10G media converter has fiber connection
The FCU-5002 media converter by Aaxeon uses point-to-point fiber connection and is backwards compatible with the FCU-Rack16 Series.
Aaxeon Technologies' 10G media converter, the FCU-5002-SFP+, offers 2 SFP+ ports and supports 3R optical signal regeneration. The media converter provides a point-to-point fiber connection for long distance deployment with a reliable and stable link over 10 Gigabit devices.
The FCU-5002-SFP+ comes with a five year warranty, complies with IEEE 802.3ae 10GBaseR, and is compatible with Aaxeon’s FCU-Rack16 Series. SFP plug and play modules are separate. They can reach up to distances of 40km.
When transmitting long distances, fiber transmission systems can be affected by many factors such as noise, dispersion, crosstalk, etc. The media converter’s 3R signal regeneration relays or regenerates the optical signal that may have been degraded during the transmission, therefore allowing the signal to reach longer distances without instability or degradation.
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