The extensive iConverter product family also includes these Ethernet switch and converter modules:
The iConverter 4GT is a four-port 10/100/1000 Ethernet switch. It is available as a compact unmanaged standalone unit or a managed chassis plug-in module. The plug-in modules offers networking features including rate-limiting, traffic classification and prioritization, and VLAN capability.
The iConverter 4Tx VT 10/100 managed Ethernet switch module is a member of the iConverter product family. It provides a compact 4-Port 10/100 Ethernet switch that is expandable across the iConverter 19-Module, 5-Module and 2-Module chassis backplanes, as well as being supported as a stand-alone switch with the iConverter 1-Module Chassis.
The iConverter 4Tx 10/100 Ethernet Switch module is a member of the managed iConverter product family. The 4Tx provides a compact 4-Port 10/100 Ethernet switch that is expandable across the iConverter 19-Module, 5-Module and 2-Module chassis backplanes, as well as being supported as a standalone switch with the iConverter 1-Module Chassis.
iConverter 2GXT Ethernet fiber media converters are members of the modular iConverter Multi-Service Platform. The 2GXT is a dual-channel media converter and four-port switch with two 10/100/1000BASE-T RJ-45 ports and two Small Form Pluggable (SFP) ports. The dual SFP fiber ports can be configured to provide 1:1 uplink protection with less than 50ms switchover when the 2GXT is deployed as a four-port switch.
The iConverter 10T/2 is a 10BASE-T to 10BASE-2 media converter that converts between twisted pair (UTP) and coax LANs and joins their collision domains. The iConverter 10T/2 facilitates the connection of a coax segment to a 10BASE-T hub.
The iConverter Redundant Fast Ethernet modules are designed for use in networks that require fiber or copper link redundancy. With a link fault detection time of 100 microseconds, the Redundant iConverter modules provide the rapid response time required for mission-critical applications. All ports support Half or Full-Duplex operation, and the UTP ports can auto-negotiate or be manually set to a required duplex mode.