1187-IMC-1000MS
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IMC-1000M(S) models are managed Gigabit media converters that support conversion between electrical 10/100/1000Base-T and optical 100/1000Base-X Ethernet. Housed in rugged DIN rail or wall mountable enclosures, these converters are designed for harsh environments, such as industrial networking and intelligent transportation systems (ITS) and are also suitable for many military and utility market applications where environmental conditions exceed commercial product specifications. The converters are Web, SNMP or In-Band managed with an easy to use user interface for Operation, Administration, Maintenance & Provisioning, including bandwidth control, speed, VLAN, Diagnostic, storm filter or converter configurations. The network administrator can manage IMC-1000M(S) via standard SNMP manager such as SmartView. It also provide loop-back test and dying gasp, and can be monitored from a centrally located OAM-enabled FRM220-1000MS converter via remote in-band management.

Data Sheet

  • Conversion between 10/100/1000Base-T and 100/1000Base-X Fiber cable interface
  • Supports Dual Rate (100/1000) SFP for selectable Fast or Gigabit speed on fiber
  • Redundant dual DC input power 12/24/48VDC (9.6 ~ 60VDC)
  • IP30 rugged metal housing and fanless
  • Wide operating temperature -20~75°C (IMC-1000M(S)-E)
  • UL60950-1, CE, FCC, RailWay traffic EN50121-4 certification
  • Industrial grade EMS, EMI EN61000-6-2, EN61000-6-4 certification
  • MIB counters
  • Supports LFPT (Link Fault Pass Through)
  • Auto Laser Shutdown (ALS)
  • Supports SmartView for centralized management (Figure 1)
  • Web management (Figure 3)
  • SNMPv1 management (Figure 1)
  • Supports 16 IEEE 802.1Q Tag VLAN Group
  • SNMPv1 alarm trap for power loss and port link down
  • Supports in-band management from FRM220 Chassis With FRM220-1000MS (Figure 2)
  • Remote loop-back test
  • Dying gasp (remote power failure detection)

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