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An Ethernet to Fiber Media Converter can also be used where there is high level of electromagnetic interference or EMI which is a common phenomenon found in industrial plants. This interference can cause corruption of data over copper-based ethernet links. Data transmitted over fiber optic cable however is completely immune to this type of noise. An Ethernet to Fiber Optic Converter therefore enables you to inter-connect your copper-ethernet devices over fiber ensuring optimal data transmission across the plant floor.

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How to Convert Ethernet to Fiber Media Converters?



Fiber-optic cable, much like Ethernet cable, is used to transfer data from one location to another. At certain times, you may find that you need to connect two devices: One with an Ethernet port and one with a fiber-optic port. In this occasion, you can convert one signal to the other by making use of an Ethernet-to-Fiber media converter. As long as you have the correct cable, the device is easy-to-use.


Media Converter Cards

Media Converter Cards


Steps to convert Ethernet to fiber media converters:


  1. Connect one end of your Ethernet cable to the port on your Ethernet device.


  1. Connect the other end of your Ethernet cable to one of the available Ethernet ports on your Ethernet-to-Fiber media converter.


  1. Connect one end of your fiber-optic cable to the fiber-optic port on your converter.


  1. Connect the other end of the fiber-optic cable to an available port on your fiber-optic device.


  1. Turn the Ethernet-to-fiber converter on. The signal will now travel properly between the two devices.


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