Fiber Optic Communications Interface 3-FIBMB2, SMXLO2, SMXHI2, MMXVR

Standard Features • Class B or Class A or Class X network data connections • Class B or Class A or Class X audio data connections • Node to node distances: Multi-mode: Up to 8,000 ft. (2.4 km) using multi-mode fiber Single-mode high power: Up to 24.85 mi (40 km) using single mode fiber driver - model SMXHI2 Single-mode low power: Up to 8.7mi (14km) using single mode fiber driver- model SMXLO2 • Built-in test signal • Secondary power input • Transition from copper to fiber on same network • Transition from single to multi-mode fiber on same network
Manufacturer: Edwards
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EST3 networks easily configure to single or multi mode fiber optic or combination fiber optic / copper networks using the 3-FIBMB2 Fiber Optic Communications Interface and the appropriate fiber optic transceivers. The 3-FIBMB2 electronics card plugs right into the CPU. A ribbon cable connects the 3-CPU directly to the 3-FIBMB2 fiber interface card. The interface card mounts in the ½ footprint space in a 3-CHAS7 chassis or 3-CAB5 enclosure. The 3-FIBMB2 supports from one to four single or multi mode transceivers that plug into the interface card. Each transceiver provides the transmission and reception capability for the network data or digital audio data to/from a 3-FIBMB2 located in the next network node using single and/or multi mode fiber optic cables. The 3-FIBMB2 also supports copper wire connections, permitting network data and audio communications format changes from copper to single mode fiber, copper to multi-mode fiber, and single to multi-mode fiber, as job conditions require. All copper and fiber circuits can be configured as supervised Class B, Class A, or Class X circuits. The 3-FIBMB2 has a constant output test signal that simplifies installing and testing multi-mode fiber circuits only, reducing setup and troubleshooting time. Secondary power input terminals and an external 24 Vdc source can be used to provide continuous network and audio data to flow through the 3-FIBMB2, when the panel is powered down for servicing.

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