10/100/1000 Ethernet 10/100/1000BASE-T to 1000BASE-SX/LX Stand-Alone Bridging Media Converters SGFEB10xx-10x Extend Network Distance Convert 10/100/1000BASE-T to 1000BASE-SX/LX Ordering Info Extend Network Distance This solution will offer a low-cost integration option for network managers who want to migrate from 10/100 networks to Gigabit Ethernet. Gigabit only switches can now be connected to 10/100 networks up to 125km away over single mode fiber or up to 40km over single fiber without the need to upgrade the 10/100 side; allowing network managers to add new equipment gradually. Features Auto-Negotiation see next pages Switch-selectable speeds on copper when Auto-Negotiation is off AutoCross™ on TX port see next pages In addition to the standard 220 meters with standard SX optics, Transition Networks also offers a proprietary solution that will allow users to transmit up to 2km over multimode (62.5/125µm) fiber (xGFEB1024-100). Link Pass Through see next pages Automatic Link Restoration next pages Pause see next pages Remote Fiber Fault Detection Specifications Fiber Optic Connector Specs SGFEB1013-100 Min TX PWR: -10.0 dBm Max TX PWR: -4.0 dBm RX Sensitivity: -17.0 dBm Max In PWR: 0.0 dBm Link Budget: 7.0 dB SGFEB1024-100 Min TX PWR: -10.0 dBm Max TX PWR: -3.0 dBm RX Sensitivity: -17.0 dBm Max In PWR: -3.0 dBm Link Budget: 7.0 dB SGFEB1014-100 Min TX PWR: -13.0 dBm Max TX PWR: -3.0 dBm RX Sensitivity: -20.0 dBm Max In PWR: -3.0 dBm Link Budget: 7.0 dB SGFEB1015-100 Min TX PWR: -5.0 dBm Max TX PWR: 0.0 dBm RX Sensitivity: -20.0 dBm Max In PWR: -3.0 dBm Link Budget: 15.0 dB SGFEB1017-100 SGFEB1035-100 Standards IEEE Std. 802.3ab & IEEE Std. 802.3™ Copper: 10/100/1000 Mbps Fiber: 1000 Mbps RAM Buffers 256K Filtering Addresses 4K MAC Addresses Switch 1: TX - AutoNeg Dip Switches Enable/Disable Switch 2: TX - Force 10Mbs or 100Mbs with AutoNeg off Switch 3: TX - Force Half or Full duplex with AutoNeg off Switch 4: FBR - AutoNeg Enable/Disable Switch 5: not used Switch 6: LPT Enable/Disable Jumpers Jumper 1: Select TX or RX to sniffer (if TAP option is installed) Data Rate Status LEDs Min TX PWR: -3.0 dBm Max TX PWR: +2.0 dBm RX Sensitivity: -23.0 dBm Max In PWR: -3.0 dBm Link Budget: 20.0 dB Min TX PWR: 0.0 dBm Max TX PWR: +5.0 dBm RX Sensitivity: -32.0 dBm Max In PWR: -8.0 dBm Link Budget: 32.0 dB Single Fiber Products SGFEB1029-100 & Min TX PWR: -8.0 dBm SGFEB1029-101 Max TX PWR: -3.0 dBm RX Sensitivity: -21.0 dBm Max In PWR: -3.0 dBm Link Budget: 13.0 dB SGFEB1029-102 & Min TX PWR: -3.0 dBm SGFEB1029-103 Max TX PWR: +2.0 dBm RX Sensitivity: -23.0 dBm Max In PWR: -8.0 dBm Link Budget: 20.0 dB Dimensions Power Power Consumption Environment Shipping Weight Safety Compliance Regulatory Compliance Warranty TP (Duplex/Link/Activity): Yellow: ON = Half-Duplex Link; BLINK = Activity Green: ON = Full-Duplex Link; BLINK = Activity TP (10Mbs/100Mbs/1000Mbs): Off = 10Mbs; Yellow = 100Mbs; Green = 1000Mbs PWR (Power): Green: ON = Power applied to board LACT (Fiber Link/Activity): Green: ON = Link; BLINK = Activity FD (Fiber Duplex): Green: ON = Full; OFF = Half Width: 3.25" [82 mm] Depth: 4.8" [122 mm] Height: 1.0" [25 mm] External AC/DC required: 12V DC, 1.25 A, unregulated, standard, UL listed 8 watts 0 – 50°C operating, 5% – 95% humidity non-condensing, 0 – 10,000 feet altitude 2 lbs. [0.90 kg] Wall Mount Power Supply: UL listed & CSA certified FCC Class A, CISPR/EN55022 Class A, EN55024, ICES-003, CE Mark Lifetime Product Number Port One SGFEB1013-100 10/100/ 1000BASE-T (RJ-45) [100 m/328 ft.] Port Two 1000BASE-SX 850nm multimode (SC) [62.5/125µm fiber: 220 m/722 ft.] [50/125µm fiber: 550 m/1804 ft.] SGFEB1024-100 10/100/ 1000BASE-T (RJ-45) [100 m/328 ft.] 1000BASE-SX 1310nm Extended multimode (62.5/125 µm fiber only) (SC) [up to 2 km] 1000BASE-LX 1310nm single mode (SC) [10 km/6.2 miles] 1000BASE-LX 1310nm single mode (SC) [25 km / 15.5 miles] 1000BASE-LX 1550nm single mode (SC) [65 km / 40.4 miles] 1000BASE-LX 1550nm single mode (SC) [125 km/77.7 miles] 1000BASE-X SFP Slot (empty) See below for SFP Modules. SGFEB1014-100 10/100/ 1000BASE-T (RJ-45) [100 m/328 ft.] SGFEB1015-100 10/100/ 1000BASE-T (RJ-45) [100 m/328 ft.] SGFEB1017-100 10/100/ 1000BASE-T (RJ-45) [100 m/328 ft.] SGFEB1035-100 10/100/ 1000BASE-T (RJ-45) [100 m/328 ft.] SGFEB1040-100 10/100/ 1000BASE-T (RJ-45) [100 m/328 ft.] Single Fiber Products Note: Recommended use in pairs (see next pages) SGFEB1029-100 10/100/ 1000BASE-LX 1000BASE-T 1310nm TX / (RJ-45) 1550nm RX single [100 m/328 ft.] fiber single mode (SC) [20 km / 12.4 miles] SGFEB1029-101 10/100/ 1000BASE-LX 1000BASE-T 1550nm TX / (RJ-45) 1310nm RX single [100 m/328 ft.] fiber single mode (SC) [20 km / 12.4 miles] SGFEB1029-102 10/100/ 1000BASE-LX 1000BASE-T 1310nm TX / (RJ-45) 1550nm RX single [100 m/328 ft.] fiber single mode (SC) [40 km / 24.9 miles] SGFEB1029-103 10/100/ 1000BASE-T (RJ-45) [100 m/328 ft.] 1000BASE-LX 1550nm TX / 1310nm RX single fiber single mode (SC) [40 km / 24.9 miles] Compatible Transition Networks SFP Modules: Product Number Description TN-SFP-SX 1000BASE-SX/Fibre Channel 850nm multimode (LC) [62.5/125µm fiber: 220 m / 722 ft.] [50/125µm fiber: 550 m / 1804 ft.] TN-SFP-LX1 1000BASE-LX/Fibre Channel 1310nm single mode (LC) [10 km/6.2 miles] Optional Accessories (sold separately) Product Number SPS-1872-PS Description Wide Input (18-72VDC) Piggy Back Power Supply SPS-1872-SA Wide Input (18-72VDC) Stand-Alone Power Supply E-MCR-04 12-slot Media Converter Rack WMBD; WMBD-F; Wall Mount Brackets WMBL; WMBV ADVANCED PRODUCT FEATURES If someone tells you media conversion is a Auto-Negotiation (802.3u) 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. commodity product that anyone can bring to market, they probably haven't looked at the extensive product suite offered by Transition Networks. With the industry's No user intervention required to determine best mode of operation most comprehensive offering of full- Optimal link established automatically featured products, Transition's media Quick and easy installation converters stand out as "the choice" among 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 IT professionals. Generally, media converters are low-level OSI model devices with no IP or MAC addresses and therefore are transparent to the network. This "transparency" makes AutoCross™ Automatically detects and configures the twisted pair port on the converter to the correct MDI or MDI-X configuration. them very inexpensive and easy to use, but also can make troubleshooting the network Eliminates an entire category of troubleshooting very difficult. In an effort to overcome this No need to identify cable type—straight-through or crossover difficulty and to make media converters No user intervention required to determine correct button / switch settings "visible" to network managers, Transition has designed their full-featured products to Link Pass Through Link Pass Through is a troubleshooting feature that allows the media converter to monitor both the fiber and copper RX ports for loss of signal. In the event of a loss of RX signal on one media port, the converter will automatically disable the TX signal of the other media port, thus "passing through" the link loss. (see diagram below) End device automatically notified of link loss Prevents loss of valuable data unknowingly transmitted over invalid link include the most advanced features on the market today. ADVANCED PRODUCT FEATURES 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. Pause (IEEE 802.3xy) PAUSE signaling is an IEEE feature that temporarily suspends data transmission between two devices in the event that one of the devices becomes overwhelmed. In the event that a device needs some time to clear network congestion, it will send out a PAUSE signal to the other end device, which will then wait a pre-determined amount of time before re-transmitting the data. Transition's converters will pass PAUSE signaling unhindered; ensuring that the message is delivered to the end device. PAUSE enabled devices allowed to work properly Prevents loss of valuable data transmission Reduces bottlenecks and allows for efficient use of network devices PAUSE signaling is not standardized over fiber media. Transition's media converters will communicate this signaling over fiber between the converters to pass this signaling on to the other end device. Single Fiber Single fiber technology offers a 50% savings in fiber utilization. It is an attractive solution to maximize the usage of a limited number of fiber runs. In a traditional optical link, a fiber pair consists of two uni-directional strands. The single fiber technology multiplexes two optical wavelengths of 1310nm and 1550nm into a single strand fiber. In a single fiber media converter each wavelength is responsible for either the transmit or receive function. Consequently, the bi-directional transmission is achieved by using a single strand. The converters in a single fiber scenario "match" each other's wavelengths. Converter A transmits at the wavelength of 1310nm and receives at 1550nm while the other converter transmits at 1550nm and receives at 1310nm. Therefore, converters are usually used in pairs. Single Fiber Single fiber technology is available on all Transition Networks Media Converters in maximum distance ranges from 20 to 80km.
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