A/B switch

Allow one workstation or device to access two separate fiber optics networks with the QuickSwitch Model 6273 from Electro Standards Laboratories. The ST Duplex, A/B switch supports fiber optic wavelengths of 850 nm and gigabyte data rate. The switch uses mirror technology and is accessible remotely by using DB9 RS232 serial port.

11/01/2008


Allow one workstation or device to access two separate fiber optics networks with the QuickSwitch Model 6273 from Electro Standards Laboratories. The ST Duplex, A/B switch supports fiber optic wavelengths of 850 nm and gigabyte data rate. The switch uses mirror technology and is accessible remotely by using DB9 RS232 serial port. Users can either remotely monitor status and control switch functions or use the front panel pushbutton control.

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