
Transition Networks, Inc.
6475 City West Parkway
Minneapolis, MN 55344 USA
©2006 Transition Networks, Inc.
All trademarks are the property of their respective owners.
Technical information is subject to change without notice.
tel 952.941.7600
or 800.526.9267
fax 952.941.2322
info@transition.com
http://www.transition.com
Advanced Product Features
Link
Pass Through
Link Pass Through is a troubleshooting feature that prevents media converters from isolating link failures
and it allows end devices to be notified in the event of a loss of link. Link Pass Through provides the media
converter with the ability to monitor both the fiber and the copper RX ports for a loss of signal. If a loss of
RX signal occurs on one media port, the converter will automatically disable the TX signal on the other port.
By shutting down the fiber TX port, the link failure is “passed through” to the remote converter and device
(see diagram below).
End device automatically notified of link loss
Prevents loss of valuable data unknowingly transmitted over an invalid link
Automatic
Link Restoration
Transition Networks's converters will automatically re-establish link in all network conditions.
No need to reset devices
Transition Networks's converters will automatically re-establish link when connected to switches if link was
lost. With other manufacturers' converters the user must reset the converter to re-establish the link.
Auto-Negotiation Enabled
Automatic Link Restoration allows the users to continue using Auto-Negotiation with Link Loss Notification
features. With other manufacturers' converters the user must disable Auto-Negotiation and hard set the link.
Link Pass Through Activated in both directions
Automatic Link Restoration on Transition Networks's products allows users to continue using Link Loss
Notification feature activated in both directions. Many competitive solutions allow for Link Loss Notification
activation only in one direction. If Link Loss feature is activated in both directions, competitive products are
put in a "deadly embrace" and they cannot restore the link without resetting the converters.
Transition Networks, Inc.
6475 City West Parkway
Minneapolis, MN 55344 USA
©2006 Transition Networks, Inc.
All trademarks are the property of their respective owners.
Technical information is subject to change without notice.
tel 952.941.7600
or 800.526.9267
fax 952.941.2322
info@transition.com
http://www.transition.com