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The GatorLink is our patented, fiber/copper media converter and PoE extension device.

OVERVIEW: GatorLink
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The GatorLink is part of our Media Conversion & PoE extension solution – taking PoE well beyond the current 90 meter length limitation. This easy to install and highly configurable product allows both dual (LC) and multi-fiber (MTP) input connections and standard RJ45 copper connections.

GatorLink-PoELike so many things we do at Fiber Connections, the GatorLink is always able to be customized to fit your specific needs. It will accommodate up to 6 x RJ45 ports (12 fibers) in a single unit with each port able to be configured to accommodate different network speeds and/or PoE levels. The device can be powered locally using a standard wall plug wherever power is readily available. Power can also be sourced remotely from the head end of your network using one of our pre-terminated hybrid (composite) cable assemblies that contains both fiber (data) and copper (power) all in one jacket. Having one cable for both power/data minimizes installation costs and helps avoid potentially the need to have costly additional power outlets installed near your PoE devices.

Check out our new Outdoor GatorLink for industrial or outdoor applications. No enclosure required!

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Features

  • LC and MTP fiber connections
  • RJ45 copper connections
  • Easy installation anywhere
  • PoE/PoE+/PoE++ options
  • 10/100/1000 MB/s copper speed
  • Up to 1 GB/s fiber speed
  • Powered locally or remotely
  • Up to 6 ports per device
  • Single mode & multimode configurations
  • Customizable to meet your needs

Applications

  • Security camera networks
  • Wireless Access
  • Access Controls
  • VoIP phone systems
  • Fiber to the Desk (FTTD)
  • Secure government networks

Where to use GatorLink

  • IP Security cameras in parking facilities
  • College/University campuses
  • “Big Box” stores
  • Data Centers
  • Office buildings
  • Traffic management
  • Government/Municipal buildings
  • Airports
  • Shopping malls
  • Train/bus terminals