- PORT CONNECTORS: (3) LC duplex female connectors labeled A, B, and COMMON for each of the 4 channels.
- FRONT PANEL CONTROL: (4) Manual pushbuttons allow independent channel control. One pushbutton per channel.
- DISPLAY: (8) Front panel LED's display switch position and power status.
- REMOTE: (1) RJ45 female connector on rear panel accepts 10/100 Base-T LAN access Ethernet for Remote Control operation.
- POWER: UL approved 100VAC/240VAC, 50Hz/60Hz wall mount power module supplies 12VDC, 500mA to the unit. Has 2-prong, US, non-polarized plug.
- DIMENSIONS: 19.0" W x 3.5 " H x 10.75" D. (48.3 x 8.9 x 27.4 cm)
- WEIGHT: Approximately 4.7 lbs (2.2 kg).
QUICKSWITCH® 6255 QUAD CHANNEL LC DUPLEX A/B APPLICATION w/TELNET & GUI: The drawing illustrates a COMMON device connected to the LC Duplex COMMON Port with access to two other devices connected to the LC Duplex A and B ports for each of four channels. The Remote port is an RJ45 10/100Base-T Lan Access for remote control of the unit via GUI commands for indepenent channel control and gang controls for simultaneous channel switching.
QuickSwitch® 6255 Fiber Optic Network Switch Features:
- Each of four channels allows quick connection to any one of two LC interface devices from one COMMON device.
- The switch ports are transparent to all data.
- Switch maintains position on power loss and continues to pass data.
- Switch powers up to last known position.
- All fiber signals are switched via break-before-make MEMS-based mirror/prism switch technology.
- Independent control via four front panel pushbuttons.
- Control of the switch position from a 10/100-Base-T LAN Ethernet environment. IP Addressable!
- Remote Control Telnet command interface or Graphical User Interface that allows the user to control switch position, lockout front panel operations and obtain switch status.
- Front panel LED's for display the present position for each channel as well as power status.
- All A, B, and COM ports are LC, Multimode, 62.5/125 micron, and support a wavelength of 850nm.
- The fiber ports are configured per TIA/EIA-568-B.3, where the TX of the COM port is routed to the RX of the A/B ports and vice versa.