Black Box Fiber Driver, St to DB25 Female
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Provantage Code: BABXF10
Condition: Factory New
Product Type: Transceiver/Media Converter Product Model: MD940A-F Country of Origin: United States TAA Compliant: Yes
Black Box MD940A-F Specifications
Fiber Driver, St to DB25 Female
At a Glance
Support RS-232 async, bidirectional transmission.
Switch-selectable DTE/DCE option. Set to perform like a DTE so it can communicate with another DCE device. No special cables are needed.
Autosensing 110-220-VAC power supply ensures reliability and continuous transmission.
Transmit data at up to 76.8 kbps.
Reach distances of 2.5 miles (4 km) at any speed.
Use with multimode fiber cable.
Autosensing 110-220-VAC power supply ensures reliability and continuous transmission. A range select feature compensates for coupled power variations. Switch-selectable DTE/DCE option. Set to perform like a DTE so it can communicate with another DCE device. No special cables are needed. Support RS-232 async, bidirectional transmission. Use with multimode fiber cable. Environmental Certification Miscellaneous
This product works with: Multimode Distribution-Style, Fiber Optic Bulk Cable, Plenum, Custom Lengths, 12-Fiber (EXP3012A or EXP35012A) Premium Ceramic, Multimode, 62.5-Micron Fiber Optic Patch Cables, ST-ST (EFN110 or EFP110) Standard RS-232 Low-Noise Cable, 25-Conductor (ECM25T-0010). Questions? Contact our FREE Tech Support.
Product Name Fiber Driver, St to DB25 Female
Product Type Transceiver/Media Converter
Number of ST Ports 2
Media Type Supported Optical Fiber
Fiber Mode Supported Multi-mode
Total Number of Ports 3
ST Port Type Duplex
TAA Compliant Yes
Maximum Distance Supported 2.49 Mile
Power Source Power Supply
Environmentally Friendly Yes
Fiber Optic Cable Standard 62.5 µm
Fiber Optic Wavelength 850 nm
Country of Origin United States
Product Model MD940A-F
Packaged Quantity 1
Limited Warranty 1 Year
Products with exposed solder can expose you to lead and lead compounds, chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer, birth defects, or other reproductive harm. Always wash your hands after handling and avoid inhalation of fumes if heating the solder. For more information go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov.