The fiber adapter FC126 and FC1126 provide for safe and trouble-free operation in fibre-optic networks Bielefeld, the 11th of June the Bielefelder network specialist SEH brings new adapter on the market to use HP LaserJet models directly and safely in fibre-optic networks. The FC126 mounting adapter for fiber optic (100BaseFX) and FC1126 for Gigabit fiber (1000BaseFX) have been developed in close cooperation with HP for HP LaserJet enterprise model series. FC126 converts the Ethernet (100BaseTX/10BaseT) signals to (100BaseFX). fibreglass The FC1126 takes over the same task in Gigabit fiber optic networks (1000BaseT after 1000BaseFX). Users just outside attach the adapter to the HP printers.
They draw their power directly from the printer. The other wiring is not accessible from the outside, so that the fiber-optic connection eavesdropping security is guaranteed up to the printer. The adapter address so that all networks with high demands on safety, for example, authorities, banks, police, and military. FC126 and FC1126 are from the 15. June at the retailer for approximately 208 euro (FC126) or (FC1126) of approximately 268 Euro including VAT available. The model series HP LaserJet Enterprise 500 color M551, HP LaserJet Enterprise 600 M601, HP LaserJet Enterprise 600 M602 and HP LaserJet Enterprise 600 M603 is dealing with powerful workgroup printers for the professional environment. All models are equipped with current standards for secure printing, such as encrypted hard drives and safe pull printing.
Glass fibre or Gigabit fiber optic verkabelungen with FC126 and FC1126 you can make directly to the HP printers, so that they benefit from the advantages of secure data transmission in optical fiber networks. In contrast to traditional media converters is the wiring of the special adapter FC126 and FC1126 is limited to a minimum and ensures a trouble-free operation of the printer. The devices from the printer via USB interface include the electricity, a power cable is eliminated and can also not accidentally be pulled off.