B+B SmartWorx Slide-In Modular Media Converter 10Gbps SFP+ and XFP Fiber Series - IMC-790-2SFP

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he IMC-790-2SFP is a single-wide SNMP manageable module. The IMC-790-2XFP is a dual-wide SNMP manageable module. They both allow network operators to convert an array of fiber types within a network and can be installed in the modular SNMP-manageable iMediaChassis IMC-79x series and in the unmanaged MediaChassis IMC-71x series.

The IMC-790-2SFP uses a 10Gbps SFP+ module while the IMC-790-2XFP uses a 10Gbps XFP module. Both series are capable of moving large amounts of data over long distances for different applications. The hot-swappable nature of SFP+ and XFP, and the numerous 10G protocols and types that are available all allow for easy configuration and future upgrading as network demands evolve.

The protocol-independent with dual SFP+ ports provide a single conversion between single-mode to multi-mode fiber, single-mode to single-mode fiber, or single-strand to single-mode fiber. The IMC-790-2XFP is protocol-independent with dual XFP ports that can provide a single conversion between copper, different wavelengths, or single-mode and multi-mode fiber, single-mode to single-mode fiber, or multi-mode to single-strand single-mode fiber.

The media converters can be easily configured and managed with the GUI-based iView software. As an SNMP management application, iView gives network managers the ability to monitor and control IMC series products. When iView runs as a web server version, it is free and available for download from the website.
  • Interchangeable SFP+ and XFP modules that allow for multiple fiber mode/ type conversion options
  • Supports SNMP when installed in a compatible managed chassis
  • Supports a wide range of SFP+ modules
  • Supports hot-swappable functionality
  • Supports configuration control functionality
  • The user selectable FX LinkLoss feature enables the operator to identify a cable fault failure when the unit is not installed in a managed chassis
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