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Gigabit PoE Media Converter | Copper to Fiber Converter | Perle
10/100/1000 PoE Media Converter
PoE / PoE+ Ethernet to Fiber Converters
10/100/1000Base-T to 100/1000Base-X F ber
Supplies IEEE 802.3 PoE & PoE+ PSE power
Compat ble with legacy pre-standard PoE devices
Multiport models: 2, 3 or 4 ports
Fix fiber ports or empty slot for Cisco and other industry standard SFPs
Advanced features: PD Reset, Fiber redundancy, Smart Link Pass-Through,
Fiber Fault Alert, Auto-MDIX and Loopback
Perle's feature rich Gigabit rate converting PoE Media Converters transparently connect copper to f ber while
providing Power over Ethernet ( PoE ) to standards-based PoE and PoE+ compliant devices such as IP cameras,
VoIP phones and wireless access points. S-1110 PoE Media Converters are also available with support for
Extended Temperature ranges.
Perle PoE Media Converters are classified as Power Sourcing Equipment (PSE). While using standard UTP cables
that carry Ethernet data, Perle PoE media converters can also provide power to one or two Powered Devices (PDs).
Perle has PoE media converter models that support the IEEE 802.3af PoE standard (15.4W of power) or the IEEE
802.3at PoE+ standard (30W of power). Learn more about PoE.
Perle 10/100/1000 PoE Ethernet to Fiber Converters provide an economical path to extend the distance of an
existing network with fiber cabling. At the same time they function as PoE injectors to power devices l ke IP phones,
video conferencing equipment, IP cameras and Wi-Fi devices over copper UTP cabling.
Multi-port PoE media converters enable a variety of flex ble network designs. They can feature single or dual RJ-45
ports to power one or two PD’s per converter and single or dual f ber ports.
Network Administrators can "see-everything" with Perle's advanced features such as Auto-Negotiation, Auto-MDIX,
Link Pass-Through, Fiber Fault Alert, and Loopback. This allows for more efficient troubleshooting and less on-site
maintenance. These cost and time saving features, along with a lifetime warranty and free worldwide technical
support, make Perle's Gigabit rate converting PoE Media Converters the smart choice for IT professionals.
Gigabit Rate Converting to Fiber PoE Media Converter Features
Performs the Power Sourcing Equipment ( PSE ) function on 1 or 2 UTP ports for IEEE
802.3af (15.4 watts PoE) and IEEE 802.3at ( up to 30 watts PoE+ ) compliant devices.
Power Over Ethernet
( PSE )
Available in PoE and PoE+ models
PoE+ models support both Type 1 ( PoE ) and Type 2 ( PoE+ ) PD gear
Advanced Power Management
PD Power Reset
Enable/Disable PSE power by UTP port
PD signature detec ion
Over-Current Protection
PD power classification detection ( Class 0,1,2,3,4 )
Ideal for remotely resetting equipment, this configurable function performs a momentary
power reset to the attached Powered Device (PD). When enabled, the media converter
will, upon loss of fiber RX, turn off PSE output power supplied to the PD device for 2
seconds then turn the power back on and leave it on until such time that another f ber
RX link is lost (after it was re-established). When disabled, a loss of fiber RX has no
effect on PSE power to the PD device(s).
Support is included for a broad range of PD ( Powered Devices )
Powered Device Support
Multiport Configurations
IEEE Standard PoE/PoE+ ( Alternative A and B )
Legacy High Capacitance PDs
Legacy VoIP phones and Wireless Access Points
2 port – 1 UTP and 1 fiber ( fixed fiber or SFP slot )
3 port - 1 UTP and 2 SFP fiber slots or 2 UTP and 1 fiber ( fixed fiber or SFP slot )
4 port - 2 UTP and 2 SFP fiber slots
Fiber Redundancy
When enabled on dual fiber models, the media converter treats Fiber 1 as the primary and if the
link fails, the fiber link is switched over to fiber 2 within 50ms.
Redundant Primary Fiber
If the “Fiber Redundancy” feature is also enabled, the primary fiber 1 link is con inuously
monitored and if is restored for at least 6 seconds, the link will be switched back from the
secondary fiber 2 port to the primary fiber 1 port.
Power Strain Relief strap
Included with all models, a strain relief strap is provided to ensure a solid and secure power
connection to the media converter. Ideal for areas that may be exposed to vibration.
SFP Speed Sensing
Automatically detects whether a Gigabit or Fast Ethernet fiber SFP has been inserted and
adjusts accordingly.
Auto-Negotiation (802.3u)
The media converter supports auto negotiation. The 1000Base-X fiber interface negotiates
according to 802.3 clause 37. The 10/100/1000Base-T negotiates according to 802.3 clause 28
and 40. The 1000Base-X will link up with its partner after the highest common denominator
(HCD) is reached and the copper has linked up with its partner. The 1000Base-X will continue to
cycle through negotiation transmitting a remote fault of offline (provided this is enabled through
the switch setting) until the copper is linked up and the HCDs match.
The media converter supports auto-negotiation of full duplex, half duplex, remote fault, full
duplex pause, asymmetric pause and Auto MDI-X.
Auto-MDIX
Auto-MDIX (automatic medium-dependant interface crossover) detects the signaling on the
copper Ethernet interface to determine the type of cable connected (straight-through or
crossover) and automatically configures the connection when enabled. The media converter can
also correct for wires swapped within a pair.
The media converter will adjust for up to 120ns of delay skew between the 1000Base-T pairs.
Smart Link Pass-Through
When the Link Mode switch is placed into Smart Link Pass-Through mode, the copper Ethernet
port will reflect the state of the 1000Base-X media converter port. This feature can be used
whether fiber auto-negotiation is enabled or disabled.
Fiber Fault Alert
With Fiber Fault Alert the state of the 1000Base-X receiver is passed to the 1000Base-X
transmitter. This provides fault notification to the partner device attached to the 1000Base-X
interface of the media converter. If the 1000Base-X transmitter is off as a result of this fault it will
be turned on periodically to allow the condition to clear should the partner device on the
1000Base-X be using a similar technique. This eliminates the possibility of lockouts that occur
wi h some media converters. Applies only when fiber auto-negotiation is disabled.
Pause (IEEE 802.3xy)
Pause signaling is an IEEE feature that temporarily suspends data transmission
between two devices in the event that one of the devices becomes overwhelmed. The
media converter supports pause negotiation on the 10/100/1000Base-T connection and
1000Base-X f ber connection.
With Autoneg on he device will advertise sym and asymmetric pause
With Autoneg off – Pause receive and send will be disabled
Duplex
Full and half duplex operation supported.
Jumbo Packets
Transparent to jumbo packets up to 10KB.
VLAN
Transparent to VLAN tagged packets.
Remote Loopback
Capable of performing a loopback on the 1000Base-X fiber interface.
Gigabit PoE Media Converter | Technical Specifications | Perle
Power
DC Power Requirements
PoE models: 46 - 57 vDC
PoE+ models: 52 - 57 vDC
Power Consumption
6 Watts
Power Over Ethernet (PSE)
PoE models: maximum to 15.4 watts supplied per port
PoE+ models: up to 30 watts supplied per port
Alternative A ( power on pins 1,2 and 3,6 )
Alternative B ( power on pins 4,5 and 7,8 )
PoE Options
Legacy PoE ( IE VoIP phones and wireless access points ) - ( reverse polarity on
pins 4,5 and 7,8 )
Legacy large capacitor detect ( pins 4,5 and 7,8 )
Power Connector
5.5mm x 9.5mm x 2.1mm barrel socket
Power Adapter
Universal AC/DC adapter
100-240v AC, regulated 48vDC adapter included for PoE
100-240v AC, regulated 56vDC adapter included for PoE+
Indicators
Power ( PWR )
This green LED is turned on when power is applied to the media converter. Otherwise it is
off. The LED will blink slowly when either fiber port is in Loopback test mode. The LED
will blink quickly if there is a hardware failure where the reason code can be identified
through a combination of FDF,LKF, FDC and PSE indicator LEDs
This green LED is operational only when power is applied. The LED will blink
along with transmit/receive data on the f ber port
Fiber link on / Receive activity
( LKF 1/2 )
If a loss of link on the copper port results in a Link Passthrough condition to the
fiber port, this LED will blink at a rate of once every 2 seconds until the condition
is cleared.
This green LED is operational only when power is applied. The LED will blink
along with transmit/receive data on the 10/100/1000 UTP port
Copper link on / Receive activity
( LKC 1/2 )
If a loss of link on the copper port results in a Link Passthrough condition to the
fiber port, this LED will blink at a rate of once every 2 seconds until the condition
is cleared.
Fiber Duplex ( FDF 1/2 )
This green LED is operational only when power is applied. The LED is on when the
10/100/1000Base-X link is operational in full duplex mode. The LED is off when in half
duplex. If the Auto-Neg switch is turned off, this LED will always be on
Copper Duplex ( FDC 1/2 )
This green LED is operational only when power is applied. The LED is on when the
10/100/1000Base-T link is operational in full duplex mode. The LED is off when in half
duplex
100/1000
This multi-color LED is operational only when power is applied. The LED is green when
the speed of he copper ethernet port is running at 1000 Mbps. The LED is yellow when
the speed of he copper Ethernet port is running at 100 Mbps. The LED is off when in 10
Mbps.
This LED will signify the status of the PSE function. Using multi-color and
blinking the unit will show the following status for the PSE;
GREEN — Solid: The PSE has successfully detected a compliant PD and is
applying power over the UTP (for legacy pin out simply show active power when
applied)
YELLOW — Solid: The PSE is not active. This means the PSE has been
configured to provide power, but the PD is :
PSE Status ( PSE 1/2 )
Not connected
Has not detected a compliant PD and is not applying power
PSE has turned off power for Reset function
OFF — PSE function switch disabled
RED — Blinking: Error Conditions
Capacitance too High — 1 blink
Resistance too Low or short circuit — 2 blinks
Resistance too high or open circuit — 3 blinks
Switches - accessible through a side opening in the chassis
Auto-Negotiation (802.3u)
Enabled (Default) - The media converter uses 802.3u Auto-negotiation on the
10/100/1000Base-T interface. It is set to advertise full duplex, half duplex, pause and
remote fault capabilities.
Disabled - The media converter sets the port according to the position of the speed and
duplex switches.
Link Mode provides a transparency to the state of the copper link allowing for simplified
trouble shooting from the devices connected to the media converter.
Normal (Default — Up)
With Fiber Auto Negotiation enabled when the copper link goes down the 1000Base-X
link is brought down. The 1000Base-X link will advertise Remote Fault (Link Fault).
With Fiber Auto Negotiation disabled the state of the copper link has no effect on the
1000Base-X link.
Link Mode
Smart Link Pass Through (Down)
With Fiber Auto Negotiation enabled the behavior is as follows. When the copper link
goes down the 1000Base-X link is brought down. The 1000Base-X link will advertise
Remote Fault (Link Fault). When Remote Fault (Link Fault) is received on the 1000BaseX interface the copper transmitter will be turned off. When the copper receiver is off the
1000Base-X transmitter will be turned off. When the 1000Base-X receiver goes off the
copper transmitter will be turned off.
With Fiber Auto-Negotiation disabled the behavior is as follows. When the copper receiver
is off the 1000Base-X transmitter will be turned off. When the 1000Base-X receiver goes
off the copper transmitter will be turned off.
Effect on 3 and 4 port units: pass-through conditions will be recognized when the state
of both copper UTP or fiber port pairs are the same.IE only if both copper ports go down
will he fiber port on a 3 port unit be forced inac ive.
The Fiber Fault Alert switch has meaning when Auto-Negotiation is disabled
Fiber Fault Alert
Enabled (Default - Up)
When the 1000Base-X receiver is off he 1000Base-X transmitter is turned off.
Periodically the 1000Base-X receiver will be turned on for a short period to allow the
condition to clear if the 1000Base-X link partner is using a similar feature.
Disabled (Down)
The media converter can perform a loopback on the 1000Base-X fiber interface.
Disabled (Default - Up)
Loopback ( 1/2 )
Enabled - The 1000Base-X receiver is looped to the 1000Base-X transmitter. The copper
transmitter is taken off the interface.
A loopack switch for each fiber connection
On dual fiber units, if one or both ports have loopback enable, all copper ports are
disabled, but PoE power is maintained. The other fiber port is unaffected.
Speed Copper
100 (Default)
10
Duplex Copper
Full (Default)
Half
Fiber Negotiation
Up: The Media Converter will negotiate Ethernet parameters on the f ber
connection. This will ensure that the most optimal connection parameters will be
in effect. If connecting to another Perle Media Converter, this parameter should
be set to Auto. The Media Converter Module will advertise 1000Mbps, Full and
Half Duplex, no Pause.
Down: The Media Converter Module’s f ber will be fixed to 1000Mbps, Full
Duplex.
If Auto-Negotiation (802.3u) is enabled, the media converter determines the
current cable pinout to use on the copper interface. If Auto-Negotiation (802.3u)
is disabled the Media converter will use the RX Energy method on the copper
interface to set the port MDI or MDIX whichever is appropriate.
Auto-MDIX (Internal Strap)
Enabled (Default) - Either a straight-through or crossover type cable can be used
to connect the media converter to the device on the other end of the cable.
Disabled - If the partner device on the other end of the cable does not have the
Auto-MDIX (Internal Strap)
Auto-MDIX feature a specific cable, either a straight-through or crossover will be
required to ensure that the media converter's transmitter and the partner devices
transmitter are connected to the others receiver. The Media converter's 100BaseTX port is configured as MDI-X with this switch setting.
Settable for each UTP port available.
PSE Power
When enabled (UP), the media converter will perform a Power Sourcing
Equipment (PSE) function as per IEEE802.3af or 802.3at standards (relevant
model).
Default is "enabled"
This is a technique to perform a power reset on a PD device(s) attached.
When enabled ( down ), the media converter will upon loss of link on any fiber
port, turn off PSE output power to the PD device(s) for 2 seconds then turn the
power back on. The power remains on until any fiber link transitions from up to
down again.
PD Power Reset
With Passthrough enabled ( Link Mode enabled and Fiber Auto-Negotiation
enabled ) , a loss of link on the f ber resulting from a loss of link on the copper, a
PD Power Reset till still occur.
When PD Power Reset disabled, loss of fiber link has no effect on PSE power to
the PD device(s).
When disabled (default), the ports will operate as a 3 or 4 port switch
When enabled (Down) the media converter treats Fiber 1 as the primary. If the
link fails, the fiber link is switched over to f ber 2 within 50ms.
Fiber Redundancy
( Dual Fiber Models )
While the primary is active, the link on port 2 will be maintained, but the port will
not pass data
A redundancy switch-over will not occur if the fiber link was brought down as a
result of link pass-through from a copper port.
Redundant Primary
( Dual F ber Models )
PoE Power Options
( Internal Straps )
If the "F ber Redundancy" feature is also enabled, the primary f ber 1 link is
continuously monitored and if is restored for at least 6 seconds, the link will be
switched back from the secondary fiber 2 port to the primary fiber 1 port
Set to Alternative A ( default ):
Set to Alternative B:
Set to Legacy Pre-Standard:
Pins 3,6 Neg, Pins 1,2 Pos
Pins 7,8 Neg, Pins 4,5 Pos
Pins 7,8 Pos, Pins 4,5 Neg
Connectors
10/100/1000Base-T
1 or 2 RJ45 connectors.
2 pair CAT5, EIA/TIA 568A/B or better cable for 10/100.
4 pair CAT5 UTP cable for Gigabit.
Magnetic Isolation
1.5kv
Available on single fiber port models with 1 or 2 copper UTP ports
Dual multimode or single mode ( Duplex ) f ber - SC, ST
Fixed Fiber
Single strand f ber ( Simplex ) - SC
LC - obtained by inserting an SFP ( LC ) in an SFP slot model
Small Form Factor Pluggable
( SFP ) slot
SFP slot models: Empty slot for 1000Base-X or 100Base-X SFP modules
supplied by Perle, Cisco or other manufacturers of MSA compliant SFPs.
Hot insertion and removable ( hot swappable ).
Filtering
Filtering
1024 MAC Addresses
Frame Specifications
Buffer
1000 Kbits frame buffer memory
Size
Maximum frame size of 10,240 bytes -- Gigabit
Maximum frame size of 2048 bytes -- Fast Ethernet
Environmental Specifications
Operating Temperature
0 C to 50 C (32 F to 122 F)
Storage Temperature
minimum range of -25 C to 70 C (-13 F to 158 F)
Operating Humidity
5% to 90% non-condensing
Storage Humidity
5% to 95% non-condensing
Operating Altitude
Up to 3,048 meters (10,000 feet)
Heat Output ( BTU/HR )
20.5
MTBF (Hours)
Model Type
No Power Adaptor
PoE
PoE+
1 UTP,
1 UTP,
1 UTP,
2 UTP,
2 UTP,
2 UTP,
361,190
410,188
399,432
292,529
323,861
317,119
206,434
221,560
218,384
182,017
193,675
191,244
78,317
80,399
79,977
74,524
76,407
76,026
fixed fiber
1 SFP
2 SFP
fixed fiber
1 SFP
2 SFP
Mounting
Din Rail Kit
Optional
Rack Mount Kit
Optional
Product Weight and Dimensions
Weight
0.45 Kg, 1.0 lbs (no power adaptor)
Dimensions
150 x 95 x 26 mm, 5.9 x 3.7 x 1.0 inches
Packaging
Shipping Weight
PoE models: 1.1 Kg, 2.4 lbs
PoE+ models: 1.4 Kg, 3.1 lbs
Shipping Dimensions
300 x 200 x 70 mm, 11.8 x 7 9 x 2.8 inches
Regulatory Approvals
FCC Part 15 Class A, EN55022 Class A
Emissions
CISPR 22 Class A
EN61000-3-2
Immunity
EN55024
UL 60950-1
Electrical Safety
EN60950
CE
Environmental
Reach, RoHS and WEEE Compliant
ECCN: 5A991A
Other
HTSUS Number: 8517.62.0050
Perle Lifetime warranty
Gigabit PoE Media Converter | Application Diagrams | Perle
Gigabit Fiber to IP Cameras
Connect 10/100/1000 IP Cameras to Gigabit Backbone
Extend the reach to IP cameras using f ber media converters. Security cameras are typically installed in remote locations
throughout a facility. For cameras that are in the ceiling or other inaccessible areas l ke rooftops, light poles, along fences,
pipelines and transit routes, the cost of bringing electrical power to each camera is eliminated by powering the equipment
through the UTP cable using a PoE media converter. For cameras with Pan-Tilt-Zoom ( PTZ ) that may require higher
power, PoE+ models that can supply up to 30 watts of power are also available. PoE+ may also be required for cameras
used in cold environments that feature de-icers and blowers.
F ber is run from an existing data closet to an area with access to power. A PoE Media Converter can be powered by
either 48vDC or standard 100 to 240 AC power. The media converter is attached to the power supply and the f ber cable. Copper (UTP or STP cable) Ethernet can be extended another 100 meters to the IP camera. The PoE Media Converter
is converting the data from fiber to copper, adding power and transmitting it to the security camera.
To simplify cabling, multiport PoE media converters enable chaining, with a f ber uplink port and a fiber downlink port, of
the fiber between media converters ( also known as a bus architecture ).
Alternatively, you can link multiple PoE media converters in a ring. With a fiber switch that supports Spanning Tree, the
switch reroutes the traffic in the opposite direction on the ring in the event of a link failure.
A third option is to have redundant f ber links for installations requiring fiber facility protection. There is an active f ber port
and a protection fiber port that can support a f ber failure switchover of less than 50 milliseconds. The PoE+ media
converter supplies power to the camera, and has power protection from an Uninterrupt ble Power Supply (UPS) battery
back-up. In the event of a fiber cut and a loss of power, the camera continues to send data on the protection link.
Gigabit Fiber to Wireless Access Points
Connect 10/100/1000 Wireless Access Points to Gigabit Backbone
Extend the reach to wireless access points ( AP ) using fiber media converters. When a company deploys a wireless
network in their office or large warehouse, APs need to be set up throughout the facility to ensure complete coverage for
reliability. The network manager will likely need to extend further than the 100 meters allowed by copper cable to reach
many of the APs.
For APs that are in the ceiling or other inaccess ble areas, PoE media converters can also provide standard PoE power
including pre-standard power for those access points that were deployed prior to ratification IEEE 802.3af . For wireless
access points as those containing dual radios requiring more than 15.4 watts of power, PoE+ models delivering up to 30
watts are also available.
F ber is run from an existing data closet to an area with access to power. A PoE Media Converter can be powered by
either 48vDC or standard 100 to 240 AC power. The media converter is attached to the power supply and the f ber cable. Copper (UTP or STP cable) Ethernet can be extended another 100 meters to the Wireless Access Point. The PoE Media
Converter is converting the data from fiber to copper, adding power and transmitting it to the AP.
To simplify cabling, multiport PoE media converters enable chaining, with a f ber uplink port and a fiber downlink port, of
the fiber between media converters ( also known as a bus architecture ).
Alternatively, you can link multiple PoE media converters in a ring. With a fiber switch that supports Spanning Tree, the
switch reroutes the traffic in the opposite direction on the ring in the event of a link failure.
A third option is to have redundant f ber links for installations requiring fiber facility protection. There is an active f ber port
and a protection fiber port that can support a f ber failure switchover of less than 50 milliseconds. The PoE+ media
converter supplies power to the camera, and has power protection from an Uninterrupt ble Power Supply (UPS) battery
back-up. In the event of a fiber cut and a loss of power, the camera continues to send data on the protection link.
Gigabit Fiber to the Desktop / VoIP ( Voice over IP ) Phones
Connect 10/100/1000 workstations and VoIP Phones to a Gigabit Backbone
Extend the reach to your workstation and VoIP phones using fiber media converters. PoE media converters can also
provide standard PoE power including pre-standard power for those VoIP phones that were deployed prior to ratification of
the IEEE 802.3af standard.
For VoIP phones such as those containing dual radios requiring more than 15.4 watts of power, PoE+ models delivering
up to 30 watts are also available.
F ber is run from an existing data closet to an area with access to power. A PoE Media Converter can be powered by
either 48vDC or standard 100 to 240 AC power. The media converter is attached to the power supply and the f ber cable. Copper (UTP or STP cable) Ethernet can be extended another 100 meters to the VoIP phone. The PoE Media Converter
is converting the data from fiber to copper, adding power and transmitting it to the VoIP phone.
Redundant Dual-Fiber Uplink
Assured Fiber Uplink Connectivity for your critical equipment
When extending the reach of your critical Ethernet equipment using fiber media converters, a dual f ber port media
converter with Fiber Redundancy capability provides a fast switch-over of link traffic from one f ber connection to the other converters.
Two modes of operation are poss ble.;
1. Redundant Fiber : When the primary link fails, the media converter redirects traffic to the other fiber port wi hin 50ms.
2. Redundant Primary : When the primary link fails, the media converter redirects traffic to the secondary fiber port within 50ms.
Upon restoration of the primary fiber link, traffic is automatically redirected back to the primary fiber.
Single Mode / Single Fiber
Connect copper ports over a single fiber strand ( also referred to as “Bi-Directional” BiDi )
When Single Strand f ber is used, a pair of Single Fiber Media Converters is needed for the copper to fiber conversion.
Perle Single F ber Media Converters are also referred to as “Up/Down” models. For example the S-1110P-S1SC10U
(“Up”) and S-1110P-S1SC10D (“Down”), shown below, must be used in pairs. An “Up” must be matched with a “Down”
peer to deal with transmit and receive frequencies separately.
S-1110-S1SC10U
S-1110-S1SC10D
The majority of installations for single mode fiber media converters are of the “dual connector” or “dual f ber” type where
one fiber connection is used for transmit, the other for receive. These are physically “crossed” to match up the
Transmit/Receive links.
However, to reduce costs, or where there are limits on available fiber, WDM technology may be utilized. WDM uses
separate transmit and receive frequencies to communicate on a single fiber strand. WDM technology relies on the fact that
optical fibers can carry many wavelengths of light simultaneously without interaction between each wavelength. Thus, a
single fiber can carry many separate wavelength signals or channels simultaneously.
So remember, if Single Strand f ber is used, you will need an “Up” Media Converter on one side and a “Down” Media
Converter on the other for copper to f ber conversion.
Gigabit PoE Media Converter | PoE Model Numbers | Perle
Select a Model to obtain a Part Number - 10/100/1000 PoE
Transmit
(dBm)
Receive
(dBm)
#
PoE
ports
Fiber Port
Connector
Min
Max
Min
Max
S-1110PSFP
1
1 x SFP / LC
1000Base-X
/100Base-X
-
-
-
S-1110PDSFP
1
2 x SFP / LC
1000Base-X
/100Base-X
-
-
-
S-1110PM2SC05
1
Dual SC
1000BaseSX
-9.5
-4 0
Model
S-1110PM2ST05
S-1110PM2SC2
S-1110PM2ST2
S-1110PS2SC10
S-1110PS2ST10
1
1
1
1
1
Dual ST
Dual SC
Dual ST
Dual SC
Dual ST
Type
1000BaseSX
1000Base-LX
1000Base-LX
1000BaseLX/LH
1000BaseLX/LH
-9.5
-6.0
-6.0
-9.5
-9.5
-4 0
00
00
-3 0
-3 0
-17
-17
00
00
-20
-20
Power
Budget
(dBm)
Wavelength
(nm)
Fiber
Type
-
-
-
-
-
-
-3.0
-3.0
-17 0
-17 0
-3.0
-3.0
75
75
60
60
10.5
10.5
850
850
1310
1310
1310
1310
Core
Size
(um)
Modal
Bandwidth
(MHz*Km)
Operating
Distance
MMF
/SMF
-
-
-
MMF
/SMF
-
-
-
62 5
160
220 m
(722 ft)
62 5
200
275 m
(902 ft)
50
400
500 m
(1,640 ft)
50
500
550 m
(1,804 ft)
50
2000
1000 m
(3281 ft)
62 5
160
220 m
(722 ft)
62 5
200
275 m
(902 ft)
50
400
500 m
(1,640 ft)
50
500
550 m
(1,804 ft)
50
2000
1000 m
(3281 ft)
62 5
160
2 km
(1.2 mi)
50
500
1000m
(3280 ft)
62 5
160
2 km
(1.2 mi)
50
500
1000m
(3280 ft)
62 5
500
550 m
(1,804 ft)
50
400
550 m
(1,804 ft)
50
400
550 m
(1,804 ft)
SMF
**
-
10 km
(6.2 mi)
MMF*
62 5
500
550 m
(1,804 ft)
50
400
550 m
(1,804 ft)
50
400
550 m
(1,804 ft)
SMF
**
-
10 km
(6.2 mi)
MMF
MMF
MMF
MMF
MMF*
S-1110PS2SC40
1
Dual SC
1000BaseEX
-2.0
20
-23
-3.0
21
1310
SMF
**
-
40 km
(25 mi)
S-1110PS2ST40
1
Dual ST
1000BaseEX
-2.0
20
-23
-3.0
21
1310
SMF
**
-
40 km
(25 mi)
S-1110PS2SC70
1
Dual SC
1000Base-ZX
-2.0
50
-23
-3.0
21
1550
SMF
-
-
70 km
(43 mi)
S-1110PS2ST70
1
Dual ST
1000Base-ZX
-2.0
50
-23
-3.0
21
1550
SMF
-
-
70 km
(43 mi)
S-1110PS2SC120
1
Dual SC
1000Base-ZX
0.0
50
32.0
-9.0
32
1550
SMF
-
-
120 km
(75 mi)
S-1110PS2ST120
1
Dual ST
1000Base-ZX
0.0
50
32.0
-9.0
32
1550
SMF
-
-
120 km
(75 mi)
S-1110PS2SC160
1
Dual SC
1000Base-ZX
2.0
50
32.0
-9.0
34
1550
SMF
-
-
160 km
(100 mi)
S-1110PS2ST160
1
Dual ST
1000Base-ZX
2.0
50
32.0
-9.0
34
1550
SMF
-
-
160 km
(100 mi)
S-1110DPSFP
2
1 x SFP / LC
1000Base-X
/100Base-X
-
-
-
-
-
-
MMF
/SMF
-
-
-
S-1110DPDSFP
2
2 x SFP / LC
1000Base-X
/100Base-X
-
-
-
-
-
-
MMF
/SMF
-
-
-
S-1110DPM2SC05
S-1110DPM2ST05
S-1110DPM2SC2
S-1110DPM2ST2
S-1110DPS2SC10
S-1110DPS2ST10
2
Dual SC
2
Dual ST
1
Dual SC
1
Dual ST
2
Dual SC
2
Dual ST
1000BaseSX
1000BaseSX
1000Base-LX
1000Base-LX
1000BaseLX/LH
1000BaseLX/LH
-9.5
-9.5
-6.0
-6.0
-9.5
-9.5
-4.0
-4 0
00
00
-3 0
-3 0
-17
-17
00
00
-20
-20
-3.0
-3.0
-17 0
-17 0
-3.0
-3.0
7.5
75
60
60
10.5
10.5
850
850
1310
1310
1310
1310
MMF
62.5
160
220 m
(722 ft)
62 5
200
275 m
(902 ft)
50
400
500 m
(1,640 ft)
50
500
550 m
(1,804 ft)
50
2000
1000 m
(3281 ft)
62 5
160
220 m
(722 ft)
62 5
200
275 m
(902 ft)
50
400
500 m
(1,640 ft)
50
500
550 m
(1,804 ft)
50
2000
1000 m
(3281 ft)
62 5
160
2 km
(1.2 mi)
50
500
1000m
(3280 ft)
62 5
160
2 km
(1.2 mi)
50
500
1000m
(3280 ft)
62 5
500
550 m
(1,804 ft)
50
400
550 m
(1,804 ft)
50
400
550 m
(1,804 ft)
SMF
**
-
10 km
(6.2 mi)
MMF*
62 5
500
550 m
(1,804 ft)
50
400
550 m
(1,804 ft)
50
400
550 m
(1,804 ft)
SMF
**
-
10 km
(6.2 mi)
MMF
MMF
MMF
MMF*
S-1110DPS2SC40
2
Dual SC
1000BaseEX
-2.0
20
-23
-3.0
21
1310
SMF
**
-
40 km
(25 mi)
S-1110DPS2ST40
2
Dual ST
1000BaseEX
-2.0
20
-23
-3.0
21
1310
SMF
**
-
40 km
(25 mi)
S-1110DPS2SC70
2
Dual SC
1000Base-ZX
-2.0
50
-23
-3.0
21
1550
SMF
-
-
70 km
(43 mi)
S-1110DPS2ST70
2
Dual ST
1000Base-ZX
-2.0
50
-23
-3.0
21
1550
SMF
-
-
70 km
(43 mi)
S-1110DPS2SC120
2
Dual SC
1000Base-ZX
0.0
50
-32
-9.0
32
1550
SMF
-
-
120 km
(75 mi)
S-1110DPS2ST120
2
Dual ST
1000Base-ZX
0.0
50
-32
-9.0
32
1550
SMF
-
-
120 km
(75 mi)
S-1110DPS2SC160
2
Dual SC
1000Base-ZX
2.0
50
-32
-9.0
34
1550
SMF
-
-
160 km
(100 mi)
S-1110DPS2ST160
2
Dual ST
1000Base-ZX
2.0
50
-32
-9.0
34
1550
SMF
-
-
160 km
(100 mi)
Single Fiber Models ( Recommended use in pairs )
Model
#
PoE
ports
Connector
Type
Transmit
(dBm)
Receive
(dBm)
Power
Budget
(dBm)
Wavelength
(nm)
Fiber
Type
Core
Size
(um)
Modal
Bandwidth
(MHz* Km)
Operating
Distance
Min
Max
Min
Max
S-1110PS1SC10U
1
Single SC
1000BaseBX-U
-9.0
-3 0
-20
-3 0
11
1310 / 1490
SMF
**
-
10 km
(6 2 mi)
S-1110PS1SC10D
1
Single SC
1000BaseBX-D
-9.0
-3 0
-20
-3 0
11
1490 / 1310
SMF
**
-
10 km
(6 2 mi)
S-1110PS1SC20U
1
Single SC
1000BaseBX-U
-8.0
-3 0
-22
-3 0
14
1310 / 1490
SMF
**
-
20 km
(12.4 mi)
S-1110PS1SC20D
1
Single SC
1000BaseBX-D
-8.0
-3 0
-22
-3 0
14
1490 / 1310
SMF
**
-
20 km
(12.4 mi)
S-1110PS1SC40U
1
Single SC
1000BaseBX-U
-3.0
2.0
-23
-3 0
20
1310 / 1490
SMF
**
-
40 km
(25 mi)
S-1110PS1SC40D
1
Single SC
1000BaseBX-D
-3.0
2.0
-23
-3 0
20
1490 / 1310
SMF
**
-
40 km
(25 mi)
S-1110PS1SC80U
1
Single SC
1000BaseBX-U
-2.0
3.0
-26
-3 0
24
1510 / 1590
SMF
-
-
80 km
(50 mi)
S-1110PS1SC80D
1
Single SC
1000BaseBX-D
-2.0
3.0
-26
-3 0
24
1590 / 1510
SMF
-
-
80 km
(50 mi)
S-1110PS1SC120U
1
Single SC
1000BaseBX-U
-3.0
2.0
-34
-9 0
31
1510 / 1590
SMF
-
-
120 km
(75 mi)
S-1110PS1SC120D
1
Single SC
1000BaseBX-D
-3.0
2.0
-34
-9 0
31
1590 / 1510
SMF
-
-
120 km
(75 mi)
S-1110DPS1SC10U
2
Single SC
1000BaseBX-U
-9.0
-3 0
-20
-3 0
11
1310 / 1490
SMF
**
-
10 km
(6 2 mi)
S-1110DPS1SC10D
2
Single SC
1000BaseBX-D
-9.0
-3 0
-20
-3 0
11
1490 / 1310
SMF
**
-
10 km
(6 2 mi)
S-1110DPS1SC20U
2
Single SC
1000BaseBX-U
-8.0
-3 0
-22
-3 0
14
1310 / 1490
SMF
**
-
20 km
(12.4 mi)
S-1110DPS1SC20D
2
Single SC
1000BaseBX-D
-8.0
-3 0
-22
-3 0
14
1490 / 1310
SMF
**
-
20 km
(12.4 mi)
S-1110DPS1SC40U
2
Single SC
1000BaseBX-U
-3.0
2.0
-23
-3 0
20
1310 / 1490
SMF
**
-
40 km
(25 mi)
S-1110DPS1SC40D
2
Single SC
1000BaseBX-D
-3.0
2.0
-23
-3 0
20
1490 / 1310
SMF
**
-
40 km
(25 mi)
S-1110DPS1SC80U
2
Single SC
1000BaseBX-U
-2.0
3.0
-26
-3 0
24
1510 / 1590
SMF
-
-
80 km
(50 mi)
S-1110DPS1SC80D
2
Single SC
1000BaseBX-D
-2.0
3.0
-26
-3 0
24
1590 / 1510
SMF
-
-
80 km
(50 mi)
S-1110DPS1SC120U
2
Single SC
1000BaseBX-U
-3.0
2.0
-34
-9 0
31
1510 / 1590
SMF
-
-
120 km
(75 mi)
S-1110DPS1SC120D
2
Single SC
1000BaseBX-D
-3.0
2.0
-34
-9 0
31
1590 / 1510
SMF
-
-
120 km
(75 mi)
The minimum fiber cable distance for all converters listed is 2 meters.
*A mode-conditioning adapter as specified by the IEEE standard, is required regardless of the span length. Note how the
mode conditioning adapter for 62.5-um fibers has a different specification from the mode-conditioning adapter for 50-um
f bers.
**ITU-T G.652 SMF as specified by the IEEE 802.3z standard.
Media Converter Accessories
4 DIN Rail Mount Bkt
D N Rail Mounting Kit
MCA1000-50SC
Mode Conditioning Adapter - Gigabit. IEEE 802.3z-compliant, consisting of a single-mode fiber permanently
coupled off-center to a 50-micron multimode optical fiber with duplex SC connectors at both ends.
MCA1000-62SC
Mode Conditioning Adapter - Gigabit. IEEE 802.3z-compliant, consisting of a single-mode fiber permanently
coupled off-center to a 62 5-micron multimode optical fiber with duplex SC connectors at both ends.
MCSM
Standalone media converter wall mount bracket
Gigabit PoE+ Media Converter | PoE+ Model Numbers | Perle
Select a Model to obtain a Part Number - 10/100/1000 PoE+
Transmit
(dBm)
Receive
(dBm)
#
PoE
ports
Fiber Port
Connector
Min
Max
Min
Max
S-1110PPSFP
1
1 x SFP/LC
1000Base-X
/100Base-X
-
-
-
S-1110PPDSFP
1
2 x SFP/LC
1000Base-X
/100Base-X
-
-
-
S-1110PPM2SC05
1
Dual SC
1000BaseSX
-9 5
-4.0
Model
S-1110PPM2ST05
S-1110PPM2SC2
S-1110PPM2ST2
S-1110PPS2SC10
S-1110PPS2ST10
1
1
1
1
1
Dual ST
Dual SC
Dual ST
Dual SC
Dual ST
Type
1000BaseSX
1000BaseLX
1000BaseLX
1000BaseLX/LH
1000BaseLX/LH
-9 5
-6 0
-6 0
-9 5
-9 5
-4.0
0.0
0.0
-3.0
-3.0
-17
-17
0.0
0.0
-20
-20
Power
Budget
(dBm)
Wavelength
(nm)
Fiber
Type
-
-
-
-
-
-
-3.0
-3.0
-17.0
-17.0
-3.0
-3.0
75
75
60
60
10 5
10 5
850
850
1310
1310
1310
1310
Core
Size
(um)
Modal
Bandwidth
(MHz*Km)
Operating
Distance
MMF
/SMF
-
-
-
MMF
/SMF
-
-
-
MMF
62.5
160
220 m
(722 ft)
62.5
200
275 m
(902 ft)
50
400
500 m
(1,640 ft)
50
500
550 m
(1,804 ft)
50
2000
1000 m
(3281 ft)
62.5
160
220 m
(722 ft)
62.5
200
275 m
(902 ft)
50
400
500 m
(1,640 ft)
50
500
550 m
(1,804 ft)
50
2000
1000 m
(3281 ft)
62.5
160
2 km
(1 2 mi)
50
500
1000m
(3280 ft)
62.5
160
2 km
(1 2 mi)
50
500
1000m
(3280 ft)
62.5
500
1000 m
(3281 ft)
50
400
550 m
(1,804 ft)
50
400
550 m
(1,804 ft)
SMF
**
-
10 km
(6 2 mi)
MMF*
62.5
500
550 m
(1,804 ft)
50
400
550 m
(1,804 ft)
50
400
550 m
(1,804 ft)
SMF
**
-
10 km
(6 2 mi)
MMF
MMF
MMF
MMF*
S-1110PPS2SC40
1
Dual SC
1000BaseEX
-2 0
2.0
-23
-3.0
21
1310
SMF
**
-
40 km
(25 mi)
S-1110PPS2ST40
1
Dual ST
1000BaseEX
-2 0
2.0
-23
-3.0
21
1310
SMF
**
-
40 km
(25 mi)
S-1110PPS2SC70
1
Dual SC
1000BaseZX
-2 0
5.0
-23
-3.0
21
1550
SMF
-
-
70 km
(43 mi)
S-1110PPS2ST70
1
Dual ST
1000BaseZX
-2 0
5.0
-23
-3.0
21
1550
SMF
-
-
70 km
(43 mi)
S-1110PPS2SC120
1
Dual SC
1000BaseZX
00
5.0
-32.0
-9.0
32
1550
SMF
-
-
120 km
(75 mi)
S-1110PPS2ST120
1
Dual ST
1000BaseZX
00
5.0
-32.0
-9.0
32
1550
SMF
-
-
120 km
(75 mi)
S-1110PPS2SC160
1
Dual SC
1000BaseZX
20
5.0
-32.0
-9.0
34
1550
SMF
-
-
160 km
(100 mi)
S-1110PPS2ST160
1
Dual ST
1000BaseZX
20
5.0
-32.0
-9.0
34
1550
SMF
-
-
160 km
(100 mi)
S-1110DPPSFP
2
1 x SFP/LC
1000Base-X
/100Base-X
-
-
-
-
-
-
MMF
/SMF
-
-
-
S-1110DPPDSFP
2
2 x SFP/LC
1000Base-X
/100Base-X
-
-
-
-
-
-
MMF
/SMF
-
-
-
S-1110DPP-
2
Dual SC
1000Base-
-9 5
-4.0
-17
-3.0
75
850
MMF
62.5
160
220 m
M2SC05
S-1110DPPM2ST05
S-1110DPPM2SC2
S-1110DPPM2ST2
S-1110DPPS2SC10
S-1110DPPS2ST10
SX
2
Dual ST
2
Dual SC
2
Dual ST
2
Dual SC
2
Dual ST
(722 ft)
1000BaseSX
1000BaseLX
1000BaseLX
1000BaseLX/LH
1000BaseLX/LH
-9 5
-6 0
-6 0
-9 5
-9 5
-4.0
0.0
0.0
-3.0
-3.0
-17
0.0
0.0
-20
-20
-3.0
75
-17.0
-17.0
-3.0
850
60
1310
10 5
-3.0
10 5
200
275 m
(902 ft)
50
400
500 m
(1,640 ft)
50
500
550 m
(1,804 ft)
50
2000
1000 m
(3281 ft)
62.5
160
220 m
(722 ft)
62.5
200
275 m
(902 ft)
50
400
500 m
(1,640 ft)
50
500
550 m
(1,804 ft)
50
2000
1000 m
(3281 ft)
62.5
160
2 km
(1 2 mi)
50
500
1000m
(3280 ft)
62.5
160
2 km
(1 2 mi)
50
500
1000m
(3280 ft)
62.5
500
550 m
(1,804 ft)
50
400
550 m
(1,804 ft)
50
400
550 m
(1,804 ft)
SMF
**
-
10 km
(6 2 mi)
MMF*
62.5
500
550 m
(1,804 ft)
50
400
550 m
(1,804 ft)
50
400
550 m
(1,804 ft)
SMF
**
-
10 km
(6 2 mi)
MMF
1310
60
62.5
1310
1310
MMF
MMF
MMF*
S-1110DPPS2SC40
2
Dual SC
1000BaseEX
-2 0
2.0
-23
-3.0
21
1310
SMF
**
-
40 km
(25 mi)
S-1110DPPS2ST40
2
Dual ST
1000BaseEX
-2 0
2.0
-23
-3.0
21
1310
SMF
**
-
40 km
(25 mi)
S-1110DPPS2SC70
2
Dual SC
1000BaseZX
-2 0
5.0
-23
-3.0
21
1550
SMF
-
-
70 km
(43 mi)
S-1110DPPS2ST70
2
Dual ST
1000BaseZX
-2 0
5.0
-23
-3.0
21
1550
SMF
-
-
70 km
(43 mi)
S-1110DPPS2SC120
2
Dual SC
1000BaseZX
00
5.0
-32
-9.0
32
1550
SMF
-
-
120 km
(75 mi)
S-1110DPPS2ST120
2
Dual ST
1000BaseZX
00
5.0
-32
-9.0
32
1550
SMF
-
-
120 km
(75 mi)
S-1110DPPS2SC160
2
Dual SC
1000BaseZX
20
5.0
-32
-9.0
34
1550
SMF
-
-
160 km
(100 mi)
S-1110DPPS2ST160
2
Dual ST
1000BaseZX
20
5.0
-32
-9.0
34
1550
SMF
-
-
160 km
(100 mi)
Single Fiber Models ( Recommended use in pairs )
Model
# PoE
ports
Connector
Type
Transmit
(dBm)
Receive
(dBm)
Min
Max
Power
Budget
(dBm)
Wavelength
(nm)
Fiber
Type
Core
Size
(um)
Modal
Bandwidth
(MHz* Km)
Operating
Distance
Min
Max
S-1110PPS1SC10U
1
Single SC
1000BaseBX-U
-9.0
-3 0
-20
-3 0
11
1310 / 1490
SMF
**
-
10 km
(6.2 mi)
S-1110PPS1SC10D
1
Single SC
1000BaseBX-D
-9.0
-3 0
-20
-3 0
11
1490 / 1310
SMF
**
-
10 km
(6.2 mi)
S-1110PPS1SC20U
1
Single SC
1000BaseBX-U
-8.0
-3 0
-22
-3 0
14
1310 / 1490
SMF
**
-
20 km
(12.4 mi)
S-1110PPS1SC20D
1
Single SC
1000BaseBX-D
-8.0
-3 0
-22
-3 0
14
1490 / 1310
SMF
**
-
20 km
(12.4 mi)
S-1110PPS1SC40U
1
Single SC
1000BaseBX-U
-3.0
2.0
-23
-3 0
20
1310 / 1490
SMF
**
-
40 km
(25 mi)
S-1110PPS1SC40D
1
Single SC
1000BaseBX-D
-3.0
2.0
-23
-3 0
20
1490 / 1310
SMF
**
-
40 km
(25 mi)
S-1110PPS1SC80U
1
Single SC
1000BaseBX-U
-2.0
3.0
-26
-3 0
24
1510 / 1590
SMF
-
-
80 km
(50 mi)
S-1110PPS1SC80D
1
Single SC
1000BaseBX-D
-2.0
3.0
-26
-3 0
24
1590 / 1510
SMF
-
-
80 km
(50 mi)
S-1110PPS1SC120U
1
Single SC
1000BaseBX-U
-3.0
2.0
-34
-9 0
31
1510 / 1590
SMF
-
-
120 km
(75 mi)
S-1110PPS1SC120D
1
Single SC
1000BaseBX-D
-3.0
2.0
-34
-9 0
31
1590 / 1510
SMF
-
-
120 km
(75 mi)
S-1110DPPS1SC10U
2
Single SC
1000BaseBX-U
-9.0
-3 0
-20
-3 0
11
1310 / 1490
SMF
**
-
10 km
(6.2 mi)
S-1110DPPS1SC10D
2
Single SC
1000BaseBX-D
-9.0
-3 0
-20
-3 0
11
1490 / 1310
SMF
**
-
10 km
(6.2 mi)
S-1110DPPS1SC20U
2
Single SC
1000BaseBX-U
-8.0
-3 0
-22
-3 0
14
1310 / 1490
SMF
**
-
20 km
(12.4 mi)
S-1110DPPS1SC20D
2
Single SC
1000BaseBX-D
-8.0
-3 0
-22
-3 0
14
1490 / 1310
SMF
**
-
20 km
(12.4 mi)
S-1110DPPS1SC40U
2
Single SC
1000BaseBX-U
-3.0
2.0
-23
-3 0
20
1310 / 1490
SMF
**
-
40 km
(25 mi)
S-1110DPPS1SC40D
2
Single SC
1000BaseBX-D
-3.0
2.0
-23
-3 0
20
1490 / 1310
SMF
**
-
40 km
(25 mi)
S-1110DPPS1SC80U
2
Single SC
1000BaseBX-U
-2.0
3.0
-26
-3 0
24
1510 / 1590
SMF
-
-
80 km
(50 mi)
S-1110DPPS1SC80D
2
Single SC
1000BaseBX-D
-2.0
3.0
-26
-3 0
24
1590 / 1510
SMF
-
-
80 km
(50 mi)
S-1110DPPS1SC120U
2
Single SC
1000BaseBX-U
-3.0
2.0
-34
-9 0
31
1510 / 1590
SMF
-
-
120 km
(75 mi)
S-1110DPPS1SC120D
2
Single SC
1000BaseBX-D
-3.0
2.0
-34
-9 0
31
1590 / 1510
SMF
-
-
120 km
(75 mi)
The minimum fiber cable distance for all converters listed is 2 meters.
*A mode-conditioning adapter as specified by the IEEE standard, is required regardless of the span length. Note how the
mode conditioning adapter for 62.5-um fibers has a different specification from the mode-conditioning adapter for 50-um
f bers.
**ITU-T G.652 SMF as specified by the IEEE 802.3z standard.
Media Converter Accessories
4 DIN Rail Mount Bkt
D N Rail Mounting Kit
MCA1000-50SC
Mode Conditioning Adapter - Gigabit. IEEE 802.3z-compliant, consisting of a single-mode fiber permanently
coupled off-center to a 50-micron multimode optical fiber with duplex SC connectors at both ends.
MCA1000-62SC
Mode Conditioning Adapter - Gigabit. IEEE 802.3z-compliant, consisting of a single-mode fiber permanently
coupled off-center to a 62 5-micron multimode optical fiber with duplex SC connectors at both ends.
MCSM
Standalone media converter wall mount bracket

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