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  • Unmanaged 802.3at PoE Gigabit Ethernet Switch, 8-Port User Manual
    User Manual for Unmanaged 802.3at PoE Gigabit Ethernet Switch, 8-Port (1)
 
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  • LGC5300 Series Industrial Gigabit Ethernet Media Converters, with PoE, User Manual
    User Manual for the LGC5300A, LGC5301A, LGC5302A (Version 1)
 

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  • Quick-Connect Surge Protector Spec Sheet
    Spec Sheet for SP602A (Version 1)
 

Black Box Explains…Fiber Ethernet adapters vs. media converters.

When running fiber to the desktop, you have two choices for making the connection from the fiber to a PC: a fiber Ethernet adapter or a media converter like our... more/see it nowMicro Mini Media Converter.

Fiber Ethernet adapters:

  • Less expensive.
  • Create no desktop clutter, but the PC must be opened.
  • Powered from the PC—require no separate power provision.
  • Require an open PCI or PCI-E slot in the PC.
  • Can create driver issues that must be resolved.
  • May be required in high-security installations that require a 100% fiber link to the desktop.

  • Media converters:
  • More expensive.
  • No need to open the PC but can create a cluttered look.
  • Powered from an AC outlet or a PC’s USB port.
  • Don’t require an open slot in the PC.
  • Plug-and-play installation—totally transparent to data, so there are no driver problems; install in seconds.
  • The short copper link from media converter to PC may be a security vulnerability.
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    • Compact Media Converter, 10BASE-T/10BASE2 Manual
      Manual for LMC009A-R5 (Version 1)
     
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    • 802.3af 10/100/1000 PoE Injector User Manual
      User Manual for the LPG000A-F-R2 (Version 4)
     

    Product Data Sheets (pdf)...Pure Networking™ Media Converters

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    • 802.3af PoE Gigabit Injector, 1-Port User Manual
      User Manual for 802.3af PoE Gigabit Injector, 1-Port (2)
     

    Black Box Explains...How to maximize your wireless range.

    There are four simple rules that enable you to transmit wireless communications up to their maximum range:
    • Try to keep a direct line between the transmitter and receiver.
    • Minimize... more/see it nowthe number of walls and ceilings between the transmitter and receiver. Such obstructions reduce the range.
    • If there are obstructions, be sure the wireless signal passes through drywall or open doorways and not other materials.
    • Keep the transmitter and receiver at least 3 to 6 feet (0.9 to 1.8 m) away from electrical devices or appliances, especially those that generate extreme RF noise. collapse

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