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ComNet CNMCSFP Electrical-to-Optical Media Converter
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The new CNMCSFP adds to ComNet's line of fiber optic video and data transmission solutions.
November 05, 2012 | by CI Staff

Digital technologies are pushing the world in new ways. Now, because of the rapid acceptance of IT-based technologies in traditional A/V markets, electronics professionals are forced to keep pace with an ever-evolving market.

The Skinny: The Danbury, Conn.-based manufacturer ComNet‘s latest product release, the CNMCSFP variable rate electrical-to-optical media converter, provides electronics professionals with an easy-to-implement solution that offers a measure of future-proof security.

The Specs: The company says the made-in-the-U.S.A. product allows users to select between 10/100 Mbps and 1,000 Mbps transmission rates to help ensure future upgrades meet gigabit data requirements. ComNet explains the device also uses small form factor (SFP) devices to provide users the flexibility to choose fiber type, connector type and distance.

Solutions: ComNet says the CNMCSFP serves the security and intelligent transportation system markets.

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