Media converter - PSI-MOS-PROFIB/FO 850 T-SO 2708614

FO converter with integrated optical diagnostics, coated PCB, alarm contact, for PROFIBUS up to 12 Mbps, T-coupler with two FO interfaces (BFOC), 850 nm, for PCF or fiberglass cable (multimode)

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The PSI-MOS-PROFIB/FO... devices convert copper-based PROFIBUS interfaces to fiber optics. The integrated optical diagnostics allow permanent monitoring of the FO paths during installation and also during operation. The floating switch contact is activated when the signal output on the fiber optic paths drops to a critical level. The PSI-MOS-PROFIB/FO... T T-couplers allow the interface to be converted for two FO cables. They can be used to create linear structures and ring structures for increased system availability.

Order Key 2708614
Packing unit 1 pc
GTIN 4017918974176
Weight per Piece (including packing) 270.6 GRM
Weight per Piece (excluding packing) 256.9 GRM
Custom tariff number 85176200
Country of origin DE


UL Recognized

cUL Recognized

Your advantages

Connections can be plugged in using a COMBICON screw terminal block
Can be combined with the PSI copper repeater in a modular way using DIN rail connectors
Supply voltage and data signals routed through via DIN rail connectors
Automatic data rate detection or fixed data rate setting via DIP switches
With coated PCB for increased resistance to salt-laden atmospheres
High-quality electrical isolation between all interfaces (PROFIBUS // fiber optic ports // power supply // DIN rail connector)
Redundant power supply possible by means of optional system power supply unit
Approved for use in zone 2
Shipbuilding approval in accordance with DNV GL
Integrated optical diagnostics for continuous monitoring of fiber optic paths
Intrinsically safe fiber optic interface (Ex op is) for direct connection to devices in zone 1
Floating switch contact for leading alarm generation in relation to critical fiber optic paths
Suitable for all data rates up to 12 Mbps
Bit retiming for any cascading depth