10/100 Mbs UTP-to-Fiber Bridging Media Converters
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CLE-106X –  Standalone UTP-to-Fiber Bridging Media Converters

Canary’s LAN Extender, CLE-106X, UTP-to-Fiber Bridging Media Converters are longtime standards for 10/100Mbs UTP media conversion to multi-mode or single-mode fiber. With the CLE-106X series, the transition between 10 Mbs and 100 Mbs is very straightforward. They easily make simple connections linking legacy 10 Mbs networks and newer 100 Mbs segments into a unified network.

Functioning as Collision Domain Extenders, a pair of CLE-106X units allows users of 100 Mbs networks containing older half-duplex equipment with distance limitations to extend their effective reach by segmenting the network into two separate 100 Mbs half-duplex collision domains. Better yet, the network can be segmented into half-duplex and full duplex segments with a CLE-106X bridging and buffering the data traffic between them. Each segment is free to operate within its optimal performance envelope without negatively impacting each other.


Ordering Information
Fast Ethernet
Model Numbers
Media
Types
Min.Tx
PWR
Max.Tx
PWR
Rx
Sensitivity
Min.PWR
Budget
Max.PWR
Budget
Max.Input
PWR
Connector
Type
Wavelengths
(ηm)
Transmit
Distance
CLE-1061 UTP / MM -20.0 dBm -14.0 dBm -31.0 dBm 11.0 dB 17.0 dB -8.0 dBm SC 1310 ηm 2000 m
CLE-1062  UTP / MM -20.0 dBm -14.0 dBm -31.0 dBm 11.0 dB 17.0 dB -8.0 dBm ST 1310 ηm 2000 m
Specifications above in blue are for multi-mode, fiber connectors. Specifications below for single-mode, fiber connectors.
CLE-1061S UTP / SM -15.0 dBm -8.0 dBm -34.0 dBm 19.0 dB 26.0 dB -7.0 dBm SC 1310 ηm 30 Km
CLE-1062S UTP / SM -15.0 dBm -8.0 dBm -34.0 dBm 19.0 dB 26.0 dB -7.0 dBm ST 1310 ηm 30 Km
CLE –106X models are available with long-reach single-mode connectors and Single-Fiber, Bi-Directional Connectors as special order. Please contact Canary for correct model numbers and additional ordering information.




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