TRIPP-LITE N785-I01-SFP-D Industrial Gigabit Copper to Fiber Media Converter User Guide
- Extends a Gigabit Ethernet connection to an open SFP port
- Industrial housing withstands a wide range of operating temperatures from -40° to 75°C
- Provides ESD, RFI and surge protection
- IP30 rating guarantees protection from tools and wires greater than 2.5 mm
- Open SFP port works with a variety of SFP transceivers
- LEDs indicate Ethernet connection and fiber link status
- DIP switches control Local Loop Back testing (LLB), Link Fault Signaling (LFS), Reserve and FX100 functions
- Link Fault Signaling (LFS) LED indicates when a cable has been severed or another cause for disruption has occurred
- Line Loop Back (LLB) tests both both copper and fiber network connections
- Auto MDI/MDI-X functionality removes the need for crossover cabling
- N785-I01-SFP-D Media Converter
- Terminal Block (20~57VDC)
- DIN Rail Kit
- RJ45 Cap
- SFP Cap
- Quick Start Guide
- N001-Series Cat5e Snagless Ethernet Cables
- N201-Series Cat6 Snagless Ethernet Cables
- N286-Series Transceivers
- The following installation instructions refer to an installation in which two media converters are used.
- To avoid damage due to Electrostatic Discharge (ESD), it is recommended you handle the product while wearing an ESD wrist grounding strap or by touching a conductive surface (such as metal) to discharge any potential ESD prior to handling the product.
- Connect the RJ45 port on the media converter to your network with a user-supplied Cat5e/6 cable.
- Connect a transceiver to the open SFP port on the media converter.
- Connect fiber cabling matching the transceiver type to the transceiver’s port and to a second media converter with a matching transceiver.
- Connect the RJ45 port on the second media converter to your network device (workstation, hub, switch, etc.) using a Cat5e/6 cable.
- Connect 20~57VDC power properly to PWR and RPS (Terminal Block). Connect Alarm Relay output (ALM) to Alarm System.
Wiring the Redundant Power Inputs
You can use “Terminal Block (PWR)” for primary power and “Terminal Block (RPS)” for secondary power and to be a redundant power input. The power input diagram is as follows:
Insert the terminal block connector accessory, which includes “PWR” and “RPS,” into the terminal block receptor.
LED Status Table
|PWR (Green)||ON||Primary power is on|
|PWR (Green)||OFF||Primary power is off or experiencing
|RPS (Green)||ON||Redundant (secondary) power is on|
|RPS (Green)||OFF||Redundant (secondary) power is off or
|ALM (Red)||ON||Alarm for following conditions: LFS (Link Fault Signaling) or power loss|
|ALM (Red)||OFF||Normal operation, no LFS alarm or power loss|
|1000M (Green)||ON||Copper connection up to 1000 Mbps|
|1000M (Green)||OFF||Copper connection speed at 10/100 Mbps|
|Copper port correctly linked|
|LNK/ACT (Green)||OFF||Copper port link failure|
|Activity (receiving or transmitting data)|
|OFF||Port disconnected or link failed|
DIP Switch Settings
|DIP Switch Settings|
|1||LLB||ON: LLB is enabled OFF: LLB is disabled|
|2||LFS||ON: LFS is enabled OFF: LFS is disabled|
|3||FX100||ON: Port 2 (SFP) speed at 100 Mbps OFF: Port 2 (SFP) speed at 1000 Mbps|
|ALM (Alarm) DIP Switch Settings|
|4||PWR||ON: Master power alarm reporting is enabled OFF: Master power alarm reporting is disabled|
|5||RPS||ON: Redundant power alarm reporting is enabled OFF: Redundant power alarm reporting is disabled|
|6||LFS||ON: Alarm for LFS issue is triggered OFF: Alarm LFS is disabled|
When the LFS DIP switch is enabled (#6), an alarm indicator will illuminate to indicate when a cable has been severed or when some other cause of disruption in service has occurred. The LFS function monitors both copper and fiber segments for a total service report.
Line Loop Back Test (LLB)
Set DIP Switch 1 to “ON” to activate the LLB diagnostic test function. Use the LLB function to check if the copper and fiber and fiber segments are connected properly.
|Network Speed||10/100/1000 Mbps (Gigabit)|
|Duplex Mode||Auto MDI/MDI-X|
|IEEE Standards Supported||802.3 10Base-T 802.3u 100Base-TX/FX 802.3ab 1000Base-T
802.3x Flow Control
|Power Supply Input||20~57VDC (Terminal Block)|
|Operating Temperature||-40° to 167°F (-40° to 75°C)|
|Storage Temperature||-40° to 185°F (-40° to 85°C)|
|Operating Humidity||10% to 95% RH, Non-Condensing|
|Storage Humidity||5% to 95% RH, Non-Condensing|
|Unit Dimensions (H x W x D)||2 x 4.7 x 4.1 in. / 5 x 12 x 10.4 cm|
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