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Blackbox Lb323A, Industrial Ethernet Extender

BlackBox, LB323A, LB323A, Industrial Ethernet Extender for Extreme Temperatures - 10/100, 1-Port Features: Extends 10- or 100-Mbps Ethernet up to 1.6 miles (2.6 km) at 1 Mbps and up to 300 meters at 100 Mbps

USD 397.50

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Autosensing for Ethernet speed and duplex

Easy setup

For use at extreme temperatures from -40 to 167 deg F -40 to 75 deg C

Hot swap extenders without powering down

Ideal for environments where connectivity is crucial

It's Features high shock, vibration, and electrical noise immunity

It's ruggedized aluminum housing withstands a wide temperature range from -40 deg C to 75 deg C and enables it to be installed in outdoor cabinets

Just plug an extender into each end of your UTP wire and use simple DIP switches to set one unit as local CO and the other as remote CP

NOTE Does not come with a power supply

Plus, the RJ-45 port autosenses speed and duplex, and it features MDI/MDI-X, so your Ethernet is virtually foolproof! Desktop or wallmount

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Simple plug-and-play installation

Six speeds with easy-to-read speed indicator LEDs on front of the extender

The Industrial Ethernet Extender uses vDSL to provide an easy, inexpensive way to extend the reach of your Ethernet network over ordinary voice-grade UTP copper wire in harsh environments

The extender is transparent to upper level protocols such as TCP/IP, and there's never any software to install

This product works with External 100 ndash 240-VAC Power Adapters PS002A ndash PS003A DIN Mount Power Supplies PSD012 Panel Mount Kit PMK303

Transparent to network protocols

Use voice-grade twisted-pair copper wire-even phone wire you already have installed

Uses symmetrical vDSL for speeds of up to 100 Mbps

You can use this compact extender as a desktop or a wallmount standalone unit

The extender is ideal for extending Ethernet to remote buildings and in security/surveillance applications for backhauling remote IP security camera traffic