1000T - 1000X Fiber/SFP Mini GBIC,Multimode SFP/LC ,Duplex 500M w/Din Rail. No power



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The industrial KCD-400 media converter series provides industrial strength Gigabit Ethernet copper-tofiber media conversion,allowing for 1000Base-T-to-1000Base-Xover multi-mode or optional singlemode fiber optical media. With the SFP (Mini-GBIC) connector design,the media converter not only supports existing variety of multimode and single mode fibers,but also preserves the flexibility to adapt to any change of your fiber network in the future.

Product Features


  • Comply with IEEE 802.3ab 1000Base-T,802.3z 1000Base-SX/LX standard
  • Provide direct media conversion for Gigabit copper and Gigabit fiber
  • Support full wire speed conversion
  • Support transparent conversion of any packet types with no packet length limitation
  • Support auto-negotiation with link partners
  • Provide link pass through between copper and fiber link
  • Provide SFP on fiber port for mounting variety of fiber options
  • Low power consumption
  • Two power interface types:screw terminal block and DC Jack
  • Supports DIN-rail mounting and optional screwed plane mounting


  • Plug and play design with no configuration setting
  • Wide operating temperature range for temperature critical environment
  • Support DIN-rail mounting and panel mounting
  • Provide two power input types to meet more application needs
  • Accept wide power input voltage range for application flexibility
  • Industrial-rated Emission and Immunity performance



  • IEEE 802.3au, 802.3z


  • Direct 1000BASE-T to 1000BASE-X with minimum latency

Packet Types:

  • Transparent conversion with no modification to:
    • Standard IEEE 802.3 Ethernet packet frames
    • IEEE 802.1Q tagged packet frames

Copper Port:

  • Shielded RJ-45,1000Mbps
  • Auto-negotiation capable
  • Auto-MDI/MDI-X crossover function

Fiber Port:

  • SFP connector with pre-configured SFP fiber transceiver
  • Far End Fault support