REPOTEC RP-MC211FP Gigabit Media Converter Owner Manual

REPOTEC RP-MC211FP Gigabit Media Converter Owner Manual
I. Brief introduction
Many thanks for purchasing Gigabit media converter!
This product supports IEEE802.3Z/AB 1000Base-SX/LX
protocol, the working mode of duplex full mode and half
mode. The electric outlet is adaptive to the rate of
10/100/1000M Gigabit media converter. This manual is
for various models of adaptive 10Base-T, 100Base-T, and
1000Base-T media converter. The following purchasing
guide is for customer to refer to.
II. Packing list
Please check the following items in the package before
installing the media converter.
Gigabit optical media converter
Power line
User manual
media converter are interfaced or connected to
switchboard with fiber interface, the fiber is in cross
connection, namely "TX-RX" "RX-TX".
2. Connection
Connect the network device (work station, hub or switch)
to the RJ-45 jack of the media converter through
twisted-pair CAT5. Connect the multimode/single mode
fiber to LC fiber interface of the media converter. Turn
the power on. The corresponding LED is on for a correct
connection. (See the table below for the LED indicator
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Figure 1 Schematic drawing of connection
Please contact the dealer immediately for any loss or
damage to the above items.
III. Installation
1. Interface
RJ-45 interface
The transmission media adopts CAT5/CAT5E/CAT6
twisted-pair. It is recommended to use quality RJ-45 and
well made jumper. It features the function of
automatically identifying the through line and cross wire.
Fiber interface
The fiber interface is of duplex mode type, including two
interfaces, namely TX and RX. When the two sets of
IV. Explanation for LED indicator lamp
The LED indicator lamps serve as device monitoring and
error display. The following explains each LED indicator.
Status Explanation
Converter works in the full duplex mode.
Converter works in the half duplex mode.
FX Link/ACT Blink
Active status display of fiber interface link
“Blink” indicates packet goes through FX
Rate of electrical interface is 1000Mbps
Rate of electrical interface is 100Mbps
TP Link/ACT Blink
Active status display of electrical interface
“Blink” indicates packet goes through TP
Power is on and normal.
When both 1000 and 100 are Off, Rate of electrical interface is
V. Technical Specification
1. Standard Protocol:
IEEE802.3Z/AB 1000Base-T/SX/LX
2. Transfer rate: 2000Mbps/full-duplex
3 Interface: One RJ-45 10/100/1000Base-TX
One FX 1000Base-SX/LX
4. Operation mode: full duplex mode or half duplex mode
5. Power supply:
Internal 110-240VAC 50-60HZ (Standalone)
External 5V DC 2A (Slider card)
6. Environmental temperature: 0℃~50 ℃
7. Relative humidity: 5%-90% non-condensing
8. TP cable: CAT.5, CAT.5E, CAT.6
9. Transfer fiber: multi-mode: 50/125, 62.5/125μm
Single mode: 8.3/125, 8.7/125, 9/125 or 10/125μm
10 Dimensions:
Standalone type: 32mm x 127mm x 156mm
Slider Card type: 26mm x 77.2mm x 113mm
*Toggle ON pin 1 to LFP is enable; OFF is disable
Gigabit Ethernet Media Converter
LFP is enable
10/100/1000Base-Tx to 1000Base-X
LFP is disable
VI. Caution:
1. This product is suitable for indoor application.
2. Put on the dust cover of fiber interface when not used.
3. It is forbidden to stare at the TX fiber-transfer end with
naked eyes.
4. Single optical fiber transceiver must be used in pair (A,
A: TX1310RX1550nm B: TX1550/RX1310nm.
User manual
(Please read before using the Media Converter)
VII. Trouble shooting:
1. Line loss is excessive during the fiber wiring
Excessive loss in adaptor connector plug-in and fiber
soldering welding and excessive intermediate nodes may
cause excessive loss rate or abnormal operation.
2. If power loss is excessive in the fiber, please check and
clean the fiber patch cord connectors.
P/N: 41NE-MC211FP0-A00
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