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The ComNet RLMCSFPPOEHO is a substation-rated and industrially hardened Ethernet media converter that supports Universal PoE (Power over Ethernet) powered devices requiring up to 60 watts of operating power. Designed to the requirements of IEC 61850-3, IEEE 1613 Class 2, EN50155, and NEMA TS-1/TS-2, it is intended for deployment in environments where high levels of electromagnetic noise and interference (EMI) and severe voltage transients and surges are routinely encountered, such as electrical utility substations and switchyards, heavy manufacturing facilities, trackside and roadside electronic equipment, and other difficult out-of-plant applications. The DIP-switch-selectable 100BASE-FX or 1000BASE-FX port supports optical transmission media with selection of the appropriate ComNet SFP* module. User-selectable link fault pass-through provides remote indication of a network fault, and a summary fault alarm provides a local or remote indication via a dry contact closure in the event of loss of optical link or operating power. The 10/100/1000BASE-TX port supports both auto-negotiation and automatic MDI/MDI-X crossover for full and half-duplex operation; manual MDI/MDI-X switching is not required. The internal/self-contained power supply features redundant 48 VDC inputs, for the highest possible reliability. The simple to install, plug-and-play RLMCSFPPOE[HO] is DIN-rail or panel-mountable, and is ideal for mission-critical PoE applications where very high levels of reliability and network availability are of the utmost importance.
|RLMCSFPPOEHO||Electrical Substation-Rated 10/100/1000 Mbps Media Converter, redundant 48 VDC inputs, SFP Optical Port, 60 W PoE++|
* SFP = Small Form-Factor Pluggable Module. Sold separately.