FAQs 2017-12-12T14:58:58+00:00
What is a GatorLink? 2017-11-28T14:35:09+00:00

GatorLink is a key component of our media conversion and PoE extension system. It is a compact, easy to install unit that brings media conversion and power over Ethernet to your remote devices. GatorLinks can be customized with any combination of fiber and copper ports to bring PoE and/or fiber to peripheral equipment such as VoIP phones, security cameras, wireless access points, LAN connections, access controls, etc. The patented GatorLink eliminates the clutter of numerous patch cords and ‘wall-warts’ and can be configured with up to 6 ports (12 fibers) per unit.

Can I use a GatorLink as a stand-alone media converter? 2017-11-28T14:16:16+00:00

Yes, the GatorLink can be installed anywhere fiber-copper media conversion is needed and powered locally with an AC power supply.

We can supply the point-to-point hardware with the required cabling – copper(power) and fiber(data) all in one cable.

What is the Power Patch Panel (PPP)? 2017-11-28T14:22:53+00:00

The Power Patch Panel is generally installed at the head end of your system in the telecom room. It provides the power supply to run the PoE extension system as well as the media converters required to transmit data out to your remote locations. This technology allows this data to reach previously unattainable distances. The PPP provides slots for:

The PPP is available as a 4U or 2U, 19” rack mount panel that can be configured with the power supply module and media converter modules suited for your specific application.