Interlogix 1069181 R1 0 SFP Transceivers User Manual

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GE Transceivers Manual 1069181 REV 1.0 ISS 22FEB10 and use compliance 2010 GE Security Inc document may not be copied in whole or in part or otherwise without prior written consent from GE Security Inc where specifically permitted under US and international law information in this document is subject to change without notice Security Inc Security assumes no responsibility for or omissions and specifically disclaims any liabilities or risks personal or otherwise incurred as a consequence or indirectly of the use or application of any of the contents this document For the latest documentation contact your local or visit us online at www gesecurity com publication may contain examples of screen captures and used in daily operations Examples may include fictitious of individuals and companies Any similarity to names and of actual businesses or persons is entirely coincidental and the GE monogram are trademarks of General Electric Other trade names used in this document may be or registered trademarks of the manufacturers or of the respective products this product only for the purpose it was designed for refer to the sheet and user documentation for details For the latest product contact your local supplier or visit us online at equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits a Class B digital device pursuant to part 15 of the FCC Rules limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against interference in a residential installation This equipment uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and if not and used in accordance with the instructions may cause interference to radio communications However there is no that interference will not occur in a particular installation this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or reception which can be determined by turning the off and on the user is encouraged to try to correct the by one or more of the following measures or relocate the receiving antenna the separation between the equipment and receiver the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from to which the receiver is connected the dealer or an experienced radio TV technician for N4131 Security Inc and regulatory responsibility Security Inc 8985 Town Center Parkway FL 34202 USA authorized manufacturing representative Security B V Kelvinstraat 7 DH Weert The Netherlands WEEE directive Products marked with this symbol be disposed of as unsorted municipal waste in the European For proper recycling return this product to your local supplier the purchase of equivalent new equipment or dispose of it at collection points For more information see information contact information see our Web site www gesecurity com contact information see our Web site www gesecurity eu 1 Overview 1 List 2 2 2 SFP modules 3 A Fiber Optic Cable Parameters 7 Transceivers User Manual 1 GE Security SFP1000 and SFP100 family of Small Form Factor Pluggable also known as mini GBIC Transceiver Modules is specifically designed a high performance integrated duplex data link over single mode optical These transceiver modules are compliant with the SFP Multisource MSA With the hot plug ability these modules offer an easy way be installed into SFP MSA compliant ports at any time without the of the host equipments operating online The SFP Transceivers be installed into any of GE Security Switch products with the 100Base FX 1000Base SX LX SFP interface Transceivers User Manual 1 Overview List GE SFP1000 SFP100 Transceiver family comes with one of the following module List connector and distance 1000Mbps LC Multi Mode 850nm 220m 550m 1000Mbps LC Single Mode 1310nm 10km 100Mbps Multi Mode 1310nm 2km 100Mbps Single Mode 1310nm 20km SFP Transceiver box should contain the following items SFP transceiver module User manual any item is missing or damaged please consult the dealer from whom you you SFP Transceiver module LX SFP Mini GBIC Modules SFP1000SX 220 SFP1000LX Complies with the IEEE 802.3z Gigabit Ethernet standard X 1000Mbps fiber port Transceivers User Manual 1 Overview and Play Installation provides distance up to 220m over 62.5 125 cable and 550m over 50 125 fiber cable provides distance up to 10km over 9 125 mode fiber cable SFP Mini GBIC Modules SFP100FX1310 TSC 2Km Complies with IEEE 802.3u Fast Ethernet standard x 100Mbps fiber port and Play Installation provides distance up to 2km over multi mode fiber cable provides distance up to 20km over single mode fiber cable SFP modules The section describes how to insert an SFP transceiver into an SFP slot SFP transceivers are hot pluggable and hot swappable You can plug in out the transceiver from any SFP port without having to power down the Converter As Figure 1 shows Transceivers User Manual 1 Overview 1 Plug in the SFP transceiver Before connecting the other switches workstations or Media ensure the following conditions are met Make sure both sides of the SFP transceiver are the same media for example 100Base FX to 100Base FX 1000Base SX to Check that the fiber optic cable type matches the SFP transceiver connect to a SFP1000SX 220m or a SFP100FX1310 TSC SFP transceiver use the multi mode fiber cable where side must be a male duplex LC connector type connect to the SFP1000LX 10km or the SFP100FX1310 SFP transceiver use the single mode fiber cable one side must be a male duplex LC connector type the Fiber cable Attach the duplex LC connector on the network cable into the SFP Connect the other end of the cable to a device switches with SFP fiber NIC on a workstation or a Media Converter Transceivers User Manual 1 Overview Check that the LNK ACT LED on the SFP slot of the switch converter that the SFP transceiver is operating correctly Check the Link mode of the SFP port If the link failed Set the Link to 1000 Force or 100 Force if needed the module Make sure that there is no network activity by checking with the administrator Or through the management interface of the if available to disable the port in advance Remove the Fiber Optic Cable gently Turn the handle of the MFB module to horizontal Pull out the module gently through the handle 2 Pullout the transceiver Never pull out the module without pull the handle or the push bolts on module Pulling out the module with too much force could damage the and SFP module slot of the Managed Industrial Switch Transceivers User Manual 1 Overview Transceivers User Manual A Optic Cable wiring details are shown below Type 850nm 1310nm 1310nm mode mode Specification or 62.5 125 or 62.5 125 Transceivers User Manual

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